During a national emergency, like a pandemic outbreak, it’s always a wise decision to stock up on backup electric supplies, like generators and power banks. One of the best out there is the Anker PowerHouse 200, and like its name implies, this truly is a power house.
Ideal for outdoor adventures, emergencies, or as supplementary mobile power for home medical equipment, the PowerHouse 200 has the power, versatility, and portability to handle any challenge.
For starters, the Anker PowerHouse 200 features universal compatibility, so it can crank out power for a variety of devices, including smart phones, tablets, laptops, emergency equipment, computers, and small appliances. Rated with an output of 30 watts, it can charge a MacBook Pro over 5 times, a smart phone more than 12 times, or even run small appliances like mini-fridges for over 4 hours.
When it’s power supply is depleted, you can replenish PowerHouse’s capacity via a USB-C Power Delivery car or wall charger, or an AC power adapter. It is also compatible with 5-22V DC output solar chargers (not included).
Let’s talk about the outputs … the PowerHouse 200 is loaded, featuring a car (cigarette lighter) outlet, two legacy USB outlets with IQ, one USB-C port, and an AC outlet. PowerHouse is capable of pass-through charging while connected via a vehicle output or AC outlet.
It’s portable enough to take with you camping, road trips or to stash in a closet for emergencies. The ultra-compact design lets you charge anywhere you need to, be it inside your house, your yard, or in your garage.
Key Stats on the Anker PowerHouse 200:
• Capacity: 57600mAh/218.8Wh
• Input: AC/Power Delivery
• USB Output: 5V=3A (15W)
• Power Delivery Output: 5V=3A, 9V=3A, 15V=2A, 20V=1.5A (30W)
• DC Output: 12V=5A
• AC Output: 110V, 0.9A, 60Hz, 100W
• AC Waveform: Pure Sine Wave
• Total Output: 130W Max
• Operating Temperature: 32°F-104°F / 0°C-40°C
• Recharging Temperature: 14°F-104°F / -10°C-40°C