Anker SOLIX F3800 + Expansion Battery 7680Wh | 6000W
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Anker SOLIX F3800 + Expansion Battery, 7680Wh | 6000W
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Anker SOLIX F3800 + Expansion Battery, 7680Wh | 6000W

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  • Designed with plug-and-play home backup capability. (Accessories sold separately.)
  • 6,000W, 120V/240V split-phase output in one unit for power-hungry appliances.
  • 3.84kWh - 26.9kWh expandable capacity with up to 6 expansion batteries (Anker SOLIX BP3800).
  • Scaling up to 12kW (53.8kWh) for extended power outages.
  • 2,400W solar input, allowing for a charge of 0 to 80% in just 1.5 hours by sunlight.
  • Equipped with NEMA 14-50 and L14-30 outlet to directly charge your EV and RV.
  • Monitor energy intelligently via the app. Connect with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
  • Long-Lasting LFP batteries and 5-year hassle-free warranty.
  • Industry-leading high-quality components ensuring 10 years of product life.

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Anker SOLIX F3800
Minimum Effort,
Maximum Power
The most accessible home power system

Always Stay Charged and Prepared

Plug-and-Play Power for Any Situation
Charge Your EV Conveniently
Avoid grounding accessories. Just plug in your EV charging cable through the NEMA 14-50 port.
  • NEMA 14-50 Port
Take Massive Power Anywhere
Roll easily thanks to industrial-grade wheels or carry with handles at the top and bottom.
Relax with Easy RV Power
Power your road trip and RV appliances with built-in NEMA 14-50 and L14-30 ports.
  • NEMA 14-50 Port
  • NEMA L14-30R Port
  • Home Backup
  • Professional Power
  • Power for EVs
  • Power for RVs
Power Up with Endless
Solar Energy
2,400W Solar Input

What's in the Box

  • Anker SOLIX F3800

  • AC Charging Cable

  • MC4 3-Port Solar Charging Connector

  • Anker SOLIX BP3800 Expansion Battery

Select Power That Meets Your Needs

Anker SOLIX F3800

Anker SOLIX F3800 Backup Solution

Battery Info








3,000 (At least 80% battery capacity)

3,000 (At least 80% battery capacity)

Max Expansion Batteries


6 or 12

Max Capacity with Expansion Batteries




Q1: What should I do when using a solar charger to charge Anker SOLIX F3800?

The solar input supports an 11-60V solar charger with an XT-60 connector. If you use an 11-32V solar charger,the current supports 10A max. When you use a 32-60V solar charger, the current supports 25A max.

Q2: Why is the power station not working after it hasn't been used for a long time?

If the power station is stored at a low capacity for a long time, lithium batteries will self-consume power which may lead to a quick discharge. This leads to poor conductivity and a reduced battery lifespan, resulting in poor battery performance.

Q3: How should I store and maintain the power station?

To store your portable power station, make sure you have:
1. Turned off all outputs.
2. Store it in a cool and dry place.
3. Check the battery capacity each week. If it's below 30%, fully charge.
4. Charge the power station to 100% every 3 months.

Q4: In UPS mode, does the 240V ports work?

In UPS mode, only the three 120V ports labeled "UPS" are operational; the 240V ports do not function.

Q5: How do I charge my electric vehicle?

Double-press the 240V power switch to activate EV mode charging, then you can recharge your EV.


Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews

items were returned to sender as they went to the wrong address and cancelled order. Still waiting for the credit card to be reimbursed.

Cameron Taylor
Perfect for my home

I recently took the plunge and invested in the Anker F3800 with an additional expansion battery, and let me tell you, it has been an absolute game-changer for my home power needs. After eyeing this product for a while and reading up on its capabilities, I finally got the chance to put it to the test today, and it did not disappoint.
Where I live, power outages are more than just a nuisance—they‘re a part of life. So having a backup that's dependable isn't just nice, it's essential. And the F3800? It's been knocking it out of the park. As I'm typing this out, I'm actually running off the Anker unit, and the switch was buttery smooth. There's something incredibly comforting about knowing that my house can stay bright and my gadgets can keep buzzing, even when the grid lets me down.

What really makes the F3800 stand out for me, though, is how versatile it is, not to mention the added bonus of that expansion battery. The storage capacity is nothing to scoff at, and the fact that I can beef up the power reserve on the fly is a massive win. We're not just talking about keeping a couple of lamps on here; we're talking full-blown normal life, uninterrupted, even when the unexpected hits.

Another bonus is the EV charging feature—because that's a slice of genius I didn't even know I was craving until I had it in my hands. The 240V outlet on the F3800 is a godsend. The idea that I can juice up my electric ride in a snap (for those that need less than 25A) adds a whole new level of security and convenience that I'm all about.

Wrapping this up, if you're on the hunt for a portable power solution that's solid and dependable, the Anker F3800 with an expansion battery should be at the top of your list. Whether you're gearing up for emergencies, hitting the great outdoors, or just want a reliable backup at home, this power station is the real deal. Hats off to Anker for this one—they really hit it out of the park!

Pleasantly surprised

Had F3800 couple of weeks now. Tested out the 400W portable solar array. On a clear sunny day in SC positioned at correct azimuth but 4 deg off best angle (33 vs 29) . I connected my freezer and then a heat gun. total using about 1200 watts. (ran down battery to 90% so solar input would not shot off at full charge. Did that on and off for 8 hours. Peak output from solar panel hit 368 watts. During the test it gave me 2480 watts total I actually expected less. Last hour or so let it reach full charge 100% Have also gone from 85% with AC input in less than 1 hour. Bought this mainly to provide quiet power for freeze and Fridge think it will power both for at least 12 hours then I can recharge with a small propane generator in about 2.5 to 3 hours so far I am very pleased Thinking about adding more solar in the future

Jon Castillo
Happy with my purchase

Crushed it!- Now that i see it in action, I look forward to adding another unit in the near future.
Tip I recommend you order a power cable w a 90 angle to reduce the stress off the connector (cable is very heavy)

Alan Myers
Great device

So in testing my anker solix f3800 my anker experience has taught me that I should have sprung for the expansion battery, based on my current power usage. However I did come across this 100 foot extension that will allow me to keep the f3800 inside my garage or inside my home out of the elements and out of the prying eye of would be Thieves

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