Bluetti to release AC180, another breakthrough in portable power stations

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Bluetti AC180

Spring camping has become popular in recent years, offering the chance for people to get away from the hustle and bustle of urban life and get back to nature. However, many trips would benefit from portable power.

Bluetti, a market leader in the energy storage industry, is about to unveil a brand-new model, the AC180, on June 20. As a successor of the previous portable stations such as EB150 and EB240, the AC180 is designed with a bunch of improvements that kit it up a notch, making it a well-deserved portable power station for emergency backup, sudden blackouts, excursions, and more.

Explore outdoors with great capacity

To help elevate the off-grid lifestyle, Bluetti equips AC180 with a 1800W constant output power and 1152Wh capacity, covering almost all power demands of essentials at home or in the wild. The AC180 also offers Power Lifting Mode with a 2700W output to effortlessly run high-powered devices like kettles, hair dryers, and microwaves.

For increased energy needs, the AC180 can be connected to either a B230 or B300 external battery, which acts as a power bank. The AC180 with the B230/B300 bundle includes a free P090D to DC7909 connection cable that’s valued at $89.

Travel with grab-and-go power

Pack lighter, travel further. For greater portability, AC180 is ultra compact for effortless transportation and measures 340mm?247mm?317mm, and weighs only 17 kg. It’s the perfect size to bring to your next camp site.

Recharge with high speed

For outdoor enthusiasts looking for backup power for camping or RV trips, the AC180 is sure to exceed expectations. Even exploring off the beaten track, far from the grid, the reliable power source is always on call and supports up to 1440W Turbo Charging, charging 0-80% SOC in only about 45 minutes. Charge it up before packing up for your getaway to have it ready when you’re ready for more power.

Live with uninterrupted power

With the UPS system, there’s no need to worry about losing data or risk hardware damage in the event of a power outage since the AC180 can automatically detect a blackout the moment it occurs and seamlessly switch over in just 20ms.

Constant power with peace of mind

With security and longevity in mind, Bluetti uses safe and durable LiFePO4 battery cells and guarantees a worry-free warranty for as long as 5 years, which sets it apart from most competitors throughout the market.

The Bluetti AC180 also features a 1.7-inch LCD display and bigger font size to make the power consumption and troubleshooting status easier to see.

Remotely monitoring the AC180 in real time is also incredibly easy thanks to the intelligent Bluetti app. Now setting up working modes, checking the system conditions, and OTA updates can be done right on your phone.

“We’re dedicated to more innovations that’s the right fit for increasing market demand. Our R&D team once envisioned a power station integrated with portability, capability, and cost performance, and now we’ve made it a reality. The AC180 has everything users could possibly need without costing an arm and a leg”, said James Ray, the marketing director of Bluetti.


The Bluetti AC180 will be available starting on June 20th at 7:00 PM (PDT). The price will be available in the coming days and it is expected to be an affordable power station.

About Bluetti

Bluetti has been committed to promoting sustainability and green energy solutions since its inception. By offering eco-friendly energy storage solutions for both indoor and outdoor use, Bluetti aims to provide exceptional experiences for our homes while also contributing to a sustainable future for our planet. This commitment to sustainable energy has helped Bluetti expand its reach to over 100 countries and gain the trust of millions of customers worldwide.

For more information, visit the Bluetti website or follow Bluetti on: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube.

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