Portable Power Station Employs Clean Energy To Power Portable Tools

by Mat Dirjish

Litheli, specialists in the design and manufacture of battery-powered tools and portable power stations, introduces its Power Hub B600, a 594-Wh portable power station that employs interchangeable, modularized clean energy to charge/drive battery-powered tools. The component provides an output of 600W as a power station while also serving as a hub to house and charge modular batteries in cordless tools.

Litheli’s Ecosystem of Battery-Powered Tools

Measuring 12.32 in. x 8.03 in. x 6.65 in., Power Hub B600 weighs about 13 lbs. and uses Li-ion NMC cells. It is able to power most household appliances and perform as a backup power source during outages. With a rated output of 600W and a peak output of 1.2 kW, it reportedly meets the majority of household electricity needs.

Other features include two ac ports, two USB-A ports, one USB-C port, one car charger, two DC5521 ports, and a 15W wireless charging pad for any device that supports wireless charging. The B600 has a battery-management system that monitors working status of battery cells, be it charging or powering. This allegedly prevents overvoltage, overheating, and short circuits.

The Litheli Power Hub B600 is available now at an MSRP of $499.00. For further enlightenment, peruse the Power Hub B600 overview.

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