I was just looking at this today. My EB70(S?) Just arrived. Charging. Both the brick and the EB70 fans running…argh
150-155w an ok trade off for a quiet brick. I noticed at one point I was getting 194w input w/ supplied noisy brick but more often 184-188w. Not sure how long stayed at 194 since display keeps going off.
It arrived w/ 40% charge seemed to take no more than 2 hrs to top at 100%.
Did your EB70 fan run on and off as it was charging? @snowstorm
At one point was charging 4 devices (2 DC, 1 wireless, 1 AC) and powering a new digital alarm clock via AC. Cant tell how much power it uses cause doesnt register on the Output display on AC or DC.
Yes the EB70(non s) fan cycles on and off when it is charging at 155W. I would say more on then off. However, it isn’t that loud, and certainly quieter than the stock power brick fan.
The 24V 8A car port power adapter that I bought (linked above) in my mind is much better, it usually charges at 150-155W but sometime it starts out as high as 170W (not sure for how long though). I would take a quiet brick without a fan with 15% slower charge speed any day. Not only is there no noise, there is no fan with moving parts that can one day break and cause an overheating issue.
Yep that was the first thing I checked. Label on back of power station says 800W but the fan cycles on and off during charging like people have described the nonS version. At the moment I’m trying to recall if there is another way of verifying its EB70S, I think people have posted other but haven’t found those posts.
Update: I recall someone saying the AC/DC button lights are brighter on the EB70S and I think they are bright. Not a definitive verification but it’s probably an EB70S since device label says output 800w. I guess I wasn’t aware of the EB70 fan running/cycling as it charged.
For those who have an EB70S does its fan run or cycle on off when you charge it?
I don’t think I’ve ever heard my EB55 fan come on ever (I’m assuming it has a fan ).
I am pretty sure the S model’s fan still cycle on and off. The changes are an upgraded 800w inverter (vs 700w), brighter lights for the on off buttons, and the display stays on for longer when any button is pressed. On the 70 non S, if no output is on, and you briefly hit a on/off button to turn on the display, the display will go off in 2 sec, not even enough time to read the battery charge level.
A long time ago, in the AC200 machines, the AC brink was heavier and only 400 watts. And very quiet because it used heatsink. The new 500 watt brink is more powerful, but noisy as hell. Lucky I bought a spare heavy 400 brick and I use It for my AC200Max instead of the noisy Brink. Bluetti please bring back the quiet AC Brick.
Hey folks, I also purchased this exact adapter from Amazon and it will not charge at all. I used the Bluetti cigarette lighter plug and the blue indication lights up for 1 second and fades away. Returning this evening and ordering a new one. Will post when I test the new one!