Generark HomePower 2 Power Station

Powering the home may not be a problem for those living in cities with a highly-efficient electric power grid. Many households have been relying on the convenience of having electricity at home all the time. This leads them to sometimes fail to consider what will happen in case the power grid do fail. Many never considered taking emergency measures during such instances. It is only during an extended black out or power outage that most people realize that they lack preparedness. Having a ready backup like the new Generark HomePower 2 may be the answer for such emergencies in the future.

Portable Home Backup Power Station

The Generark HomePower 2 is a reliable backup power solution designed for the modern household. It is portable and highly efficient, able to provide backup power in the home for up to 7 days. With up to 2060Wh battery capacity, there is more than enough power to keep those essential home appliances running even during a power outage. It comes with 4 AC outlets, 2 USB-A ports, 2 USB-C ports, as well as a 12V/10A car outlet.

There are a number of options for recharging the Generark HomePower 2. You can simply plug it to an AC outlet at home and let it charge to full capacity. As a green energy option, you can also recharge it via solar power using the optional SolarPower2 solar panels. Once fully recharged, the Generark HomePower 2 can store the power for up to a year when not in use.

The portability also makes the Generark HomePower 2 quite convenient to use. It stands 2 feet tall and weighs around 45 pounds or 20 kilograms. This portable power station is compact enough to easily move to any part of the home where you need it. It is also quite affordable for an emergency power backup system for your home. The Generark HomePower 2 is available in two options- the 1566Wh HomePower 2 Starter model and the 2060Wh HomePower 2 Plus version. They retail for US$1,799 and US$2,299, respectively.

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