GoBlock by REDARC is both a portable dual battery system and a flexible, portable power station, featuring REDARC’s market leading DC charging technology. This system is built for the most rugged and distant off-grid adventure, yet it is suitable for practically any vehicle, from cars and vans to 4WDs.
With USB, Accessory, Merit, Engel/Fridge and Anderson outputs, the REDARC GoBlock is ideal for charging your smart devices, phones, games, cameras and drones, as well as powering lights, compressors, a portable fridge and more.
This is not a standard 12v battery box. It features the latest lithium cell technology and has been designed to allow for more charge cycles than other portable power stations on the market, ensuring value for money and a longer life span.
Unlike many traditional battery boxes, the GoBlock is capable of operating in a wider temperature range, meaning it will perform in extreme conditions without compromising performance.
As an all-in-one solution, there are no fans or exposed components that can affect the unit. This means you can take it from the car to the beach, worksite, family BBQ or campsite without worrying about wind, water, dust or grime.
With stamina that goes way beyond weekend power or your run of the mill camping battery box, now you can load up and put civilisation in your rear-view for longer.
The REDARC GoBlock offers flexible charge options, ranging from 7.5amp AC mains to pre-charge it before you leave the house, to a cigarette socket trickle charge using the in-vehicle DC Accessory Socket charger. It will also accept up to 50A input from power sources via an Anderson plug, including solar panels and solar blankets.This is not your normal 12v battery box, it includes a host of Australian made and designed features including:
As part of our commitment towards social responsibility, the GoBlock's aluminium casing is made using 100% recycled materials. In an effort to preserve the environment for future generations, GoBlock features scrap aluminium from items such as old alloy wheels, lithographic plates, expired fire extinguisher bodies, stripped electrical wire and automotive engines.
Do away with simple camping battery box setups and unleash portable power with REDARC’s GoBlock.
ARE PORTABLE POWER STATIONS WORTH IT?
Portable power stations are a very handy gadget to have on hand if you go on regular camping trips and adventures in Australia. They’re super functional systems that are capable of powering almost any of your appliances.
WHAT CAN A 12V POWER STATION RUN?
REDARC’s portable power supply is capable of running a range of appliances, including:
CAN YOU LEAVE A PORTABLE POWER STATION PLUGGED IN ALL THE TIME?
To increase the lifespan of your portable power station, we recommend not overcharging and keeping it constantly plugged in. This will only reduce its lifespan and cause damage to internal parts. Instead, charge your batteries to 80-90% capacity, then unplug from the power.
CAN A PORTABLE POWER STATION RUN A REFRIGERATOR?
Yes, a camping power station can power a refrigerator. However, you will need to check the size and wattage of the refrigerator to ensure the portable power bank has enough capacity to charge it. If you have any enquiries, please contact our tech support team today.
WHAT ARE THE PROS AND CONS OF PORTABLE POWER STATIONS?
Portable power stations are super versatile as they can be used to power a wide variety of appliances. They are also clean, quiet and environmentally friendly systems, perfect for all your adventuring needs. However, some portable battery packs can be heavy and have limited capacity, depending on the particular one you choose.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A POWER STATION AND A POWER BANK?
Portable power banks are smaller and more compact devices that are often used to charge small devices, like mobile phones. On the other hand, portable power boxes are heavier systems that are capable of powering a wide range of appliances.
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