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[Product Review] Battery, AUDEW Portable "Generator" 220Wh/60,000mAh
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AUDEW Portable "Generator" 220Wh/60,000mAh Portable "Solar Generator" Battery, Power Supply with Silent 110V/60Hz, Max 200W AC Power Inverters, 12V/5A DC & USB Ports, Charged by DC Input via a provided 120 V AC "brick".
Purchased from that big online store "named" like a certain tribe Amazon women of comic and movie fame such as Wonder Woman.

They call this a "Solar Generator", it is not. It can be charged from some solar panels with 15 Volt output. It is a Lithium Polymer battery coupled with a Sine Wave AC Generator with 1 universal AC Plug, 2 12 volt plugs (required adapter for female cigarette plug), and 2 USB connectors.

I have a ResMed AirCurve VAuto bilevel machine that I used with Humidifier turned off and settings holding at 10 cm H2O and Pressure Support (PS) of 5

Has 5 LED lights at 20,40,60,80, and 100%.

7 hours of AC use left 2 LED lights on (40-60%) left. This means easily 1 full day of use, possibly 2 using AC.

for DC use I had previously purchased the ResMed 24v converter from Supplier#1. This kit contains a male cigarette plug for power so I purchased a 5.5mm DC plug to Female Cigarette lighter adapter from same source this device was purchased from.

Utilizing the DC Power Supply only after 1 day for 7-8 hours I had 3 LED lights lit (60-80%) after which I recharged each day (I was in a rustic campground, with AC in selected areas where I was able to recharge each day. This implies that 2 days on DC power for CPAP use should be easily possible with the possibility for a 3rd day.

I used the AC out to inflate my air mattress (hey I'm 67 and recovering from knee surgery).
Because of the combination of AC, DC, and USB power out this unit is very versatile.

Specifications:
- Color:Black
- Capacity: 60000mAh,3.7V/220Wh
- Dimentsion(LWH): 24x8.6x14cm
- Weight: about 2.5kg
- Built-in Battery: High Quality Lithium Polymer Batteries
- Input Recharging: DC15V/4.5A contains Power Charger Adapter with AC power cord
- Fully Charged Time: DC15V,7-8 hours
- Output: USB 5V-3.1A(MAX),DC9V-12.6V/5A(MAX)
- DC Wattage(MAX): 9-12.6V/5A,60(MAX)
- AC output: AC power range between AC100V ~ 240V / 50Hz ~ 60HZ
- AC Power: AC Continous Power Output:200W, Max Power Output:250W

I found the unit very effective, I would appreciate a digital output showing currant/remaining capacity.

Fred
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Thanks for the review Fred. Sounds like a decent power unit. And BTW don't feel too bad about the air mattress. I'm just 48, and IF I'd camp out, it would have to be with an air mattress or my back would be out for too long to count.
Dave

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(08-21-2017, 02:50 PM)bonjour Wrote: AUDEW Portable "Generator" 220Wh/60,000mAh Portable "Solar Generator" Battery, Power Supply with Silent 110V/60Hz, Max 200W AC Power Inverters, 12V/5A DC & USB Ports, Charged by DC Input via a provided 120 V AC "brick".
Purchased from that big online store "named" like a certain tribe Amazon women of comic and movie fame such as Wonder Woman.

They call this a "Solar Generator", it is not. It can be charged from some solar panels with 15 Volt output.  It is a Lithium Polymer battery coupled with a Sine Wave AC Generator with 1 universal AC Plug, 2 12 volt plugs (required adapter for female cigarette plug), and 2 USB connectors.

I have a ResMed AirCurve VAuto bilevel machine that I used with Humidifier turned off and settings holding at 10 cm H2O and Pressure Support (PS) of 5

Has 5 LED lights at 20,40,60,80, and 100%.

7 hours of AC use left 2 LED lights on (40-60%) left.  This means easily 1 full day of use, possibly 2 using AC.  

for DC use I had previously purchased the ResMed 24v converter from Supplier#1.  This kit contains a male cigarette plug for power so I purchased a 5.5mm DC plug to Female Cigarette lighter adapter from same source this device was purchased from.

Utilizing the DC Power Supply only after 1 day for 7-8 hours I had 3 LED lights lit (60-80%) after which I recharged each day (I was in a rustic campground, with AC in selected areas where I was able to recharge each day.  This implies that 2 days on DC power for CPAP use should be easily possible with the possibility for a 3rd day.

I used the AC out to inflate my air mattress (hey I'm 67 and recovering from knee surgery).
Because of the combination of AC, DC, and USB power out this unit is very versatile.

Specifications:
- Color:Black
- Capacity: 60000mAh,3.7V/220Wh
- Dimentsion(LWH): 24x8.6x14cm
- Weight: about 2.5kg
- Built-in Battery: High Quality Lithium Polymer Batteries
- Input Recharging: DC15V/4.5A contains Power Charger Adapter with AC power cord
- Fully Charged Time: DC15V,7-8 hours
- Output: USB 5V-3.1A(MAX),DC9V-12.6V/5A(MAX)
- DC Wattage(MAX): 9-12.6V/5A,60(MAX)
- AC output: AC power range between AC100V ~ 240V / 50Hz ~ 60HZ
- AC Power: AC Continous Power Output:200W, Max Power Output:250W

I found the unit very effective, I would appreciate a digital output showing currant/remaining capacity.

Fred

Do you use the humidifier?  It's impressive as it is, but that would make it even more and a viable device to use as an inline backup for those who fear a power outage will "suffocate" them.
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Humidifier was passive only.  If I wake up because I lost power I will have other things to check.  Then I'll grab it and use it to complete my night.
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