HANS™ PowerPack 300

With a HANS™ PowerPack 300 you can generate, store and use an impressive 300 watt hours of electricity – without getting an electric bill. Its built-in lights will brighten any room, and guide your way on a dark night. Its built-in USB port keeps you in touch by charging your mobile phone. It’s 12-volt port allows you to operate small electrical devices such as computers and televisions. Best of all, you can recharge it with sunlight. The HANS™ PowerPack 300 weighs only 4kg, but is strong and built to last. In fact, it comes with a 12-year warranty.

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Features & Benefits

  • The premium power plant – without an electric bill.
  • A single charge provides:
    • 300 hours of light (maximum).
    • 30 mobile phone charges (maximum)*.
  • Can power larger electrical devices such as computers and televisions.
  • Can be charged four ways:
    • HANS™ Solar Briefcase (sold separately)
    • HANS™ Free Electric Bike (sold separately)
    • Built-in solar panel (included)
    • AC charging cord (included)
  • Long-lasting lithium battery.
  • Lightweight (4kg) and portable.
  • Rugged, durable construction.
  • 12-year warranty.
Output
USB Port 5V, up to 2.4A
12V Car Port 11.5-16.8V (11A max)
3x1W & 1x2W Lights 300 hours max
Input
AC Charger (3A, 50W) 7-8 hrs
Solar 66hrs (4.5W Integrated Solar Panel)
7-10hrs (Integrated + 60W Optional Solar Briefcase)
Battery Details
Lifecycles 1000+ Cycles to 80%
Rated Capacity 20Ahr (288WHr Nominal)
Cell Type Lithium-Ion INR
Power Management System The Hans Battery Management System (HBMS) is a highly efficient system that allows for full solar charging capability with little to zero parasitic power loss
Shelf-life 70% State of Charge at 6 months, PowerPack should be used or charged at least every 6 months
Other
Dimensions 25.2 cm L x 13.2 cm W x 32.2 cm H
Weight 4kg
Charge Temperature 0°C to 45°C
Discharge Temperature -20°C to 60°C
Storage Temperature -20°C to 45°C
Warranty 12 Years
User Guide View HANS™ PowerPack 150 User Guide PDF
Certifications IEC 62133. 2012 & UN 38.3 Rev 6