Testing The Jackery 1500

Testing The Jackery 1500

Testing The Jackery 1500 – I’m going to do a little test with my Jackery 1500. I’m gonna be charging two new Dewalt 5 amps hour batteries lithium. I’m gonna see how long it takes them to fully charge, strictly on the Jackery 1500. That’s my 500 there, I’ve had it for over a year. I absolutely love it.

Testing The Jackery 1500

I’m charging my cell phone, I’m currently on now. It’s kind of low, so I’m going to be recharging it, but I’m fixing to see how long it’s going to take. You see it’s only got one bar supposed to be up to three both of these, you got one bar. So, let’s see how long this is going to take.

The Jackery 1500Testing The Jackery 1500

We’re going to see how long the Jackery 1500 is going to take to charge the Dewalt batteries here and to see how much it drains. Okay, right now it’s at 99 percent, turn on that AC power. We’re going to insert the battery. So, we’re going to see how long it takes this to fully charge, right now time on deck is about four, no three thirty-four p.m on Sunday afternoon, September the 19th. So, I’ll give you an update here real soon. All right, time on deck is 5 21. Both of them are fully charged, as you can see, so it took almost two hours.

Dewalt BatteriesDewalt Batteries

So, about 2 hours, or an hour and in 52 minutes, or 50 minutes there’s what it took. Let’s see how much it used, so we had 86 percent. We were at 99, so that’s 13. So, if it had to, it could probably charge this another six more times. These two, so not too bad. Well, worth the money. I’ve had this for over a year, and I absolutely love this thing. It’ll keep a laptop going all day long, keep your cell phones charged all day long. you don’t need to be hooked up to the grid. Because you’re able to charge the Jackery 500 with an uh two solar panels for about 8 hours, and Jackey 1500 four solar panels for about 9 hours, and then you can charge it from a car, and a wall outlet.

Jackery Explorer 1500

Jackery Explorer 1500
Jackery Explorer 1500
Price: $1,599.00
The Jackery Explorer 1500 brings the power – that is stable, safe, and it offers huge 1488Wh capacities, 1800W AC outputs, and a fast recharging efficiency, which will run up to 7 appliances all together at once.

Jackery 1500 Specifications

Weight33.1 lbs (15 kg)
Dimensions (LxWxD)14 x 10.4 x 12.7 in (35.6 x 26.4 x 32.3 cm)
Operating Usage Temperature14-104F (-10-40℃)
CertificationFCC, ROHS, UN38.3
Warranty24 Months
Optional AccessoryJackery SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel
Capacity1488Wh (36V, 41.3Ah)
Cell ChemistryPanasonic 18650 Li-ion Batteries
Battery Life8 Years
Management SystemBMS, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection

Jackery 1500 Test Result

ExplorerMini CoolerElectric GrillPressure CookerCoffee MakerHair DryerAir Conditioner
E100017 hours50 Min50 Min
E150026 hours75 Min75 Min68 Min
E200035 hours100 Min100 Min90 Min66 Min106 Min


ExplorerPhoneLaptopLightsMini CoolerBlenderCPAP
E24024 Charges2 Charges21 Hours4 Hours
E30031 Charges2.5 Charges24 Hours5 Hours4 Hours
E50053 Charges3.5 Charges45 Hours9 Hours7 Hours9 Hours


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