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PPS2000W01 Portable Power Station

No more worries about being outdoors or having a power outage. With 2150Wh capacity and up to 2100W AC output, PPS2000W01 always keeps you charged at any on-the-go moment. Featuring 100W USB-C PD, 2100WAC power ouUet and USB-A charging ports, PPS2000W01 provides 17 outputs that can charge multiple devices or appliances simultaneously and efficiently. With premium battery and PowerSafe management. Btagiat: Portable Power Station PPS2000W01 is your most reliable and safe power solution anytime, anywhere.
ATTENTION
A. The specifications and the pictures in this manual are for reference only.
B. The product is perfect for off-grid power needs or backup power for emergency situations.
C. Actual AC outlet and AC adapter will be different depending on the locations of the customer.
D. Tb maximize the battery life, please fully charge the product before using it for the first time.

Get To Know Your Product
1. QuickGuide

1. Aviation Output2. Power Button
3. LCD Touch Screen4. AC Output x 6
5. Aviation Input6. AC Adapter Input
7. Wireless Charging8. USB-A Output
9. USB-A 18W10. 12V DC Charging Port
11. DC 5521 Output12. Output PD100W

Charging Your Product

ATTENTION
If the ambient temperature is too high or the battery temperature is higher than 60°C due to continuous high-power discharge, the product cannot be charged. When the battery temperature is less than 55 °C, the charging function will automatically resume. If the battery is not used for a long time, the battery should be stored in a dry and ventilated room with an ambient temperature of 0~35 °C for more than 3 months, and the battery should be charged to 50%~80%.
1. LCD Battery Display
As you use your product, segments will disappear from the display, indicating the remaining charge. When charging your product you will notice a battery segment blinking at a 1 second interval status. Once your product is fully charged, all battery segments will be lit and remain solid.
2. Charge Through Solar Panel

A. PIace your solar panel where it will get as much strong direct sunlight as possible.
B. Connect the output port of the solar panel with the input port of the product to start charging. You will know the product is being charged when the LCD displays the charging percentages on the screen. The product is fully charged when displays 100%.

Notes:
The actual charging efficiency can vary widely depending on weather, ambient temperature, sunlight, and the angle that the solar panel faces to the direct sunlight and other factors. The maximum output voltage of the solar panel should not exceed 145V. In order to ensure solar charging efficiency, it is recommended to use solar panels with an open circuit voltage of 10-145V. The maximum current can reach 15A.
3. Charge Through AC Adapter

4. Charge Through Your Car

Plug the adapter (optional) into it's DC input port and you will see the state of charge displayed in the screen.
Notes:
A. The product is fully charged when battery displays 100% capacity on the screen. After the product is fully charged, please unplug the AC wall charger as soon as possible.
B. Usually, it takes about 5 hours to fully charge the machine using the original power adapter.

4. Charge Through Your Car

A.Plug the car charger into the 12 V DC Charging Port of your car, and then plug into the DC input port of the machine. B.The original car charger features a 10A protector tube to protect your car. C.The product is fully charged when the battery displays 100% capacity on the screen.
5. Charge Through Lead-Acid Battery

A. Take proper precautions whenever handling a Lead-acid battery. Wear protective eye glasses and gloves to protect youreelf from any acid that may leak from the battery.
B. Connect the charger's red positive (+) cable damp to the positive (+) post.
C. Secure the black negative (-) cable clamp to the negative (-) post.
D. Plug the charger into the Aviation input socket.

Notes:
To avoid car battery power loss, you should charge this product through your 12V DC Charging Port only when your car engine is started.This function is for 12Vcars ONLY
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Protection mode (DC input)
A. Due to the different models of cars, it may not be fully charged.
B. Under-voltage protection: The power generator can't be charged if the voltage of your car is too low.
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6. AC+DC Dual Charging
Plug your AC and DC charger to speed up charging.

4. Charge Through Your Car

a. PV/ Other Charging Display
b. BMS Info
c. Date/ Time
d. DC Load Info

e. DC ON/OFF Switch
f. AC ON/ OFF Switch
g. Adapter Charging Display
h. AC Load Info

A. Press the power button to tum the machine on. Press again to turn the machine off.
B. lap the switch on the screen in the homepage to tum your output mode ON/ OFF.
2. USB Output Function

—— USB-Ax2:5V DC, 3A; 15W total
—— QC3.0 USBx2:5V DC, 3A; 9V DC, 2A; 12V DC, 1.5A
—— PD Type-C Port: 5/9/12/15V DC, 3A; 20V DC, 5A

When two USB-A 5V/3A ports are used simultaneously, the two ports can only output 5V/3A total, so it cannot enter the fast charging mode.

3. DC Outputs

—— DC OUTPUT 12V/10A

A. The 12V DC Charging Port and The DC5521 (5.5mm in diameter) 11.2-14.6V ports offer max 10A output current and automatically distributes max current according to the external connected devices to ensure shortest charging time.
B. The DC5521 port can be connected with a 12V DC Charging Port (power requires no more than 120 W)-
Notes:
If the output DC and USB of the product are greater than 32A at the same time, the buzzer alarms after the product runs for three minutes. The LCD error code is E11. If the alarm lasts for 30 seconds and is not cleared, the product will forcibly shut down the DC output to reduce the total DC output current and ensure the safety of the product. In vehicle charging mode, when the voltage of the charging port is lower than 11.2V, the charging function will stop charging to avoid over-discharge of vehicle power.
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Protection mode (DC outputs)
Short circuit protection: when short-circuit occurs to the external devices, the machine starts beeping and stops charging.
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Product Specifications Battery

BatteryLiFePO4 Battery
Battery Capacity2150Wh, 51.2VDC, 42000mah
Lifecycles3000 Cycles to 80% Capacity
Battery MaintenanceCharge Every 3-6 Months

Port (Output)

USB-Ax25V DC, 3A; 15W total
QC3.0 USB*25V DC, 3A; 9V DC 2A;
12V DC, 1.5A
PD Type-C Port5/9/12/15V DC, 3A;
20V DC, 5A
DC 5521x212 V, 10A total
Car Charging12 V, 10A total
RV/  Aviations Sockets12V, 30A
Wireless Chargingx25/7.5/10V DC, 15W*2
AC Outputx6100V AC, 2000W total;
110V AC, 2100W total

Charging (Input)

Solar Charging10-145V DC, 15A,
900W Max
Car Charging11-28.8V, 8.2A
Battery Charging11-28.8V, 8.2A

General

WeightAbout 66.1 lbs/30 kg
Dimensions17.3x11.6x15.3 in
Discharge Temp-4-104°F (-20-40°C)
Charge Temp32-104°F (0-40°C)

Cold Weather Usage
Cold temperatures can affect the product's battery capacity due to chemical characteristics of the battery. If you are living off grid in sub-zero conditions, it is recommended to keep your product in an insulated cooler, and connected to a power source (12V car/AC adapter/solar panel). The natural heat generated by the product contained in an insulated cooler will keep battery capacity at its highest level.
Disposal And Recycle
This product should not be disposed of along with household waste. Please dispose or recycle this product and the battery inside according to the local rules and regulations.
Battery Information
This product has an internal, non-removable, LiFePO4 Rechargable battery. Do not attempt to remove the battery, as you may damage the device.

Error Code

CodeCausesSolutions
001PV Over VoltagePlease check if the open circuit voltage of solar panels exceeds the input voltage standard of the power station.
004DC Output Short CircuitPlease disconnect the appliances on DC output ports.
005Adapter Over VoltagePlease check that the adapter output voltage meets the specification. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
006Adapter Low VoltagePlease check that the adapter output voltage meets the specification. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit
007Adapter Relay ErrorClear the alarm history or restart the unit.
008Adapter Over CurrentPlease check that the adapter output voltage meets the specification. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
010USB/TYPE-C Over CurrentPlease disconnect the appliances on USB ports. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
01112V/10A Over CurrentPlease disconnect the appliances on DC 12V/10A ports. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
01212V/30A Over CurrentPlease disconnect the appliances on DC 12V/30A ports. Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
014DC Start FailureClear the alarm history or restart the unit.
015DC Output Relay ErrorClear the alarm history or restart the unit.
016Bus Start FailureClear the alarm history or restart the unit.
017Inverter Start FailureTurn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
018Bus Low VoltageTurn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
019Bus High VoltageTurn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
020Inverter Low VoltagePlease check if the output of the load meets the specifications of the unit. Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
021Inverter High VoltagePlease check if the output of the load meets the specifications of the unit. Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
022Inverter Low FrequencyPlease check if the output of the load meets the specifications of the unit Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
023Inverter High FrequencyPlease check if the output of the load meets the specifications of the unit Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact the dealer if the error still exists.
025Battery High VoltagePlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
026Battery Low VoltagePlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
027Battery UnconnectedPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
028Fan ErrorClean or replace the fan to ensure proper ventilation. Please contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
029NTC ErrorLeave the unit at the recommended temperature few hours to recover. Please contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
030Calibration ErrorPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
031Inverter Over LoadPlease disconnect the load to make sure the output power of the loads meet the limit of the unit. Click to clear the alarm history.
032Inverter Short CircuitPlease disconnect the load to make sure the load has been connected properly. Click to clear the alarm history.
033DSP Communication ErrorPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
034BMS Communication ErrorPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
035EEPROM Read_write ErrorPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
036Parameters of Control Module ErrorReset the configurations on "Settings". Please contact the dealer if the power station have not been recovered after rebooting.
041BMS Temperature ErrorPlease store the power station at the recommended temperature and leave it until the temperature inside is back to the normal standard.
042BMS Over VoltagePlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
043BMS Low VoltagePlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
044BMS Over CurrentPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
045BMS Pre-charge FailurePlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
046BMS Output Short CircuitPlease contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit
051, 053, AC Output ,
USB/TYPE-C/PD Locked
Disconnect the load to make sure the output power of the loads meet the limit of the unit Please contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
054, 05512V10A, 12V30A LockedDisconnect the load to make sure the output power of the loads meet the limit of the unit Please contact the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.

Frequently Asked Questions


Q1: The temperature of the adapter is getting high when I charge, is that alright?
A: It's totally normal for the adapter to get warm, because of the heat produced in circuit during charging.

Q2: Why did the unit automatically shutdown with my appliance connected?
A: The “ECO MODEH (default) is set to shut down the unit when the AC output of the unit is lower than 50W in 4 hours for power saving.

Q3: What causes the cooling fan not to launch?
A: With the excellent heat dissipation design, the cooling fan will only launch when the total loads exceeds 30% of the rated output.

Q4: Can I charge and discharge the power station simultaneously?
 A: Yes, it is supported, but not recommended in order to protect the lifespan of battery.

Q5: How to claim the warranty?
A: Please refer to the warranty card or the official website for further warranty policy.

Abbreviation Explain

DC/AC = Direct Current / Alternating Current

BMS = Battery Management System

PV = Photovoltaic (Solar Power)

CS = Charging State

Frequently Asked Questions

1 x2150 Wh Portable Power Station

1 x Solar Charging Cable (XT90 to MC4)

1 x XT90 to Aviation Plug (Input)

1 x Car Charging Cable (Car Plug to XT90)

1 x Aviation Plug to XT60 (Output)

1 xXT60 to Anderson Plug (Output)

1 x USB-C to USB-C Cable

1 x AC-DC Adapter (Optional)

1 x User Manual

Caution

1. Do not short-circuit the product. To avoid short-circuiting, keep the product away from all metal objects.
2. Do not heat the product, or dispose of it in fire, water or other liquids. Keep it away from the high ambient temperature. Do not expose the product to direct sunlight
3. Keep the product away from humid, dusty places.
4. Do not disassemble or reassemble this product.
5. Do not drop, place heavy objects, or trample on this product.
6. This product is not intended to be used by a person with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities.
7. Please keep this product away from children.
8. Do not cover the product with towels, clothing and other items.
9. Do not overcharge this product.
10. When fully charged, disconnect the product from the power source immediately.
11. If you are not going to use this product for a long time, please disconnect the cable before storing it.
12. To charge some portable electronic devices, you may need to set those devices in charge mode first. Refer to the corresponding user manual of those devices for confirmation.
13. Do not pull the socket cover of the 12V DC Charging Port too hard, the tether could break.

Pure Sine Wave Output

This product generates pure sine wave, which is compatible with AC electric appliance that works with Sinusoidal wave form (power < 2000W). The product is perfect for off-grid power needs or backup power for emergency situations. However, it cannot replace the standard DC or AC power supply for household appliances.

Warranty

Our company provides customers with warranty of 12 months from the date of purchase. Customer Service:energizer@iittechnology.com


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