Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by Scott
6:31pm – OK, the presenter is just reading Amazon comments now. This has gone downhill after the pricing. Why did they not share the individual pricing? The pricing seems…high.
6:28pm – April 5th availability on Amazon for the Jackery 1500. 4 Solar Saga panels, 1488Wh 400W solar input. 600W AC input on the 1500. Jeez this is spendy.
6:27pm – Holy smokes, the pre-sale of the 2000 is only available with 3 200W panels.
6:21pm – 2060Wh / 2200W peak power rating on the new Jackery 2000!
6:17pm – Solarpeak – New Jackery technology called Solarpeak. It sounds like an improved MPPT technology. It is apparently 30% more efficient than MPPT, when using Jackery solar panels and solar generators together.
6:15pm PST – The new Jackery 2000 has an AC Input of 1,000W. Wohoo! And the Solar Panel Input is 800W! Huge improvements to charging. 2 hours to 80%, with a built-in AC charger.
The new display screen on the Jackery 2000 looks like a big improvement. It shows how long it will take to time to full charge. The output will show remaining time to full discharge as well.
4:23pm PST – Jackery is finally releasing a faster charging model to compete with the insanely fast charging EcoFlow models. I haven’t seen the specs yet for how fast, but hopefully it is comparable to the EcoFlow. We will see. I will be live-blogging the “Jackery Day” announcement at 6pm PST tonight with more details on the new models being announced.
With a 1500 and 2000 model name, my guess is the capacity being around 1500 Watt-hours and 2,000 Watt-hours (Wh) respectively. The big unknowns at this point ar the peak and continuous Watt-output, and the charging speed. Those are the two main areas where Jackery is getting crushed by EcoFlow. I love the ergonomics of the Jackery line, and so I really hope they can catch up spec-wise with these two new models.
Neither model will be available on Amazon until later in April or May.
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