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Anker SOLIX F2000 Portable Power Station 2048Wh | 2400W
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Anker SOLIX F2000 Portable Power Station 2048Wh | 2400W
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PowerHouse 767

Anker SOLIX F2000 Portable Power Station 2048Wh | 2400W

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Product Features:

  • Long-Lasting Technology, InfiniPower™
  • 2400W | 2048Wh
  • Expansion Battery—4096Wh
  • 1000W Solar Input
  • Fast Charging System, GaNPrime™
  • Portable and Durable
  • TT-30 Port for RV
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    Anker SOLIX F2000 Portable Power Station 2048Wh|2400W
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    Anker SOLIX F2000 + Expansion Battery
    Includes 1× 760 for twice the power and endless possibilities.
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    Anker SOLIX F2000 Solar Generator + 1× 200W Solar Panel
    Includes 1× 531 for convenient charging anywhere, anytime.
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    Anker SOLIX F2000 Solar Generator + 2× 200W Solar Panel
    Includes 2× 531 for convenient charging anywhere, anytime.
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    Brief Introduction

    Energy That's Clean and Free

    Fight climate change and help your wallet with Anker 767 Solar Generator. It eliminates up to 2,654 kg of carbon emissions over its product lifespan.

    1000W Max Solar Input
    Whenever you are outdoors, recharge the portable power station quickly, conveniently, and sustainably by taking advantage of its 1000W solar input capacity.
    Smart App Energy Control
    With a fast and stable Bluetooth connection, access key information about your portable power station. Check the remaining battery life, monitor charging time, and customize power usage without requiring Wi-Fi.
    2048Wh | 2400W
    The portable power station packs a punch with a massive 2048Wh capacity and 2400W AC output, making it easy to power almost any appliance. When you need more power, expand to 4096Wh by adding an expansion battery.
    Portable and Durable Design
    With durable 4.72-inch wheels and EasyTow™️ retractable handle, bring reliable power whenever you need it. The handle and wheels allow for smooth travel over distances up to 125mi (201.1km), so no obstacle can stop this portable power.
    InfiniPower™ integrates the superior power of LiFePO4 batteries, ultra-durable electronic components, a state-of-the-art temperature control system, and impact-resistant structural design. Ensure the products built to last over a decade, even with everyday use at home or on the road.

    Join Our Global Community of Happy Users

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    Hear It From The Pros

    Good Simple Living

    413K subscribers

    "This thing is ultra-efficient. The 2048 Watt hour capacity means you can run 99.9% of household appliances, even our outdoor heated horse trough, and it includes an RV 30 Amp plug which is perfect for travel."

    Wild Wonderful Off Grid

    1.1M subscribers

    "The 767 has the same reliability in long-lasting LFP batteries as our Anker 555 and 535…"

    Good Simple Living

    "This thing is ultra-efficient. The 2048 Watt hour capacity means you can run 99.9% of household appliances, even our outdoor heated horse trough, and it includes an RV 30 Amp plug which is perfect for travel."

    413K subscribers

    Wild Wonderful Off Grid

    "The 767 has the same reliability in long-lasting LFP batteries as our Anker 555 and 535…"

    1.1M subscribers


    "This is the most efficient and safest power station on the market, not to mention this could actually replace an entire electrical system."

    151K subscribers

      Tech Specs

      Anker SOLIX F2000 Portable Power Station



      Battery Type:

      LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate)

      Battery Lifecycle:

      3,000 cycles to 80%+ capacity

      AC Continuous Output:

      2400W Pure Sine Wave

      AC Surge Output:


      AC Outlets:

      4×NEMA 5-20; 1×NEMA TT-30

      Solar Input Recharge:

      Max. 1000W, 11-60V MPPT

      AC Input Recharge:

      Max. 1440W

      Cigarette Lighter Output:

      120W(12V/10A) ×2

      Car Input Recharge:

      12-24V, 10A

      USB-A Output:


      USB-C Output:



      Yes, Up to Max. 4096Wh Capacity with Expansion Battery (Sold Seperately)

      UPS Switch Time:


      Discharging Temperature:

      -4°F- 104°F

      Charging Temperature:

      32ºF - 104°F

      Wireless Connection for App


      Length × Width × Height:

      20.7×15.5×9.8 in / 52.5×39.5×25 cm

      Net Weight:

      67.2 lb / 30.5 kg


      5-year warranty

      Discover Your Ideal PowerHouse


        Q1: What should I do when using a solar charger to charge Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767)?

        The solar input supports a 11-60V solar charger with an XT-60 connector. If you use a 11-32V charger, the current supports 10A max while a 32-60V charger supports 20A max. We recommend using Anker 531 Solar Panels (200W) for better compatibility.

        Q2: How should I store and maintain the power station?

        -Turn off all the outputs when not in use to avoid battery from draining.
        -Store in a dry and cool area.
        -Check the battery capacity each week. If the battery level is below 30%, charge the power station to 100%. Fully charge it once every 3 months.

        Q3: What should I pay attention to when using the Anker app?

        -Connect to a network before using the app for the first time. After connecting successfully, you can connect the power station to devices off-grid (Wi-Fi not supported).

        Q4: Can the power station charge my electric car?

        You need to purchase a neutral-ground plug to charge an electric car such as a Tesla with this portable power station. After plugging it into one of the outlets, you can then charge your electric car.

        Q5: Can I recharge Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767) using AC and DC input at the same time?

        Using AC and DC input simultaneously is not possible. AC input is prioritized as the main input source if both are connected. When AC recharging is not used, it will automatically switch to DC recharging.

        Q6: How many UL certifications has Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767) received from SGS?

        Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767) is certified by SGS in accordance with UL 1012, UL 1778, UL 1973, and UL 60730.


        Customer Reviews

        Based on 105 reviews
        Rich Lam
        Good for outdoor activate

        Very good experience with this product, the power station working well, and good support for our outdoor activates. the brand is a familiar brand which can trust.

        Mark Robertson
        Portable backup power when you need it.

        We bought this because our backup generator is big and loud! We use this at night to keep from disturbing the neighbors. So far it has provided enough power to run our full sized fridge, a handful of led bulb lights, a 50in tv with router and modem, and 3 fans for the whole night (8+ hrs). One thing to watch out for, as pointed out by other reviews, is incorrect polarity on the front plugs when it is plugged into the wall charging. This is a known issue. Get a tester and check when you get it.

        Compact, powerful, very well made!

        Another home run for Anker! I have used Anker power banks (and cables and wall chargers) for years, and always found them to be well made, and a good value for the money. The 767 is next level - I got it with a 30% charge, and I charged it to 100% in a few hours. I then wheeled it into the kitchen and plugged my full-size fridge into it. I keep it cold: 37 in the fridge, -2 in the freezer. It ran all afternoon on the Anker 767 without an issue, and brought the battery capacity to 96%. I could have kept it on there for the whole day without issue.It's a solid, well-built piece of equipment - very high quality. It comes with all of the charging cables you'll need. It's heavy, but the telescoping handle and wheels make it as easy to move around as a piece of luggage. And while you can't just instantly refill the tank like with a gas generator, you can run this one indoors - no pollution is generated. It's very quiet - there's a fan that will come on when needed, but you'll barely hear it when you stand next to it.Cheap? No - but you get what you pay for. It's insanely high-quality, and delivers what it promises. It is a cheap insurance policy if you're worried about keeping something like a CPAP running. Anker even makes an app that you can control the 767 with - I've attached a picture.If you need a high-capacity, high-quality power bank, this is the one to buy!

        Small powerhouse

        I purchased this when it was on sale, set up is super easy and convenient. I already have a 30 amp inlet for my other generator, so I was able to test it with my current set up. It won’t run my central AC unit, but that’s not what I got it for. Keeping my refrigerator running and being able to power a few lights is awesome.I have been through several long power outages and the peace of mind knowing that I have a back up when my fuel runs out is priceless.

        Austin Mark
        Impressed on Day 1 and More

        767 Power Station just arrived 15 July 2023 that I bought during Amazon Prime Days. Slightly smaller than I thought. (Shoes in picture for size perception). App loaded and connected seamlessly, confirming latest firmware already installed. Electrical ground and neutral wires correct unlike prototypes passed out free for select YouTubers. I’ll be putting through some trials these next few days and will update accordingly.UPDATE: Unit charges fast and very pleased how it can power a variety of appliances. However I initially had a problem when I tried to power my motorhome. I have a hard wired Surge Guard, and I was successful in getting everything powered (including microwave) EXCEPT my air conditioner (13.5kBTU with soft start) when the compressor kicked in. The Anker didn’t trip, but the Surge Guard did (interrupting all power to motorhome). I contacted Anker and they were very responsive, and I believe that my problem prompted them to issue firmware update 2.0.3 which fixed my problem. I don’t expect to be using the Anker to power my AC on a regular basis, but at least I know that it can now. Thank you Anker!

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