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Fossibot F2400

Fossibot F2400
Brand: Fossibot
Category: Portable Power Station
  • Battery Capacity: 2,048Wh
  • Power Output: 2,400W
  • Surge Power: 4,800W
  • Recharge Options: AC / Solar / Car
  • Operating Temperature: -15 to 40℃

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The FOSSiBOT F2400 is a portable power station designed for extended use in off-grid scenarios. Its high-capacity battery and diverse charging options make it a suitable solution for powering appliances during outages, camping trips, or as a backup power source in professional settings.

Coming in as an upgrade to the F800, the FOSSiBOT F2400 features a Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery with a capacity of 2,048Wh. This battery type is known for offering a longer lifespan compared to other options on the market. The manufacturer states that the battery can maintain 80% of its original capacity after 3,500 charge cycles.

To maintain battery health during storage, it’s recommended to recharge the unit above 50% every 3 months. The F2400 incorporates a Battery Management System (BMS) with monitoring features for load, voltage, and temperature. This system contributes to the overall safety and longevity of the device.

The F2400 measures 15.20 x 11.18 x 12.64 inches (386 x 284 x 321 mm) and weighs 48.5 lbs (22 kg). It can operate in temperatures ranging from -15°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F). Due to its size and weight, it may not be ideal for situations requiring extreme portability.

The F2400 offers multiple ways to recharge its battery. It supports AC charging with a maximum input of 1100W, allowing for a full charge in approximately 2 hours. Solar charging is also an option, with a maximum input of 500W. The charging time via solar panels will vary depending on sunlight conditions.

Additionally, a car charging cable is included, allowing for charging from a car’s cigarette lighter port at either 12V or 24V (charging times vary based on voltage). Notably, the F2400 allows for combining AC and solar charging for a potentially faster recharge time of 1.5 hours, with a combined maximum input of 1600W.

The F2400 boasts a high total output power of 2400W. It features a pure sine wave inverter, ensuring compatibility with a wider range of devices, including those considered sensitive electronics. The unit can also handle brief surges in power of up to 4800W.

In terms of powering devices, the F2400 provides a comprehensive set of outputs. It includes six AC outlets, suitable for powering multiple appliances simultaneously. It also features a variety of USB ports, including a 100W PD USB-C port for fast charging compatible devices, three 20W PD USB-C ports for additional fast charging, and three 18W QC3.0 USB-A ports for powering other devices. The F2400 offers further versatility with a 12V/10A cigarette lighter socket, a 12V/25A RV outlet, and two regulated 12V/3A DC5521 outputs.

For illumination purposes, the F2400 comes equipped with a built-in adjustable LED light. The unit is UL Standard, CEC, DO, FCC, and CA Prop 65 certified, meeting various safety and compliance standards. It is available in black and green color options.

The package includes the FOSSiBOT F2400 unit itself, along with an AC charging cable, a solar charging cable, a car charging cable, and a user manual. The manufacturer provides a 24-month warranty for the product. Other key specifications of the F2400 Power Station are contained in the table below.

Full Specifications

General Info

Launch This refers to the date when this device was officially introduced into the market. 2022, March / 2022 April
Brand / Model These are key identifiers that indicate the manufacturer or company that produces this smartphone, and the specific model of the phone. FOSSiBOT / F2400
Dimensions / Weight: This refers to the physical size and weight of the device, measured in millimeter (mm) and grams (g) respectively. 15.20 x 11.18 x 12.64 inch (386 x 284 x 321mm) / 48.5 lbs or (22Kg)
Temperature The temperature in a mobile power station or power bank refers to the level of thermal energy present within the device during its operation. It's typically measured in degrees Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F) and indicates how hot or cold the internal components of the power bank are during usage. -15 to 40℃ or (-4 to 104℉)

Battery Details

Battery Type In portable power stations, battery type refers to the specific chemical technology used to store electrical energy. This choice significantly impacts factors like the weight, lifespan, safety, and charging speed of the station LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate)
Battery Capacity Battery capacity in a portable power station refers to the total amount of electrical energy it can store, measured in watt-hours (Wh). It essentially tells you how long the station can power your devices. 2,048Wh
Lifecycle This indicates the number of times you can completely discharge and recharge the battery (one cycle) before it loses 20% of its original capacity. In simpler terms, this tells you how many times you can use and recharge the station before it becomes noticeably less powerful. 3,500+ Cycles to 80% Original Capacity
Shelf-Life This refers to how long the battery can maintain its charge when not in use. Over time, even if the station isn't being used, the battery will slowly lose its charge. This specification tells you how often you need to recharge the station even if it's just sitting in storage or on the shelf. Recharge to above 50% Every 3 Months
Management System This refers to all measures put in place to ensure the optimal performance and safety of your Portable Power Station. Power input adjustable knob
MPPT Charge Controller, BMS,
- Load / Voltage Monitoring
- Charging Monitoring
- Temperature monitoring

Charging Info.

Charging Type (Input Option) In portable power stations, charging type refers to the methods available to recharge the battery. AC Input: up 1100W
Solar Input: up 500W Max.
Car Input: up 12/24V from Cigarette Lighter Port
AC Charging Time AC charging time for a portable power station refers to the time it takes to recharge the station from a standard AC wall outlet. 2 hours
Solar Charging Time Solar charging time for a portable power station refers to the amount of time it takes to recharge the station's battery using a solar panel. 4 hours (Prime sunshine)
AC + Solar Charging Time AC + Solar Charging time refers to the time it will take when both AC wall outlet and a Solar panel is combined to recharge your Portable Power Station. Supported; 1600W max: 1 hour 30 minutes
Car Charging Time Car charging time for a portable power station refers to the amount of time it takes to recharge the station's battery using the cigarette lighter outlet (also known as a 12V DC outlet) in your car. 17 hours@12V, or 8 hours 30 minutes @24V

Output Options

Total Output Power This represents the maximum continuous power (measured in watts) that the portable station can deliver to your devices at any given time. It essentially tells you the total amount of power available for running your appliances simultaneously. 2400W
Inverter Type This refers to the type of electrical current the station generates through a process called inversion (converting DC battery power to AC power). There are two main types: Pure Sine Wave or Modified Sine Wave. Pure Sine Wave
Surge Power This indicates the maximum short-term surge of power (measured in watts) that the station can handle for a brief period (usually a few milliseconds). This can be helpful for starting up devices with high initial power demands, such as motors in refrigerators or power tools. 4800W
AC Outlets These are the standard AC (alternating current) outlets that you'd use to plug in your devices with AC power cords. 6 X AC Outlets
USB Ports These are the USB ports available for charging various devices using USB-C or USB-A cables. 1x PD100W - USB Type-C
3x PD20W - USB Type-C
3x (QC3.0)18W - USB Type-A
Cigarette Lighter Sockets This is a 12V DC (direct current) outlet similar to the cigarette lighter socket found in your car. It allows you to power 12V DC appliances, such as car chargers, portable coolers, or some lights. 1 x 12V/10A (Car Outlet)
LED light An LED light, in the context of a portable power station, refers to a built-in light source that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for illumination. These lights are typically small, energy-efficient, and durable. Yes; Adjustable LED light
DC Outlets DC outlets in a portable power station are ports that provide direct current (DC) electricity, typically at 12 volts. This is different from the standard AC (alternating current) outlets that you'd find in your house. 1 x 12V/25A (RV Outlet)
2 x 12V/3A DC5521 (5.5mm Outlet)
*All Regulated.


Box Contents This section refers to all the items, tools, accessories, and cables contained in the box. FOSSiBOT F2400
- AC Charge Cable
- Solar Charging Cable
- Car charging cable
- User Manual
Warranty A warranty on a portable power station refers to a guarantee provided by the manufacturer that the product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a specified period of time. 24 Months
Certifications Certifications for portable power stations signify that the product has been tested and meets specific safety and performance standards set by independent organizations. UL Standard, CEC, DO, FCC, CA Prop 65
Color Options In the context of portable power stations, "Color Option" most likely refer to the variety of colors the station itself comes in. Black, Green

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