Portable battery stations can be used as backup power during an outage or emergency, for off-grid living, or just for short camping trips. Nitecore's NPS600 a sensible choice for any of those. It has a 594Wh capacity and a pure sine wave output of 300W with support for surges of 600W, or in layman's terms, enough to power a 200W blender for two hours, a 40W fan for 12.5 hours, or recharge an iPhone 12 Pro 51 times. Charging options include 110V AC, 4x USB-A with one QC 3.0, PD USB-C port, 12V DC, and 12V cigarette lighter outputs, while it can recharge via an AC adapter, car charger, or by solar panel via a dedicated port. A real-time backlit LCD display makes checking on its status easy even at night, and multiple safety measures guard against overcharging, overcurrent, short circuits, and over-discharge. Its ABS and aluminum shell is fireproof and is easy to move about thanks to a robust built-in handle.
Cell: 21700 Li-ion Batteries / Capacity: 594Wh (10.8V, 55Ah) (165000mAh) / DC Input: 14.4V-26V, up to 10A (160W max) / AC Output: 110V~2.75A 60Hz, Pure Sine Wave, 300W, 600W surge / Cig Lighter Port: 12V⎓10A; DC Output: 12V⎓10A (Total 120W max) / USB Output: 5V⎓2.4A, 12W max each port / USB QC Output: 5V⎓2.4A , 9V⎓2A 18W max / USB-C Output: 5V⎓3A , 9V⎓3A , 12V⎓3A , 15V⎓3A , 20V⎓3A 60W max / Operating Temperature: 14~104℉