Immotor Will Showcase New Portable Energy Storage Solutions at CES 2023
Immotor Technology has said that at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), it will unveil its newest portable energy storage solutions. The products will be shown along with its award-winning battery-swapping stations, which are part of its green mobility network platform and are used by more than a million riders in China.
Immotor's BAY500 demonstrates the company's most recent inventions, which use EV-grade battery technology to deliver efficient portable power for outdoor users or as an alternate power supply solution. BAY500 is a portable power station with 2 AC outputs and up to 7 DC/USB/PD outputs that offers 15W wireless phone charging, 12V car charging, and AC/DC pass-through charging. It can be charged via AC, PD100, or a solar panel, making it extremely convenient for outdoor users.
The brand-new Power Chamber is Immotor's innovative answer to the growing need of customers to charge a wide range of small electronic devices on the go. This incredible new product is the world's smallest portable power station with multiple AC and PD outputs. In addition to high-power USB outputs, users can charge up to seven devices, such as laptops, tablets, phones, and other tiny gadgets that require AC or high-power PD charging.
"This is my 21st consecutive year attending CES and I'm very excited to bring these two amazing products to the show," said Daniel Huang, Founder and CEO of Immotor Technology, who previously founded Mophie and was the inventor of the Mophie Juice Pack, the first Apple certified iPhone battery case, "Innovation and Design have always been in the genes of Immotor, and all our R&D efforts are driven by customer needs. Immotor, with over 230 patents, strives every day to create stylish and powerful energy-efficient products for our customers."
Immotor has teamed with GreenPower Network, a Web 3.0 and blockchain technology firm in Singapore, to give users NFT awards as a forward-thinking initiative to encourage the use of green energy power.
Users of BAY500 and Power Chamber will be able to get an NFT that can create crypto just by using the products—the more they use, the more crypto assets they will get.
"Our users will benefit from using green power," said Harry Z., VP of Software at Immotor. "By incorporating decentralised finance, or Defi, with energy, we will be able to provide EnergyFi to encourage more users to go green."