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Details & Specs
If you dream of staying off-grid for longer but still need to keep things charged, the Rover Lithium 40Ah Power Station from Companion is the trusty power solution to help turn that dream into reality.
This station offers 3-way charging through AC, DC or solar via the built-in MPPT controller, and multiple output charging options with 12V socket, 4 x USB, 1 x USB C, Anderson and 12-14V 2-pin output. The 40Ah lithium LiFeP04 battery with 512 Watt-hours, has an improved life of 2000 cycles and 80% capacity afterwards. The Rover includes a battery protection management system, integrated LED light and LCD display so you can be reassured that things are all good on the inside and you can easily check up on your charge from the outside.
With the Rover Lithium 40Ah Power Station from Companion, you can plug it in overnight and then head off in the morning knowing you’ve got self-sufficiency nailed.
40Ah lithium LiFeP04 battery
2000 lifecycles (80% capacity afterwards)
Direct solar charging via built-in MPPT controller
Recommend 120W - 200W solar panel but charge rate is limited to 5A
8-10 hours charge time
Battery protection management system
Integrated 3W LED light
DC and AC charge cables included
50A Anderson to 30A Anderson power pole cable included
In Use Dimensions:
27W x 15.4D x 24.2H cm
31W x 22D x 30H cm
3W LED light
DC Charger: 14V 5A | AC Charger: 16.8V 5A | Solar Input: 18−20V 5A
12V | DC Outputs: Maximum DC Output: 10A Combined (140W) − 1 x 2−Pin 12−14V 10A − 1 x Cigarette Socket 12−14V 10A − 2 x DC5525 12−14V 10A | 2 x USB Output: 5V/9V 2A or 12V 1.5A | 1 x USB Type C Output: 5V/9V/12V/15V/20V 3A | Anderson Output: 50A Connector 12−14V 10A Max
Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) | 12.8V, 40 Ah | Up to 2000 Charging Cycles | Lifecycle to 80% | 512Wh
Battery Charge Time:
Camping | 4WD
Staff tip:While this Power Station has two 12V output sockets, only one of them accepts a cigarette plug. The other is a 2−Pin 12V socket which does not accept a cigarette plug. See the video at 3:01 for more detail.