Published on August 29th, 2022 | by Sounder Rajen0
Will This Portable Battery Pack Become A Must Have For EVs In The Future?
The manufacturer of this battery pack certainly seems to think so
What you see in the picture above is a 20kW DC fast charger which can support a 380v AC input built by Xiaofu. The best part about it is that it is essentially a portable battery pack. This could come in very handy for electric vehicle (EV) owners particularly on long trips.
Moreover, being a fast charging battery pack, having this item will ensure shorter charging times so it will definitely be able to give an EV at least a little bit of power fairly quickly.
On top of that, this battery pack is also a lot smaller than any traditional charging station so it can be kept in the trunk of the car and would be a good backup charger. As the saying goes, “better safe than sorry.”
So while owners of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles keep a set of jumper cables and a can of petrol in their trunks, EV owners would be keeping this battery pack in their trunks just in case the car ever does run out of juice and is nowhere near a charging station.
So should this battery pack be in the trunk of every EV? The manufacturer, Xiaofu, seems to think so as one cannot disagree that this product is very useful and could potentially save someone a lot of time and hassle one day.
So while ICE vehicle owners spend their money on things like alloy wheels, stereo accessories and so on, EV owners should consider getting themselves one of these portable battery packs and keep them in their trunk at all times just to be safe.
While some may be hesitant to consider one of these battery packs, we need to remember that times are changing. We live in a different world now and as such we need to adapt.
Some 20 years ago, anyone who said “cars can drive themselves and petroleum and diesel have been replaced by solar and electric powered cars” would have been immediately sent to an insane asylum, yet today, that is exactly the reality we live in, so is a portable battery pack really that difficult to consider?
I think this battery pack is honestly a must have for all EV owners, especially EV owners who usually do long distances in their EV or if their EV is their only car and they do not have an ICE vehicle to rely on should their EV be low on power.
What do you think? If you own an EV would you want to have this portable battery pack as a backup power supply in your car?