Difference Between Outdoor Power Supply and Generator


Compared with the outdoor power supply, the generator has many differences in fuel, electric energy, noise, etc. They look like the same kind of equipment, both for power supply, but they are completely different equipment. Now let's discuss it.

Difference between outdoor power supply and generator

The power of the outdoor power supply is the electric energy stored in the electric cell. And generators usually use gasoline as fuel to generate electricity. The power supply can charge the built-in lithium battery through solar energy, while the generator does not have a charging function.

The generator power is relatively large. In general, the power of generators is often greater than that of outdoor power sources. However, as the specifications vary from product to product, high-performance outdoor power supplies can also provide power as powerful as generators.

The power supply has low noise. Due to the structure of the power supply, there is no great noise during charging and power supply. The generator is quite noisy.

With a power supply, you can operate safely without worrying about the surrounding environment. Because no exhaust gas is emitted during operation, you can safely use it indoors or outdoors. The generator uses gasoline as the fuel, which will emit waste gas when generating electricity, so it is not suitable for indoor use.

The outdoor power supply is easier to maintain. For energy storage power supply, it is recommended to charge it every six months. The charge is maintained at 60% to 80%. Keep in a well ventilated place away from high temperatures and humidity. If the generator is not used for more than 30 days, all gasoline shall be removed. If gasoline is left in it, it may be blocked due to fuel deterioration.