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Renogy Unveils Phoenix All-in-One Solar Powered Generator Briefcase

by Paul Strauss
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Do you do lots of work outside? How about camping? Unless you carry around a diesel generator, it’s tough to ensure you have electricity wherever you go. Enter Renogy’s Phoenix, a briefcase-sized portable energy source, that can juice up with the power of the sun.

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The Phoenix combines a 16 Ah lithium-ion battery pack with a pair of monocrystalline solar panels. That big battery pack can recharge a GoPro 47 times, an iPhone 6S 32 times, a DSLR camera 25 times, or even a laptop up to 5 times.

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The 12.8 pound briefcase has a variety of power outputs, including four USB ports (6A max), a 12VDC cigarette lighter output, two 12V DC connectors, and a 110 V AC power outlet.

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Every 2.5 hours of sun exposure can provide 100 watts of recharge to each solar panel, while plugging the pack into an AC outlet will juice it up in just 5 hours, or 7.5 hours connected to your car. The Renogy Phoenix is available for an introductory price of $599(USD) over on Amazon.

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