Bluetti Générateur Électrique Portable EB55 Avec Panneau Solaire PV120

  • Découvrez le générateur solaire portable BLUETTI EB55 accompagné du panneau solaire PV120, un allié puissant pour vos activités en extérieur telles que le camping et les voyages. Ce combiné offre une solution d'énergie renouvelable efficace et facilement transportable.
Bluetti Générateur Électrique Portable EB55 Avec Panneau Solaire PV120

Table des matières

  • Présentation du Générateur Électrique Portable BLUETTI EB55
  • Caractéristiques du BLUETTI EB55
  • Notre avis sur le BLUETTI EB55
  • Comment Optimaliser Votre Expérience avec le BLUETTI EB55
  • Pourquoi Choisir un Générateur Solaire pour vos Aventures
  • Conseils de Maintenance pour votre BLUETTI EB55
Bluetti Générateur Électrique Portable EB55 Avec Panneau Solaire PV120

Bluetti Générateur Électrique Portable EB55 Avec Panneau Solaire PV120

Note du produit: 4/5 (13 avis)

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Présentation du Générateur Électrique Portable BLUETTI EB55

Le générateur solaire portable BLUETTI EB55 représente une avancée technologique significative pour les amateurs de plein air. Avec sa batterie LiFePO4 de 537Wh et son panneau solaire PV120 de 120W, ce kit vous garantit une alimentation énergétique fiable et durable. Sa capacité à se recharger de 0 à 80% en seulement 3 heures grâce à l'énergie solaire en fait un équipement des plus efficaces. De plus, il est conçu pour convenir à diverses utilisations avec ses 11 sorties polyvalentes incluant une prise PD 100W pour une charge ultra-rapide, un chargeur sans fil, et de multiples ports pour tous vos appareils. Sa petite taille, équivalente à celle d'une boîte à lunch, et son poids de seulement 16,5 livres le rendent parfait pour voyager légèrement sans sacrifier vos besoins en énergie. L'achat de ce kit générateur solaire comprend tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour vous lancer, y compris une garantie de 24 mois et un service clientèle dévoué.

Caractéristiques du BLUETTI EB55

  • Batterie LiFePO4 de 537Wh: Performances durables et fiables.
  • Capacités de recharge solaire et AC: Rapidité de recharge impressionnante.
  • Portabilité maximale: Taille compacte et poignée pliable pour un transport aisé.
  • Multiples sorties polyvalentes: Adaptation à différents appareils et utilisations.
  • Construction durable: Conçu pour résister aux rigueurs de l'utilisation en extérieur.

Notre avis sur le BLUETTI EB55

Le BLUETTI EB55 s'avère être un choix judicieux pour ceux qui recherchent un moyen efficace et écologique de maintenir leurs appareils chargés en déplacement. Avec sa technologie de batterie LiFePO4 de pointe, il offre une durée de vie prolongée et une meilleure stabilité par rapport aux générateurs traditionnels. La possibilité de le recharger par l'énergie solaire ou en alternance avec l'alimentation secteur constitue un avantage notable, rendant le EB55 idéal pour une utilisation en zones reculées ou en cas de pannes de courant. Son design compact et léger le rend particulièrement attrayant pour les voyageurs et les campeurs. Nous recommandons ce produit aux personnes qui privilégient une mobilité sans compromis sur l'autonomie énergétique. Il est particulièrement adapté à ceux qui investissent dans des solutions d'énergies renouvelables et cherchent à réduire leur empreinte carbone.

Comment Optimiser Votre Expérience avec le BLUETTI EB55

Profiter pleinement de votre générateur solaire signifie comprendre comment l'utiliser de façon optimale. Pour le BLUETTI EB55, cela implique de maximiser l'efficacité de la recharge solaire en plaçant le panneau PV120 dans une orientation optimale par rapport au soleil. Il convient également d'évaluer soigneusement vos besoins en énergie afin de planifier la charge de vos appareils pour éviter la surcharge. En privilégiant des appareils dotés de consommation énergétique faible ou modérée, vous pourrez profiter plus longuement de l'énergie stockée.

Pourquoi Choisir un Générateur Solaire pour vos Aventures

Les générateurs solaires comme le BLUETTI EB55 sont de plus en plus appréciés pour les aventures en extérieur grâce à leur autonomie et leur durabilité. Contrairement aux combustibles fossiles, l'énergie solaire est une ressource inépuisable qui ne génère pas d'émissions nocives. De plus, l'indépendance énergétique qu'ils offrent est essentielle dans des zones isolées où l'accès au réseau électrique est limité ou inexistant.

Conseils de Maintenance pour votre BLUETTI EB55

Pour assurer la longévité de votre BLUETTI EB55, il est crucial de suivre quelques conseils de maintenance. Veillez à le stocker dans un endroit sec et tempéré, à éviter toute exposition prolongée à des températures extrêmes et à le recharger régulièrement. Il est également recommandé de nettoyer les panneaux solaires pour maintenir leur efficacité, ainsi que de vérifier régulièrement les connecteurs et câbles.

Note du produit: 4/5 (13 avis)

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Avis de nos clients

Commenté en France le 9 juin 2023

BonjourAcheter pour faire du camping sauvage cette station convient parfaitement pour recharger smartphone et lampe rechargeable, alimentation d une glacière électrique.Les inconvénients majeurs et que le modèle EB 55 et un peu juste au niveau autonomie batterie et le prix de cette station et assez élevé par rapport à la concurrence.Sincères salutations

Commenté en France le 8 juin 2022

Les sorties AC output 220v-240v sont déjà en panne. Elle se mettent en court-circuit (indicateur lumineux SHORT en rouge dès que l'on branche un appareil). J'attends une réponse du vendeur Bluetti à mon message...[Edit] Bluetti m'a annoncé hier changer le produit sous garantie[Edit 2] Reçu ce jour une nouvelle EB55 neuve de la part de Bluetti[Édit 3] Roadtrip de 5 semaines en van et utilisation au domicile sur panneau solaire. Fonctionne parfaitement ! Précision sur le port USB-C 100W : il est à la norme USB-PD (Power Delivery), cela fonctionne avec la plupart des ordinateurs portables tel que HP, mais vous ne pourrez pas recharger rapidement les téléphones qui possèdent leur propre norme de charge rapide (Oneplus, Xiaomi, Oppo, iPhone, etc.) Mon OP8T ne charge qu'à 17W maximum, il faut utiliser le chargeur d'origine sur la sortie AC 230V pour obtenir la charge rapide de 65W.

Commenté en France le 21 juin 2022

Dans l'ensemble bon produit, un peu trop cher. Visualisation des poucentages de charge et décharge par tranches de 20%, ç' aurait été mieux par tranches de 10%. A l'essai avec le capteur SP200 : Soleil = 110/150watts. Nuageux = 35/50 watts. Si c'était à refaire j'aurais opté pour un modèle supérieur surtout pour ce qui concerne le plafond de 650/700 watts si appareil connecté non adapté.

Commenté en France le 25 novembre 2023

Je l'est acheter pour l'autonomie grosse erreur pas plus autonome que un pile encore la pile est charger,la charge 40 %à la livraison puis j'ai voulu charger en voiture ne fonctionne pas puis sur secteur consommation 200watt mais ne charge pas panneau solaire 1% puis me dit 0

Commenté en France le 26 mars 2023

Commandé pour faire fonctionner un poêle à granulés de 300 w en cas de coupure de courant. L'appareil est incapable de fournir les 750 w nécessaires en crête ( pendant 2 secondes) malgré une puissance annoncée de 1400 w en crête. Donc retour chez bluetti et achat d'une Ecoflow River max 2 avec son boost jusqu'à 1000w aucuns problèmes pour démarrer mon poêle à granulés

Commenté en France le 22 février 2023

L'EB55 ne fourni pas 80% des 537Wh (430Wh) tel qu'indiqué mais seulement 285Wh (Une lampe de 40W ne fonctionne que 9h40) et tout cela vérifié avec un power-meter.

Commenté en France le 27 octobre 2022

Ce générateur dépanne vraiment génial

Commenté en France le 22 août 2022

J’ai decidé de donner une chance à la marque pour les batteries LFP (en priant que la longevité soit reelle) en choisissant le EB55.En bref . Ce produit va à l’essentiel, vous n’avez qu’à brancher et allumer. Aucun reglage ou modification possible. Pas d’applications, options et autres trucs à la mode "smartphone". Si vous cherchez pleins de truc connectés, arretez de lire mon commentaire, le EB55 n’est pas pour vous. Tout est au minimalisme (même l'affichage du niveau de charge l’est par des barres de tranche de 20% et non des chiffres).Maintenant voilà mon expérience du eb55. J’ai ete déjà RAVI d’une livraison avec 10 jours d’avance et bien emballé !!!Positif : - Semble respecter la description de Amazon Fr, W, Wh, prises, etc...- L’alim secteur ventilé pour evité la surchauffe.- Appareil est silencieux tant qu’il n’est pas trop solicité en decharge, mais il sait lui aussi ventiler en cas de besoin.- simple d’utilisation (à part on/off des sorties, du mode eco, et le choix 50/60Hz), aucune option ou appli. Ça limite beaucoup la présence d’onde électromagnétique une fois la charge sans fil désactivé.- la taille de 537Wh et la puissance de 700W semblent respectés.- poids relativement contenue malgré des "batteries plus lourdes"' La lampe très pratique, donnant une lumière diffuse sans "halo".- Le top, les batteries de type LFP qui avec une utilisation sans trop de stress sont sensées avoir une énorme longevité.Négatif : - l’appareil ne prend pas en compte sa propre consommation (environ 50w). Donc si une seule sortie est activée (meme si rien de branché), la batterie se vide de environ 50W/h. (Le mode économique evite cela mais si vous branché un truc de moins de 5w, le mode eco éteint l’appareil au bout d’un moment).- pas trouver de notice en Fr correcte.- pas trouver de logiciel ou appli afin d’avoir d’autres fonctions ou info en dehors de ceux de l’ecran (vu kil n’y a aucun moyen de communication... au moins ca evite les risques de piratage mais aussi de possible mise à jour en cas de bug ou de volonté d’amelioration le firware).- Le pire : l’alim secteur 230V fourni fait un bruit pas possible et de manière permanente. Une catastrophe !! Je vais tenter de contacter le SAV, car pour moi c’est "inutilisable" tellement c’est bruyant. Et si en plus le eb55 se sent solicité, lui aussi souffle bruyamment. (J’ai loupé les commentaires et essais sur le sujet, dommage sinon j’aurais choisi une autre marque ou un modèle bien + gros mais silencieux).Bilan : vous aimez avoir l’essentiel sans fleuriture, et adorez entendre le souffle des ventilateurs ? Et vous avez des tendances electrosensible? Alors ne cherchez plus, vous avez trouvez votre bonheur. Franchement sans cette alim bruyante je lui aurais mis 5 étoiles ! .Edit: Ayant reçu mes panneaux solaires qui me délivrent + de 110w. Pendant la charge le ventilateur (je ne parle pas de l’alim 230V) du EB55 fait un fort bruit permanent de déplacement d’air... Sûrement que c’est prévu comme ça, je vais devoir m’y faire ou mettre des boulles quies. Au moins l’air qui sort de l’Appareil n’est absolument pas chaud, si cela permet de préserver les batteries aux frais c’est un mal pour un bien...

Commenté aux États-Unis le 9 juin 2022

Its a great unit. Just generally speaking, LiFePO4 is the way to go with these power stations. The unit itself works well and is mostly in-spec, but I had to subtract two stars due to quirkiness, described below.(1) First, the DC MPPT IN with the car adapter is a bit squirmy because it has too-high a drop-out voltage (around 12.0V) when it should be more around 10.8V. This means that many car adapter power sources either won't work with it or they will only charge at relatively low rates. The input needs to be at least 14.6V to get decent charging wattage. The bluetti also appears to give up too easily, sometimes. In addition, it tends to force solar panel voltages way too low so I don't really think the MPPT is working property. I only get 80W out of two 100W panels wired in parallel. It pushes it down to 13V (instead of the optimal working voltage of 19V) and is only pulling 6A so its not like its at its amperage limit. Dissapointing.(2) The MPPT basically shorts the input for a short period of time when starting up. That causes it not to work with many potential power sources, including other power stations, wall-warts, USB-C-to-5.5 adapters, and so forth. It needs to start soft and slowly increase power deliver while seeking. This is a serious failing of the MPPT input. It also seems to force solar input voltages too low.(3) The supplied AC adapter will certainly charge the EB55 at 200W. Unfortunately, the little fan on the supplied AC adapter runs full bore 24x7, whether it is charging the EB55 or not. This is really annoying to say the least. Also note that this adapter eats 238W in order to supply 200W, meaning its only roughly 80% efficient (probably why it needs the fan). Not exactly high-end. (I have a solution to this down below).(4) The AC adapter input is more of a special-case than Bluetti lets on. I had to reverse engineer the sucker to understand what the heck it was actually doing. But once it is understood, it is possible to very efficiently charge the unit with other power sources.(5) The Bluetti own internal fan does a decent job staying off with modest output, but it will turn on when charging with the MPPT. The internal fan does not turn on due to charging via the AC adapter though, which is nice. It means a silent solution is possible. It would be nicer if the bluetti just left its internal fan on at inaudible but sufficient levels instead of cycling, though.(6) The USB C PD is only one way. The bluetti cannot be charged via the USB C (which is too bad).--So basically replacing bluetti's horrible AC adapter with your own power brick is doable, but because the bluetti's "adapter input" directly connects to the battery, whatever power supply you connect up MUST have active current limiting. Most power supplies, bricks, and wall adapters on Amazon DO NOT.In order to use the adapter input with anything other than bluetti's horrible brick, you need a power source in the (roughly) 23.8V to 27.5V range with active current limiting so you can (a) limit the current to 10A and (b) also limit the power to less than 200W. Since the adapter input is basically a direct connection to the battery, anything OTHER than that can short out the power source or cause havoc. The bluetti will give up (and NEVER retry) if the input voltage goes too low, current goes too high, or power exceeds 200W for too long.I have two recommendations. First, a fixed 24V (24.15V or so) power supply with adjustable current limiting which works quite well and is 94% efficient (I suggest setting the current limit to 175W or so):https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B09TQ5ZH5Z?ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details&th=1The second is a decent bench power supply (the HM310) which is around 88% efficient. The nice thing about the bench supply is that the default ON/OFF state can be set in case of power fail / repowering, and the controls can be locked, and bumping knobs doesn't blow you up even if not locked. And yes, it remembers the voltage and current settings too.https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B087TK6ZM2?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_detailsThe EB55 appears to have a 7s battery pack. For LiFePO4 the cells begin charging above 3.3V (x7 = 23.1V on the AC adapter input), and are fully charged at 3.55V (x7 = 24.85V). Any voltage over roughly 3.4V (x7 = 23.8V) will eventually get the battery up past 90%, even if at a trickle. Holding too high a voltage on the battery pack indefinitely (e.g. above 3.45V) is not good for the pack, however. So there is a narrow 'appropriate' voltage range for continuous load support.The trick to implementing decent pass-through charging and load support with a 24x7 load is to supply a voltage that can be maintained on the battery without overcharging it. This means around 3.40V to 3.45V per cell. Under normal adapter operation the bluetti will take the cells all the way to 3.55V and constantly cycle them to that voltage, which is really not that good for LiFePO4 cells.But holding them at around 3.40V to 3.45V per cell gives you the best of both worlds. Really a 3-for-1 deal. Your power supply can fully support the load, maintain the battery, trickle-charge it (potentially up to 95% or so), but will NOT overcharge the battery. So setting the power supply from between (x7) 23.8V to roughly 24.2V is perfect for load support, trickle charging, and yet not overcharging the battery pack.But as I said, there are some quirks. Even more quirks. Bluetti's algorithm for the adapter input is based on the current battery voltage. If you are ONLY charging the battery via the adapter input, everything is fine. You can use any voltage above around 23.6V. However, if you also have solar panels attached to the MPPT, the bluetti will attempt to charge the battery via the MPPT all the way to 3.55V/cell and when it does this, lower voltages on the adapter input can cause the bluetti to shut the port down entirely and never retry it, leaving you without AC support.I am using the EB55 right now as kind of a UPS :-). After replacing their horrible power brick with the one shown in the photo (the first one I reference above), the whole thing is silent as a lamb.--But I had to knock off 2 stars for the really bad charging algorithms (12VDC dropout on the MPPT input in horrible MPPT tracking), and the horrible brick they included. But the EB55 is still the best mid-sized power station I have been able to find so far. The others on the market, like the GoLabs R500, have extremely serious bugs that make them unusable. The EB55 is finicky but is a great work-horse.-Matt

Commenté aux États-Unis le 4 novembre 2023

It works and I feel very safe with it but it could use some updated features to make the user experience better. For instance state of charge is not shown in % it is shown by 4 or 5 blocks, solar charging input could be larger for faster charging, has an external charging brick for AC charging instead of internal AC charger. Just a dated power station but it does work pretty well and feel safe using it. Takes longer to charge than newer models with increased charging limits, that state of charge indicator is also dated, actually display is dated too. Quality product from a good brand but dated model.

Commenté aux États-Unis le 19 août 2021

This is my second Bluetti portable power station. I'm in a home with fairly small power needs in multiple rooms. I work from home, so I have to have all of my "office" technology up and running at all times. Well, I have a FIOS ONT box in one room, a router/modem in another room, and I generally use my laptop in yet a different room!Many people try to get the largest solar generator/power system they can afford, but my goal is to get the sizes that work to keep me working, even if that means I have to purchase a few of them. Eventually, I'll get one large enough for a power sucking fridge/freezer, but for now, my priorities are work.There are a lot of companies to choose from, but after doing a lot of research, I found that not only did Bluetti have great technology, but they also have great customer service when it counts. I've not had the need to test the customer service yet, as I've had ZERO issues with my units.The EB55 is very similar to the EB70, with a couple of small differences. The EB 55 has specs of 537WH/700W, which means I don't get quite as much time with it, but I do get the same amount of watts that can be pulled at the same time. That 700W is a great spec for the price!. The biggest thing that pushed me toward these new Bluetti units is the LiFePO4 batteries they are using. I love that the number of times you can charge the unit, via any of the methods, is 2500+. That is phenomenal! I can charge my unit every day and not worry about having to replace it for years!Now, about the charging....... it will accept up to 400watts to charge it, so that means I can charge it FAST! I have one of the Bluetti SP200 solar panels, and I plan to get a second one when I can afford it. I should be able to charge this puppy up in about 2 hours with the second panel. One of the biggest differences with this unit is the ability to charge using two chargers if you have you them, and an adapter. I intend to get the adapter, as I have the charger from the EB70 that should work also. I want to be able to fast charge if I know a power outage is possible and I want to be able to fast charge during a power outage. The EB55 will let me do both.I'm not going to list all of the technical specs, because for people reading solar system reviews, you should have already done your homework on how they work and what you are looking for. I can't stress enough that you should watch video after video after video from reputable Youtubers before you jump into the solar field. There's a lot of information to absorb, and most people need some time to absorb it.PROS:LiFePO4 battery - great life cycle with this700wattsFast charging with two input ports - this is a huge improvement over any other manufacturer4 AC ports - this is a big plus for a unit this sizeNice light on the back side - this was an improvement over the EB70Wireless charging on top of unit (I don't use it, but many people would)Reputable manufacturer - High value with this feature. Many others don't even reply to you, based on reviews I've readCONS:Not horrible, but the battery gauge is just a bar system that jumps by 20% increments, instead of telling you exactly how much power you have remaining in your unitOVERALL:Would I purchase again? You bet I would? And I probably will. This is a great portable solar power station and living in Florida, I'm grateful to have it.

Commenté aux États-Unis le 17 août 2021

Let me start off by saying I purchased Bluetti EB55 for a recent camping trip in which this was the primary source of power for my Dometic fridge. I made sure to fully charge this the day I received it and it provided power the fridge running for the weekend, not to mention other electronics such as a few Samsung phones, an iPhone, USB powered Moto walkie talkies, and a DJI drone.I did a lot of research and what I wanted was a solar generator in the 500wh range mainly due to size and weight- something light enough to carry and capable of powering camping equipment for a few days (not to mention to use for emergencies).The EB55 provides enough power to fill my needs as I was down to 20% on a 2-day camping trip while powering all of my equipment. What's great is that it supports pass-through charging so on the trip back, I left it plugged into the car's 12v lighter outlet to recharge while on the drive home.The EB55 gives you plenty of ways to recharge your electronics. It is the only 500wh solar generator on the market (that I know of) that provide 4 ac outlets, 4 USB-A ports, 1 100w PD USB-C port, a 12v outlet, and a wireless 15w charger at the top. If you have an electronic device, this will be able to power/recharge it.What's funny was my friend forgot their iPhone charger (I'm a Samsung guy and always have my cables with me) and we were able to use the wireless charger at the top to charge their phone, which was a life saver.The design of the EB55 was another reason why I decided to purchase this. The EB55 is shaped like a box, with a foldable handle, and the handle is completely flush when in the collapsed position which allows you to stack or place things on top of it- something you can't do on one of the major competitors in which will remain nameless.Another thing I like about this EB55 is that it uses Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries. The benefits to this are they allow up to 2500 full charges to 80% capacity (regular Lithium Ion batteries only provide 800 charges to 80% capacity) not to mention they are safer, too, in exchange for it being slightly heaver. But what you're also getting is something that you can use that has a very long shelf life and may also cut down on waste as you will not be replacing the unit as often as other brands.If I had to say the one negative about the device (which is really nitpicking) is the display and that it does not show you the exact percentage of power remaing. It actually displays in 20% increments up to 100%. The issue here is when you are down to the final 20%, you won't know if you're at around 20% or 1% left. But given the excpetional value, price of the unit and what capabilities it has, this, for me, can be easily forgiven.Pros:-Lots and lots of ways to power/charge your devices-Collapsible handle with a flat top-15w wireless charger-700w pure sine wave inverter with a 500wh battery-Lithium Iron Phosphate battery type = 2500+ full charges to 80% battery life-Useable LED light in the back that can be usefull for emergencies or camping-4 power outlets-1 100W power delivery USB-C portCon:-Display only shows 20% increments for remaining powerOverall- One of the best, if not the best, solar generators on the market.. you get A LOT of value for the money in the 500w segment capped off by a company (Bluetti) who seems to keep pushing the envelope and innovating the market which in turn will make my next solar generator purchase be another Bluetti.. the AC200max!

Commenté aux États-Unis le 10 décembre 2022

Having been using this for just over 2 months now I can say that owning a portable electric power station opens up a lot of possibilities, especially when it is as light and compact as this one.Purchase mainly to power 2 laptops and various mobile devices while dry camping in our travel trailer, I am excited to put this through its paces on an upcoming trip where we will need to be able to work for a few hours during the day.In the meantime we have used it for various simple tasks around the house and have used it instead of a wall outlet to charge our laptops and tablets to get a fill for how long they will last.A plus for this station is the ability to use while recharging which we will do via solar.While I am still figuring out how long it will last while running our computers, and if we will have enough juice to power a tv for a little while at night remains to be seen, but that is somewhat irrelevant to this review since larger capacity stations can be purchased. Of course a larger capacity battery would last far longer but for price and size, this seemed like a good starting point.I appreciate the display showing how much power is both being generated during a recharge and how much is being drawn by devices you have plugged in.Build quality is solid and the unit does not feel overly fragile. The lightweight compact size makes it very easy to move around and keep out of the way. The handle too does not feel like it will snap off.A few things that I would prefer to be different:The current battery gauge leaves some to be desired. It would be much better to display a % value than a gauge with 20% increments. A drop from 40% (almost half capacity) to 20% without much insight is not great if you plan to use this for more than recreational use.If you need to depend on having power you probably want something with more in-depth insight into how much capacity you have remaining.Beyond that I do not have anything negative to say about this and that is the only reason I did not put this at 5 stars.The AC charger is quite loud, but I assume that is the nature of being able to charge the power station quickly, which no doubt generates a fair amount of heat.One additional point I will add but is not really a negative but more an idea would be that it would be nice if there were some kind of spots to attach a strap or bungee to, to hold it down. Another use I will have for this is on off-road trips in my Jeep and things bounce around quite a bit on the trail. It would be nice to be able to secure this.Overall I look forward to having this available for outdoor adventures and the occasional power outage to keep a few things going even just temporarily.