Choosing A Camping Power Station
It only takes one time for your phone to run out of battery and you realize the importance of using a power bank for camping. Whether it's taking photos of local flora and fauna, setting an alarm for a hike at sunrise, or finding your way around for the drive home, you must have enough power to last until the end of the trip.
If you are still stressed about choosing a suitable camping battery, here are some guides that might be helpful.
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  1. Battery Size
The size of the camping battery you need while camping depends on the number and type of devices you need to charge, how long you plan to stay out, and whether you have a way to charge your power bank (such as solar panels or a solar generator).
  1. Outlet Options
If you just want to charge your phone, then a USB-A outlet and a matching cable is all you need. Not all power packs have AC outlets, so if you need an air pump or a laptop, stick with the overall best or best-functioning option. But if you want a more permanent and consistent light at night, or to charge your laptop, etc., or to power your electric blanket continuously throughout the night, you may need an outlet like the AC. There are also more power sources like the PPS320 Camping Power Station.
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  1. Voltage
Before you buy a camping power station, first look at what you want to charge during your camping trip. If you only want to charge your cell phone, you'll need much less voltage and probably less mAh than you'd use if you wanted to charge your laptop, CPAP machine, or electric cooler.
  1. Portability
Indeed, the Energizer camping power station is designed to be portable. More than a traditional generator, the foldable POWERWIN portable solar panel absorbs solar energy and stores it in the Energizer portable power station, creating a perfect solar system. For short camping, the PPS240 and PPS320 are your best choice.