BLUETTI B80 Expansion Battery | 806Wh
- Expansion Battery for BLUETTI AC60.
- A 806Wh Standalone Power Station.
- 3 DC Outlets: a 100W USB-C, a 18W USB-A, and a 12V/10A Cigarette Lighter Port.
- Expand AC180/EB3A/EB55/EB70S in Power Bank Mode.
- Four Ways to Recharge: AC60 charging, solar, car (cigarette lighter) and adapter.
Made to Withstand and Last
Capacity Booster for BLUETTI Power Stations
Flexible Capacity for Different Needs
A Standalone Power Source
Various Charging Methods Available
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Q: Which BLUETTI power stations can work with B80?A:
The B80 is the companion expansion battery for AC60 to increase its capacity.
Meanwhile, in Power Bank mode, the B80 can be used to charge the
EB3A/EB55/EB70/EB70S/AC180 with extra accessories.
EB3A/EB70/EB70S/AC180/: Aviation to DC7909 cable
EB55: Aviation to XT60 cable
Q: Is the B80 expansion battery waterproof?A:
No, it isn't waterproof. But it's IP65 rated to resist water splashes and dust.
Q: What does the IP65 rating mean?A:
The IP or Ingress Protection Rating measures how resistant a device is to solids and water.
The first digit of the rating indicates the level of protection of the enclosed device against the intrusion of foreign objects, such as dust, tools, or fingers. The second digit represents the protection level against moisture intrusion. And the IP65 rating means that the 吧0 is protected from total dust ingress and low-pressure water jets from any direction.
Q:How fast can I charge the B80 alone?A:
It takes up to 200W input, fully charging in 4.5-5 hours.
Q:Can I use BLUETTI D050S on the B80?A:
Q: What kind of solar panels should I choose for B80?A:
A:Please refer to the following requirements:
1. Total open circuit voltage: 12-28V
2. Max. input power: 200W
3. Equipped with MC4 connectors.
1× BLUETTI PV120: ≈ 7.2-7.7 hrs*.
1× BLUETTI PV200: ≈ 4.5-5 hrs*.
* For reference ONLY.
Q: Can I use B80 expansion battery alone?A:
Yes. It comes with a 100W USB-C, a USB-A, and a 12V car port to charge your phone, laptop, car refrigerator and more.
Can it charge and discharge at the same time ?A: