Bluetti has launched a sodium-ion solar generator, the NA300, and a compatible battery module, the B480. The NA300, when used with B480-compatible battery packs, has a solar input of 3,000 W. While its capacity is only 3,000 Wh, it can support up to two B480 battery modules (4,800 Wh each) for a massive 12,600 Wh total capacity. This enables the NA300 to provide a constant supply of electricity for several days, allowing for solar panel recharging. The sodium-ion solar generator includes four 20A plugs and one 30A L14-30 output powered by pure sine wave inverter. Furthermore, the NA300 provides a 240 V, 6,000 W connection to another NA300 through BLUETTI Fusion Box as well as IoT app remote control. Using 6,000 W rapid AC + PV dual charging, the product can be recharged from 0 per cent to 80 per cent in about 30 minutes. In temperature conditions as low as -20 °C, the NA300 and B480 sodium-ion batteries will have a capacity retention rate of over 85 per cent and a system integration efficiency of over 80 per cent.
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