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Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Power Station

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Power Station

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Power Station - The AC300 uses a dual-core controller (ARM controller + DSP controller) which combines digital and analog signals perfectly to manage and control the MPPT module, the AC Inverter module which uses a bidirectional topology supporting AC reverse fast charging, and the DC-to-DC module. The AC300 does not have a built-in battery pack, requires at least one B300 connected, and supports up to four B300 battery packs connected.

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Power Station

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable

This product integrates a solar charge controller, AC charge controller, AC inverter, lithium battery, and battery management system into one. It converts clean and environmentally friendly solar energy and grid electricity into clean electricity and sends it to all of your connected loads.

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Power Station
AC300 grid-tie home power backup system

1. How To Use Bluetti App

Please make sure the Bluetooth & Wi-Fi State is “ON” (set on the touchscreen of AC300) before connecting AC300+B300 to BLUETTI App.

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Main Interface - Settings - Next - Next - Next

Step 1

  • Search for “BLUETTI” in the App Store (for iOS devices) or Google Play (for Android devices) to download the BLUETTI App to remotely control your AC300+B300. The AC300+B300 system can be controlled via either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. In order to access the AC300+B300, please launch the BLUETTI App once downloaded and installed, and tap the “LOGIN” icon to register your BLUETTI account. Fill with your related information to continue.

Bluetti App

  • Check your email account you used in the BLUETTI App for the verification code sent from BLUETTI server and fill in the activation code located within the email to activate your BLUETTI account.

Bluetti App

Step 2

  • Connect AC300 with B300. Scan the unique QR code on AC300 to add the unit on the available device list on the App, and fill it with the password of your 2.4GWi-Fi network to activate the communication function of AC300 for data syncing.

Bluetti App

  • For Bluetooth Connecting, tap ‘’CONNECT’’ at the homepage to connect AC300+B300 with your phone via Bluetooth, select the SN number of your devices. Please tap ‘’settings-product info’’ on AC300 to view the SN number of your unit.

Bluetti Bluetooth Connection App

  • The basic information can be viewed after the unit is connected with App successfully. Tap the ‘’gear icon’’ to customize the current working mode and parameters of your AC300 under “Settings”.

Bluetti App

  • The BLUETTI App supports a “Firmware Update” function which allows access to the latest software upgrades for continued features, improvements, and fixes.

Upgrade Firmware

Note: Please keep your phone 5m/16.4ft within the AC300+B300 for a better connection during the update.

The user cannot turn on AC300 via BLUETTI App. Also, if BLUETTI APP fails to connect to the Internet. Tap "Settings" on the
MainPage of your phone and scroll down until the BLUETTI App shows up (IOS). Tap "Settings" on the main page of your phone, tap “Application Management” and select BLUETTI (Android). Tap the BLUETTI icon and verify that "Wireless and Data" permissions are enabled.

2. AC300 Features

AC300 Features

1. 24V/10A Cigarette Lighter Port8. Wireless Charging Pad
2. 12V/30A Port9. Power Button
3. LCD Screen10. USB-C(PD3.0 protocol supported)
4. USB-A (fast charging)11. Battery connection port
5. USB-A12. AC Input Port
6. AC Output Port(20A MAX)13. DC1/DC2 Input Port
7. AC Output Port(30A MAX)14. Communication Interface
  • 2400W Unrivaled Solar Input - Time to plug into full-time solar life! BLUETTI AC300 is now capable of receiving 2,400 watts of unrivaled solar charging input. With BLUETTI’s advanced MPPT controller, you can juice up a B300 (3,072Wh) battery module as soon as 1.5hrs Use only the sunshine!
  • 3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter - Packed with a 3000 watts pure sine wave inverter and able to adjust the AC charging rate (no need for a power brick, one charging cable will do just fine). The AC300 power system can also be charged at 1800W to 3000W via wall outlets according to your needs.
  • 5400W Blazing Input Rate - Waiting for recharging is never a pleasure. With both the wall outlet and solar panels plugged in, the AC300 can support up to 5400W* horrendous total input rate. Plug the system in before you pack up for the camping, and your power will be ready when you are. *The 5,400W input rate combines 2,400W solar and 3,000W AC, which requires at least two B300’s packs. Or the input rate would be limited to 3,000W with only one B300.

2. How To Startup & Power Off AC300

  • Connect AC300 with B300. Please follow the steps on B300 User Manual.
  • Power On AC300: Long press the power button for 1 second. The power button indicator will illuminate.
  • Power Off AC300: Long press the power button. The power button indicator light will turn off.
  • DC power switch and AC power switch are accessible via the Touchscreen LCD. Press the “DC ON/OFF” button and/or “AC ON/OFF” button on the screen to turn ON/OFF the DC/AC output.
  • AC300+B300 will turn on automatically from Power Off status when either grid charging and/or PV charging is applied to the unit.
  • Users can also power ON/OFF of the system by turning ON/OFF B300.
  • AC300+B300 will turn off in 4 hours under: No Input and Output/AC and DC switch at OFF state

3. AC300 User Interface

A. Main Interface

The LCD resistive touchscreen recommended pressing lightly with the edge of your fingernail until it "beeps" when it registers a press. (NOTE: Touchscreen sounds can be disabled in the Settings menu).

AC300 LCD

a. Homepageg. Date/Time
b. Settingsh. DC load Information
c. Datai. DC ON/OFF
d. Alarmj. AC ON/OFF
e. PV Charging Informationk. AC load Information
f. BMS Informationl. AC Charging Information

B. AC300 Settings

  • You can customize the working mode of AC300+B300 and tweak the parameters such as language, voltage, frequency, current (UPS In-Grid Mode), working type, date/time, etc.
  • Click the Settings Button on the homepage to enter the setting interface.
B.1. AC Output Voltage & Frequency
  • NOTE: Please check the output voltage, frequency, and other parameters BEFORE using them for the first time. The AC300 100-120V AC version cannot be set to 220-240V AC output. Users can tap the screen to set the parameters as needed. Output frequency and voltage can only be tweaked when the AC is OFF (tap the AC icon at homepage to turn off AC output).
  • The list of standard output voltage and frequency in 5 regions or countries.
    • JP Output: 100V/50 or 60Hz
    • US Output: 120V/60Hz
    • AU Output: 240V/50Hz
    • EU/UK Output: 230V/50Hz
B.2. DC Input Source
  • DC Input Source: AC300 integrates dual MPPT and separates the DC input source into DC1 and DC2 in parallel. DC1 indicates the first group of DCinput sources as the labels written on MC4 plug of PV charging cables: DC1 PV+ and DC1 PV-, DC2 PV+ and DC2 PV-.
  • DC1/DC2 consists of both the positive pole and negative pole of the MC4 plugs. Both DC1 and DC2 input sources can be set on the touchscreen: (Mainpage - Settings - DC1/DC2 Input Source).

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B.3. Language Setting & ECO Mode
  • Press the “English” or “Japanese” icon to set it as the system language display of your AC300.
  • ECO: The power-saving mode of the unit to turn off the AC output to conserve energy if the AC load is less than 30W over 4 hours.

Eco Mode

B.4. Working Mode

The AC300+B300 defaults to Standard UPS Mode. There are 4 working modes you can select in settings:

  1. Standard UPS Mode: Default working mode.
  2. Time Control UPS Mode: Suitable for areas with peak and off-peak time-of-use rates in order to save money.
  3. PV Priority UPS Mode: Recommended for areas in stable power supply.
  4. Customized UPS Mode: Customized the parameters for a better user experience. For more details on each UPS Mode setting, please read Chapter 10. UPS.
B.5. Max. Grid Input Current
  • Please check the specification of your grid, sockets, connections, wires, etc. to determine the maximum allowable current that can be drawn by the AC300. BLUETTI is not liable for any damages, injuries, or any other legal responsibility incurred directly or indirectly from changes made to this setting.
  • Max. Grid Input Current: limit the Max. the input current of the tied grid, when the current exceeds the preset value, AC300 will take charge to be the power source of the circuit.

Note: Only take effect when AC300 has been connected into the grid. The value presets are at 15A. Email the render for a safety password to unlock the Max. grid input current limit.

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4. How To Recharger AC300 And B300

  • The AC300 includes two charging ports that can be recharged in different methods. They will be covered in three different sections according to which port(s) are being connected.
  • The two ports are named Aviation Charging Port 1 [CP1] and Aviation Charging Port 2 [CP2].

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AC300+B300 supports AC, generator, solar, additional adapter, car, lead-acid battery, EV, wind turbine, and DUAL charging through Aviation Port 1 [CP1] and Aviation Port 2 [CP2].

4.1 Charging Method 1: From Wall Outlet (by AC charging cable)

Connect the AC300+B300 from CP1 via the AC charging cable to the wall outlet @1500W/100Vac, @1800W/120Vac Max. The charging process will automatically stop when it reaches 100% capacity. Additionally, you can choose to access the BLUETTI Sub Panel or the L14-30 receptacle, the maximum charging power allowed will be up to 3000W.

DO NOT charge the JP/US version(100-120V) AC300+B300 through 220-240V circuit.

4.2 Charging Method 2: From Generator (gasoline, propane, or diesel)

  • Connect the AC300 from CP1 via the generator charging cable (sold separately) to the AC output of the generator. The charging process will automatically stop when it reaches 100%.
  • The required output power of your generator has to exceed the Max. input power of the AC input port of the AC300. Also, a generator with a pure sine wave output is recommended (e.g. Inverted-based Generators) Voltage limit: 85-110VAC/JP(100VAC),102-132VAC/US(120VAC), 207-253VAC/EU/UK/AU. Frequency limit: 47Hz-53Hz(50Hz),57Hz-63Hz(60Hz).

4.3 Charging Method 3: Solar Panels (via 4pin aviation-MC4 cable)

  • For regular solar panels:
    The AC300+B300 supports two PV inputs. Each individual input supports up to 12A and the charging voltage should be between 12-150V. The AC300+B300 can achieve a combined maximum of 2400W of total solar input.
    a. User can connect solar panels in series.
    b. Connect the MC4 port of solar panels to the MC4-Aviation cable.
    c. Plug the Aviation cable to the middle input port on AC300.
  • If you choose roof/rigid panels to be the solar power source to charge your AC300+B300, the user can easily connect your rigid panels with the MC4-to-Aviation cable to your AC300+B300. The optional PV Module (additional accessory) is required to step down the voltage if the open-circuit voltage produced by your roof panels exceeds the limit of AC300 can handle: 12-150VDC, 12A*2.
    Note: This PV module doesn’t work with solar panels that have built-in microinverters, and open-circuit voltage over 550V.

4.4 Charging Method 4: Car Charging

  • Press the power button and connect it to the cigarette lighter port through the car charging cable.
  • Enter the setting interface as shown through the display screen to set the DC1/2 input source to others; The product can be charged with 8.2A maximum current.

4.5 Charging Method 5: Charging via Lead-acid battery

  • Connect to the positive and negative poles of the battery through the provided solar charging cable(pay attention to distinguish the positive and negative poles of the battery, the red clamp indicates the positive pole, and the black one indicates the negative pole).
  • Tap “setting” on the homepage to set the DC1/2 input source to “Others” to charge from the lead-acid battery

Review Bluetti AC300 Portable Charging Method 5: Supports charging the AC300+B300 with CP1 and CP2 at the same time. You can use any charging methods listed previously, simultaneous, to maximize charging power input. They are listed here again for your convenience. Select one method for CP1 and one method for CP2 for simultaneous charging.

5. AC300 Error Codes

   
Error CodeError ListTroubleshooting
01D-AMCU WarningPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
02D-BMS WarningPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
03D-A Communication ErrorPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
04Battery Voltage High
-Hardware
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
05BUS Voltage High
Hardware
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
06SPS Voltage Low
Hardware
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
07Fan Warning-HardwareClean or replace the fan to ensure proper ventilation.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
08OCP (Over Current
Protection)- Hardware
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
09LLC Soft-Start FailurePlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
010BUS Soft-Start FailurePlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
011H-BUS Voltage HighPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
012Bus Voltage HighPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
013LLC-Bus Voltage HighPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
014Bus Voltage LowPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
015DC Input Voltage HighPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
016DC Input Voltage LowPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
017DC Input Over CurrentPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
018Inverter Output Over
Current
The output power of load exceeds.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
019Inverter Voltage HighPlease check if the output of load meets the specifcations of the unit.
Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact with the dealer if the error still exists.
020Inverter Voltage LowPlease check if the output of the load meets the specifcations of the unit.
Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact with the dealer if the error still exists.
021Grid Input Over CurrentPlease check if the input of the current meets the specifcations of the unit.
Turn on the AC after rebooting, please contact with the dealer if the error still exists.
022Inverter Output Short
circuit
Please disconnect the load to make sure the load has been connected properly.
Click to clear the alarm history.
023Inverter Over-load
Protection
Please disconnect the load to make sure the output power of loads meet the limit of the
unit.
Click to clear the alarm history.
024Phase Integration ErrorCheck the input wire and whether the “Master” unit or “Slave”unit can work well.
025AC Relay Short CircuitPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
026AC Relay Open CircuitPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
027Load Relay Short CircuitPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
028Load Relay Open CircuitPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
049PV1 Over CurrentPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
050PV2 Over CurrentPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
051PV1 Over VoltagePlease check if the open circuit voltage of solar panels exceeds the input voltage
standard of AC300.
052PV2 Over VoltagePlease check if the open circuit voltage of solar panels exceeds the input voltage
standard of AC300.
053D-BAT FullThe battery is full.
054D-BAT DrainedEmpty of battery.
When SOC > 5%,the alarm is cleared.
You need to turn AC ON again on the screen.
055Inverter Overload
Warning
The output power of load exceeds.
056AC Overload WarningThe output power of load exceeds
057Grid Voltage HighPlease check whether the grid voltage fts the input voltage standard of AC300.
058Grid Voltage LowPlease check whether the grid voltage fts the input voltage standard of AC300.
059Grid Frequency HighPlease check whether the grid frequency fts the input frequency of AC300.
060Grid Frequency LowPlease check whether the grid frequency fts the input frequency of AC300.
061Multi Communication
Error
Please check whether the communication cable is connected correctly.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
062Multi Address ErrorPlease check whether the communication cable is connected correctly.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
063Multi Synchronization
Error
Please check whether the communication cable is connected correctly.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
064Multi Brak Phase ErrorPlease check if the input of the AC voltage meets the specifcations of the unit.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
065PV Paralleling ErrorPlease check whether the PV parallel enable setting is consistent with the PV input.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
081BMS Communication
Interrupt
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
082LCD Communication
Interrupt
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
083EEPROM Read & Write
Error
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
084DSP Confguration ErrorPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
085RTC Read & Write ErrorPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
08612V/30A Port OCPPlease disconnect the appliances on DC 12V/30A ports.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
08724V/10A Port OCPPlease disconnect the appliances on DC 24V/10A ports.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
088USB/TYPE-C/PD Port
Current High
Please disconnect the appliances on USB ports.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
089DC 12V/30A Output
Current High
Please disconnect the appliances on DC 12V/30A ports.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
090DC 24V/10A Output
Current High
Please disconnect the appliances on DC 24V/10A ports.
Clear the alarm history or restart the unit.
091DC Output soft start
Failure
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
092DC 12V/30A Output Short
Circuit
Please disconnect the appliances on DC output ports.
093DC 24V/10A Output Short
Circuit
Please disconnect the appliances on DC output ports.
094USB/TYPE-C/PD Port
Locked
Please disconnect the load to make sure the output power of loads meet the limit of the unit.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
09512V/30A DC Port LockedPlease disconnect the load to make sure the output power of loads meet the limit of the unit.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
09624V/10A DC Port LockedPlease disconnect the load to make sure the output power of loads meet the limit of the
unit.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
097BMS Temperature
abnormal
Please store AC300 at the recommended temperature and leave it until the temperature
inside back to the normal standard.
098BMS Over VoltagePlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
099BMS Low VoltagePlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
100BMS Over CurrentPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
101BMS Precharge ErrorPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
102BMS Output Short CircuitPlease contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
103BMS communication cable
error
Please check whether the battery power cable is reliably connected.
Please check whether the lock switch on the power cable has been turnd on.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
107NTC FaultyPlease leave the unit at the recommended temperature few hours to recover.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit.
108Fan FaultyClean or replace the fan to ensure proper ventilation.
Please contact with the dealer if the error still exists after rebooting the unit

 

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