EcoFlow Power Kits are Smart, Simple Solutions for Camper Vans and RVs
The Modular Systems are Easy to Install and Don’t Take Up Much Space
Upgrading or adding an off-grid power system to your motorhome, travel trailer, or camper van just got a lot easier, thanks to EcoFlow. With the introduction of its new EcoFlow Power Kits, the company has taken the guesswork out of those projects by delivering a simple, versatile, and highly-customizable charging solution built for RVs and remote cabins.
At the heart of every Power Kit is the Power Hub—an innovative device that combines multiple components into a single, easy-to-install package. The Hub includes such items as an inverter charger, DC-DC step-down converter, and MPPT (maximum power point tracker) solar charge controllers, each of which is traditionally installed individually and requires its own separate wiring. By installing EcoFlow’s proprietary hub, RV owners can quickly and easily plug in various modular accessories, including solar panels, battery packs, and smart monitoring systems, saving themselves time and money in the process.
EcoFlow offers the Power Kits in three distinct bundles, each of which is available with one of five battery configurations. The bundles include the “Get Set” kit, which consists of just the Power Hub and battery packs. The “Prepared” kit upgrades the basic system with the addition of an AC/DC Smart Distribution Panel for circuit-level monitoring and control of your power consumption. Finally, the top-of-the-line “Independence” kit expands things further by including a smart generator and a Power Kit Console for enhanced power and monitoring of the kit’s performance.
The Power Hub allows owners to connect up to three batteries, with EcoFlow offering power cells in 2kWh and 5kWh capacities. Depending on the size and number of batteries selected, a Power Kit install can provide anywhere from 2,000-15,000 watt-hours (kWh) of energy storage. To make things easy, EcoFlow sells the three Power Kit bundles in five power configurations with 2kWh, 4kWh, 5kWh, 10kWh, and 15kWh options available. Individual batteries can also be purchased separately for easy expansion at a later time.
Both flexible and rigid solar panels are available as add-ons to any Power Kit bundle, with 100- and 400-watt options available. Power Kit batteries can also be recharged via standard AC wall outlets at home or the 12-volt DC ports found in most vehicles. Charging times vary depending on the size and number of batteries.