12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC
12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC

12V to 24V Converter for Mark 2 AC

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  1. Main Unit (DC-DC Converter):

    • Input: 12V to 24V, featuring an XT60 male interface (cable length: 9in / 25 cm)
    • Output: GX16-4 aviation connector (cable length: 45in / 115cm)
    • Function: Converts 12V from the cigarette lighter to 24V suitable for charging the Mark 2 battery.
  2. Cigarette Lighter Connector:

    • Input: 12V Male Cigarette plug
    • Output: XT60 female interface (cable length: 11in / 30 cm)
    • Use: Connects to the main unit for charging the Mark 2 battery via the car’s cigarette lighter.
  3. DIY Connector:

    • Input: C-type polarized clips
    • Output: XT60 female interface (cable length: 11in / 30 cm)
    • Use: Allows connection to various other cigarette lighter interfaces or 12V power sources equipped with a 15A fuse.

Unlock the convenience of charging your Mark 2 battery directly from your vehicle’s cigarette lighter. This section provides step-by-step instructions on safely using the 12V to 24V Converter for battery charging.

 

Purpose: Charge your Mark 2 battery efficiently while on the move.
Warning: Not suitable for directly powering the Mark 2 AC; only for charging the battery.
Requirements: Ensure the cigarette lighter supports a 12V, 15A output.

       

      Usage Instructions:

      • Connect the Cigarette Lighter Connector's XT60 interface to the main unit.
      • Insert the cigarette lighter end into your vehicle’s 12V socket.
      • Attach the GX16-4 connector into the Mark 2 battery to start charging.
      • Important: The cigarette lighter connection is only for charging the Mark 2 battery and not for powering the Mark 2 air conditioner directly as it could blow the fuse due to excessive current draw.
      Connecting to Portable Power Stations
      Efficiently power your Mark 2 AC with our 12V to 24V Converter by connecting to popular portable power station brands like Goal Zero, EcoFlow, and Bluetti. This setup utilizes a DC to DC conversion for enhanced energy efficiency, requiring no DIY modifications.

      Compatible Models: Below are the tables for compatible models from each brand. These models have been tested and confirmed to work seamlessly with the Mark 2 setup:

      Brand & model Interface Capacity / Wh Min running time / hrs Max running time / hrs DC power supply
      Yeti6000X Anderson 12V, 30A 6,071 25.0 51.0 Yes
      Yeti3000X Anderson 12V, 30A 3,032 13.0 25.0 Yes
      Yeti1500X Anderson 12V, 30A 1,516 6.0 13.0 Yes
      Yeti1000X AC 983 4.0 8.0 No
      Yeti1000 Core AC 983 4.0 8.0 No
      Yeti500X AC 505 2.0 4.0 No
      Yeti400 AC 396 2.0 3.0 No
      Yeti150 Only support charging for Mark 2 Battery No
      Yeti200X Only support charging for Mark 2 Battery No

      Brand & model Interface Capacity / Wh Min running time / hrs Max running time / hrs DC power supply
      EF DELTA Pro Anderson 12.6V, 30A 3600 15.0 30.0 Yes
      EF DELTA Max AC 2016 8.4 16.8 No
      EF DELTA AC 1260 5.3 10.5 No
      EF DELTA mini AC 882 3.7 7.4 No
      EF RIVER Pro AC 720 3.0 6.0 No
      EF RIVER Max AC 720 3.0 6.0 No
      EF RIVER AC 360 1.5 3.0 No
      EF RIVER Mini AC 210 0.9 1.8 No

       

       

       

      Due to an upgrade by Bluetti on August 2022,the AC 200P 12V RV interface has been updated to match the interface of the AC 200max. To be compatible with the Mark 2 AC, if you purchased the AC 200P after August 2022, please select the cable version for the AC 200max. If you made your purchase before August 2022 should continue to buy the original AC 200P cable version.

       

       

      Brand & model Interface Capacity / Wh Min running time / hrs Max running time / hrs DC power supply
      AC300+B300 12V/30A (RV Outlet) 3,072 12.8 25.6 Yes
      AC200P 12V/25A (RV Outlet) 2pin Weipu 2,000 8.3 16.7 Yes
      AC200MAX 12V/30A (RV Outlet) 2pin 2,048 8.5 17.1 Yes
      EP500/Pro 12V/30A (RV Outlet) 5,100 21.3 42.5 Yes
      EB240 AC 2,400 10 20 No
      EB150 AC 1,500 6 13 No
      EB70 AC 716 3 6 No

      Kit Contents: Each compatible model kit includes the standard 12V to 24V Converter package along with brand-specific connection cables designed for these portable power stations.

      For Models Not Listed or Power Stations Not Meeting the 12V, 25A, 300W Requirement: The Mark 2 can also be powered using its AC adapter connected to the AC output of the power station, which is suitable for both operating the Mark 2 AC and charging its battery.

      Usage Duration Disclaimer: Please note that the listed durations are estimates, and actual times may differ. The listed usage durations for connecting other portable power brands to the Mark 2 are based on the specifications provided. Actual usage time may vary due to factors such as ambient temperature, usage frequency, and battery age.

      Updates and Customer Support: This compatibility list is subject to updates as new models are released and specifications change. For models not listed, please contact our customer support to verify compatibility. Note that issues arising from specification changes by portable power manufacturers after purchase are not covered under warranty or after-sales service.

      For those with other types of power sources or who are comfortable with creating custom setups, this section explains how to use the 12V to 24V Converter with any 12V power source capable of delivering 25A and 300W output.

      Prerequisites:

      • Knowledge and Certification: Utilizing DIY solutions requires knowledge of low-voltage DC electricity and adherence to regulatory certifications concerning such operations.
      • Power Requirements: Ensure your power source outputs at least 12V at 25A. It is advised not to power multiple devices simultaneously. If other devices must be connected, ensure the combined wattage, including 300W for the Mark 2, does not exceed the power source's maximum output.

      Steps:

      1. Connect the Leads:

        • Connect the positive and negative leads from your power source to the corresponding leads of the DIY connector.
        • Use a multimeter to verify the correct polarity and voltage output at the XT60 connector.
      2. Attach the XT60 Connector:

        • Connect the DIY connector’s XT60 interface to the main unit.
      3. Begin Charging or Powering the Mark 2:

        • Connect the GX16-4 connector to the Mark 2 battery to start charging, or directly to the Mark 2 AC unit if powering it.

      Safety and Compliance:

      • When working with 12V to 24V converters and DIY electrical setups, it's crucial to comply with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations. This may include ensuring all components are rated for their specific uses and that all connections are secure to prevent short circuits and other electrical hazards.
      • Always refer to the National Electrical Code (NEC) and local codes for detailed guidance on low-voltage systems.

      Customer Reviews

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      Jeremy Harkins
      Worked great with the Zero Breeze Mark II and a Pecron E1500LFP

      I picked up the 12V to 24V converted for the Zero Breeze Mark II so I could use it off-grid with my Pecron E1500LFP only over DC. The Pecron E1500LFP has a 12V 30A XT-60 Female output. I needed to pick up a XT-60 Male/Male adapter to wire the two female ends together. Works fantastic and happy with it!

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      Ali ALZAHRANI

      12V to 24V Converter for MARK 2 Battery

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      Bruce Cooper
      They asked

      Too expensive. Works. Not more to say

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      James Yee
      Runs my Zero Breeze

      I got this with the EcoFlow adaptor to try to run my Zero Breeze. It seems to be working. I haven't taken it camping, but it seems promising.

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      Vladimir Tatarli

      12V to 24V Converter for MARK 2 Battery