BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC200P, 2000Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup

(7 customer reviews)


No matter where you are – at home during an unexpected outage, in your backyard, on a worksite, in the woods, or on a road trip, you can always count on BLUETTI AC200P as your reliable off-grid power source.

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In the event of unexpected blackout, the Bluetti AC200P is a perfect home backup system especially in areas with unstable voltage. It’s also great for camping and boondocking.

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Power All Your Needs Simultaneously

Besides the AC outlets, USB-A, USB-C, Cigarette lighter port and 12V/3A DC Port, this solar generator also features 12V/25A RV port and 15W wireless chargers to provide you more charging options.

Ultra-durable & Safe Power For Everyday Needs

The Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery offers 3,500+ life cycles and lasts for almost 10 years (one cycle per day), along with the advanced Battery Management System (BMS) integrated in AC200P monitors everything happening in this device, protecting your device from every potential risk in the day-to-day operations.

Solar Solution for Home Applications

BLUETTI AC200P can power most of your appliances like blenders, ice coolers, radios, projectors, and more. In the event of unexpected blackout, AC200P is a perfect home backup system especially in some areas with unstable voltage.

Power Your Adventure

Power up your devices on-the-go for hours. A reliable power source for camping, van life, and more.

Product Description

BLUETTI AC200P Portable Power Station Solar Generator 970x600-01
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Q1: What devices can be charged/powered by AC200P?

A: With its 2000W(4800W surge) AC inverter, this solar generator can power most of your appliances under 2000W.

Q2: How long will AC200P power my device?

A: Working time (estimation) = 2000Wh * 0.85 / operating power of your device. (0.85=Conversion Rate) Kindly note the actual working time may vary under different circumstances.

Q3: What kind of solar panel should I choose?

A: The total Open Circuit Voltage should be between 35-150V. 1 x BLUETTI PV120 / PV200 cannot charge this portable power station; we recommend 3 x BLUETTI PV120 / PV200.

Q4: Why should I deplete the battery first and recharge it to 100% when I receive the new product?

A: In this way, you can re-calibrate the State of Charge system to reflect actual charge and prevent unusual battery discharge.

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  • 6 x AC: Drill / Grill / Blender / Hair Dryer
  • 1 x 12V/25A DC port for RV
  • 1 x Type-C+4 x USB-A: Phone / Laptop…
  • 2 x Wireless charger: Smartphone
  • 1 x Car Socket: Mini Fridge / Food Heater…
  • 2 x DC 5521: LED Light Strips / CCTV…


  • LiFePO4 battery with 3500+ cycles to 80%
  • No exhaust, no emission
  • Over-current/Short-current protection
  • Over-charge/Over-discharge protection
  • Over-voltage protection
  • Thermal Protection


  • Solar Panel: Max. 700W, in 3.5 hours
  • AC/Generator: AC Adapter, 4.5-5.5 hours
  • Solar+Wall: Max. 1200W, in 2.2 hours
  • Dual AC: 2 x Adapter, 2.5-3 hours
  • Also support: 12V/24V Car socket, Lead-acid battery


Capacity 2000Wh
Battery Type LiFePO4 (3500+ Cycles to 80%)
AC Input 500W Max.
Solar Input Voc 35-150V / 700W Max. / 12A Max.
AC Output 6 x AC 100-120V
DC Output 1 x 12V/25A DC, 1 x 12V Car, 2 x 12V DC5521
USB Output 1 x 60W PD, 4 x 5V/3A
Wireless Charging Pad 2 x 15W Max. (for each)
Charge Temperature 32°F-104°F
Discharge Temperature 14°F-113°F
Dimensions 16.5 x 11.0 x 15.2 inches
Weight 60.6 lbs

Additional information

Weight 60.6 lbs
Dimensions 16.5 × 11 × 15.2 in
Part Number


Item Weight

60.6 pounds

Product Dimensions

16.5 x 11 x 15.2 inches

Item model number




Power Source

Wall Outlet Solar Panel Car Generator


‎120 Volts


2000 watts

Battery Cell Type




Date First Available

November 9 2020



7 reviews for BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC200P, 2000Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup

  1. georgep68

    Easy SolarBought a pair of 350W panels, a 20′ MC4 extension cable and hooked them in series to my Bluetti. Instant solar! Works surprisingly well, the cottage is so peaceful with the gas generator off all the time. We had a couple of rainy days so the generator was used to top up the AC200P before bed but otherwise it is all we need, even running the vacuum or microwave is no big deal. I am very impressed. The battery should last me 12 years or so before it degrades.

  2. Scott M.

    Quality consistent reliable powerCame in sooner than estimated. In my research I narrowed my choice to the yeti and the echo flow. Because of unavailability at the time the echo flow was unavailable. I have not been disappointed with the blueti Very robust build. All the features I wanted. I purchased for a variety of uses. To power my shop, rv camping off grid and also I do live sound audio. For live sound l need a consistent quality power source. So far this unit has performed better than expected for all three applications I also intend if needed to use as a home backup in case of a power outage. I wish it had Bluetooth connectivity to phone as the screen is difficult to read in sunlight.

  3. Amazon Customer

    not impressedordered the product and received it way quicker then they said I would which I was very excited about and couldn’t wait to start using it as I am off grid…after 1 week of using it the charger stopped charging the item and said it was faulty it just makes a clicking noise and light blinks off and on. I have not had great weather this year so have not ordered the solar panels to charge it and now am afraid to as I was told a new one was being mailed out and almost 2 weeks later no new charger.(received whole system in 5 days) Customer service responded quickly in an email but its now the 27th they said they sent one out on the 16th gave me a tracking number but it says it doesn’t exist so I am a bit frustrated as the item is not cheap so am trying to find out how I can return it and try a different brand at this point its useless to me if I can’t charge it so for me it means it’s not dependable I need a dependable product and someone who stands behind their product.

  4. River Rat

    Parasitic power drawReally liked the unit but the BMS seems to have a power draw issue. If you were running solar panels you probably wouldn’t notice it. But for us we wanted it for running our 12 volt DC fridge while camping out at the river jet boating. Our first experience with battery packs were with the Jackery 500 , It will run our fridge for 38.0 hours. This unit we only got 65 hours of run time with a battery 4 times the size. Just sitting there with the BMS turned on but no load on it the unit was using about 12 watts per hour , almost as much as our DC fridge uses. Much to their credit they returned the unit and refunded our money , but would not send a replacement. So I am left with the conclusion that this is not uncommon for this unit. So if you have a solar setup you probably would never notice. But we wanted it for it’s ability to go from the van to the boat etc. So beware !!

  5. Gordon

    AC200P finally available in Canada!I probably own too many solar generators. BLUETTI is a cut above the rest. Having purchased the EP1500 in early 2021 when they became available in Canada, I was pleased that BLUETTI finally was making the AC200P available in Canada. Yes, still quite a bit more expensive then prices in the U.S., but what isn’t these days?For Canadians sitting on the fence or concerned with long product or customer support delays, the Canadian distributor has been stellar. Really quick responses and excellent communication. I ordered the AC200P on Sunday and received via UPS to rural Ontario on Tuesday! Incredible shipping time especially when you hear about the product shipping delays in the U.S. and often sold out.For the unit itself, I’m just going through the testing of the unit now, but so far so good. Build quality is excellent. Quite surprised that it is not as heavy as I expected. That said, one of those small $10 moving carts are an excellent investment to move it around. Has an excellent touch screen to monitor ingoing and outgoing watts… just wish I could crank up the brightness to the max when the sun is directly shining on it.I intend to use it primarily for boondocking with a 20′ travel trailer for replacing shore power, while charging it up with solar panels or in cloudy/rainy conditions, via a propane generator using the massive power brick. The size and simple box shape make it well suited for storage and day to day use.Solid product and best in class.

  6. Dr. Bruce

    A Fully-Featured and Powerful Portable Power StationThe AC200P is a 2000 watt-hour power station, with long-lasting Lithium Iron Phosphate cells. It has a pure sine wave AC inverter capable of 2000 watts sustained current, and will surge up to 4800 watts. There are 6 AC outlets, 4 standard 5 volt/3 amp USB outlets, one USB C with up to 60 watts output, two 3 amp barrel outlets for 12 volt, one 10 amp “cigarette lighter” outlet for 12 volts, a 12 volt 25 amp aviation port (aviation refers to the type of plug, not the intended use), and two 15 watt wireless charging stations on top. That’s a lot of capability!The AC200P is similar in every detail to the wildly popular AC200, which sold thousands of units on an Indiegogo campaign in the summer of 2020. The only difference is the switch to Lithium Iron Phospate cells, with an increase of 300 watt-hours over the 1700 available on the AC200.The AC200/P is the successor to the EB150 and EB240 power stations, which took the world by storm when they were released in 2019. The combination of large capacity, portability and price still make them a popular choice. Their AC inverter is limited to 1000 watts (1200 surge), which for some applications is not sufficient. Maxoak got the message loud and clear, and put a much more powerful inverter (and more AC outlets) in the AC200/P. For many people, the EB series is still preferable.The AC200P weighs in at 60.6 pounds. This is at the high end of what I’d call a portable power station. The built-in handles work great, and one reasonably fit person can move it around, but I plan to find a good location and leave it there, and I reckon most people will do the same.The AC200P has a built-in fan to keep it cool when needed. It seems my CPAP doesn’t draw enough current to cause the fan to kick on, so it is perfectly quiet all night long. In situating the unit, be sure to leave space for the fan to draw air without straining. A four-inch margin on all sides will be sufficient.I’m not going to go further into technical specifications. For those who are unfamiliar with these products, there are numerous reviews on YouTube which go into considerable detail on the technical aspects. I highly recommend two channels for this purpose: DIY Solar With Will Prowse, and Hobotech. Both of these presenters are kind of quirky, but their information is impeccable and thorough.My goal is to provide information on usage rather than specs. In my world, that boils down to 4 principal uses: CPAP, ham radio, emergency preps, and camping. Rather than do one long video covering all of those, I’ll present several short videos, focusing on one use-case at a time. I’ll post links here as the videos are published. Today, we’re looking at the CPAP.I live in hurricane country, in Eastern North Carolina. We have been through some doozies in the decades I’ve lived here, including Hurricanes Floyd and Florence, which devastated the whole region, and several smaller ones like Fran and Irene which had a major impact but not as wide-spread. In addition to hurricanes, we have power outages due to occasional severe storms, ice storms, and sometimes for no discernible reason. If the power goes out at night, I don’t want my CPAP to stop working. So I use a power station at all times for the CPAP. Some of you may want to do the same, and came here for information on how to do this.I’ve had the AC200P for a month and have been using it for my CPAP that entire time. Every night before turning on the CPAP I take a photo of the screen, and again upon waking up, so I have a series of photos showing the percentage of battery used each night. My conclusions are drawn from that data.My CPAP is a Philips Dreamstation. It is a quiet and efficient machine. With the humidifier, it draws an average of 50 watts per hour over an 8 hour period. When first turned on, as the humidifier heats up the water, the current is higher. After the water has heated up, the current drops. Without the humidifier, the average power needed is 10-12 watts. Clearly, for a long-term power outage or off-grid camping (boondocking), if you can get along without the humidifier, you will extend the usage considerably.I’ve powered the CPAP with both the AC power brick that came with it, and with a 12 volt adapter which I purchased separately. I also ran the CPAP with and without the humidifier. While I prefer the humidifier for everyday use, in a lengthy power outage I would disconnect it, as the humidifier more than doubles the current needed.On average, with the humidifier, on the 12 volt outlet, I will lose about 20% battery capacity per night, so it could run at least 4 and maybe 5 nights without recharging. On the AC inverter, it loses 25% or more, which would be 3-4 nights. If your CPAP has a 12 volt adapter cord, that’s the way to go.Without the humidifier, at 10-12 watts per hour on the 12 volt port, I could get easily 10 days’ use. In a power outage situation, if it went on this long, we would bug out to another location, as there would be other issues affecting our safety and comfort besides just the lack of electricity. For camping, this would be very useful.For everyday use, I leave the AC200P turned on all the time. If I were maximizing it, I would turn it off when not using it, since with the 12 volt system turned on, it loses around 1% per hour when nothing is drawing current. The 12 volt regulation circuitry takes some power and produces this loss. If the AC inverter is turned on, the drain is much higher. This is another good reason to invest in a 12 volt power cord for your CPAP.The AC200P has pass-through charging, which means you can use it while it is plugged into either the wall charger or solar power. In my current home, I don’t have a solar power set-up, so I use the wall charger to keep it powered. I prefer not to leave the wall charger active at all times, and it will shorten the life of the battery cells to keep them at 100%. So I have the wall charger plugged into a smart outlet, which is programmed to recharge the AC200P for a couple of hours, every other day. Basically, I run the unit between 20-80% state of charge, which is recommended by many experts as providing the greatest longevity for batteries with a lithium chemistry. Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries already have a great lifetime, so I’m not so worried about that. But since it’s simple enough to do, why not? The smart outlet I use is rated for 3 times the amperage that the wall charger draws, which is a generous safety factor. If you choose to use a smart outlet, I suggest you follow this plan.We had a brief power outage during the night, the first week I had the AC200P. The only way I know this is that the clock on the stove and microwave were blinking when I got up. The CPAP never stopped, because it wasn’t plugged into the grid.Prior to getting the AC200P, I was using a Bluetti EB150 for the CPAP. While the EB150 has nominally 500 watts less than the AC200P, I get a couple more nights of CPAP use out of it under the same conditions described above. I believe, although I can’t prove, that the 12 volt regulation circuitry is more efficient in the EB150 and thus the drain during the day is less. Again, in a long-term power outage or boondocking situation, I would turn either battery off during the day to avoid parasitic loss.Either of these – the AC200P or the EB150 – would do the job for my CPAP over a week’s use or more. I see the EB150 as better for 12 volt usage, and the AC200P as optimized for AC. For that reason, I will be moving the AC200P downstairs where I would have a need for AC in a power outage, and return the EB150 to CPAP service.Full disclosure: I received an AC200P from Maxoak in order to do this review. The testing is all mine, and they did not ask to see this review before it was published. You might be seeing it before they do.I hope this review is helpful for all of my fellow CPAP users. I will also be testing other power stations, such as the newer Bluetti AC30, a light-weight, mid-range power station with different applications. That’s all for now.

  7. melanie kunz

    The best on the market & Great customer serviceI have 3 solar generators and this thing is amazing.What I like.1. It holds a lot of power 2000W with a GIANT 4800W surge. I’ve tested it and it will start a small AC window unit or RV AC.2. The top has 2 a 18W wireless chargers so if you have a newer phone No need to worry about cords.3. The HUGE 700 W with 150V solar input is my FAVORITE. This blows every one else out of the water. What good is a solar generator that can’t take more than 400W and over 120volts?5. You can put 400watts thru the AC adapter and 700W input via solar for crazy fast charging.6. The aviation solar cable is wonderful quality, like nothing on the market, you can NOT pull it out on accident7. The touch screen is brilliant, bright and has all the information you would ever want even tracks errors.8. The LiFePO4 batteries can be recharged 3500++ times. If you don’t over charge or run it down too far, like all LiFePO4 keep between 40%&80% charged it will out last the other components on the device.9. If you have an issue the customer service team is wonderful to deal with but there was a language barrier.Now for the bad1. It does not include the DC7909 to XT90 cable for dual AC adapter charging.2. It does not include the 25 amp RV port cable.3. The AC adapter for wall charging is rated at 411 watts and listed as 400 watts on the website, but you will not get more than 380 watts out of it. My friends have the same ones and they have the same results.4. This is what I dislike the MOST. If you are only powering a portable fridge ( mine is the Iceco LV60 & I highly recommend it, Danfrost compressor ) or anything under 50watts ECO mode will shut it off. My Fridge is super efficient and only draws about 37 watts for 15 min an hour. With eco mode off the thing drains power. I think due to the inverter but not sure. I do know that the Maxoak 1500 or 2400 ( I have both ) will power small appliances for much, longer. But they don’t compare to this overall.I will update this post with any issues but Bluetti/ Maxoak are hands down the best in the business, I know as I am a super nerd that collects solar generator’s and dc appliances. I live and breathe solar, I hope this helps anyone interested in this Solar generator.

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