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Hands-on: Promate Technologies Mighty Emergency Power Station




We reviewed the Promate 240 Indoor Power Station last year and we do like its set of features and portability. It’s not exactly a traditional generator but more like a pumped up power bank. This time around, let’s take a look at the Promate Technologies Mighty Emergency Power Station.

To begin with, this emergency power station is basically a large Li-Polymer battery cell with a capacity of 60000mAh. But, it’s no ordinary power bank like the ones we put in our bags. This thing is of similar size with good old UPS from desktop PCs before. It got an aluminum enclosure and features overheating plus short-circuit protection.

The device has a number of ports including a universal AC socket, dual DC output, and also a pair of USB charging ports. With these ports, you can use the power station for just about any small appliances.

As listed in the manual, you can run 200W/230V appliances such as lights, fans, laptops, TVs, and game consoles via the AC socket. The dual DC ports support 12V on each with a max load of 60W combined. The USB ports can do the job of any USBs for charging mobile devices with a max capacity of 5V 3.1A.

At the other side, there’s a spinning fan to keep things cool when you’re already using the battery for so long. Full charging time ranges between 7 to 8 hours.

Lastly, there’s a bundled universal car socket for you to be able to use your car accessories with the power station. Ideally, you can keep the emergency power station in your car to have a spare power whenever needed.

The Promate Mighty Emergency Power Station retails in the Philippines for Php19,995.

Promate Mighty Emergency Power Station specs:
Battery capacity: 60000mAh / 3.7V
Battery type: Li-Polymer
Input: 15V/4.5A
USB output: 5V 3.1A (max)
AC socket output: 230V
DC socket output: 12V x2 (Max: 60W)
Charging time: 7-8 hours



This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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4 Responses

  1. fyi says:

    This review is more like a advertisement than a review. There is not testing and results section. Could get this review off the box.

  2. fyi says:

    This is what comes up on Google.
    “We reviewed the Promate 240 Indoor Power Station last year and we do like its set of features and portability”
    “This time around, let’s take a look at the Promate Technologies Mighty Emergency Power Station.”
    The cherry on top the title of this article
    “Hands-on:”

    Like i said, Could of gotten this Hands-on review off the side of the box.

  3. fyi says:

    This is what comes up on Google.

    “We reviewed the Promate 240 Indoor Power Station last year and we do like its set of features and portability”
    “This time around, let’s take a look at the Promate Technologies Mighty Emergency Power Station.”

    The cherry on top the title of this article

    “Hands-on: Promate Technologies Mighty Emergency Power Station”

    Like i said, Could of gotten this Hands-on review off the side of the box.

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