Memorial Day is just around the corner. On this day, we remember those who have died and honor those who survived their loss. It is also a time for each of us to reflect on the future and how to make the world a better place.
In preparation for Memorial Day, BLUETTI is launching its Veteran & Military Benefits Program. So what kind of benefits are they offering?
For starters, 10% off the EP500/EP500Pro, AC200MAX bundle, AC200P, EB70S, and EB55 for military personnel, regardless of their service status. Here’s what’s up for grabs.
EP500/EP500Pro-Home Backup Makes Perfect Sense
In 2020, Power Outage US reported 1.48million outage hours, an increase of 73% from 2019. There has been fluctuating growth every year, and it doesn’t look any better in 2022.
These EP500/EP500Pro batteries provide a 5,100Wh capacity to keep household essentials working all day long. They are designed for small electrical appliances rated no more than 2000 watts or 3000 watts.
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As soon as they are connected to the grid, they automatically detect power outages and automatically supply backup power to the entire house. In addition, the BLUETTI app allows remote control and firmware upgrades over the air.
AC200MAX+B230: All Comes From the Sun
BLUETTI’s AC200MAX supports appliances with a rated power of less than 2,200W and up to 4,800W of instant startup power. The B300 expandable solar power station is BLUETTI’s first and can be connected to two B300 batteries (3,072Wh each).
The AC200MAX uses a maximum of 900W solar input and 500W AC input. Using the solar panels and an AC adapter together, it will charge in two hours.
Install this solar system outside, or use it for your home’s backup power needs; this bundle provides you with as much electricity as possible as quickly as possible.
RV or camping enthusiasts can power their automobile electrical appliances with ease using the AC200MAX’s 30A NEMA TT-30 outlet and 12V/30A Super DC outlet. With the BLUETTI app, you can learn everything about the AC200MAX at any time from anywhere.
AC200P: Power Anything, Anywhere
The AC200P delivers a maximum of 2,000W continuous power (4,800W surge) and is equipped with a 2,000Wh or 40Ah Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery.
These batteries will retain 80% of their original capacity after 3,500 full cycles and last 6-8 times longer than the alternatives, like lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxide (NMC) and lithium nickel cobalt aluminum oxide (NCA).
Furthermore, the AC200P can draw 900W of power from solar panels and 500W from AC sources. By connecting both simultaneously, it can be charged in less than 2 hours.
The AC200P can power 17 devices simultaneously. There are a variety of output options, including 100-120V AC outlets, Type-C, USB-A, DC5521, a car socket, 12V/25A RV ports, and wireless chargers on top.
EB70S+EB55: Good Things Come in Small Packages
These two BLUETTI portable power stations are small but feature everything you need. They are almost identical, except for the difference in battery capacity and output power.
The EB70S is powered by a 716Wh LiFePO4 battery and an 800W pure sine wave inverter, while the EB55 is powered by a 537Wh battery and a 700W inverter.
The LiFePO4 battery chemistry allows the EB70S and EB55 to retain approximately 80% of their rated capacity at 2,500 discharges and charges.
Each model has 12 outlets that can charge multiple devices simultaneously. Similarly, the charging system supports dual charging, with solar input up to 200W and AC input up to 200W.
The folding handle on top of the unit makes it convenient for on-the-go use or outdoor adventures.
When and how to join Bluetti’s veterans and military benefits program
BLUETTI’s Veteran & Military Benefits Program will begin at 7:00 PM PDT on May 26 and end at the same time on May 31.
You can start the process by verifying your military or veteran status on the BLUETTI website.
BLUEETTI works with ID.me to provide secure and simple verification access to the Veteran & Military Benefits Program. Information entered will only be used to verify the applicant’s military or veteran status.
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