May 26, 2011 00:37 by Ty
When you're on the go and need basically a power-strip of AC sockets, the Duracell PowerSource 1800 will provide exactly what you're looking for. The Duracell PowerSource 1800 puts out 1800 watts of max power, with up to 1440 continuous watts. With its five AC outlets, you can run household appliances and other electronics such as a microwave, blender, toaster, refrigerator, blow dryer, flood lights, computers, and even charge your cell phone. Two wheels are on the back help makes transportation easier, and a display panel on the top shows remaining battery life and output power.
Duracell PowerPack 1800 Features:
- 5 AC Outlets (1 on the front, 4 on the back).
- Built-in transfer relay provides reliable backup power capability.
- Recharges from home AC wall outlet.
- Powerful enough to turn on almost any household appliance.
- Audible alarm signals ten minutes prior to the unit running out of battery power.
- Top display panel has a digital LED display that indicates the battery capacity status and total wattage of the devices connected to the PowerSource 1800.
- Will supply 10 hrs backup power & over 1.5 hrs run time.
- Rear-wheels for easy transportation.
Duracell PowerSource 1800 Specifications
AC output power (max. continuous): 1440 W (2300 VA)
AC output power (5 min): 1800 W (2900 VA)
AC output surge capacity (peak): 3600 W
AC output voltage (nominal): 120 V
AC output frequency: 60 Hz
AC output waveform: Modified sine wave
Inverter no-load current: 0.6 A
Inverter low-battery alarm: 11.0 V
Inverter low-battery shutdown: 10.5 V
Internal battery type: Sealed lead-acid
Internal battery capacity: 3 x 17 Ah, 12 V
Internal battery voltage: 12 Vdc (nominal)
DC power socket (circuit breaker): N/A
Dimensions (L x W x H): 19.25" x 8.25" x 11.25"
Weight: 58.2 lbs
Operating temperature: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Storage temperature: 32°F to 86°F (0°C to 30°C)
AC charger bulk charging current: 5 A (maximum)
Peak charging voltage: 14.4 V (nominal)
Charge restart voltage: 13.5 V (nominal)
Float charge current: N/A
Charger input socket current: N/A
From AC outlet: Max. 15 hours
From DC outlet: N/A
Duracell Powersource 1800 LED Screen
Front - Duracell Powersource 1800 1 Outlet
Back - Duracell Powersource 1800 4 Outlets
Check out the Duracell PowerSource 1800 on eBatts.com and all of the other Duracell Powerpack battery backup systems available.
April 13, 2011 01:11 by Jeremy
As the smallest model of our powerpack series, the Duracell Powerpack 300 brings only the most necessary functions to the table. There are two AC sockets and a single DC socket; these can be used to power a wide range of electronics, including laptops, cell phones, radios, fans, GPS systems and even televisions. On the sides are car jumper cables with 120 cold cranking amps, and on the back is a 250 psi air compressor, making this unit perfect for emergency situations with your vehicle. A flashlight is also included on the front, with a built-in battery and 4 LED lights.
Check out our video tutorial to see close-ups of the product and how it can be used.
- 2 AC sockets
- 1 DC socket
- Flashlight w/ 4 LED lights
- 120A Car Jumper
- 250 PSI Air Compressor
Duracell Powerpack 300 Portable Power Solutions are available on eBatts.com.
The Duracell Powerpack 600 takes the best parts of its predecessors (such as the Powerpack 450, featured on The Wall Street Journal) and improves on it. With 480 watts of continuous power (max of 600W), the Powerpack 600 is the perfect alternative power source for emergencies. The Powerpack 600 is suitable for camping as well, as it comes with an AM/FM radio, flashlight, and clock.
Watch our video tutorial to learn more about the various functions the Powerpack 600 has to offer.
- Built-in 600 watt inverter
- Three 120V AC power sockets
- One 12V DC power socket
- Front-facing flashlight
- AM/FM Radio
- Digital alarm clock
- Jumper cables and appropriate socket
- Can be charged at home or on the road
Duracell Powerpack 600 Portable Power Solution units are available on eBatts.com
March 31, 2011 20:42 by Ty
The Duracell Powerpack 450 is the perfect portable power solution for camping, remote jobs, and emergencies. As seen in The Best Junk for Your Trunk article on the The Wall Street Journal Web site, the Duracell Powerpack 450 is ready to power your portable devices, jump start your car, pump up tires with air, and provide light during emergencies. The Powerpack 450 is also been featured in a Gizmodo article: The Duracell Powerpack 450 Talks You Through a Jump Start.
Check out our video review and tutorial on what the Duracell Powerpack 450 has to offer.
The Powerpack 450 puts out 340W continuous (450W peak) of AC power, to power laptops, radios, cellphones, lights and other small electronics and household appliances. The Powerpack 450 comes with 2 AC outlets, 1 DC outlet, 1 USB charging port, car jumper cables, air compressor, voice instructions and battery power level status.
- Micro processor controlled voice technology provides instant system diagnosis information on device runtime, battery status and fault conditions.
- 150 PSI air compressor for inflating tires and small sports equipment.
- Jumper cables designed for safe and efficient jump-starting.
- Built-in light provides illumination in emergency situations at home and on the road.
- AC charger stored in the unit.
- Recharge at home or from a vehicle.
Work and Outdoor Power:
Will operate small power tools, stereos, internet modems and computers.
Home Backup Power:
Will operate camcorders, video games, blenders, TVs, fans, laptops and clock radios.
Will operate cordless phones, radios, lights and will inflate ties and jumpstart vehicles.
Duracell Powerpack 450 Portable Power Solution units are available on eBatts.com
March 8, 2011 21:16 by Ty
In this video, customers are provided an example of how to remove a battery from their netbook. We also demonstrate the two ways customers can find model numbers, with which they can use to find their corresponding replacement laptop battery.
Transcription of the netbook battery removal video.
Jeremy: "Hey everyone, this is Jeremy from eBatts.com, and today I'll be showing you how to remove a battery from a netbook.
This is our HP Mini, which we'll be using for an example today. (flip laptop over to expose bottom-side)
You'll notice that for this particular netbook, there are two battery locking clips located on either side of the battery. Once you push those forward, as indicated by the little arrows here, the battery will begin to pop out, and you can then pull it out.
There are two ways to find your replacement laptop battery. One way is to locate the battery model number, which is listed on the battery itself. As you can see from this example, this is an "HSTNN-LB0D".
The other way is to use the laptop model number itself, which is listed, sometimes, on the bottom of the laptop. In this example, the product is the "HP Mini 110". (flip)
A more common place to find your laptop model number is on the front. Here it is located on the bottom-right corner of the laptop screen.
This concludes our video tutorial on how to find the various model numbers associated with your netbook. For more video tutorials, check out our website at www.ebatts.com/blog."