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BioLite SolarHome 620

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You don't need mainstream power.

Whether your off-the-grid refuge is a summer cabin or a camping trailer, outfit it with the BioLite SolarHome 620 to power your adventures. This system includes four lights—two hanging, one motion activated, and one on the control box. For background music, the control box houses a built-in FM radio as well as an MP3 player, as well as two USB ports to easily charge your phone or other devices. The 20Wh battery gets its power from a 6-watt solar panel that is designed to efficiently get power from the sun instead of using limited resources, so whether you won't have access or just don't want to use them, you'll be covered self-sufficiently.

  • Solar powered system for off-the-grid fun
  • 20Wh battery provides 6.5V output
  • 6-watt solar panel for energy conversion
  • Three constant lights make it easy to see
  • Motion sensor light for security or easy activation
  • USB ports for charging devices easily
  • FM radio and MP3 player for playing music
  • Item #BIO000R

Tech Specs

Capacity
20Wh, 3300 mAh
Output
6.5V (2 USB, 1 DIN, 2 light, 3 light extension)
Dimensions
[control box] 7.9 x 6.1 x 2.9in, [lights] 5.9 x 5.5 x 3.2in, [solar panel] 11.4 x 7.5 x 0.6in
Claimed Weight
[control box] 1lb 3.4oz, [lights] (each) 10.56oz, [solar panel] 1lb 9.44oz
Recommended Use
camping, emergency power
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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This is a very cool and easy way to get some lighting going where you don't have easy access to electricity. Really my only complaint is that it advertises the ability to add additional battery capacity, but it is unclear to me what I'm supposed to buy?? Maybe it's just not released yet, but if there was an easy option to purchase additional batteries to link to this system that would be very cool. Please feel free to comment here if there is a solution and I'm just missing it!

Hey Vinny!
There is a DIN port on the unit that is compatible with other battery packs. BioLite will be coming out with their own in the near future but since others are already available they wanted to include this option for people who either have the packs and want to charge them or for when we have our own. Hope this is helpful!

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BioLite makes products that help you feel at home, off-grid, no matter where you are in the world. We design and build stoves, lights, and solar panels that harness the energy around you, ready for the next adventure or power outage.

Wow Biolite

BioLite's first-ever short film. In the Kakamega region of western Kenya, Kennedy Yamame is bringing light, power, and music to the community he grew up in with a revolutionary new solar system that fits inside a shoebox.

SolarHome 620

The SolarHome 620 brings modern lighting, energy, and entertainment to transform any structure into an off-grid home. The easy-to-install solar panel captures daily sun to charge up a central control box which powers 3 hanging lights, USB charge-out, and an MP3/FM radio system. BioLite's first-crossover product, the SolarHome 620 is currently in use in over 40,000 homes across western Kenya. Perfect for vans, sheds, or the next power outage, the system comes packed in a kit the size of a shoebox.

SolarHome 620

Wow Biolite

BioLite's first-ever short film. In the Kakamega region of western Kenya, Kennedy Yamame is bringing light, power, and music to the community he grew up in with a revolutionary new solar system that fits inside a shoebox.