New Lithium Power Supply version II – more power coming your way

The new all-in-one 230 V and 12 V Lithium Power Supply (LPS) with a built-in 2 kWh Li-Ion Battery is now released from Clayton Power.
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Power supply with built-in 2 kWh lithium battery
Power supply with built-in 2 kWh lithium battery
ODENSE, Denmark - July 5, 2021 - PRLog -- Less is more, it is the easy way of describing the new compact 3000 W LPS with a built in 2 kWh lithium ion battery.

Twice the battery capacity
Compared to the current LPS, you get twice the battery capacity as well as a significantly higher output. At the same time, the new 3000 W LPS only weighs 30 kg! Furthermore, a new version of the 1500 W and 2500 W LPS II will also be launched.

Improved performance
The new all-in-one LPS II 3000 W with 2 kWh capacity will be able to replace a generator. The high output makes it possible to e.g., weld on site. Your power tools could be recharging simultaneously. You will be able to work anytime anywhere!

Green touch
The LPS has an integrated solar regulator. There is a trend towards having solar panels on top of the vehicle. Especially, electric vehicles can benefit from the extra capacity provided by the solar panels. As the 3000 W LPS II has 2 kWh capacity, you can switch to electric equipment instead e.g. an electric compressor. Fuel is often a significant part of the budget; the LPS II can reduce this cost.

Flexible charging
There are several options for charging the LPS II. It can be charged from the mains or solar panels. From the vehicle it is possible to charge from 12 V and 24 V.

Double up on charging power
Super charge is possible if the vehicle has a 150 A alternator. Super Charge doubles the charging power from the alternator to 90 A (approx. 1000 W). Even short drives make you fully operative and engine idling unnecessary.

Easy installation
The installation of the LPS has always been easy compared to battery systems with inverter and stand-alone batteries. We have actually managed to make it even more easy. The new design includes different types of connectors. In addition, you also get a solar regulator included in the LPS II.

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