The Duracell PowerBlock 500 is a gas-free battery generator that can make outdoor activities more fun and help in emergencies.
The PowerBlock 500 has a 478Wh Lithium-Ion battery and a 500W Pure Sine Wave Inverter that can power up to seven devices at once through multiple ports: 3 AC Outlets, 2 USB-A Ports, 1 USB-C Port, and a 12V DC socket.
Bring speakers, a laptop, and a mini-fridge on your next camping trip, or make sure you have plenty of lights and a charged phone when the power goes out at home.
For added convenience, the Duracell PowerBlock 500 can be charged in two ways: with AC power or with solar panels like Duracell’s 200W Portable Solar Panel and its built-in MPPT controller.
Specifications | Duracell Powerblock 500
|Battery||478Wh (11.1V, 44.3Ah)|
|AC Charger||120 VAC, 80 W|
|Solar Controller – MPPT||13-30 VDC, 200 W Max|
|AC Output (3 sec PowerBoost)||1000 W|
|USB – C PD (1x)||5V / 9V / 12V / 15V / 20V, 3.0A, 60W Max|
|EMI||FCC Part 15|
|Length||27.0 cm / 10.6 in|
Device Run Times
|LED String Lights||3.3W||151 hours|
|LED Light Bulb (100 W Equivalent)||14W||35.5 hours|
|Incandescent Light Bulb||58.8W||8.5 hours|
|TV (42″ LED) (100 W) + DVR||48.3W||11 hours|
|Dorm Fridge/Mini Fridge (3.7 cu ft)||40W||12 hours|
|Sump Pump||250W||1.5 hours|
Features | Duracell Powerblock 500
- Designed with You in Mind
- So Easy, Anyone Can Use It
- Reliable Emergency Power
- Fast 4 Hour Recharge with Solar
- Battery Powered vs Gas Generators
- PowerBoost Technology
How Do You Charge A Duracell Powerblock 500?
For added convenience, the PowerBlock 500 can be charged in two ways: with AC power or with solar panels like Duracell’s 200W Portable Solar Panel and its built-in MPPT controller.
How Long Does It Take A Duracell Power Bank To Charge?
3.5 hours of charging time with the included USB-A to USB-C cable (0.6m). You can tell when your device is charging, when it’s fully charged, and how much power is left in your powerbank by the LED lights.