I received an Ecoflow River Mini Wifi, which I would like to test in more detail over the next few days. A solar generator or mini-board battery, so to speak. So I would like to announce a review here.
The first impression is already quite good in terms of performance, as always you can charge and discharge at the same time, an important point when travelling. The Ecoflow app also allows you to control the inverter, the USB ports and the 12v charging socket.
220 WH capacity (58400mAh), 2.85 kg
Length 25 cm, width 14 cm, height 13.4 cm
Shore power charger and 220v (300W) connection (home / campsite).
100W MTTP Solar Charge Controller (11-39V, 8A Max)
12v, 8A charging via cigarette plug
USB ports (3x)
12v cigarette lighter distributor with 12a (1x)
Inverter 220v socket (300w, (600w peak), pure sine wave)
Wireless Charging 15w (charging pad on top)
In my experience, the larger Ecoflow River Pro is still too powerful for my needs in a touring vehicle. And when it comes to weight / space saving, I like to be at the forefront.
Whether with solar panel or 12v charging, the big brother Ecoflow River Pro has never really been at its limit in my usage patterns:12v cooler
In which of my travel vehicles (I'll probably have to make up for it here) the whole thing will be used - is still open. I will too test the internal MPPT Solarcharger by an very efficient EFTE Solarpanel.. An EFTE Panel has not to be directed fully to the sun, to be effective.
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