Portable power and renewable energy company, EcoFlow, has launched the Wave Portable Air Conditioner, the company’s first electrical appliance.
The Wave has a run time of up to eight hours and offers four flexible charging methods with a portable design weighing under 40 pounds (with an optional add-on battery that weighs 16 pounds), making it suitable for camping, RVs, small apartments and cabins, according to EcoFlow. The smart battery allocation algorithm calculates the best running method of operations to alternate between cooling and fan modes based on battery level for longer run times. Multiple charging methods include wall sockets, portable power stations, car charging and solar panels. Minimal maintenance is needed, as users only need to drain water from the Wave when the air humidity is above 70% or before moving or storing it, according to the company.
“EcoFlow’s vision goes beyond providing continuous, sustainable electricity,” said Thomas Chan, research and development director of EcoFlow. “We also want to offer the best living experience, anchored in a comfortable environmental temperature, by building a complete ecosystem which not only addresses power generation and storage, but usage as well. The EcoFlow Wave Portable Air Conditioner is the first step towards this goal.”
The EcoFlow Wave is available for pre-order now on ecoflow.com.