Bluetti AC180: Lot of power in a tiny cube
The Bluetti AC180 was first announced on 22 March and became available for orders on the 1st of June. We received this power station for review in late June, so we have about a week of testing behind.
Many confuse storage capacity with output power. The storage capacity of a portable power station determines how long it can power various devices before it needs to be recharged. It is measured in “Wh” and results from the built-in battery pack’s capacity (amperage) and voltage. For example, the AC180, with a capacity of 1252Wh, can theoretically provide 1252 watts of power for one hour, 626 watts for two hours, and so on. If you need a longer runtime, the AC180 is extended up to 4224Wh using BLUETTI’s B300 Expansion Battery pack.
On the other hand, output power specified in watts (W) refers to the maximum amount of electrical power it can deliver to devices connected to its outlets. The Bluetti AC180 has multiple types of power outlets, such as AC…