The Feature-Rich Blackview Oscal PowerMax 3600 Arrives on 10 January

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Power Your Life WIth This Portable Power Station!

[Press Release] The world’s first rugged portable power station is here. To assist the growing dependency on electronic devices and eliminate the uncertainty around power outages or remote traveling, Blackview Oscal has introduced the PowerMax 3600.

The PowerMax 3600 is more than just a travel companion, boasting indoor functionality in addition to its outdoor usage. Whether it be on-site work, a camping trip, or a power outage, this portable power station remains reliable in all scenarios.

Blackview Oscal PowerMax 3600 Power Station

When selecting a power station, users typically pick options that cover all the bases. This boils down to a choice that includes a hefty battery that can be charged quickly, numerous outlets, a power output of 1000 watts or more, and a swift UPS switchover.

The PowerMax 3600 ships with all of these features and then some. Featuring a 57,600Wh battery that can be charged in just 1.2 hours, it packs enough punch to accompany the 3600W of power output.

A 5-8ms UPS switchover and 14 output ports further add to the list of compelling features included by Blackview Oscal. To ensure the power station is suitable for all kinds of conditions, it is bolstered by a rugged design.

The company boasts operation in temperatures as low as -20°C and as high as 55°C. Its battery is also extremely reliable, lasting over two decades. Through a focus on longevity and durability, Blackview Oscal has managed to carry forward the build quality from its rugged phones to the PowerMax 3600.

The power station is built to survive drops as high as 0.8m and can easily withstand water splashes. Dust is unable to do much against the PowerMax 3600 either, with UV protection further adding to its durability.

Blackview Oscal PowerMax 3600 Power Station

In terms of effectiveness, the PowerMax 3600 carries enough battery capacity to provide an additional 23KM range for electric cars. To further enhance its effectiveness, users can equip the power station with more batteries, approaching independence from the power grid when combined with solar panels for maximum efficiency.

Despite introducing a humongous battery, Blackview Oscal has kept charging times lower than usual. Preserving the environment during this process, the power station can rely on solar panels, water turbines, and more for charging.

While solar panels alone can charge the PowerMax 3600 from 20% to 100% in just 1.8 hours, combining them with electricity can get the power station up and running from 20% in a record-breaking time of one hour.

Throughout this process, the environment remains preserved. Another impressive part of the PwerMax 3600 is its Battery Management System, which prevents damage to the power station in extreme scenarios through temperature and voltage monitoring.

Blackview Oscal PowerMax 3600 Power Station

With four advanced sensors, Blackview Oscal’s technology quickly recognizes sudden spikes in temperature within 100ms. Four smart fans also help control the temperature, lowering it by 40° C in worst-case scenarios.

Sturdy batteries that boast 3500 charging cycles make the overall package even better. Reliable batteries coupled with a UPS that prevents appliances from losing power ensure the PowerMax 3600 adds a new level of comfort to consumers’ everyday lives.

Putting these strengths together, Blackview Oscal has created an incredible package. For those looking to power their lives like never before, it will soon be available for purchase on 10 January, with pre-orders now open for just $50 and providing a special discount.

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