On-the-go charging with Phoenix Briefcase Generator

On-the-go charging with Phoenix Briefcase Generator

 

By Bob Difley

The Phoenix Briefcase Generator, an all-in-one portable solar power system, was specifically designed for mobile, off-grid and emergency applications.

This compact, lightweight backup system combines two highly efficient Renogy 10W Monocrystalline Solar Panels and is capable of expanding up to 120 watts.

The Phoenix’s 16Ah Li-ion(NMC) battery is replaceable, offering the capability of limitless power for on-the-go appliances during weekend and day trips and in emergency situations. 

Features:

  • Compact and Portable Briefcase All-in-one Solar Powered Generator
  • All-in-one portable solar power system specifically designed for mobile, off-grid applications, and emergencies
  • Two 10W Monocrystalline Solar Panels
  • Power LCD TV’s, cell phones, laptops, cameras, portable DVD players, fans, radios and CPAP machines
  • Briefcase charges devices via a USB connection, 12V (car) or AC (wall)
  • Capable of charging a laptop (5 times), iPhone(32 times), GoPro(47 times)
  • Replaceable Li-ion Battery Pack

You can find the Phoenix at Amazon.

You can find Bob Difley’s RVing ebooks on Amazon Kindle. Follow on BoondockBobblog.

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  1. Sherry Dawson

    Bob, 20 Watts of solar panels for $574.99?????!!!!! I don’t think so! It’s also very large and bulky. Here’s what I’m planning to buy–110 Watt fold-up, flexible, solar panel that is MUCH smaller and can hang or lay anywhere and folds up into a very small self-pouch for $549.99. Check it out. Both these options are more expensive than traditional hard portable solar panels, but I love the convenience of this one. I’ll write an article about to send to Chuck:
    http://www.gowesty.com/product-details.php?v=&id=24597

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