Deliver power wherever and whenever you need it with the portable Gizzu Hero Max UPS Power Station. The Hero Max offers 1024Wh of battery capacity. It’s great for keeping your devices charged during outdoor adventures and powering most household appliances during loadshedding. The elegant design is durable, robust, and can be taken with you on any adventure.
The Gizzu Hero Max UPS Power Station features two 220V AC plugs, two USB ports, four Type-C ports, two DC ports, a car socket port and an XT60 port. These ensure that you can charge or power multiple devices simultaneously. Pure sine wave technology and the ability to function like a UPS ensures that the Gizzu Hero Max seamlessly switches over to battery power during loadshedding, or a power outage, resulting in zero downtime for your connected essential devices.
The Hero Max UPS Power Station is compatible with most household appliances and power tools running during loadshedding. LED TV, desktop PC, microwave, washing machines and electric drills, these are just some of the products that you can still enjoy during a blackout.
The Gizzu Hero Max UPS Power Station features lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries that recharge from 0% to 100% within 1.3 hours and has a rated lifespan of 3500 cycles to 80%. You can recharge the Hero Max in multiple ways – draw power from your car, solar panel, or from traditional wall sockets at the home or office.
A battery management system helps to proactively monitor and manage the rechargeable battery. In addition, the Hero Max also features safety features like short-circuit, over-current, over-voltage, under-voltage, over-load and temperature protection.
The total power consumption for all connected appliances must be less than 1200W prior to connecting the device to the AC port. If the power requirement draw exceeds 1200W, the wattage overdraw protection will provide up to 10 seconds of runtime before the unit shuts itself down.
The Hero Series Power Stations use Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFeP04) batteries. After 2 days in UPS mode, the battery capacity will throttle between 90-100%. The Battery Management System will drop the capacity after a full charge to around 90% to prevent overcharging. (This will not affect life cycles)