Today’s mobile workshops need a high level of energy autonomy, as more and more tools and devices require electrical power and a mains supply is not always available. Knowing this, Syncro System has added the Ecoflow range of power stations to its catalogue. Ecoflow provides a powerful but ecological power supply, ensuring a constant and reliable source of electricity when no mains connection is on hand.
The brand-new Ecoflow combines three different functions: battery charger, lithium battery and pure sine wave inverter. Ecoflow is available in various models to suit different customer needs. It can supply an alternating current of 220 V or a 12 V DC current and provides a number of USB connectors for electronic devices. Performance ranges from 210 Wh with 300 W of output for the smallest version to 10.8 kWh with 3,600 W of output for the top of the range model.
And that’s not all, because two of the more powerful models can even be paired to deliver an amazing 7200 W of output, allowing you to simultaneously operate three devices with rated loads of 2400 W each.
Ecoflow power stations offer Syncro System customers a wide range of advantages:
The Syncro installation team can add connections to your van’s battery, multi-sockets, external power sockets, cable reels and anything else you need to maximise the functionality of your van workshop.
The Ecoflow range of portable power stations includes:
Ecoflow power stations are easy to integrate in Syncro System racking, as you can see from the photos above. The first van a VW Transporter with Syncro System racking on the right side and bulkhead. The owner of this van chose one of the more compact Ecoflow models, which has been installed in an enclosed floor-level compartment. It is held securely in place by a custom-made frame and by a hook and strap lashing system. The second van is an Iveco Daily. The Ecoflow unit installed in this vehicle is the most powerful in the range. The unit is located in a compartment between the left side racking and the van’s bulkhead. A metal bar across the front of the compartment holds the power station in place. The unit powers the portable oilless compressor installed above it.