Anker SOLIX C1000 Solar Generator + 400W Solar Panel


How do I use a solar charger to charge Anker SOLIX C1000?

  • Use an 11-60V solar charger with an XT-60 connector.
  • For 11-32V, the supported current is 10A max.
  • For 32-60V, the supported current is 20A max.
  • For best compatibility, use these Anker solar panel series: 625, 531, or PS400.

How should I store and maintain the power station?

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

How do I use the Anker app?

  • Connect to a network before using the app for the first time.
  • After connecting, connect the power station to off-grid devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

How many UL certifications has Anker SOLIX C1000 received from SGS?

Four. Anker SOLIX C1000 is certified by SGS in accordance with UL 1012, UL 1778, UL 1973, and UL 60730.

How do I activate SurgePad on Anker SOLIX C1000?

SurgePad activates when total output exceeds rate output.
Heat-generating devices work best. SurgePad does not support precision instruments and other devices with voltage protection or a strict voltage requirement.


Customer Reviews

Based on 88 reviews
G Robert Rolls
Great Product

Actually works better then advertised, it holds charge longer then they estimate on the specs for most uses.

Fil Chi
Poor customer service

Encountered a problem and it takes 5+ days to get a reply from customer service. No phone number to call for Canadian customers. After the first less than useful reply, it takes another 5+ days to get the second part of my answer, by this rate my answer is likely to be answered in a month time

Second time purchasing Anker Solix C1000 - this time with BP1000 expansion

I bought my first Anker Solix C1000 a few weeks ago. The second unit I bought about a week later, with an expansion battery pack. On the app it says Solix C1000X, although I bought the C1000. Not sure what the difference is, but they seem identical. I came across Anker Solix as I was researching for a good replacement uninterruptible power system (UPS) option for my network/audio/video "cabinet", which has high end network gear, PoE video security setup, as well as audio/video equipment. Works perfectly. So I bought a second unit with the expansion pack to have available for any critical power needs around the house in case of power outages or other outdoor needs. Works great as well. The battery pack is easy to connect and is seen in the app, with its own charge state and temperature readings. I set the unit timeout to never, just to see how it behaves. It has been sitting unused for almost two weeks now, with no power loss at all.
I have my units set to the lowest charging power (200W), especially when using as an always-plugged-in UPS since I don't need the unit to ultra-fast charge up again. No need to stress the batteries to charge quickly. Also, after some research, always being plugged in and charged to 100% doesn't seem to be as big an issue with LiFePo4 batteries as it is with typical Li-Ion. What I myself will be doing though is, a slow drain every so often, and let it run down to 60% or so. Then plug it back in to recharge with the slowest charging rate. I feel that this should keep the batteries healthy. But take that for what it's worth, and do your own research.. I definitely recommend Anker Solix.

Benoit Perreault
Great little powerhouse

Bought the product, and after the software update the device work properly. I've done a few tests with heavy and light loads and it performed great.

John Easthope
Powerful Juicebox

Beautifully finished unit. Charges quickly on shore or solar power and delivers reliable energy. Smaller than expected and easy to carry using the handles. Display is clear and the charging animation is fun, but the numbers indicating power coming in/out are too small to easily read at a distance (arm’s length). Recommend reducing the size of the % remaining graphic in the display to allow more space for the other numbers. Definitely not a deal-breaker, though - love the unit and it will serve us well.

Anker SOLIX C1000 Solar Generator + 400W Solar Panel
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