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Greenworks Kobalt 80v, EGO 56V to 12v + 5v USB Power Station

Greenworks Kobalt 80v, EGO 56V to 12v + 5v USB Power Station

(12 customer reviews)


DC converter for any power tools battery to standard 12V DC power outlet

Emergency charge car battery and jump start

30A version can power up big 12V DC motors (trolling motor, scooter, power wheels…)

Fast USB chargers(2A) x 4



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New low profile design, will link any 40v-90v batteries for 12v + 5v power station.

Built tough with standard 12V DC socket power outlet(15A-30A) & 4 USB ports(2A)

Convenient comparable to any 80v battery, and EGO 56v battery (more brands on the way)

Power up all 12V appliances and 5V USB

Must have for travel: emergency charge car battery and jump start

30A version work with 12v trolling motor, scooter, power wheels or any big 12v motors.

** 30A version added circuit breaker which has better protection and prevent electric spark at plug-in**

Additional information

Weight 30 oz
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 3 in

80V BATTERY 15A, EGO 56V 15A, 80V BATTERY 30A, EGO 56V 30A

12 reviews for Greenworks Kobalt 80v, EGO 56V to 12v + 5v USB Power Station

  1. Walt J

    Just what I need.

  2. Eden L

    Perfect fit my needs. Thank you Jerry.

  3. Harris

    I can’t believe no one thought of this earlier. This is the perfect solution to short power outages where you need good light and just enough power to maintain connectivity and low power entertainment devices.

  4. John

    Nice design. Works very well.

  5. Jeff

    Why not put a 110 plug on them? I would buy of it had one.

  6. Matthew, A

    Perfect solution for my ego 56v battery. Thanks.

  7. Mark

    Works just right.

  8. Well

    Nice build.

  9. Sky

    Does this have low voltage protection for ego battery? I would prefer this with a sine inverter over egos square wave battery. I only worry i will damage my battery if i leave it unattended

    • Jerry

      no. there is no low voltage protection. but if you use newer ego battery there is indicator on battery will flash red when voltage getting low.

  10. Beryl

    useful information to work on.

  11. Christopher

    I really appreciate your works. nice design.

  12. Tom Fleming

    I bought one about 60 days ago. I used it to cobble together a web-broadcast for Indoor Softball games (very limited attendance). I used a 65 watt 12v (car plug) to keep a Mac-lap + webcam to do the task. Using the 80v battery gave me a six-hour runtime. I couldn’t be there, during the time. It was cool.

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