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ACOPower Launches Lithium-Ion-Powered Cooler


ACOPower has launched a range of smart portable coolers/freezers that help solve some major “pain-points and pleasure wants,” according to the company. The LiONCooler has an illuminated digital temperature control display and cools without ice. The LiONCooler can be remotely operated using the iOS/Android Bluetooth app that pairs with the product to make control even more convenient.

It also has the ability to recharge the LiONCooler’s built-in lithium-ion battery with solar panels (optional) or by 12-volt DC or AC wall socket. 

“Other electric cooler/freezer models on the market cannot be easily operated without a cable, so we built-in a powerful removable battery capable of 10- to 15-hours usage on a full charge plus some flexible recharging options,” said Founder Jeffrey Tang. “Solar is our specialty, but this is just one option to recharge the battery. We know some people still prefer 12-volt DC or AC power and that’s okay by us.”

The Tech Cooling can be digitally controlled on the unit or using the smart app across temperatures as low as minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit. Capacity ranges from 15 to 52 quarts. Each unit comes with a Lithium-ion battery lasting about 10 hours when fully charged. Battery re-charging takes approximately 4 to 6 hours whether using AC/DC/Solar. Charging cables are supplied for AC/DC/Solar recharge options. A fully warrantied (two years) LG compressor and internal controller ensure smooth quiet running with no risk of overload (90-watt solar panel is optimum but higher watts can be safely input).

Any solar panel can be used to recharge the battery using the MC4 universal connector provided. All LiONCooler units come with a telescopic luggage handle for easy portability except the 15-quart model. The LiONCooler achieves and maintains the desired internal temperature regardless of ambient. The NEW 2019 “snap-in” battery makes exchange/removal/recharge a sweet customer interface. Spare batteries can be purchased as accessories.

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