EF ECOFLOW DELTA Max (2000) Solar Generator 2016Wh with 4 X 160W Solar Panel, 6 X 2400W (5000W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station for Home…

(3 customer reviews)



  • 【Fast Solar Recharging】-DELTA Max(2000) MPPT Controller guarantees full recharge with 4*160W solar panels within 4.2-8.4 hours (Depends on light intensity) with zero pollution emission and zero noise.
  • 【Waterproof & Durable】-The 160W solar panel is waterproof to endure all weather conditions, submerged in water for up to 30 minutes with no detrimental effect to it. Ideal for outdoor activities such as camping, climbing, hiking and fishing.
  • 【Power Pretty Much Anything】- 2400W output to power up to 15 devices at once. Power 3400W appliances with X-Boost on. Ideal power generator for backup power.
  • 【Multiple Charging Methods】- More than a solar generator. Charge with AC, solar, car or the EcoFlow Smart Generator. Charge to full in 1.8hrs via wall outlets. Use Dual Charging to combine AC with the Smart Generator for industry leading speeds.
  • 【Kit Includes】-1x DELTA Max(2000) and all its accessories; 4x 160W Foldable Solar Panel and all its accessories. 

, EF ECOFLOW DELTA Max (2000) Solar Generator 2016Wh with 4 X 160W Solar Panel, 6 X 2400W (5000W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station for Home…, 3499, USD,

Additional information



Power Source

‎Solar powered


‎5000 watts

Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

3 reviews for EF ECOFLOW DELTA Max (2000) Solar Generator 2016Wh with 4 X 160W Solar Panel, 6 X 2400W (5000W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station for Home…

  1. David S

    Very nice well built product that so far has performed as rated.

  2. Jason

    I already have 2 of the EcoFlow Delta 1300’s, but I have been waiting for a solar generator that has the coveted 2000/2000 combo (2000 watts and 2000wh) for quite a while. I have been a part of 2 “kickstarter” programs (ElecHive and Inergy) that have failed to meet those expectations due to multiple delays. Over a years worth of delays and growing. So I was SUPER excited to see that EcoFlow has come out with the Delta MAX. I ordered this 2016wh generator and 4 x 160 watt panel combo and it was at my door within a week.
    I open the boxes run my tests and everything is working better than expected right out of the gate. During my discharge testing it was awesome to see how much battery capacity the MAX has compared to the original Delta 1300. I was running around the house running all my appliances trying to discharge the unit. Refrigerator, coffee pot, microwave, heaters, blow dryer. I ran them all and still had juice left. I eventually had to hook it to my space heater and run it for an hour and a half to fully drain the unit.
    While the Delta 1300 is a great little unit, they have greatly improved it with the introduction of the MAX.

    Some notable improvements are:
    1) 6 independent A/C outlets compared to the 6 shared outlets on the 1300.
    2) The fan is quieter on the MAX and only runs when necessary. It also varies the speed dependent on temperature and output.
    3) It is a true EPS (Emergency Power Supply). While I could technically use the 1300 for this purpose it wasn’t really efficient in doing it, the MAX is. It actually bypasses and use the wall outlet until there is an outage and then automatically switches to generator power……Awesome!
    4) Introduction of the app. It is pretty cool to be able to adjust some of the settings and functions of the unit from the phone. You can also turn on and off the outlets. The best part of the app is being able to do firmware updates as they come out.
    5) It’s expandable! I cannot stress the importance of having the ability to be able to expand the battery capacity of your system. Not only can you add extra batteries, but you can also add their 1800 watt smart generator to this unit as well. The generator is controllable in the app and talks with the solar generator to kick on and off at the levels that you set in the app, and it will do it AUTOMATICALLY….Awesome!!
    6) Adaptive A/C charging. On the MAX there is a switch on the back that allows you to switch from fast charging to slow charging. The slow charging wattage is changeable in the app. This is a marvelous addition. I have a 1000 watt gas generator that I like to keep as an emergency use way to charge up the solar generator. Previously that gas generator was not sufficient enough to be able to charge my Delta 1300 because the Delta would pull more than 1200 watts to charge and it would trip my gas generator. That is not a problem with the adaptive charging switch as I can lower the threshold to what my gas generator can produce.

    There are some cons as compared to the Delta 1300:
    1) Size and weight. Although to be fair, this is to be expected. Bigger capacity means bigger size. Even though it is bigger, it is still portable. Myself and the wife can pick this thing up and move it around to where we want it. I honestly feel that the MAX is the perfect scenario of size, capacity, and portability.
    2) The app. It was a little confusing on how to get the unit synced up with the phone. After a few tries, I got it done and now it’s second nature. Once I got the app up and running it made it worthwhile. I know app controlled solar generators are pretty much a new thing for all manufacturers, so some trial and error along the way are to be expected and I look forward to see where they will go with this as they improve the processes along the way.
    3) No cover 🙁 My little 1300 came with protective covers and I really like them. I am hoping that they will offer covers for these in the near future as they were given to some who were part of the KickStarter program.

    Solar Panels: I already had 4 -100 watt EF solar panel and I am ecstatic to add these 4 – 160 watt panels to the mix. The EF panels work exceptionally well. They have very good efficiency and they are foldable and portable, you can’t ask for more.

    Overall…..I am super excited about this unit. As I said before, this unit has the perfect size, capacity, portability, adaptability, expandability and functionality. I do not think you can find a better all around solar generator for whatever you are going to use it for, whether it be camping, emergency use, small home backup or whatever your needs are.
    Needless to say, I already have my second unit on order and will be adding some batteries to both as well.

  3. mmgra

    Heavy to lift, had to put on dolly to move. Solar panels heavy and large for at home blackout. Generator adv. for
    $1990- $2100. Paid $3664. Better to buy generator and add solar panel as needed. Sold as a bundle but sent separately and requested signature and not informed of separate shipping.. lost 2 days awaiting delivery to sign…

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