The EcoFlow Delta 2 is the newest portable solar generator capable of home backup! With plenty of USB ports, USB-C ports, and wall outlets, you can power nearly any essential appliance you have!
Also, the system is light and portable, making it easy to bring with you on the job, on trips, or wherever you want! Either way, it's important to get the most out of what you paid for. Let's talk about that.
About the EcoFlow Delta 2 Battery
The EcoFlow Delta 2 has a lithium-iron-phosphate battery with a 1024 Wh capacity. For output, it uses a pure sine wave inverter for maximum efficiency and up to 2000W of AC output. On top of that, it has a super fast charge (2 hours from 0% to full charge) thanks to its X-Boost technology.
While it's incredibly portable, that still isn't the highest battery capacity of all time. Fortunately, the strong LFP battery chemistry allows for up to 10 years of regular use before losing 20% of its original capacity.
All of this is viewable and manageable on the EcoFlow app, where you can find insights into your portable power station and any extra batteries. Still, there are ways to get more out of your system.
Solar Generator Maintenance Tips
EcoFlow has once again set the new standard of battery-powered generators. Still, batteries can only last for so long, so here's how to keep yours running optimally for as long as possible!
Slow and Steady Charging
While the X-Stream tech is incredible, we don't recommend fast charging every time. It's perfectly fine to use fast charging when you need it, but using a slower charger (like solar input) is best for long-term sustainability.
Fast charging occasionally won't do much damage, butonly fast charging will. If charge times don't matter in a particular circumstance, try to take it slow! 3-6 hours is ideal for a battery like this.
Keep Out of Extreme Temperatures
Even advanced LFP batteries are susceptible to extreme heat and cold. If you're storing your Delta 2 for an emergency power supply, keep it in a location with reasonable temperature control. Moderate temperatures are perfectly fine, but try not to leave it below freezing or above 95F for too long!
Again, don't worry about this in the short term. If you take it on a camping trip for a day or two in less-than-ideal weather circumstances, it should be fine. However, avoid the extreme heat of above 120F or the extreme cold of below 0F.
Keep It Charged
Whether you keep it plugged into a solar panel or you use AC input every few months, keep it charged while it's in storage. Never store your Delta 2 with less than a 50% charge.
The 1024 Wh battery can last for over 3500 drain cycles (ten years of daily use), but only if you keep it charged regularly. Otherwise, it can damage the battery and lower its capacity much faster.
Buy an EcoFlow Delta 2 Today
Now that you know how to maintain an EcoFlow Delta 2, you see that it isn't too complicated. Just follow these simple steps for peace of mind, and you'll have enough energy and power security to last you through any storm!
The latest EcoFlow Delta power station is a hit, so stay up to date with our latest tips, and buy an EcoFlow Delta 2 with free shipping and a price match guarantee!