The tech developer Runhood Power Inc. has released its first portable power station: the RALLYE 600. While a wide range of portable power stations have entered the market in recent years, the RALLYE 600 is unique in that it is the first to offer batteries that can be swapped out without cutting the power supply. In theory, this means that the RALLYE 600 can deliver “infinite” power as long as its batteries are changed and recharged consistently.
What makes the Runhood RALLYE 600 unique?
While the majority of portable power stations lack the ability to swap batteries, the Runhood RALLYE 600 is capable of swapping between two 324-watt-hour batteries without losing power, so devices can continue operating uninterrupted. These batteries can operate side by side for a total of 648 watt hours, and users can purchase additional batteries as needed.
Runhood also offers two different module sizes–a 110V/80W AC Module and a 256W DC Module–that can be used with single batteries to reduce operating size and weight as needed. The unit can also be recharged via solar power, and the company offers a portable 100W panel for this purpose.
What can this power station be used for?
Portable power stations similar to the RALLYE 600 can be used for everything from camping, to boating, to off-grid worksites, to providing backup emergency power at home. Power stations like these have become particularly popular among the van-life crowd, which uses them to power devices, small appliances, lighting, and more.
“We designed this product to be a solution to a growing problem. Increasingly, our work and play are taking us offsite and off-the-grid. We need products that support the flexibility and demands of this changing landscape,” said Yao. “People are living in vans and on boats, and working from campgrounds and tropical beaches. We want to make sure these new adventures and modes of productivity are supported with a system that adapts to the way we live now.”
The RALLYE 600 is currently available starting at $739 on either the company’s website or via .
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