The Ecoflow Delta Pro

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0:00 Intro
2:42 Expansion Battery
4:08 Remote Control and Display
5:02 Wifi App Connection
6:47 DC Outputs
7:34 Infinity AC (Double Voltage Hub)
8:20 DC Input (Car Charge or Solar)
11:06 My Favorite Configuration
12:03 Downsides and AC300 Comparison
16:00 Which one would I buy?
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Author — DIY Solar Power with Will Prowse

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I've been following Will for a very long time ever since his subs were about around 2000 of them. He is the most honest, humble, yet the most unbaised person & channel you could find on youtube period. I am so happy to see him and his channel growing and I already knew it a long time ago that Will will be successful without a doubt.

Author — Danny Lee

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This is the kind of reviews I'm interested in. It feels completely unbais towards any of these companies mentioned and you clearly state your opinion and what's factual. So many reviews mixed the two and it hurts their credibility.

Keep producing great content:-)

Author — Antonio Cunningham

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I just found this channel tonight through my recent research journey on the ECOFLOW. Your method of delivery, honesty, and easy to understand language is brilliant mate.
You really have got it down to a fine art.

Author — First Timer

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Great review. These are MONSTERS!! My budget and needs are smaller but these seem to be the answer for BIG needs where portability is not an issue. Thanks Will.

Author — Cute One

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Will does another really great review. Contrary to Will's remark about the smart car charger I think that's amazing for traveling. Pull into a mall, provincial or national park and you can charge your system.

Author — semic capital

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Ok... Typically I am not a fan of AIO solar generator products.
But.
The Delta Pro IS a pretty nice unit, and its features really do make it a very decent unit for real world usability. Paired with some pretty impressive specs and what looks to be excellent build quality, I would put this down as one of the more well designed solar generator units.

I hope these companies send you lots of free stuff in exchange for all the use case testing and real world engineering critique.

Great Video!

:-)

Author — The Way-off Grid

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Hi Will. I've been watching your videos for a while now, and they're all packed full of great info. I've learned which devices I need to use and how to connect them all together. I especially like your milk crate videos. But there's one thing I'm still missing and that's the sizing of components when starting with just an AH requirement (and want to plan for growth). For example, I've got the Chins 100AH battery and three 200W Renogy panels (22.6V/8.85A each). Part of me thinks that's an overkill for the battery, but I'd like to expand to a 300AH battery and maybe add another 200W solar panel in the future. How do I determine solar charge controller size? And what if I want to add a converter (like the Victron Blue Smart IP65) in the future? My system is all 12V, so I don't need an inverter, but you've used inverter/chargers in the past. What if I just need a converter? Well, if you happen to have time, I'd love to see you do a project that walks through building a base system that's growth friendly. Keep up the great stuff! This is what YouTube was meant for!!!

Author — Lorien Drechsler

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What I love about your videos is that you do no BS reviews and tears downs, while giving your honest opinions. Makes it so much easier to find products that actually work to suit any budget.

Author — globe1987

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For a plug and play system these are great, Thanks Will for your 48 Volt system videos. I built an off grid backup that was simple, cheaper, and higher capacity, but i'm comfortable working with electricity.

Author — Y'all Crazy

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As far as how great these various systems are, depends on your application, van, RV or house, and the equipment you plan on powering. One system could be superior but completely incompatible for your end use.

Author — JB91710

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I've been researching some of these systems and the Delta Pro in particular. The thing I like about it so far is you can use multiple inputs at the same time, solar power plus AC, and it's expandable for things like wind power. It also has a smart generator that automatically turns on when the powerbank gets below a certain level and turns off automatically when it gets up to a certain level. How does the Bluette compare to this?

Author — Andrew Carlson

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Very good review, ECOFLOW has one of the best power stations out there. I did a long term review of my ECOFLOW River Pro and that thing lets me work from home off grid all day.

Author — Real Sense

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Hey man! Thanks for all the helpful videos!!! You’re incredible. Quick question, I’m doing my first van build and I’m trying to decide if I should go with BattleBorn batteries or if I could get away with Zooms. I can get more batteries if I go with zooms and I really want to spend time off grid. If I install a cool temperature cutoff system with the Zooms, would you say I could go with them or still buy less batteries and go with BattleBorn?

Author — Justin Hickox

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Hey Will, just found your channel and really like it. I am toying around with building my own dual battery setup for my vehicle. I have been using a power station like a jackery500 to power my fridge, using a cheapo 100w foldable panel. I am torn whether to buy a deep cycle AGM and inverter that would be charged via solar and my alternator, or just buy a bigger power station. Im running a 12v fridge and would like to charge phone, laptop and a couple camera batteries. I really think I should just build my own... Do you have any videos on something like this? Thanks!

Author — Ancient Overland

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Hi Will, I think a possible use case for the ev charger port on the eco flo pro is when it is installed in something like a rv and the user needs to quickly juice up their system while on the go.

Author — Mason

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This is a beautiful beast. Love ❤️ evolution of these solar generators. Sure beats the massive battery banks of the not so distant past.

Author — Desert Shadow

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Thank you for producing so many objective and informative videos. It has helped me make choices on multiple devices. I am having a large grid-tied solar system installed professionally with REC AA Pure 395W panels x 75 with IQ7+ micro inverters. The enphase batteries seem too expensive for the kWh and performance compared to other options. The installers are unwilling to consider incorporating solutions such as a EG4 LiFePO4 battery bank. They seem to think I can do something after their install but aren't specific.  

What type of battery solution would you recommend using with this system? What components should I ensure they install -- such as IQ load controller and system controller - to future proof expansion to battery backup?  

If not compatible I may consider an ecopro bank tied into a critical load panel and charged with a standard 110v outlet or my gas generator when grid down?

Thank You

Author — Let's Talk Orthopedics

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Thanks for the review of these products! I recently started watching your videos and looking into solar generators. I’ve been going back and forth trying to decide if a grid tied solar system with batteries would be worth the cost. I live in Puerto Rico where the power grid is not the most reliable so a home UPS system seems like the most cost effective solution for power outages and times of power shedding.

Author — Brian Gibbs

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Thanks for the comparison. I almost went with the Ecoflow but decided to go with the Bluetti because having the ability to use each expansion battery independently is very important to me.

Author — Strength Addiction