iTechworld Lithium Power Stations Troubleshooting
Watch Josh walk through how to use the iTECH1300P.
My lithium power station will not charge via solar.
Please ensure you are using an un-regulated solar panel. All iTechworld power stations have an inbuilt solar controller. Please ensure that your solar panel's specs are compatible with the power station. Details on your power station are available online HERE or in your user guide.
My solar controller regulator does not recognise the power station.
You cannot use a standalone solar controller/regulator with the iTECH1300P as all iTechworld lithium power stations have their own inbuilt MPPT solar controller. Please connect an un-regulated solar panel to the lithium power station.
My DCDC charger does not recognise the power station.
You cannot use a standalone DCDC charger with the iTECH1300P as all iTechworld lithium power stations have their own inbuilt DCDC charger. Please charge the iTECH1300P directly from a 12v source such as a cigarette socket.
My lithium power station does not run my fridge as long as I expect.
Please ensure your fridge's low voltage cut off is set to the lowest setting. Set the fridge to a temperature of 2-4 degrees. Ensure the DC lock option is set to on if applicable with your lithium power station. Some fridges may get a longer run time using 240v.
My iTECH1000P’s does not have AC power when fully charged.
The iTECH1000P enters battery conditioning mode if it is charged to full. During this mode the inverter function of the iTECH1000P will not operate until the conditioning is complete. Battery conditioning mode is designed to prolong the life of the lithium battery. To bypass this, you must drain the battery via a 12v load.
My lithium power station no longer charges to 100% or drops to 0% prematurely.
This is an issue with the power station's control panel. Re-charge the power station to 100%, fully drain the lithium power station to 0% and then re-charge again to 100%. This will correct the issue with your control panel and your power station will operate as expected.
My lithium power station does not charge and discharge at the same time.
Earlier models of the iTECH1000P do not have this feature.
My inverter only runs for 6 hours.
The inverter function on a lithium power station will operate for 6 hours only. Disconnect and re-connect to engage the inverter again.
My lithium power station charges via solar at a lower wattage than what my panel is rated for.
An iTechworld lithium power station will regulate the current and voltage from your solar panel and charge the battery pack the most effective way. Some power stations will cap the input power at a lower wattage than what the solar panel is rated for.
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