California-based Nature’s Generator released its Nature’s Generator Lithium 1800, a lithium iron phosphate portable generator.
The release is the company’s first in the lithium-battery portable generator market.
Greg Adams, Nature’s Generator co-founder, said: “When Nature’s Generator started eight years ago, lithium technology was available as an option. However, weighing the pros and cons of lithium at the time, we decided to stick to the time-tested sealed lead acid battery technology, feeling it was a safer and more cost-effective alternative for consumers. The launch of the Lithium 1800 is representative of the leaps and bounds we have experienced in improving lithium battery technology and we are ecstatic to introduce our latest iteration of that to the world.”
The Nature’s Generator Lithium 1800 has 1,800 watts of power, a 3,600-watt surge capacity and 1,4440-watt-hours of battery capacity. The generator can be connected to a second unit to expand the output capacity to 3,600 watts and the battery capacity to 2,880-watt-hours.
The Nature’s Generator Lithium 1800 has solar, wind, and AC charging options. The generator weighs 40 pounds and measures 15.4×8.9×11.6 inches. The generator features four output outlets for USB-A, USB-A fast charge and USB-C connections.
Safety features include auto battery balancing and protection from overcharge, over-current, over-discharge, short-circuiting, reverse polarity and changes in temperature.
“Nature’s Generator waited for technological advancements in lithium battery science because the older lithium-ion batteries lacked the thermal stability we wanted,” Adams said. “Now with this newer technology we have the low-cost, high-performance and safety balance that we demand from our products.”
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