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by Saxon Funk March 23, 2023 8 min read

As the world moves towards sustainable living, off-grid homes and tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular. These eco-friendly homes utilize renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind turbines to provide electricity, minimizing their environmental impact. One of the essential tools for constructing and maintaining such a dwelling is the EcoFlow Delta Pro, a portable power station that has revolutionized the world of portable generators.

 

EcoFlow Delta Pro is the Gold Standard in Portable Power technology

EcoFlow Delta Pro Off-Grid living

EcoFlow Generators have long been the gold standard in portable power technology. The brand-new LFP battery in the EcoFlow Delta Pro is a game-changer in terms of capacity and efficiency. Boasting a 3.6kWh capacity, it offers unprecedented power security for builders working on off-grid projects.

 

The EcoFlow Delta Pro is the world's first portable home battery that can double as an EV station, making it the complete power solution for builders, outdoor enthusiasts, and off-grid homeowners alike. Its smart energy management system ensures uninterrupted power supply, even when a power outage hits or when working on remote projects.

 

A Single EcoFlow Delta Pro unit can power a wide range of power tools and heavy-duty appliances. The AC output, with its double voltage hub, allows for regular use of devices with up to 3600W, while the innovative X-Boost technology enables the Delta Pro to support devices up to 4500W. When you pair two EcoFlow Delta Pro's together, you will increase from 3600W to 7200W! You can also add on the EcoFlow Delta Pro extra batteries which will provide a maximum of 25kW.

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EcoFlow App

Using the EcoFlow app, you can monitor and control the Delta Pro remotely. The app offers a ton of customization options, including adjusting power settings, monitoring energy usage, and setting time-of-use rates. It even allows for remote control of the unit's firmware section and discharging levels, ensuring a secure power source with less energy loss.

 

Harnessing the Power of the Sun & Wind

EcoFlow Delta Pro Solar Panel

Solar energy is a critical component of off-grid living, and the EcoFlow Delta Pro ecosystem supports solar charging with its smart maximum power point tracking system. With a wide voltage range and compatibility with solar panels up to 1600W, the portable generator ensures faster charging and higher efficiency than traditional gas generators.

 

In addition to solar power, the Delta Pro sports an Anderson port for connecting to wind turbines, offering an alternative energy source for off-grid homes. For those who prefer a more conventional charging method, the standard AC wall outlet and EcoFlow's X-Stream technology provide record-breaking AC charge speeds, fully charging the unit in as little as two hours.

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Peace of Mind knowing you are safe

The unique protection mechanism in EcoFlow's battery management system ensures that the Delta Pro operates safely even at a low level of charge.

You can also use your EcoFlow Delta Pro (and any other solar generator, for that matter) inside your tiny house without any harmful CO2 emissions, unlike a standard gas generator.

 

Power on the Go

One of the many wonderful things about living in an off-grid tiny house is that you can take your house with you anywhere you go, so having a power supply that can come along for the ride is vital. The EcoFlow Delta Pro is compact and portable, with wheels and a handle to easily be transported from place to place. Your solar panels can be folded up and stored while traveling, or you can permanently mount them.

 

Run your Off-Grid Tiny Home with a Transfer Switch

In an off-grid home, the EcoFlow Delta Pro can be used as a primary or backup power source, working in tandem with a transfer switch to manage the distribution of power between multiple energy sources, such as solar panels or wind turbines.

Here's an explanation of how the EcoFlow Delta Pro works with a transfer switch in an off-grid home:

  1. Installation: A qualified electrician should install a transfer switch in the off-grid home's electrical system. This typically involves connecting the transfer switch to the home's main electrical panel and wiring it to the circuits you want to power with the EcoFlow Delta Pro or other energy sources.
  2. Connection: Connect the EcoFlow Delta Pro to the transfer switch using the appropriate cables and outlets. The Delta Pro features AC output ports, which can be used to connect to the transfer switch.
  3. Alternative Energy Sources: In an off-grid home, you may have other energy sources such as solar panels, wind turbines, or other generators. Connect these energy sources to the transfer switch as well.
  4. Power Management: The transfer switch will manage the distribution of power between the EcoFlow Delta Pro and other energy sources. For example, if the solar panels are generating sufficient power, the transfer switch can prioritize solar power for your home's needs. If the solar panels aren't producing enough power or during the night, the transfer switch can switch to the EcoFlow Delta Pro to provide the required energy.
  5. Monitoring: You can monitor the EcoFlow Delta Pro's power usage, battery capacity, and charging status using the EcoFlow app. This will help you manage your energy consumption and ensure the Delta Pro is operating efficiently.
  6. Charging: In an off-grid setup, the EcoFlow Delta Pro can be charged using solar panels (up to 1600W) or wind turbines connected to the Anderson port. This will allow the Delta Pro to replenish its battery capacity when not in use, ensuring a continuous supply of power when needed.
  7. Reconnection: If you want to switch between the EcoFlow Delta Pro and another energy source, manually switch the transfer switch to the desired power source. This enables seamless power management between different energy sources in an off-grid home.

Keep in mind that using the EcoFlow Delta Pro with a transfer switch should be done in compliance with local electrical codes and regulations. Consult a qualified electrician to ensure a safe and proper installation.

 

What can the EcoFlow Delta Pro run?

EcoFlow Delta Pro running an air compressor

The runtime depends on their power consumption (measured in watts) and the capacity of the EcoFlow Delta Pro (3600Wh). Below is a list of common power tools and household appliances, along with their approximate power consumption and estimated runtime when powered by a single EcoFlow Delta Pro. Keep in mind this can be doubled by hooking up a second EcoFlow Delta Pro or expanded by adding additional batteries:

Cordless Drill (60W):

Runtime: 60 hours (3600Wh / 60W)

 

Circular Saw (1500W):

Runtime: 2.4 hours (3600Wh / 1500W)

 

Jigsaw (400W):

Runtime: 9 hours (3600Wh / 400W)

 

Miter Saw (1800W):

Runtime: 2 hours (3600Wh / 1800W)

 

Reciprocating Saw (800W):

Runtime: 4.5 hours (3600Wh / 800W)

 

Table Saw (1800W):

Runtime: 2 hours (3600Wh / 1800W)

 

Angle Grinder (900W):

Runtime: 4 hours (3600Wh / 900W)

 

Orbital Sander (300W):

Runtime: 12 hours (3600Wh / 300W)

 

Air Compressor (1500W):

Runtime: 2.4 hours (3600Wh / 1500W)

 

LED Light Bulb (10W):

Runtime: 360 hours (3600Wh / 10W)

 

Laptop (50W):

Runtime: 72 hours (3600Wh / 50W)

 

Wi-Fi Router (10W):

Runtime: 360 hours (3600Wh / 10W)

 

32" LED TV (50W):

Runtime: 72 hours (3600Wh / 50W)

 

Refrigerator (150W):

Runtime: 24 hours (3600Wh / 150W)

 

Microwave Oven (1000W):

Runtime: 3.6 hours (3600Wh / 1000W)

 

Toaster (800W):

Runtime: 4.5 hours (3600Wh / 800W)

 

Coffee Maker (900W):

Runtime: 4 hours (3600Wh / 900W)

 

Blender (400W):

Runtime: 9 hours (3600Wh / 400W)

 

Washing Machine (500W):

Runtime: 7.2 hours (3600Wh / 500W)

 

Electric Fan (50W):

Runtime: 72 hours (3600Wh / 50W)

 

Portable Space Heater (1500W):

Runtime: 2.4 hours (3600Wh / 1500W)

 

Air Conditioner (1000W):

Runtime: 3.6 hours (3600Wh / 1000W)

 

Hair Dryer (1800W):

Runtime: 2 hours (3600Wh / 1800W)

 

Vacuum Cleaner (700W):

Runtime: 5.14 hours (3600Wh / 700W)

 

Please note that these estimates are approximate and may vary depending on the specific model and brand, as well as the load and usage conditions. It's also important to consider that the EcoFlow Delta Pro's X-Boost technology can temporarily support devices up to 4500W, allowing for brief usage of even more power-hungry tools. However, X-Boost should not be relied upon for extended periods due to potential risks to the power station and the tools being used.

 

EcoFlow Delta Pro is the best

In conclusion, the EcoFlow Delta Pro is a remarkable innovation that provides all of the power you need to live comfortably in your off-grid tiny home. Its unique charging methods, smart energy management, and compatibility with renewable energy sources make it an invaluable tool for off-grid living.

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FAQ

 

Q: Can the EcoFlow Delta Pro be charged using solar panels?

A: Yes, the EcoFlow Delta Pro can be charged using solar panels with a maximum input of 1600W. It features a smart maximum power point tracking system that ensures faster charging and higher efficiency.

 

Q: How long does it take to charge the EcoFlow Delta Pro with solar panels?

A: The charging time depends on the solar panel output and sunlight conditions. Under optimal conditions, a 1600W solar panel setup could fully charge the Delta Pro in about 2-3 hours. However, charging times may vary due to factors such as weather, panel angle, and panel efficiency.

 

Q: Can the EcoFlow Delta Pro power my off-grid home appliances?

A: The Delta Pro has a 3600W continuous AC output capacity, which is sufficient to power most household appliances, including refrigerators, lights, and small air conditioning units. However, it's important to consider the total power consumption of your appliances to ensure the Delta Pro can handle the load.

 

Q: Is the EcoFlow Delta Pro suitable for powering an RV in an off-grid situation?

A: Yes, the Delta Pro is an excellent choice for off-grid RV power. Its 3600Wh capacity can power appliances such as lights, fans, small air conditioners, and other electronics. Additionally, its compatibility with solar panels makes it an ideal solution for maintaining power while traveling.

 

Q: Can I connect multiple EcoFlow Delta Pro units for increased capacity in an off-grid setup?

A: Yes, you can connect multiple Delta Pro units for a scalable off-grid power solution. This can be beneficial for situations where you need more capacity or longer runtimes for your appliances or tools.

 

Q: Can I use wind turbines as an alternative energy source for charging the EcoFlow Delta Pro in an off-grid scenario?

A: Yes, the EcoFlow Delta Pro features an Anderson port that allows you to connect wind turbines as an alternative charging source. However, it's important to ensure compatibility between the wind turbine output and the Delta Pro's input requirements.

 

Q: How long can the EcoFlow Delta Pro hold its charge?

A: The Delta Pro has a shelf life of about one year, meaning it can hold its charge for up to a year when not in use. However, it's recommended to recharge the battery every 3-6 months to maintain optimal performance.

 

Q: Can I use the EcoFlow Delta Pro to charge my electric vehicle (EV)?

A: Yes, the EcoFlow Delta Pro can be used as an EV station to charge electric vehicles. However, the charging speed and overall capacity may vary depending on the specific EV model and battery size.

 

Q: How can I monitor and control the EcoFlow Delta Pro remotely?

A: The EcoFlow app allows you to monitor and control the Delta Pro remotely. With the app, you can adjust power settings, monitor energy usage, set time-of-use rates, and access firmware controls, among other features. The Delta Pro supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for seamless integration with the app.

 

Considering purchasing an EcoFlow Delta Pro for your off-grid tiny house?

Our helpful staff is available Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 10 PM CST and on Sundays from 11 AM to 7 PM! You can reach us by phone at 1-844-945-3625, email at service@wildoaktrail.com, or online chat. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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Saxon Funk
Saxon Funk

Saxon Funk, co-founder and driving force behind Wild Oak Trail, embodies the spirit of self-sufficiency and preparedness. Launching the venture over six years ago with his wife, Hailey, Saxon has steeped himself in mastering solar generators, heating solutions, food storage, and off-grid living essentials, becoming a veritable guru in the field. His expertise is more than theoretical; it's practical, as evidenced by his own home, equipped with the very products Wild Oak Trail proudly offers. Saxon's passion extends beyond commerce; he thrives on the assurance of providing for his family in any circumstance, fervently believing in empowering others to do the same through the quality resources and knowledge he shares through his business.

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