"How do I know If my AC200P is draining at a normal speed?"

ANSWERED BY THE ENGINEERING TEAM (NO-LOAD DRAINS, AT 22℃/71℉, FOR REFERENCE ONLY) :
  • AC ON+ DC ON: 1.5-2.0% charge lost per hour, 36~48% per day.

  • [Correction] Power On, AC OFF+DC OFF: 0.4-0.7% charge lost per hour, 9.5~16.8% per day.

*Temperature is a key factor affecting the discharge performance of lithium-iron-phosphate batteries. If your AC200P has large deviation results at a similar temperature , please contact us at service@bluetti.com. (And the 2000Watt inverter is a hungry monster even with no load, that’s the reason why we developed the ECO mode in the first place)

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Does ac200 and ac200p use the same inverter? It looks like ac200 consumes 23wh with dc and ac and no load. In a day, ac200 consumes (23 * 24)/1700 = 32%. With ac200p, it should consume even less percentage because it has 2000wh. (23 * 24)/2000 = 28%. But it is claimed to consume up to 48%.

I would suggest reading the posts in this thread for detailed real work results…

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The temperature will also affect the drain performance of AC200P, not just the inverter. And yes, they are using the same inverter.

By the way, the actual capacity of AC200 is over 1800Wh, not just 1700wh.

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Thanks for the additional information and clarification.