Both models have several power outlets, which include ports ranging from AC to USB-A and USB-C. They are capable of providing charge to multiple devices at once. For example, the 2000 variant can charge a refrigerator at 65W for 30 hours, and the 1200 variant can charge a laptop at 50WH up to 39 times. The power stations have a 3,000-cycle charging capacity and can be completely recharged in two hours using a wall outlet. They can also be charged using a 400W solar panel, and an integrated LCD display of the charging settings is available at all times.
The GOKKCL 1200 and GOKKCL 2000 have a rated output of 1200W and 2000W. When put to the peak capacity, they can give an output of 2400W and 4000W, respectively. They weigh 12.5kg, and 22kg and their dimensions are 386 x 225 x 317mm and 386 x 275 x 306mm. Both the models have advanced Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries which have capacities of 960 WH and 1997WH. The DC output of both is 12V/10A Max, while the AC output method is Pure Sin Wave, and USB outputs are 5V/2.4A.
Price & Availability
The GOKKCL 1200 and GOKKCL 2000 are priced at $899 and $1,399, respectively. Backers of the GOKKCL power plants’ ongoing Kickstarter campaign must contribute $545 and $824 for the models. Next month, these new Portable Power Solutions will be available everywhere globally with additional shipping charges depending on the delivery location and type.