Lithium Powered Portable Power Station – carry power anywhere you need it

Grengine Ultralite Combo

A knockout combo! The Grengine UltraLite and an ultra-portable folding 80-Watt solar panel. Combine the versatility of the UltraLite with a solar panel that weighs 1.8 kg and folds up to 35 x 19 x 9.5 cm.

Go anywhere and power just about anything without the need for any technical assistance. Work or play, indefinitely.


No. It’s so much more! A 480-Watt hour, portable, silent, emission-free, lithium-ion, go-anywhere-do-anything electric generator.

Despite being powerful, the UltraLite doesn’t use gas like conventional generators, so it’s good for you and good for the planet. And to make it even more eco-friendly, the UltraLite can be recharged completely off the grid using solar power—or even a stationary bike. Bet your gas generator can’t do that.

Technical Specs

  • Battery Capacity: 480Wh
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion
  • AC Charging: 100-240v 7 hours
  • Solar: 6 hours with 80 Watt panel # (Optimal conditions)
  • Output AC: 300W (600W Peak)
  • Output DC: USB x4, Auto accessory x2
  • Output Wave form: Pure Sine Wave
  • Short-Circuit Protection: Yes
  • Low Voltage Protection: Yes
  • Over Voltage: Yes
  • Over Temperature: >50 shutoff
  • Operating Temperature: 0-40C°
  • Car Jump Start: Yes

For more information contact customerservice@totalbattery.com

The GRENGINE™ ULTRALITE COMBO can be purchased at Total Battery. For over 28 years Total Battery has been specializing in many types of battery and power solution technologies.

To purchase visit: GRENGINE ULTRALITE COMBO Power Station with Solar Panel.


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