FAQ EcoFlow DELTA
About EcoFlow DELTA
DELTA can be recharged to 0%~80% in 1 hour, and be fully recharged within 1.6 hours.
Under perfect sunlight conditions, DELTA can be fully charged with the following solar panel setups: 1x 110W solar panel: 14h-28h; 2x 110W solar panel (in series): 7h-14h; 3x 110W solar panel (in series): 5h-10h; 4x 110W solar panel: 4-8h
Yes. During this situation, DELTA will prioritise AC charging, and default to DC charging when AC charging is not used.
It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference. When your DELTA is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, DELTA automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered.
DELTA can power essential devices whether you’re at home or outdoors. Devices include lights, microwave ovens, fridges, hairdyers, laptops, phones, electric frying pans, and more.