Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240 - Batterie Au Lithium 240Wh

  • Achetez le Jackery Explorer 240, un générateur électrique portable pour toutes vos aventures en plein air. Ce modèle de batterie d'appoint au lithium de 240Wh, offre une alimentation propre grâce à son onduleur à onde sinusoïdale pure. Idéal pour le camping, les voyages et l'utilisation en extérieur.
Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240 - Batterie Au Lithium 240Wh

Table des matières

  • Présentation du Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240
  • Caractéristiques du Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240
  • Notre avis sur le Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240
  • Utilisation et performances
  • Durabilité et respect de l'environnement
  • Service client et garantie
Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240 - Batterie Au Lithium 240Wh

Générateur Électrique Portable Jackery Explorer 240 - Batterie Au Lithium 240Wh

Note du produit: 4/5 (13 avis)

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Présentation du générateur électrique portable Jackery Explorer 240

Caractéristiques du générateur électrique portable Jackery Explorer 240

  • Capacité de la batterie au lithium: 240Wh
  • Portabilité optimale: Poids léger de 3 kg et poignée solide
  • Multiples ports de recharge: 1 prise AC, 2 ports USB-A et 1 port de voiture 12V DC
  • Alimentation verte: Recharge possible via panneaux solaires Jackery SolarSaga
  • Certification environnementale: empreinte carbone TÜV SÜD

Notre avis sur le générateur électrique portable Jackery Explorer 240

Nous recommandons le Jackery Explorer 240 pour les personnes qui recherchent une source d'alimentation fiable et respectueuse de l'environnement pour leurs activités de plein air. Son format compact et léger le rend extrêmement facile à transporter. Le générateur fournit une énergie propre, grâce à son onduleur à onde sinusoïdale pure, idéal pour protéger vos appareils sensibles. Avec quatre ports destinés à une variété d'appareils, il répond aux besoins d'alimentation en camping ou lors d'urgence. La possibilité de recharger le générateur avec des panneaux solaires fait de l'Explorateur 240 un choix écoresponsable. La garantie de 36 mois et le service client réactif de Jackery garantissent un excellent suivi après l'achat.

Utilisation et performances

Le Jackery Explorer 240 excelle par sa facilité d'utilisation et ses performances. La centrale électrique portable se distingue par sa polyvalence, pouvant alimenter des appareils tels que smartphones, ordinateurs portables, caméras, et bien d'autres, ce qui en fait un compagnon indispensable pour les amateurs d'aventures en extérieur. Sa capacité de 240Wh garantit suffisamment de puissance pour une utilisation quotidienne modérée. Le contrôleur MPPT intégré optimise le chargement, ce qui est particulièrement utile en condition solaire variable. En somme, le Jackery Explorer 240 s'avère être un générateur performant et fiable pour diverses situations.

Durabilité et respect de l'environnement

Jackery démontre son engagement pour la durabilité et le respect de l'environnement à travers le générateur Explorer 240. En plus de son design fonctionnel et durable, le générateur est notable pour son potentiel d'énergie renouvelable. La possibilité de le recharger avec des panneaux solaires compatibles souligne l'orientation écologique de la marque, tout comme sa certification TÜV SÜD. En choisissant le Jackery Explorer 240, les utilisateurs contribuent à la réduction de leur empreinte carbone tout en profitant de l'assurance d'un produit de qualité.

Service client et garantie

Le service client Jackery est prêt à accompagner chaque client avec attention et professionnalisme. Disponible sept jours sur sept, l'entreprise s'engage à résoudre les problèmes de manière efficace et opportune. La garantie de 36 mois octroyée pour l'Explorer 240 renforce cette confiance, assurant aux acheteurs une sérénité sur le long terme quant à leur investissement dans cette solution d'alimentation portable de pointe.

Note du produit: 4/5 (13 avis)

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Commenté en France le 27 décembre 2022

Un peu plus chère que certaine marque avec la même puissance mais pas déçu de mon achat, bon rapport qualité prix, ma glacière à compression 45w tient un peux plus de 16h à 3 4 degrés à l'intérieur pour exemple. Manque plus qu'un panneau solaire pour être presque autonome.

Commenté en France le 1 novembre 2022

De petite taille, ce produit est idéal pour transporter facilement. Très bien emballé. Voilà les mesures ( 228Volts AC) / ( Pure sinus OK) .

Commenté en France le 13 avril 2023

Produit conforme à mes attentes

Commenté en France le 20 janvier 2023

Je l'utilise raccordé à son panneau solaire attitré. Me permet de recharger mes appareils portables et plus si nécessaire.

Commenté en France le 25 juillet 2022

Cette station compacte respire la qualité pour l’instant ! Utiliser en cas de coupures électriques avec un panneau photovoltaïque pour alimenter lumière USB-Smartphone-tablette- accu aspirateur. Expédition rapide et soignée par jackery france

Commenté en France le 31 août 2022

Je l'utilise pour piloter un téléscope. Le tout avec caméra refroidie. Elle fonctionné 6h consécutives. Charge rapide, beau design et qualité au rendez-vous.

Commenté en France le 22 août 2022

J'ai acheté cette batterie pour qu'elle prenne le relais de ma voiture sur ma glacière, elle tient une grosse nuit ensuite il faut la recharger c'est pas mal mais je m'attendais à mieux quand même.

Commenté en France le 8 septembre 2022

Ce générateur est top pour une petite utilisation en camping

Commenté aux États-Unis le 18 décembre 2019

I bought this item 12/2/2019 and I really wanted to write a review even though I haven’t fully tested it yet. I will update this review once I do all the other things I want it to do. But for now here we go.I bought the Jackery 240 because we lost power for several days in NJ. I was tired of waiting for my husband to fix our broken gas generator. I wanted a rechargeable generator that can 12 volt appliances like little cooking thing or a low powered heater. I boiled eggs/heated food with a sterno cooking thing. It worked but I wanted other alternatives. I know there is a lot of other alternatives for cooking (like propane stuff, wood stove etc) and heat (I used Hot Hands all sizes) and the hubby has all these equipment. But I think he is saving all his equipment for the ultimate doomsday 0_0 and I’d have to ask permission to use them. So I’m like to heck with this I’m going to get my own stuff – something not too exorbitant and not a repeat of equipment he already has. I am supposed to be the helpless female (LOL) but I guess when you have kids (or when you’re tired of waiting to be rescued) you gonna help yourself. Ok that’s my lifestory don’t downgrade my review its down below LOLLLI have the Honeywell HeatBud 250 Watt Personal Ceramic Heater, Black (HCE100). This heater has a low setting – 170 watts and high setting 250 watts. I tested it on both settings and it works! Of course it would be silly of me to use it just for that purpose. As a previous reviewer said, the heater sucked the power off the Jackery and I think it ran between 60-90 minutes. I don’t remember because I was watching TV and then then it just turned off LOL. The Jackery didn’t give me any warning that it was low battery. I also charged other items on the Jackery for 10 minutes before I tested the Honeywell which Im sure drained it a bit but I’m pretty sure it was at least 60 minutes or more before the Jackery was empty. I don’t think I’ll be using the Jackery for heating purposes as that would be such a waste of power. Guess it’ll still be the Hot Hands scenario for heat! But it’s nice to see that the Jackery can power the Honeywell Heatbud heater. So if someone’s hands is close to frostbite I can power on my Honeywell for 90 mins of heat. I also tested a smaller Lasko heater (which I returned actually). The Lasko heater was advertised as 200 watts. It was totally brand new and on first use it was using 240 watts + and the Lasko kept turning on and off. That went on for about 5-10 mins. Then the Lasko began to stabilize and pulling a regular 200watts+ from the Jackery and stayed on. So my assumption was that at first use/brand new the Lasko was trying to heat itself up (??) My Honeywell Heatbud didn’t do that but then again the Honeywell Heatbud was not brand new. But anyway, I’m not too pleased with the Lasko especially as it doesn’t have the tip-over safety feature and lower heat settings. So if I *had* to use a heater with the Jackery it would be the Honeywell Heatbud.I bought a mini hotpot from Amazon that has two power settings 200 watt and 600 watt. I will update my review once I use it either tonight or over the weekend. I am curious to see if the 200 watt setting will work on the Jackery and how long it takes to boil water at the lower setting. I have a review for the mini hotpot somewhere in case you’re curious. But my plan is to use the mini hotpot to boil eggs/heat soups/coffee/chocolate milk for the family faster than the sterno stove (during power outages) and when we go on sporting events several days in a hotel – things like that.The next major test I did (which I would definitely be using the Jackery more this way than any other) was plugging in my Wagan Thermoelectric Cooler/Warmer in the DC outlet – cigarette lighter) My sons had a swim meet competition and we always have hot food cooked. I would use the Wagan to keep it warm for them. In the past I would power the Wagan with my Honda CR-V cigarette lighter. But whenever I turn my car off it cuts the power to the Wagan. Also, there is a warning that in order to avoid the Wagan from malfunctioning I must power off the Wagan then shut my car AND/OR plug the Wagan to the car before powering it on. So with the Jackery 240 I don’t need to worry about any of that! So at 100% I plugged in my Wagan and powered on the Jackery and the Wagan respectively about 730AM in the morning with my 3 already hot spaghetti inside. I never turned off the Wagan or the Jackery. About 5 hours or so later I checked on the Jackery and it was about 40% power remaining! Cool!Since using an electric cooler (and soon my Alpicool compressor fridge/freezer) is mostly what I’ll be using the Jackery for (as well as the mini hotpot if it works) – and the minor charging of other electronics I’d leave this review here for now. My husband uses a CPAP machine – Resmed Airsense 10. I read in the reviews that the Jackery can power this machine so that is cool. Although my husband says he can live without the CPAP since power outages (or vacations somewhere is temporary) I am unable to test this for myself. Since he gets mad if I nag him I won’t bother convincing him. But it’s good know that if need be the Jackery can power his CPAP machine if he ever decides to use it.In summary below are what I like, dislike, the items I used it for/tested with, final thoughts until my next update with other things I want to test it with.What I like:1. Seems durable and high quality - doesn’t look and feel like it will break easily2. Light and portable – carrying it around is no biggie for 5ft me3. 12V DC outlet works (I heard that it gives the max power even when battery is low) it worked well with my 12volt thermo electric cooler4. You can power and charge the machine at the same time (haven’t check this yet)5. Bought it at the lower price during an Amazon Lightning Deal (yay!)What I dislike:1. Wish it had a USB-C outlet (that’s what my tablet and phone use)2. Slow charging – in the AC outlet I saw it pulls in 39 wattsFinal Thoughts:This is my first “solar” generator. But I did research a lot - or should I say Amazon reviews and Youtube research LOL. Jackery seemed to come up as being reliable and not too expensive like Goalzero. Maybe just maybe if I did the whole off grid living and conversion van life I would get Goalzero 1000 as well but I’m not. And I don’t want to throw my money away. The consensus seems that Jackery is a solid brand and worth it.I plan to keep my Jackery 240 in my car as I drive 64 miles one way to work. I like the Jackery 240 so much that I may just buy the 500 watt version if it goes on sale again. It’s back to $500 right now. But anyway, I’m still researching and maybe I’m getting carried away. But I want the ability to higher wattage appliances and/or charge a lot more. I like the previous reviewers advice of having two of these. Since they recharge slowly one can be used while the other is recharging – perfect! But $$$. I usually like to get two powerful items. But the 240 is only 6 lbs while the 500 is 13 lbs. So I think it’s a wise decision for me to have a Jackery 240 and Jackery 500. Now if they come out with a Jackery 1000 I might get that instead. Jackery are you coming out with a 1000???I recently purchased a Rockpals 100 watt folding solar panel which should be delivered today. (Yep I’m getting carried away!!!) I want to be able to charge my Jackery 240 while I’m at lunch by putting it on the roof of my car. I did not get the Jackery branded solar panels because it was too expensive for me. The Jackery 60 watt panel – though it went on sale – can only charge the Jackery alone. The Jackery 100 watt panel - which I REALLY liked and wanted to get since it can power other things as well - was $299! Since I plan to buy another Jackery (either 500 or 1000 if they make it in the future) I need to purchase wisely.Appliances I tested with:1. Honeywell Heatbud2. Honeywell Desktop Air Purifier3. Wagan Thermoelectric Warmer/Cooler (using 12v, didn’t try the AC plug)4. Android Tablets & Phones5. Rav Battery Bank6. Rechargeable Flashlights & LampsAppliances I will test with soon:1. Coolio Thermoelectric Warmer/Cooler2. Alpicool C20 Fridge & Freezer3. Rockpals 100 Watt Folding Solar Panel4. Acer Chromebook5. Dell Laptop6. Modem & Router

Commenté aux États-Unis le 18 septembre 2023

I am very pleased with this Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240.Since getting my CPAP three years ago I've had only twice where the power was out at a time where it affected my ability to sleep. Yet both times it was stressful and kept me from sleeping - I need the CPAP to safely sleep at all. The second time was several hours, power going out overnight. The other time we ended up checking me into a hotel. This would be expensive if we didn't do something. We looked at the range of options for CPAPs from well known companies, and they too were very expensive. So we decided to look at Amazon for a backup battery option and found this Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240.In reading the many reviews and comparing to others here on Amazon, this is the one we felt would fit our lifestyle and home best. We did consider a larger size from Jackery and still may in the future, but for our current needs, enough others said this worked for their CPAP we decided to give it a go and we are happy we did. Of course our timing was ever so slightly off - a major storm rolled through two nights before it arrived - but luckily we didn't need it. Without the weather, we still gave it a try to make sure it works. My wife charged it that day - make sure you read the instructions for understanding how best to use and keep the battery in top shape. That night I slept with the Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240 rather than normal power to test it. It worked perfectly. We did note in many of the reviews folks suggesting turning the humidity down. Some had turned it off entirely, others kept it at a 2 level, so we went with the 2. I knew turning it off completely would not be comfortable for me, and even at 2 it took awhile for my nose to adjust. But in the end, it worked perfectly. I had it on being used for just shy of 9 hours. There was enough we felt I'd be able to get a second night out of the original charge. In the past we have never lost power here for more than around 8 hours, so a second night wasn't a concern. However, knowing it is possible, we also know we'd potentially have to take it somewhere to charge after two nights. This is why we would consider a larger size in future. There was at least one we noted specifically stated "for CPAP," whereas this Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240 technically does not (at the time of purchase).The Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240 unit is a great weight. It's substantial enough to sit on a table and not worry about it getting knocked or blown over (if camping), but also really easy to move around. While children and some seniors might have an issue, most should not. I think we were most blown away by how quiet it runs. We use a sound machine to help us sleep - and anyone who uses a CPAP knows it makes a sound that can be uneven as you sleep. This Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 240 was no where near as loud, and the "sound" we did experience blended well into the other, louder ones. It is very easy to use and very easy to charge. I cannot remember the exact time it took that first charge, but it was only a couple to a few hours - not at all bad. We have only used it once so far, but I've told my wife I want to use it from time to time in order to make sure it keeps running, we know it's charged, and that it's still working. But if it does those things, it'll be considered an excellent find and should keep me safe and prepared for the foreseeable future. I'm very pleased.

Commenté aux États-Unis le 11 mai 2022

I bought this with the intention of taking it on my upcoming trip to Cameroon, where power outages are pretty much a daily thing, and can even last for several days at times. Then I found out that you can’t take it on commercial airlines. No lithium battery of any size is allowed in checked baggage, and those in carry-on must be of no more than 100 watt hours capacity. The only exception is that with the permission of the airline, which no one explains how to obtain, you can take up to two batteries of no more than 160 Wh each. So no matter how you look at it, the Jackery isn’t flying. Interestingly, there appear to be no restrictions on sealed lead acid batteries in either checked or carry-on baggage. They are far lower in capacity for their weight though. There does not appear to be any limit on how many 100 Wh or less lithium batteries you are allowed in your carry-on.The next biggest bummer with this product is that the battery is not replaceable, not even by the manufacturer. Thus, this is engineered to be a throw-away product. So much for green energy. When Tile came out with their original key-finder tags, the world was outraged that the coin battery was not replaceable, and those only weighed a few grams. They eventually redesigned it to make the battery user-replaceable. Every Jackery Explorer 240 sold is 6.6 pounds (3 kg) of future e-waste. If you think you could re-battery it yourself, you’d better have a look at a teardown video on Youtube. There’s a lot of cylindrical cells spot-welded to metal strips in a series-parallel configuration. You’d have to be a pretty serious and resourceful DIYer to tackle that.Next, there’s the USB ports, which are not only just Type A, they don’t support any quick-charge standard whatsoever. There’s no excuse for not including a USB PD port on this thing, which is the only way to fast charge Apple devices, and is what all mobile devices have been migrating to for some time now. Even most current pocket-sized lithium battery portable chargers support both USB PD and multiple other quick charging standards on the Type A ports. Not the Jackery though, which seems outdated in this regard. There is a work-around, since the Jackery has a 12v automotive outlet, but it will cost you another $40 or so. You can get an automotive quick charger that supports USB PD and Quick Charge 4.0 or 3.0 and some lesser known standards. I bought a Wordima 85w automotive charger here on Amazon, and it works great. Make sure you have compatible cables. This setup will allow you to charge your devices about 3 times faster than the Jackery’s built-in USB ports. Of course, you could also just plug your regular device AC charger (or several with a power strip) into the Jackery’s inverter output, but this means more stuff to carry and less efficient use of the Jackery’s capacity.I like that the Jackery accepts a wide input voltage range from 12v to 30v, and has MPPT to optimize the utilization of variable power sources like solar, wind, small-scale hydropower or even an exercise bicycle generator. You can also charge and use it at the same time, as would be common when using solar panels. Not all similar products allow this. But I was very disappointed to discover that it does not pass any excess available input power through to the load. Thus if your solar panel is producing 100W and the Jackery is only accepting 30W because it’s nearly full, and you have a 50W load running, you are still draining the battery even though you are generating 20W more than your total need. I double checked this with an ammeter in series with the input power, in case the displayed input power represented only what the battery was accepting, and I found that the input current does not change at all when a load is switched on. Thus any available input power in excess of what the battery can accept is wasted, even if there is a load that could use it. The load is always using only the battery and the input is only charging the battery. Thus any load watts in excess of the watts input to the battery is draining the battery, even if you have way more power available from the input source. That’s disappointing to say the least.The LCD display simultaneously shows the battery percentage remaining, and the input and output watts. It’s very informative, but they used an older LCD technology that is extremely sensitive to the viewing angle. The display is crystal clear when viewed from above, but it is very faded when viewed at eye level, and completely invisible above eye level. This irks me because even the cheap 20 year old dumb thermostat I replaced in my home uses the type of LCD that is very sharp viewed from any angle. Better LCD technology has been around for decades, but the Jackery doesn’t use it.The power bank contains a pure sine wave inverter which produces clean AC power most closely resembling what comes from a wall outlet. This pretty much guarantees that you won’t have trouble with your AC powered devices as long as you don’t exceed its 200W power limit.Jackery recommends that you not drain the battery below 15%, so the real usable capacity is only around 200 Wh, not its rated 240 Wh. Another page of the same manual says to recharge it when it drops to 20%, which gives you even less usable capacity.The unit comes with a hefty 65W AC charger that accepts 100 - 240v 50/60 Hz, a 12v automotive charging cable, but certainly no solar panels. You don’t have to buy Jackery’s solar panel, which is 60 W and costs as much as the Massimo 100 W foldable solar panel that I purchased. On a cloudless day, I can charge the Jackery from 15% to 100% when not simultaneously draining it.I love that the Jackery has no fuses to blow or reset buttons to push. It has self-resetting overload protection. I like that the internal cooling fan runs only when necessary, which for me hasn’t been very often. It’s nice that all connections are on the front. You don't have to go searching all around for the different inputs and outputs - everything is in one place. I usually am not swayed much by looks over specs, but this unit looks good and feels sturdy while being light weight. The handle grip is non-slip without using any of that grippy rubbery coating that inevitably turns sticky with age.Since I can’t take the Jackery on my flight, I bought a few INIU brand BI-B5 large pocket-sized power banks, which are 74 Wh each, and thus won’t be at odds with the TSA and FAA guidelines. Four of these together have greater battery capacity than the Jackery Explorer 240, but with no 110v AC or 12v DC outlets, of course. They have a numeric LED display showing charge percent level but not watts in & out. These will give me 2 USB Type A ports and one USB PD port each, all supporting quick charging standards. These units can only be charged via the PD port. The Type A ports are output only. I don’t know if it is safe to use the Type A ports to power things while charging via the USB PD port. I have to use a number of adapters to charge these with my foldable solar panel, using the automotive fast charger I mentioned earlier. It’s a pain compared to just using the Jackery with the solar panel, but I don’t have much of a choice when traveling by air.

Commenté aux États-Unis le 15 décembre 2020

This paper was written as an example about usability.Jackery Explorer 1000Switching to sustainability is a key decision in almost every business’s lifespan. The purpose of this document is to recommend the Jackery Explorer 1000 for your business’s needs of remote power. This unit is the largest that Jackery offers, and as they are the name in the portable power station business to know, this is the best of the best.Through our rigorous tests, we observed multiple different brands of power stations, including Yeti, Rockpals, and others, and this Jackery was the clear winner in most of the results with the most consistent output and ease of use.The SituationWe at TechCon know that your team often runs mobile operating stations when working outside of the office. At those stations, you need a power source. Currently, you’re using a gas generator that honestly is overkill for two guys and a coffee maker. Besides the constant need to fill up, gas generators produce pollutants, not to mention the noise. Depending on the brand they could be very unreliable, and you don’t want to run it inside.The UnitThis Jackery unit solves all of those problems. This large unit can run lights, laptop chargers, coffee pots, and everything else that a small team could need. At 1000 watts, it may not be as heavy-duty as some large gas generators, but it makes up for it with portability and ease of use. The 1000 model has 3 AC outlets on the front, as well as a few USB options. Next to each of the grouped outlets is a switch that allows you to turn off the charging port. This allows you to stop the battery drain without unplugging the wiring, or you can run it as a central control. To charge the Jackery station, there are multiple options as well. For some devices and usage times with this unit, see Figure 2 below.The Jackery line of power banks can be charged by a wall socket, a vehicle’s 12v outlet, or even solar panels. This combination of possibilities means you will, hopefully, never be out of options for power. This battery can be recharged by two 100 watt solar panels(also sold by Jackery) in around 8 hours. So it’s safe to say that on a sunny day, you could charge the battery and use it at the same time, then still have a full charge at the end of the day(Figure 3). It will charge a little faster through a building’s wall outlet, but slower from a car 12v outlet. Not all power banks have a solar charging option, and this is key when working remotely.A few devices that the Jackery cannot support would be large appliances such as a hairdryer or an electric stovetop. It is not made to produce enough wattage for that sort of use, but it can power many other necessities easily. That being said, it can power 8 devices at a time, such as a computer, a USB fan, LED lights, a camera charger, and a USB speaker, as examples.For your specific situation, this unit can keep your two agent’s laptops and phones charged all day for maximum productivity while decreasing your carbon footprint. Weighing only 22 pounds, this is a lightweight solution to power needs when there isn’t a wall outlet or car charger nearby, and can be carried almost anywhere in the world. The ergonomic handle on top gives the Jackery a lunchbox feel and balance, which is fitting because it prepares you for the full day. This would be ideal for when you send a team on the road to meet clients, or just when the power goes out at the home office. The best thing about this unit, compared to a gasoline generator, is that you can use it indoors without fearing the airborne toxins.This product does not come with the solar panels, but they are sold separately. The Jackery folding panels are specially made to work perfectly with their power banks, but other options have been matched up to work as well. The Jackery units have a solar controller on the inside of the unit, so it bypasses the need for a custom-built system that most RV or van dwellers need to build for mobile power.The TestsOur tests of the Jackery and the other brands consisted of day-in and day-out draining and recharging of the battery packs. They were tested in high and low temperatures, during sunshine and moonlight hours. Not every data point was a significant difference between all devices tested. By the end of the five different studies(Portability, Rechargability, Usability, Sustainability, and Power Supplied), the Jackery Explorer 1000 was the clear class leader. While the Yeti did charge a little faster, the Jackery weighs a full 15 pounds lighter. And while the Rockpals unit had a better capacity, it took an extra 6 hours to charge, which would put it at 14 hours for a full charge. The differences were small but clear.The ConclusionOur recommendation is that you purchase one of the Jackery Explorer 1000 units to replace your gasoline generators immediately so that you may start to see the cost savings and usefulness. This all-in-one unit is a piece of American-designed ingenuity that will quickly become the tool you didn’t know you needed. This Jackery Explorer 1000 become your choice for mobile power solutions, whether your team needs it out on the go, or at home during an emergency. I know that after you touch this for the first time, it will give you confidence, not only in the company but also in the 2 year warranty that comes with the unit.

Commenté au Canada le 18 septembre 2023

I was a bit reluctant to get this battery due to the fact that I knew Resmed charges $1200 for their AirSense 10 battery, so I wasn't sure whether this unit would do a comparable job, given it is a fraction of the cost.I got the Explorer 240 in hopes that it will provide sufficient power to my CPAP Airsense 10 (no humification, no heated tube) for 2 nights camping with the family recently. I have bad sleep apnea so I have needed regular CPAP for over 12 years now. The last couple of times camping without it have resulted in very poor sleep for me and annoyance for my family with the incessant snoring. My kids did not really look forward to a repeat performance, so I thought I would try to mitigate the eventual complaining by picking up the Jackery battery. It was really through online reviews that purchasing this product became compelling.It was received quickly by Canada Post and packaged very professionally and it was delivered to me a day or so before my camping trip. I charged the Jackery up the night before and then took it with me. I didn't buy the solar panels and while I should have tried it at home first, I didn't (didn't have time). The good news is once it was bedtime the first night in our tent I was able to easily figure out how to work it. I like the fact that the AC outlet I have to manually turn on - it's not on default and won't leak out power unnecessarily. I was pleased to start my CPAP machine and saw it is working. I do like the fact that it shows both the power input and output, so it gives the user a reasonable idea of what to expect for output, given a certain power draw that one can see.I was even more pleased to see after the first night of 6-7 hours of sleep, my Jackery battery showed remaining life of 69%! Which gave me hope it would last one more night. By the second night it was still at 69% when I went to bed, and I slept about 6-7 hours again and awoke with the Jackery at 33%. I am not sure if it would have powered a third night but I was happy it powered up my CPAP completely during my trip which was the goal. There were no interruptions of power delivery to my CPAP on either night. I was able to use another remaining 11% to power up all the kids and my cell phone the next day before we left and still had power to spare. All in all, this is an impressive product. Great design, easy to use, light weight and even the packaging was nicely put together with little space to spare but everything was neat and tidy. Liked the manual and the included stickers too. After this experience, I am certainly bullish on Jackery products and it's funny because when I went to Costco the Friday that I was leaving for camping, I saw they were selling Jackery 880W Explorers. I was very tempted to buy one, but wanted to see the 240W in action first. I will no doubt be buying another Jackery, knowing how reliable it is, and it more than exceeded my expectations. When I came home I went to register the product with Jackery to receive an additional year of warranty. It is too bad that the $200.00 off they give as a result can only be spent in the US and only for orders over $1200. But overall I am very pleased at this product and would recommend it without hesitation for anyone needing a way to power up their CPAP while camping. Obviously if one is using humidification or a heated tube, the power draw would be much more and it would be hard to say what you would get in one or two nights. Certainly buying a higher wattage Jackery would mitigate that, but for what I got for what I paid, I am very delighted.