At IFA 2022, Zendure presented a new modular and expandable power station that can also be charged via solar energy. The Zendure Superbase V has a maximum capacity of up to 64 kWh.
Zendure Superbase V introduced
With the Zendure Superbase V, the manufacturer from China has officially unveiled its most powerful mobile power station to date at IFA 2022. The device is modular and scalable and already offers a capacity of up to 6.4 kWh with the base station.
Combined with two base units and eight battery packs, the total capacity even reaches up to 64 kWh and that with an impressive power of 7,600 watts. That’s enough power to run a normal home, including a washer, dryer, heater, refrigerator and more.
Dual Voltage technology also makes the power station compatible with 110-120 volt appliances, as well as 230 V European appliances. A seamless UPS also ensures that in the event of a power outage, the energy storage system will kick in without delay to keep the power flowing.
When it comes to rechargeable batteries, SBV is relying not only on LiFePO4 but also on new types of semi-solid-state batteries, which offer more than 228 Wh/kg and thus provide up to 42 percent more energy than lithium iron phosphate batteries (LiFePO4). They are also said to be particularly safe and durable.
With its own battery management software, the manufacturer promises a service life of 10 years or more. In addition, unlike Bluetti’s AC product line, for example, a battery is already installed.
Charging at up to 5,900 watts
Charge the Zendure Superbase V on demand even from multiple sources. If you combine socket or EV charger for electric cars (each up to a maximum of 3,600 watts) with a solar panel, charging powers of up to 5,900 watts are possible at peak.
Depending on the model, the SBV weighs in at 59 kg (semi-solid state battery) or 55 kg and can be quickly repositioned thanks to motorized wheels and a convenient extendable handle. There are a total of 14 ports to choose from, plus the ability to control the power station via voice and receive real-time notifications by voice, while a smartphone app allows for more precise adjustments.
Price and Availability
The Zendure Superbase V is initially scheduled to go on sale via Kickstarter on September 20, 2022. Pricing-wise, with a $100 down payment for the LiFePO4 battery variant, it will go for $1,999 thanks to a discount. The manufacturer’s regular MSRP is $2,499. More details can be found on the homepage of Zendure.