Anchorage, Alaska Dec 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Nov 20, NEW YORK - Mango Power Union, the most sought-after battery system of the year, has posted a successful first week of sales, amassing as much as $312,094 out of the campaign's initial $20,000 goal. The super early bird price announced by Mango Power is a very competitive USD2,799 for end consumers.
"Having the support of campaign backers validates our product belief. There was a product gap in-home energy for a stylish and ultra-functional battery that could both power our homes and our active lifestyles with a portable option. Now, there's Mango Power Union to cover both needs. With our detachable design, users can have the best of both worlds", says Steve Wang, CEO of Mango Power
Indiegogo campaign backer Chandi Wansa, commented: What excited me the most is the built-in inverter, which makes it easy to use and move. Also excited about the 6900 Wh. Would probably be buying a couple of more units to use together!
Mango Power Union is a modular power station consisting of two parts: a large, heavy-duty home base and a smaller, detachable unit designed for portability. When the family is out of power, you can use the main module alone or attach the power move to bring 4,000W/6,900WH emergency power to the family, enabling devices such as refrigerators, kitchens, heating, or aircon to work as usual. You can stack up to 10 units, multiplying by 10 the backup energy capacity.
This high-power but stylish and at the same time detachable design has captured the minds of backers in the Indiegogo campaign. Werner writes: I already own a bunch of battery backup units, most of them 1kWh, 1.6kWh, 2kWh, and I expect the Delta Pro soon. All of them have Solar input, etc. But none of them come at even half of the specs of the Mango product. As an Electric Car owner, I needed a big capacity emergency battery if the car would run down.
But it's not just about capacity and a modular design. Mango Power Union boasts 19 output ports, including AC, USB-C, wireless charging, and EV charging. It is also possible to stack up to 10 devices to reach a capacity of 69 kWh/43.5kW.
The Power Union promises fast charging through the roof or portable solar panels and supports 2kW MPPTx2 solar charging (16V-150V) and 3.3 kW wall charging. Weighing in at 68kg, it measures 44.6--34.6--68 cm and comes with a 24-month warranty.
Mango Power Union also tracks power data via the company's app, including available power, charging rate, temperature, and charging mode. Meanwhile, a series of social functions, such as a leaderboard sharing function, allows you to compare how sustainable you are compared to other users; and provides data to track environmental impact footprints.
The app displays the conversion of solar energy in KWh, while carbon emissions are expressed in tons and tree planting equivalents thanks to the partnership of Mango Power Union with One Tree Planted. The app further estimates how much you're saving by utilizing solar power, in comparison to just using the grid.
But if there's a first impression that really stands out of this product is its design. Batteries tend to have a rather industrial and functional design. However, Mango Power Union puts design at the center of the product conception. It understands that it'll serve the purpose of a home, and provides a design that can fit beautifully in so many spaces.
About Mango Power
Mango Power is a green energy brand focused on developing home power supply solutions, portable power devices, and related accessories. Mango Power's mission is to bring smart green energy products into every home, and help every family realize a zero carbon emission future. The Mango Power Union, its first product, is the world's rst battery system to integrate both home and portable power solutions. Its iconic look and all-in-one detachable design are expected to make a successful launch in late 2021 through Indiegogo. More information here or visiting www.mangopower.com
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