DO NOT USE POWER STATION IN EXTREME TEMPERATURE:
For optimal performance, operate in temperatures ranging from 10 degrees F to 100 degrees F (-12 to 37 degrees C). Safe temperature ranges are 14-104 degrees F(-10-40 degrees C). Units can be placed in coolers in colder weather. However when used outside of this range for a short period, check AC plug output & input ports, DC plug output and input plugs, and if hot to the touch, (warm is OK) disconnect cables and allow generator to cool down.
DO not charge or discharge power station in direct sunlight or at high temperature, whether in a car, RV or boat .
IF power station battery is sealed lead acid (SLA) or absorbed glass mat (AGM), do not continually drain battery below 50%, and do not constantly charge at 100%. If LFP (lithium iron phosphate, LiFePo4 or Li-Ion (lithium ion), do not continually drain below 25%. This will optimize battery performance and prolong service life of your power station
When possible, to minimize conversion loss, use the DC output ports of your generator to power your devices. It will run longer before needing a recharge.
When not in use, store generator with a minimum 50% charge, in a dry cool location, away from corrosive materials, fire of heat sources. Never store in a boiler /utility room. Use or recharge every 3 months.
Not all portable solar panels we sell are water or weather-proof. Unless specs say so, most are water-resistant, meaning they can withstand moderate splashing but should not be left outside in rain or deployed when forecast call for heavy rainfall.
Keep your DC extension cord under 30 ft, to minimize parasitic load loss. Where possible, use MC4 or Anderson connectors. Adapters are available for this conversion.
Optimal use temperatures range between 14-149 degrees F (-10-65 degrees C)
Store in a dry, cool location, away from fire, heat sources, and sharp objects.
Permanent panels perform best when installed on a roof with reflective shingles with with adequate elevation to allow adequate airflow under the panels.
Whether portable or permanent, panels must be kept free and clear of dust and debris.
Hardly a complete list but hope this is helpful. If in doubt, check your manual, contact your manufacturer or get n touch with us.