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I wish Jackery would do a 240v version for Australia
What’s the battery chemistry? All of the Jackery’s to date have used NMC batteries, these only yield about 500 cycles before capacity is down to 80% of original capacity. A lot of competitors (Bluetti, Ecoflow etc) are using lithium iron phosphate batteries, which give thousands of cycles before dropping to 80%. IMHO at some point as Jackery pushes their capacities higher they’re going to need to switch to LiFePO4s to stay competitive. You can get away with li-ions when you’re making smaller lighter units in the 1 – 1.5 kwh range. But if they’re going to push up to the 3 – 5 kwh range they will need to use LiFePO4 batteries or they will lose out against the competition.
Nice review… Well done 👍
I doubt that this is the best Jackery, after all they do cost a lot compared to other brands of the same capacity.
Still a pretty good review and a pretty good battery station. But also still lacking type c charging input or input/output to make it easy to charge the battery station. Also downside is that your limited on using the dongle on using there solar panels. Also nice color cords and easy to find them. But the highest battery station that is still crown as King that as higher Wh. But carrys a high cost tag and it’s Goal Zero yeti 6,000x and as type c charging input/output and as the bells and whistles for my future setup. Also with goal zero brands not really limited on using there solar panels and it comes with app control. Also almost a average home uses about 30KWh per day and too get that much it will be 6×5=30. Meaning will need 5 goal zero yeti 6,000x to get almost about 30kWh. But in reality it will be too much and won’t be realistic if solar panels are helping out now would it. Plus they are much heavy and I don’t think a average budget person would want to try to move 5 large battery stations around. But hey about 30kWhs or more from a average household if house is much bigger. Well power usage maybe much worse if not using power wisely. But hey just math, science and numbers and as not been experienced with real world testing.
Today 20. August 22, I have tested this Solarsaga200 panel with my Bluetti SP200 panel. They have booth exact the same performance. First I thought that the Solarsaga would be 10 to 20 watts better, but its the same, maybe +/- 3 watts difference. It’s like in this video where you have around 150 to 170 watts in full sun, but it can drop to 130-140 watts if they are heating up. Even partial shading is exact the same. If 25 percent is in shade, then you will lose 50 percent of performance. And if 50 percent is in shade, then you will lose everything. So this panels are not performing well in the shade. Bluetti has this PV-Panels, where you will keep lots of performance when in shade. The only good thing about this solarsage panel is that it is IP67 Waterproof and you can adjust the kickstands. But the price for 699 is too crazy.
Too bad there is a very large oversite on the 2000 pro with the MPPT falling “asleep” and needing to unplug and plug back in the panels to wake it up…
I just got the 2 panel package, do I need the adapter or can I plug each panel directly in the unit?
That’s a good point. Once the battery is Full, its Full. Who cares if it took 2 hours or 8 hours? If you need that quick of a turn around on 2160w of power, then you probably need a dedicated power source. Seriously. We are trying to slow down, right? lol. You are better off with 2x100w panels and getting more (2+) Jackery units. If you have the time, more stored power is better than more potential power. Am I off base here?