ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro Power Station

by | Dec 9, 2023

ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro Power Station

PLEASE NOTE: SINCE THE RELEASE OF THE VIDEO AND OUR EVALUATION, ALLPOWERS NO LONGER OFFERS THE S2000 POWER STATION WITH A 30 AMP CONNECTION.

We are always on the lookout for efficient yet simple systems to extend our power needs in our RV travels. When towing for long days and overnight stays where there’s no opportunity to connect to a power pedestal, our option has been to power the 110 Volt appliances with a gasoline 4500 Watt generator. Sometimes this is overkill when we need to stop for 30 minutes for lunch or our overnight stay at a Harvest host occurs during the months when no air conditioning is needed. For these stops, we needed a midsize portable power stations. To meet these off-grid power needs, we tested the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro portable power station and this unit exceeded our expectations especially with it’s 30 Amp RV connection.

ALLPOWERS S2000 PRO Portable Power Station

The ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro has a 1500Wh capacity and 2400W output making it capable of running most RV and home appliances. The power station can operate as a UPS immediately supplying battery backup power. This is a great applications for both RV travelers and off-grid homes when refrigerators, computers, and other delicate equipment loose 110V AC power or power fluctuates above or below safe levels.

We were impressed with the speed when recharging the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro portable power station and fully recharging within 1.5 hours when plugged into a household 110V outlet. Via the MPPT 650W max solar input and using 600 Watts of solar power, the power station has the opportunity to be fully recharged within 3 hours.

The ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro portable power station supports Bluetooth wireless connections with ALLPOWERS smart phone app. We were able to monitor and control the power station from 30 feet away. Using the power station LCD display and the smart phone app, we could accurately determine the power station’s remaining battery, input and output wattage.

S2000 Pro Specifications

  • Capacity – 1500Wh / 405405mAh
  • Battery Type – Ternary lithium battery
  • Wattage – 37.5 x 24.5 x 25 centimeters / 14.76 x 9.64 x 9.84 inch
  • AC Power – 2400W AC Pure Sine Wave Inverter (4,000W Surge)
  • Weight – 32 lbs
  • 1 – 30 A RV outlet
  • 4 – AC Output
  • 4 – USB A Output
  • 1 – Car Output
  • 2- USB C Output
  • Solar Input – MPPT 18-70V, 18A 650W Max

ALLPOWERS also provided two 200 Watt portable solar panels, Model AP-SP-033. The panels were simple to set up and came with a number of adapters to connect to various solar powered devices. Since the panels and power station are not sold as a kit, the panels did not connect MC4 adapters to connect the panels together or a MC4 to XT60 cable to connect the panels to the power station. These are not expensive items and I had both in my power kit. I also prefer using a longer power cord from the solar panels to the power station allowing me to extend the connection from outdoors to the 5th wheel storage bay.

AP-SP-033 Portable Solar Panel Specifications

  • Peak power – 200 Watts
  • Open circuit voltage – 22.2V
  • Maximum power voltage – 18V
  • Maximum power current – 11A
  • Weight – 13.9 lbs
  • Size folded for transport – 25.6 inches x 20.3 inches
  • Size unfolded for use – 87.8 inches x 25.6 inches

How we tested the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro Power Station

As with all our power systems testing at iLoveRVlife, we set up the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro as our primary power source. Now with the advantage of having a 30 Amp RV style receptacle, we used a 50 Amp to 30 Amp adapter to connect the power station to the side of the 5th wheel. With this connection, we were able to run all 110V devices located inside our Montana.

Testing the S2000 Pro Power station
Our Montana 5th wheel is set up for long term living plus we’ve added a number of 110 volt powered devices to the factory installation adding to our entertainment and work-on-the-road requirements. To test the power station, I wanted to use as many devices at one time just as if we stopped along our travels for a long lunch break or an overnight stop at a Harvest Host.

Our first test was connecting an oscilloscope to the power station. Before we connected this power station to the 5th wheel, I wanted to ensure the inverter was capable of producing clean power. We found the inverter produced a smooth sine wave with no jagged edges or clipping. This occur at idle and with a load. This is important especially with the use of sensitive electronics such as TVs, computers, routers, etc. to where a jagged sine wave, also known as dirty power, can prevent these devices from operating properly.

For our load test we powered the following devices at the same time to maximize wattage consumption using the power station.

  • GE 3-door residential refrigerator
  • 1500 Watt microwave
  • 50 inch TV
  • ROKU soundbar
  • Cradlepoint 5G R1900 cellular router

I also wanted to test the power station for those times when Joan would be spending time at her make-up desk running both a curling iron and a 1500 Watt hair dryer. I tuned these on while running all the devices listed above without the microwave.

This test would be a typical usage load on our 110V service. All the devices would operate at the same time with the exception of the microwave which would be used for short a duration during meal preparation time. Running all the device above used 1600 Watts of power for both tests. The test performed is to ensure a refrigerator with the compressor starting and causing a brief power surge would not cause the power station to overload and shut off when other 110 Volt devices were in use. With the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro power station having the ability to handle a 4000 Watt surge, no overload or shutdown was experienced.

Testing the ALLPOWERS 200 Watt portable solar panels
We had a sunny December day with no clouds to test the panels. We connected the two panels to the S2000 Pro power station and were able to achieve 260 Watts of power at 20 volts. This was a reasonable output considering the angle of the winter sun.

The power station was at 81% remaining capacity from our testing and we charged the unit to 100% withing 1 hour and 20 minutes.

To see the actual testing, view the video below.

Final Thoughts

Overall I was very impressed with the performance of the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro power station and the AP-SP-033 200 Watt foldable solar panels. Given all the appliances we have in the 5th wheel that we use on a regular basis, the power station operated with ample wattage to spare.

Replenishing the capacity of the power station would be easily sustained throughout the day and we found using for our general power use and the two 200 Watt solar panels should replace the power daily power used on those sunny days.

When comparing price to performance, the ALLPOWERS S2000 Pro power station is an excellent addition when off-grid RV power is needed.

Out thanks to ALLPOWERS for providing the S2000 Pro power station and the AP-SP-033 portable solar panels for our review.Below the video, we have provided helpful links for products used.

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