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Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency

Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency

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Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
Sungzu Portable Power Station 1000W, 1010Wh Portable Solar Generator Lithium Battery Backup Power Inverter with 2 110V AC Outlet, 2 DC, 4 USB for Home and Outdoor Camping Emergency
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Size: 1000W


Features

  • A perfect portable power station makes you out of power outage anxiety. Ideal power supply for home and outdoor battery backup or emergency, which works for almost all the electric device less than 1000W(the peak power 2000 watt) such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. No worry for the power outage once you get this portable power station.
  • High capacity power station1010Wh(273,000mAh/3.7V), much bigger capacity to provide more and longer power supply. Equipped with 2*AC outlets (110V 9.1A 60Hz combined ), 2* DC ports (12V/8A max combined ), 4*USB ports (5V 3A max), OLED screen with display charging/discharging and battery life status. Perfect for home and shop battery backup, outdoor activities, medical equipment, construction site etc.
  • Easy to recharge via the solar and wall socket This portable generator is equipped with a lithium battery pack. It can be recharged directly though the wall socket or a 32-45V output solar panel (Sungzu 100W super compatible, sold separately). Full charged only takes 5.5~7hrs by wall socket, takes around 8hrs by 200W and 14hrs by Sungzu 100W solar panel at normal sun illumination. Clean power, more eco-friendly than the traditional generators, Fuel-free and Gasoline-free, No smoke, No noise.
  • Safety and warranty SKA1000 is certified with CE RoHS FCC, which with perfect safety systems: short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Return within 30 days hassle-free, 18 months product warranty and lifetime customer service commitment.
  • What you get Package included 1*1000-watt portable power station, 1*adapter, 1*power cable, 1*micro USB cable, 1*cigarette lighter line, 8*fuse tubes, 1*instructions, 1*quick start guide.

Description

Size:1000W SUNGZU Potable Power Station, A Continuous Power Supply! No Power Outage Anxiety Any More! Feature: ● A perfect power source for both home battery backup and outdoor activities like camping, hunting, fishing, outdoor party and music festival etc. ● High capacity for most device with load power less than 1000W, such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. ● Clean power with no noise and pollution. Recharged via the solar and wall. Support a continuous power outdoor. ● More safe with short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Specification: Built-in power battery: 25.9V / 39Ah /1010Wh (3.7V/273,000mAh) Input voltage: 32~45V Input current: 8A max Output DC voltage: 5V USB, 12V Output current: USB 1: 5V/3A max(4 ports), 12V/8A max (2 ports) Output AC output: 110V/60Hz (pure sine wave) 2 ports Size: 408mm×164mm×273mm N.W: 25.4 pounds/11.5KG Package includes: 1SKA1000 portable power station 1 AC adapter (to charge Ska1000 via wall outlet) 1cigar lighter output cable 1Micro USB 8fuse tube 1instruction 1quick start guide Warning: 1. Do not place your finger or hand-held conductor inside the “AC outlet” to avoid electric shock. 2. Do not connect AC output of SKA1000 with its own DC input, otherwise the unit SKA1000 would be damaged. 3. Please do not store or use this unit in humidity areas to avoid short or damage the unit4. This item is built-in battery please do not squeeze or crash unit violently or it would case a fire5. Without authorization .please do not disassemble or modify the unit. 6. Please keep away from children


Product Dimensions: 16 x 6.4 x 10 inches


Item Weight: 25.4 pounds


Manufacturer: Sungzu Tech.


Item model number: SKA1000


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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Size: 1000W


Features

  • A perfect portable power station makes you out of power outage anxiety. Ideal power supply for home and outdoor battery backup or emergency, which works for almost all the electric device less than 1000W(the peak power 2000 watt) such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. No worry for the power outage once you get this portable power station.
  • High capacity power station1010Wh(273,000mAh/3.7V), much bigger capacity to provide more and longer power supply. Equipped with 2*AC outlets (110V 9.1A 60Hz combined ), 2* DC ports (12V/8A max combined ), 4*USB ports (5V 3A max), OLED screen with display charging/discharging and battery life status. Perfect for home and shop battery backup, outdoor activities, medical equipment, construction site etc.
  • Easy to recharge via the solar and wall socket This portable generator is equipped with a lithium battery pack. It can be recharged directly though the wall socket or a 32-45V output solar panel (Sungzu 100W super compatible, sold separately). Full charged only takes 5.5~7hrs by wall socket, takes around 8hrs by 200W and 14hrs by Sungzu 100W solar panel at normal sun illumination. Clean power, more eco-friendly than the traditional generators, Fuel-free and Gasoline-free, No smoke, No noise.
  • Safety and warranty SKA1000 is certified with CE RoHS FCC, which with perfect safety systems: short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Return within 30 days hassle-free, 18 months product warranty and lifetime customer service commitment.
  • What you get Package included 1*1000-watt portable power station, 1*adapter, 1*power cable, 1*micro USB cable, 1*cigarette lighter line, 8*fuse tubes, 1*instructions, 1*quick start guide.

Description

Size:1000W SUNGZU Potable Power Station, A Continuous Power Supply! No Power Outage Anxiety Any More! Feature: ● A perfect power source for both home battery backup and outdoor activities like camping, hunting, fishing, outdoor party and music festival etc. ● High capacity for most device with load power less than 1000W, such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. ● Clean power with no noise and pollution. Recharged via the solar and wall. Support a continuous power outdoor. ● More safe with short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Specification: Built-in power battery: 25.9V / 39Ah /1010Wh (3.7V/273,000mAh) Input voltage: 32~45V Input current: 8A max Output DC voltage: 5V USB, 12V Output current: USB 1: 5V/3A max(4 ports), 12V/8A max (2 ports) Output AC output: 110V/60Hz (pure sine wave) 2 ports Size: 408mm×164mm×273mm N.W: 25.4 pounds/11.5KG Package includes: 1SKA1000 portable power station 1 AC adapter (to charge Ska1000 via wall outlet) 1cigar lighter output cable 1Micro USB 8fuse tube 1instruction 1quick start guide Warning: 1. Do not place your finger or hand-held conductor inside the “AC outlet” to avoid electric shock. 2. Do not connect AC output of SKA1000 with its own DC input, otherwise the unit SKA1000 would be damaged. 3. Please do not store or use this unit in humidity areas to avoid short or damage the unit4. This item is built-in battery please do not squeeze or crash unit violently or it would case a fire5. Without authorization .please do not disassemble or modify the unit. 6. Please keep away from children


Product Dimensions: 16 x 6.4 x 10 inches


Item Weight: 25.4 pounds


Manufacturer: Sungzu Tech.


Item model number: SKA1000


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • A perfect portable power station makes you out of power outage anxiety. Ideal power supply for home and outdoor battery backup or emergency, which works for almost all the electric device less than 1000W(the peak power 2000 watt) such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. No worry for the power outage once you get this portable power station.
  • High capacity power station1010Wh(273,000mAh/3.7V), much bigger capacity to provide more and longer power supply. Equipped with 2*AC outlets (110V 9.1A 60Hz combined ), 2* DC ports (12V/8A max combined ), 4*USB ports (5V 3A max), OLED screen with display charging/discharging and battery life status. Perfect for home and shop battery backup, outdoor activities, medical equipment, construction site etc.
  • Easy to recharge via the solar and wall socket This portable generator is equipped with a lithium battery pack. It can be recharged directly though the wall socket or a 32-45V output solar panel (Sungzu 100W super compatible, sold separately). Full charged only takes 5.5~7hrs by wall socket, takes around 8hrs by 200W and 14hrs by Sungzu 100W solar panel at normal sun illumination. Clean power, more eco-friendly than the traditional generators, Fuel-free and Gasoline-free, No smoke, No noise.
  • Safety and warranty SKA1000 is certified with CE RoHS FCC, which with perfect safety systems: short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Return within 30 days hassle-free, 18 months product warranty and lifetime customer service commitment.
  • What you get Package included 1*1000-watt portable power station, 1*adapter, 1*power cable, 1*micro USB cable, 1*cigarette lighter line, 8*fuse tubes, 1*instructions, 1*quick start guide.

Description

Size:1000W SUNGZU Potable Power Station, A Continuous Power Supply! No Power Outage Anxiety Any More! Feature: ● A perfect power source for both home battery backup and outdoor activities like camping, hunting, fishing, outdoor party and music festival etc. ● High capacity for most device with load power less than 1000W, such as smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank, mini refrigerator etc. ● Clean power with no noise and pollution. Recharged via the solar and wall. Support a continuous power outdoor. ● More safe with short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection. Specification: Built-in power battery: 25.9V / 39Ah /1010Wh (3.7V/273,000mAh) Input voltage: 32~45V Input current: 8A max Output DC voltage: 5V USB, 12V Output current: USB 1: 5V/3A max(4 ports), 12V/8A max (2 ports) Output AC output: 110V/60Hz (pure sine wave) 2 ports Size: 408mm×164mm×273mm N.W: 25.4 pounds/11.5KG Package includes: 1SKA1000 portable power station 1 AC adapter (to charge Ska1000 via wall outlet) 1cigar lighter output cable 1Micro USB 8fuse tube 1instruction 1quick start guide Warning: 1. Do not place your finger or hand-held conductor inside the “AC outlet” to avoid electric shock. 2. Do not connect AC output of SKA1000 with its own DC input, otherwise the unit SKA1000 would be damaged. 3. Please do not store or use this unit in humidity areas to avoid short or damage the unit4. This item is built-in battery please do not squeeze or crash unit violently or it would case a fire5. Without authorization .please do not disassemble or modify the unit. 6. Please keep away from children


Product Dimensions: 16 x 6.4 x 10 inches


Item Weight: 25.4 pounds


Manufacturer: Sungzu Tech.


Item model number: SKA1000


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazonn Costumerr - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019
Good solar generator
Overall, this is a good solar generator. I will go over the pros and cons. Pros: Portable- This by no means is super light, but it is light enough to be portable. Other solar generators out there are super heavy. Durable- I’m not sure what material they use on the outside casing, but it is high quality. This device is built to handle the outside use (setting it down on the ground, ect). It even has rubber on the edges which doesn’t seem like a big deal at first, but it is just incase if you are caring it into your car, or something lie this, if it hits something the rubber will protect the device and car. There are covering on the outlets which is nice. Potentially a regulated DC 12v- I didn’t test this with a wattage meter, but I used a 12v electric blanket in a camping situation and even when the solar generator was at 20% the 12v electric blanket still worked and still put out plenty of heat. Again, not an actual test, but I believe their 12v input is regulated. This means, when the power gets low in the solar generator, the voltage out put doesn't get low, which will make it where a person will not be able to run 12v devices while the battery is at a low charge, if it did this, this would be unregulated. Accessible fuses- This is a BIG DEAL. If you were to blow a fuse, Sungzu allows you to replace the refuse. They even include 4 extra fuses. This is a big deal because other companies have built in fuses that are hard to get to and you may void your warranty if opening up the device. Because of this, if you blow a fuse with other companies, you’ll have to ship it back to them to get it fixed. Sungzu was brilliant in having easy access to fuses just in case a fuse blow. Super Charger- Yes, that’s right, they have included a power brick super charger. They really don’t advertise this that well but for me this was a big deal when using this device. The power prick AC to DC adapter charger is 240 watts an hour!!! And the power brick has its own COOLING FAN!!! This is genius! The power brick never got hot when in use. Sungzu is very modest when saying that it will take 5.5-7 hours to charge. It takes me under 5 hours to charge the device by wall outlet. So good job Sungzu with this! I wish other companies would follow suit, who wants a toasty power brick while charging their device? MPPT Charge controller- They truly have a MPPT charge controller built in. With two 50w panels connected in series, I was able to get 75 watts at solar noon. This is above average when compared to other companies that are well known. Some well-known companies don’t even have a MPPT charge controller, which will make for slow charge times when using solar. Cooling fan- Fan is pretty quiet. It turns on with the power brick while it is charging, it’ll turn on to manage temperature if in a hot condition. It’ll turn on if you reach a certain wattage on the DC or AC outlets. Display- They display the temperature!! Like, this is a big deal! Why don’t other companies do this?! You need to know what temperature your lithium battery is at to prevent damage. Thankfully Sungzu has built in safety features to cool down the battery if in hot conditions with their cooling fan. I’m not sure if they have cold protection which will shut down the unit of the battery gets too cold. Lithium batteries must operate in a certain temperature setting or it could be damaged. Having the displayed temperature of the battery something that all solar generator companies should be doing. Sungzu sets the bar high. Amazing customer service- This is not joke. Sungzu will answer same day when sending them a email. They were very good at communicating and answering any questions. Honestly, there are many solar generator companies out there, that are no name companies and I was afraid to try out Sungzu, but in all reality they are a reputable company that has been manufacturing solar generators for years 18 month warranty and 30 day returns- This shows how confident they are in their product. Other well-known companies will only offer a 12 month warranty. Why is that? Sungzu stands behind their product and offers an 18 month warranty and a 30 day return period. Cons: May not be pure sine wave- I didn’t have a sine wave measurement device, but I did do a poor man’s sine wave test by using a regular household box fan on high settings while plugged up to a regular house AC wall outlet and then I plugged up the fan to the solar generator. When plugged up to the solar generator on high settings, the fan blades did not spin as fast as it did when plugged up to a regular household wall outlet on high settings. Pure sine solar generators would have produced the same fan speed from my wall outlet. The household fan was rated for only 160 watts. Again, Not an actual scientific test, but I believe the AC output for the solar generator is not pure sine wave. But the AC outlets still work very well. I hooked up my TV to the AC outlet and it powered it up fine, and it could charge my portable devices by AC fine. At this affordable price point, I think the AC outlets on the device work good enough. Display- I wish it would display how much watts is being used and how much watts is being input into the battery. Quiet honestly, I don’t care about the voltage at all. I want to know how much wattage I am getting each hour. I hope in the future, they change the voltage meter to a wattage meter. To know how much watts you are producing via solar you have to buy a watt meter. They have a MC4 watt meter on amazon, and Sungzu sells a MC4 adapter. MPPT charge controller- 75watts out of 100 watts is good, and when compared to other well known solar generator companies, it is above average. But there are MPPT controllers out there that can push 85 watts or more from solar panels that equal 100watts. But at this price point, I think this is good. But if you are really depending on solar energy, you may have to spend a little extra and build a custom solar station or buy a more expensive brand with a better MPPT controller so you can get the most out of your panels. For reference, I was using two 50 watt panels in series with Sun Power solar cells. 32v minimum- This was one of the frustrating parts about this solar generator. You are required to have at least 32v minimum of input. In reality you can get away with 29 volts. So is there any solar panels out there that output 32v minimum? Yes, one I found on amazon, Sunzu’s 100 watt panel. If you are not going to use their panel, then you will have to find at least 18v panels and hook them up in series to get 36v. The battery management system (BMS) will down voltage and manage the amperature of the panels to protect the solar generator, so you will be around 30 to 31 volts on a good day. But having such a high requirement of voltage input does make it mandatory to where you have to buy at least 2 solar panels that are not the standard 12v output, but has to be higher than that, and the next tier I could find on amazon is 18v panels. Sungzu sells a MC4 adapter so you can connect the solar generator to MC4 compatible solar panels. Overall this is a great solar generator. I hope my review helps someone!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Downgraded review after product failure. Do not buy.
Although I previously rated the Sungzu SKA1000 as four stars, I have now downgraded the rating to one star (the lowest). The SKA100 failed after about eight months of limited use. It could not be charged by AC or solar, and it would not power either AC or DC. The LCD would not turn on. Sungzu IGNORED my request for service under warranty. Fortunately, I had purchased insurance (from Asurion) for the SKA100, but the the insurer was unable to repair it. Most of my purchase price was refunded but I am stuck with two Sungzu 100 watt 32 V foldable solar panels, which are not useful on most other solar generators. I am also out the cost of several SKA100 specific connectors and part of the initial cost of the SKA100. I now STRONGLY advise against buying the SKA1000. Below is my original review for what it is worth: The Sungszu SKA1000 has among the lightest weight (25.5 lb) and lowest cost per watt hr of the available high-capacity portable lithium ion solar generators. Its 1000 W inverter power (about 1500 W surge) allows running of higher wattage appliances, such as my full size 18 cu ft refrigerator. Its MPPT charge controller allows fairly rapid recharging by solar or AC. It can be charged by either a 32 V/7.5 amp wall charger connected to the generator via a 4-pin aviator plug or by 100 W Sungzu foldable solar panels connected via a 5.5 mm OD/2.5 mm ID plug adapted to a 4-Pin aviator plug. Up to three of the 100 W (approximately 31 V) panels can be easily connected in parallel. The higher battery voltage allows less resistive power loss in charging through a given length of solar cables. Outputs consist of two 120 V AC plugs (pure sine wave), two 12 V DC ports and four USB ports. An LCD display indicates approximate charge status, charging voltage and whether DC or USB ports are in use. There is also an on/off switch for the inverter, a cooling fan, various connecting adapters, fuses and other safety features and an 18-month warranty. The LCD display provides neither input nor output wattage. However, I was able to use an external meter (Powerwerx, about $55) to measure solar charging wattage and other parameters. The MC4 connectors of the watt meter may be connected to the SKA1000 via a MC4-to-5.5 mm adapter (about $11). The meter can be connected directly to MC4 solar panels or the the Sungzu 100 W solar panels via an MC4-to-SAE connector ($14) plus an SAE-to-5.5 mm female connector ($9). Two 12 V (nominally) foldable solar panels from another manufacturer were connected in series to deliver a charging voltage similar to the Sungzu panels of about 31V but with slightly higher efficiency. The Sungzu 100 W panels will be reviewed in a separate post. The LCD display indicates only the approximate state of charge, and it is sometimes difficult to judge the degree of charge during charging. The battery appears to hold a charge well with the inverter turned off. Pros: 1. Relatively low cost per what hr. 2. Relatively low weight per watt hr. 3. MPPT charge controller allows fairly rapid charging. 4. Higher battery voltage than most solar generators limits wattage lost through connector cables. 5. Easily connected to Sungzu solar panels. Cons: 1. Limited display functions. 2. Only approximate extent of charge displayed. 3. Manual lacks some details. 4. Requires adapters to connect to other solar panels (typically with MC4 connectors).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leverria Belton - Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2019
Best generator under $1500
This is the best solar generator on the market in my opinion , compared to goal zero yeti 1000 , it is at least 15 pounds lighter , 25 lbs vs 40 lbs for the goal zero , and it can be totally recharged by its 240 watt wall charger in less than 5 hours , the goal zero yeti 1000 takes at least 18 hours by its wall charger , which it too long for me. The sungzu 1000 is also $300 or more cheaper. I like the goal zero display better , but it is too heavy , expensive and impractical to recharge from its wall charger. I also have the sungzu 100w solar panels which up to three panels can be connected for up to 300 watts of solar power to recharge the generator . The inverter is powerful it can power my 1100 watt microwave . I use this for power outages from hurricanes and I can not use a gas generator in my condo. It also has pass through charging , meaning that you can charge the unit by either solar panel or wall unit while simultaneously using it power the television , fan , etc... Very helpful when relying on solar power .

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan R - Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2019
I bought two
I purchased for home emergency backup power. I did not want the hassle with gas, oil, fumes and noise. I have a fairly big refrigerator in the kitchen and an apartment sized one in the garage. These units will operate either. Volts x amps = watts. Haven't tried the solar charger panels yet but they seem to be very good quality. I highly recommend this product.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazonn Costumerr - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2019
Good solar generator
Overall, this is a good solar generator. I will go over the pros and cons. Pros: Portable- This by no means is super light, but it is light enough to be portable. Other solar generators out there are super heavy. Durable- I’m not sure what material they use on the outside casing, but it is high quality. This device is built to handle the outside use (setting it down on the ground, ect). It even has rubber on the edges which doesn’t seem like a big deal at first, but it is just incase if you are caring it into your car, or something lie this, if it hits something the rubber will protect the device and car. There are covering on the outlets which is nice. Potentially a regulated DC 12v- I didn’t test this with a wattage meter, but I used a 12v electric blanket in a camping situation and even when the solar generator was at 20% the 12v electric blanket still worked and still put out plenty of heat. Again, not an actual test, but I believe their 12v input is regulated. This means, when the power gets low in the solar generator, the voltage out put doesn't get low, which will make it where a person will not be able to run 12v devices while the battery is at a low charge, if it did this, this would be unregulated. Accessible fuses- This is a BIG DEAL. If you were to blow a fuse, Sungzu allows you to replace the refuse. They even include 4 extra fuses. This is a big deal because other companies have built in fuses that are hard to get to and you may void your warranty if opening up the device. Because of this, if you blow a fuse with other companies, you’ll have to ship it back to them to get it fixed. Sungzu was brilliant in having easy access to fuses just in case a fuse blow. Super Charger- Yes, that’s right, they have included a power brick super charger. They really don’t advertise this that well but for me this was a big deal when using this device. The power prick AC to DC adapter charger is 240 watts an hour!!! And the power brick has its own COOLING FAN!!! This is genius! The power brick never got hot when in use. Sungzu is very modest when saying that it will take 5.5-7 hours to charge. It takes me under 5 hours to charge the device by wall outlet. So good job Sungzu with this! I wish other companies would follow suit, who wants a toasty power brick while charging their device? MPPT Charge controller- They truly have a MPPT charge controller built in. With two 50w panels connected in series, I was able to get 75 watts at solar noon. This is above average when compared to other companies that are well known. Some well-known companies don’t even have a MPPT charge controller, which will make for slow charge times when using solar. Cooling fan- Fan is pretty quiet. It turns on with the power brick while it is charging, it’ll turn on to manage temperature if in a hot condition. It’ll turn on if you reach a certain wattage on the DC or AC outlets. Display- They display the temperature!! Like, this is a big deal! Why don’t other companies do this?! You need to know what temperature your lithium battery is at to prevent damage. Thankfully Sungzu has built in safety features to cool down the battery if in hot conditions with their cooling fan. I’m not sure if they have cold protection which will shut down the unit of the battery gets too cold. Lithium batteries must operate in a certain temperature setting or it could be damaged. Having the displayed temperature of the battery something that all solar generator companies should be doing. Sungzu sets the bar high. Amazing customer service- This is not joke. Sungzu will answer same day when sending them a email. They were very good at communicating and answering any questions. Honestly, there are many solar generator companies out there, that are no name companies and I was afraid to try out Sungzu, but in all reality they are a reputable company that has been manufacturing solar generators for years 18 month warranty and 30 day returns- This shows how confident they are in their product. Other well-known companies will only offer a 12 month warranty. Why is that? Sungzu stands behind their product and offers an 18 month warranty and a 30 day return period. Cons: May not be pure sine wave- I didn’t have a sine wave measurement device, but I did do a poor man’s sine wave test by using a regular household box fan on high settings while plugged up to a regular house AC wall outlet and then I plugged up the fan to the solar generator. When plugged up to the solar generator on high settings, the fan blades did not spin as fast as it did when plugged up to a regular household wall outlet on high settings. Pure sine solar generators would have produced the same fan speed from my wall outlet. The household fan was rated for only 160 watts. Again, Not an actual scientific test, but I believe the AC output for the solar generator is not pure sine wave. But the AC outlets still work very well. I hooked up my TV to the AC outlet and it powered it up fine, and it could charge my portable devices by AC fine. At this affordable price point, I think the AC outlets on the device work good enough. Display- I wish it would display how much watts is being used and how much watts is being input into the battery. Quiet honestly, I don’t care about the voltage at all. I want to know how much wattage I am getting each hour. I hope in the future, they change the voltage meter to a wattage meter. To know how much watts you are producing via solar you have to buy a watt meter. They have a MC4 watt meter on amazon, and Sungzu sells a MC4 adapter. MPPT charge controller- 75watts out of 100 watts is good, and when compared to other well known solar generator companies, it is above average. But there are MPPT controllers out there that can push 85 watts or more from solar panels that equal 100watts. But at this price point, I think this is good. But if you are really depending on solar energy, you may have to spend a little extra and build a custom solar station or buy a more expensive brand with a better MPPT controller so you can get the most out of your panels. For reference, I was using two 50 watt panels in series with Sun Power solar cells. 32v minimum- This was one of the frustrating parts about this solar generator. You are required to have at least 32v minimum of input. In reality you can get away with 29 volts. So is there any solar panels out there that output 32v minimum? Yes, one I found on amazon, Sunzu’s 100 watt panel. If you are not going to use their panel, then you will have to find at least 18v panels and hook them up in series to get 36v. The battery management system (BMS) will down voltage and manage the amperature of the panels to protect the solar generator, so you will be around 30 to 31 volts on a good day. But having such a high requirement of voltage input does make it mandatory to where you have to buy at least 2 solar panels that are not the standard 12v output, but has to be higher than that, and the next tier I could find on amazon is 18v panels. Sungzu sells a MC4 adapter so you can connect the solar generator to MC4 compatible solar panels. Overall this is a great solar generator. I hope my review helps someone!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Downgraded review after product failure. Do not buy.
Although I previously rated the Sungzu SKA1000 as four stars, I have now downgraded the rating to one star (the lowest). The SKA100 failed after about eight months of limited use. It could not be charged by AC or solar, and it would not power either AC or DC. The LCD would not turn on. Sungzu IGNORED my request for service under warranty. Fortunately, I had purchased insurance (from Asurion) for the SKA100, but the the insurer was unable to repair it. Most of my purchase price was refunded but I am stuck with two Sungzu 100 watt 32 V foldable solar panels, which are not useful on most other solar generators. I am also out the cost of several SKA100 specific connectors and part of the initial cost of the SKA100. I now STRONGLY advise against buying the SKA1000. Below is my original review for what it is worth: The Sungszu SKA1000 has among the lightest weight (25.5 lb) and lowest cost per watt hr of the available high-capacity portable lithium ion solar generators. Its 1000 W inverter power (about 1500 W surge) allows running of higher wattage appliances, such as my full size 18 cu ft refrigerator. Its MPPT charge controller allows fairly rapid recharging by solar or AC. It can be charged by either a 32 V/7.5 amp wall charger connected to the generator via a 4-pin aviator plug or by 100 W Sungzu foldable solar panels connected via a 5.5 mm OD/2.5 mm ID plug adapted to a 4-Pin aviator plug. Up to three of the 100 W (approximately 31 V) panels can be easily connected in parallel. The higher battery voltage allows less resistive power loss in charging through a given length of solar cables. Outputs consist of two 120 V AC plugs (pure sine wave), two 12 V DC ports and four USB ports. An LCD display indicates approximate charge status, charging voltage and whether DC or USB ports are in use. There is also an on/off switch for the inverter, a cooling fan, various connecting adapters, fuses and other safety features and an 18-month warranty. The LCD display provides neither input nor output wattage. However, I was able to use an external meter (Powerwerx, about $55) to measure solar charging wattage and other parameters. The MC4 connectors of the watt meter may be connected to the SKA1000 via a MC4-to-5.5 mm adapter (about $11). The meter can be connected directly to MC4 solar panels or the the Sungzu 100 W solar panels via an MC4-to-SAE connector ($14) plus an SAE-to-5.5 mm female connector ($9). Two 12 V (nominally) foldable solar panels from another manufacturer were connected in series to deliver a charging voltage similar to the Sungzu panels of about 31V but with slightly higher efficiency. The Sungzu 100 W panels will be reviewed in a separate post. The LCD display indicates only the approximate state of charge, and it is sometimes difficult to judge the degree of charge during charging. The battery appears to hold a charge well with the inverter turned off. Pros: 1. Relatively low cost per what hr. 2. Relatively low weight per watt hr. 3. MPPT charge controller allows fairly rapid charging. 4. Higher battery voltage than most solar generators limits wattage lost through connector cables. 5. Easily connected to Sungzu solar panels. Cons: 1. Limited display functions. 2. Only approximate extent of charge displayed. 3. Manual lacks some details. 4. Requires adapters to connect to other solar panels (typically with MC4 connectors).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leverria Belton - Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2019
Best generator under $1500
This is the best solar generator on the market in my opinion , compared to goal zero yeti 1000 , it is at least 15 pounds lighter , 25 lbs vs 40 lbs for the goal zero , and it can be totally recharged by its 240 watt wall charger in less than 5 hours , the goal zero yeti 1000 takes at least 18 hours by its wall charger , which it too long for me. The sungzu 1000 is also $300 or more cheaper. I like the goal zero display better , but it is too heavy , expensive and impractical to recharge from its wall charger. I also have the sungzu 100w solar panels which up to three panels can be connected for up to 300 watts of solar power to recharge the generator . The inverter is powerful it can power my 1100 watt microwave . I use this for power outages from hurricanes and I can not use a gas generator in my condo. It also has pass through charging , meaning that you can charge the unit by either solar panel or wall unit while simultaneously using it power the television , fan , etc... Very helpful when relying on solar power .

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bryan R - Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2019
I bought two
I purchased for home emergency backup power. I did not want the hassle with gas, oil, fumes and noise. I have a fairly big refrigerator in the kitchen and an apartment sized one in the garage. These units will operate either. Volts x amps = watts. Haven't tried the solar charger panels yet but they seem to be very good quality. I highly recommend this product.