The Power Hub B600 helps form an “ecosystem of electric tools” from Litheli

Young battery brand Litheli has revealed the Power Hub B600, described as a 594Wh portable power station that uses clean energy for battery-powered tools

Founded in 2017, Litheli has quickly emerged as a choice innovator within the electric tools market, distinguishing itself through using IoT technology that is based on standardised clean energy.

Litheli has added portable power stations to its product line with the Power Hub B600, which features a list of helpful features with a variety of uses. 

Power Hub B600 uses clean energy to energise devices

The B600 from Litheli weighs approximately 6kg, and has a total capacity of 594Wh, which makes it well-suited to power household appliances. Beyond that, Litheli has said a core purpose of its B500 is to be a power hub, offering two detachable and modular U-Batteries which can be used to charge the “ecosystem of battery-powered tools” by Litheli. 

“With the Power Hub B600, we aim to leverage modularized clean energy to power an ecosystem that will allow electric tools to operate without the hassle of cords,” said Ivy Ying, General Manager of Overseas Business at Litheli. “By doing so, we will strive to achieve a more efficient use of power and become the driving force of the revolution of new energy application.”

The aforementioned U-Batteries have 16Wh capacity each, and can be removed for charging Litheli’s ecosystem of products including the Litheli Cordless Vacuum Mop or the Litheli Handheld Vacuum. The U-Batteries are kept and charged in the B600 power station when not in use. Each one features a two-way USB-C port, and they can even function as a portable power bank to charge personal devices like a smartphone. 

Litheli has said that it intends to evolve its battery-powered ecosystem via the launch of more U-Batter-compatible products in the future. 

Technical specifications of Lithelli’s new power hub 

The Power Hub B600 uses Li-ion NCM cells. Said cells have high energy density, which means the hub itself can have a relatively small size and weight. As previously mentioned the device has a total capacity of 594Wh, with a rated output of 600W, as well as a peak output of 1,200W. 

The product can power multiple devices at the same time, thanks to two AC ports, two USB-A ports, two DC5521 ports, along with a USB-C port, car charger and a wireless charging pad with 15W of power. 

Beyond that, the B600 comes with a Battery Management System, used to track and analyse the performance of battery cells. This helps users see which batteries are charging other devices, and can help prevent overheating or short circuiting. 

The B600 from Litheli weighs approximately 13 pounds, and has a total capacity of 594Wh, which makes it well-suited to power household appliances. (Photo: Litheli)
The B600 from Litheli weighs approximately 6kg, and has a total capacity of 594Wh, which makes it well-suited to power household appliances. (Photo: Litheli)

Litheli lifts curtain on U20 series 

The U20 series of products from Litheli was recently revealed, with a range of offerings from portable power stations to battery-powered tools.

The product line features “professional tools made for everyone,” with both indoor and outdoor uses. The U20 series tools suite features a drill, air pump, spray gun, lawn mower, impact driver, grass trimmer and hedge trimmer as well as a range of saws. All of the products are cordless and instead feature portable Power Hubs. 

Litheli recently shared details about its U56 series of professional tools, which feature an expanded Power Hub as well as a unique selling point of home energy storage. Another upcoming release from Litheli is the U4 series of lightweight portable tools, “perfect for on-the-go use and small projects.”

Solar-powered cordless tool batteries? Innovating with battery technology

Invention service company InventHelp recently revealed that one of its inventors had created a cordless tool battery that can be charged with solar energy. 

“I thought there should be a way to charge a tool battery when working outdoors or in remote locations,” said an inventor, from Hereford, Texas, “so I invented the Q PLUS SOLAR CHARGER. My design offers convenient off-the-grid battery charging without electrical utility expenses.”

The patent-pending invention gives manufacturers and marketers another innovation to embrace as using clean energy to power batteries becomes more and more of an industry standard. 

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