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Just when I thought I had seen it all, our UPS driver (who now hates me) rolled up with this 99-lb behemoth, known as the EcoFlow DELTA Pro. Not only are the potential uses seemingly endless, but the EcoFlow DELTA Pro has more ways to charge back to full power than I have ever seen.
If it isn’t obvious from the pictures, it will be from the specs provided later, but the EcoFlow DELTA Pro is not your standard “battery pack” to charge up your iPhone when camping. Sure, it will do that; in fact, if you could find a way to plug them all in somehow, it would charge over 700 phones. Obviously, that’s not a practical use case for an RVer, but seeing that 30-amp receptacle on the front of the unit should start to give you a sense of what this portable power station will do.
That 30-amp plug on the EcoFlow
There are a lot of things to talk about here, but let’s address that standard 30-amp plug on the front. Yes, you can plug your RV into the EcoFlow. Yes, it will power your camper, including the air conditioner. In fact, with something like the new SoftStartUp plugged into the EcoFlow, you should be able to run two air conditioners.
Don’t need A/C right now? No problem. The EcoFlow Delta Pro has loads of power for dozens of other uses.