Dabbsson DBS2300 2200W Power Station Review

Dabbsson DBS2300 2200W Power Station









  • Uses Semi-Solid State LiFePO4 batteries that are able to get 4,000+ charge cycles and still maintain 80%+ efficiency
  • 2200W AC Output that can be upgraded to 3000W via the Dabbsson app; the power station has a 1800W AC recharge rate
  • 2330Wh battery capacity that is expandable to 5,330Wh or 8330Wh using Dabbsson expandable batteries
(Last Updated On: August 21, 2023)

Competition in the power station market is heating up, which is a good thing because, as consumers, we have a wide selection of devices. This causes brands to innovate more with products, which can result in lower prices for some awesome technology. The increase of expandable power stations has also happened with the ability to double, even triple, the amount of power you can use.

In this review, I’m looking at a strong newcomer to the market, the Dabbsson DBS2300 power station. This Dabbsson power station has a 2330Wh battery capacity and a 2200W AC output; you can expand the battery capacity with two expandable batteries if you want to. Let’s check out how it performed throughout my testing.

What’s included in the Box?

What you get in the box along with the DBS2300 power station is an AC charging cable, a car charging cable, and an MC4 to X60 solar charging cable. You also get the manual and a few other pieces of paperwork, so it comes with all the standard accessories that any other power station should come with.

Battery Capacity

There are no questions that this Dabbsson power station has a high battery capacity; 2330wh is a lot of power, one of the high capacities you can get with a power station now. However, what matters most is how much of that 2330Whna you can use, and that is why I ran a DC and AC capacity efficiency test.

On the DC capacity test, I used a load tester via the car socket port on the power station. I had the power station charged up to 100%, connected the load tester pulling about 120W, and ran it until the power station reached 0%. After 16 hours, the power station finally reached 0%, and I ended up with a 1791Wh DC capacity, which gives me a 76% DC battery capacity efficiency. I would rate the DC capacity efficiency on this power station as good, but we’re well within the 70% range, almost 80%. This is not quite in excellent territory, but it’s good.

For the AC capacity test, I powered a Lasko heater from one of the AC outlets and used a watt meter to track how many watt-hours I could pull from the power station. Same as the DC test, I had the power station charged up to 100%, and I powered the heater on its high setting, which was pulling about 1400W until the power station reached 0%.

I got a 1900Wh AC capacity, which gave me an 81% AC capacity efficiency, which is still in that good range. So I’d say that the overall capacity efficiency of this power station is good, but it could be better, but at the same time, other power stations have lower efficiency than this.

The runtime for the Dabbsson power station will depend entirely on what you power from this unit. My DC load tester could run for about 16 hours with a 100W power load, while my heater running at 1400W, was able to last for about 1.5 hours. The heater running for about 1.5 hours is still pretty impressive because if you power a 1000W heater, you can likely get about a 2 to 2.5 hours runtime within this power station. So this high capacity can last a while even for higher-wattage appliances, but if you intend to power something close to the 2200W max output of the power station, then the runtime will be cut short.

You can expand battery capacity using one of Dabbsson’s extra batteries with a 3000Wh, and you can plug in up to two batteries that can get the total capacity to 8330Wh.

Also, I nearly forgot that this Dabbsson power station uses Semi-Solid State LiFePO4 batteries that can maintain 80%+ battery capacity efficiency even after 4,000+ charge cycles. So you’re looking at many years’ worth of usage with this power station.

DC Ports

This power station has two DC5521 ports and a single car socket port. I didn’t have any devices to test with the DC ports other than the load tester I used with the car socket outlet that pulled about 120W. The car socket outlet is rated 12.6V/10A (126W), and the two DC5521 ports output 12.6V/4A (50.4W).

Also, in the DC section, you’ll find an Andrson port with a 12.6V/30A (378W) output.

A Device control port on this power station is located within the DC section, but I’m not sure how to use that. Perhaps Dabbsson will have a device that will make this port usable in the future because it may be a way to control the power station using a remote.

Charging Ports

The charging port selection on the Dabbson power station is good, with it having two 12W USB-A ports, a single 18W USB-A Quick Charge port, a 100W Power Delivery USB-C port, and two 30W Power Delivery USB-C ports.

You can charge nearly any device you want with the charging ports because the best part is that there is no charging limit in this section. That’s because, in my testing, I was able to charge my Excitrus power bank at 100W via the 100W USB-C port while also fast charging my LG G7 from the USB-A Quick Charge port and fast charging my Note 9 from one of the 30W USB-C ports.

So you can easily have a laptop charging from the C-1 port and another five other devices charging simultaneously, or you can have three laptops charging if they can accept 30W of Power Delivery. An extra 100W USB-C port would have been nice, though.

AC Outlets

There are five three-prong AC outlets on the Dabbsson power station, which can output 2200W. Also, yes, it is Pure Sine Wave. You can power nearly anything in your home with a 2200W output, and the better part of this power station is that you boost the output to 3000W with the P-BOOST feature in the Dabbsson app.

For my testing, I could easily power my Lasko heater on its high rating, which was pulling about 1400W, and then I added another Lasko heater and ran that on its high setting.

With the two heaters running on their high settings, I had the P-BOOST feature on via the Dabbsson app, and the power station could run them both simultaneously. Technically each of the heaters was using 1400W, and the screen for the power station was reading 2200W. So the two heaters may not have been running optimally, but they ran fairly well in my testing. The P-BOOST feature would be very handy when you need the extra power for a short moment because as awesome as it was to run to heaters at the same time, the runtime of the power station is cut short.


The recharging for this Dabbsson power station is accessible and fast. The fastest way to recharge the power station would be to use the AC input port. You can change the AC recharge rate via the app from 200W to 1800W. A 1800W recharge rate for a 2330Wh capacity is very fast; of course, you can go lower if you want to be easier on the batteries. AC recharging can also be changed directly on the power station, but it’s more of an option between the max recharge and custom recharge rate controlled via a switch.

The car charging cable can recharge the power station at about 120W—the solar recharging maxes out at 600W.

This Dabbsson power station also has a UPS feature that lets you power an appliance while the power station is AC recharging. In the event of a power outage, the appliance from your home will automatically start being powered from the power station.

Size and Design

It’s pretty heavy, with this being a 2330Wh Sem-Solid State power station. The unit weighs 53 pounds and has a length of 17 inches, a width of 10 inches, and a height of 12 inches. The power station size is not a problem; I would consider it pretty small, considering what it can do. However, it’s the weight you must be ready for, and two large handles at the top make lifting the power station easier.

When it comes to design, you can find the screen, charging ports, and DC ports at the front of the power station. There is also a flashlight at the front that is very bright. The screen is bright and easy to read, and it shows the remaining battery capacity, estimated runtime, output and input wattage, and other stats of the power station.

Each section has power buttons to turn them on and off.

Connecting the power station to the app was fairly easy, and just like any other power station, it lets you control the power station remotely, change AC recharging speeds, control the flashlight, and see the stats in real-time.

The app is also the only way to activate the P-BOOST feature to take the AC output from 2200W to 3000W.

Dabbsson DBS2300 2200W Power Station Specs
Battery Capacity2330Wh (44.8V 52Ah)
Battery TypeEV-Grade, Semi-Solid LiFePO4 Battery
Life Cycles4000 cycles to 80%+ capacity
AC OutletsPure Sine Wave, 2200W total (surge 4400W), 120V~ (50Hz/60Hz)
USB-C *1100W
USB-C *230W Each (60W Total)
USB-A Quick Charge Port18W
USB-A Standard Port12W
Car Socket Outlet12.6V 10A, 126W Max
DC 5521 Ports12.6V 4A, 50.4W Max Per Port
Anderson Port12.6V 30A, 378W Max
AC Input1800W, Full charge in 2 Hours
Car RechargingSupports 12V/24V Battery, Default 10A
Solar Recharging12-60V 12A Max, 600W Max
Size17 × 10 ×12 inches
Weight53 Pounds


Overall, I recommend this Dabbsson DBS2300 power station, not just because it’s a high capacity and high power output unit, but also because of its expandability. You can more than double the capacity of this power station; of course, that can be expensive; it can be done a couple of years down the road if you choose to while you benefit from the base unit.

Dabbsson Portable Power Station DBS2300, 2330Wh EV Semi-solid State LiFePO4 Home Battery Backup, Max 8330Wh, 5 2200W AC Outlets, Solar Generator for Camping, Home Backup, Emergency, RV
  • [Powerful Home Backup & Portable Power] With built-in 5 X 2200W (3000W with P-Boost on), Pure Sine Wave AC outlets, and up to 3 USB C charging port 100W max, you get stable power for your phone, laptop, fridge, and 99% of home devices, ideal for travel and home backup.
  • [Power to Redefine Safety] Dabbsson is the first brand to use industry-leading EV semi-solid state LiFePO4 batteries and the highest fireproof rating UL94 V0 outer shell the thermal runaway is 4X higher than Li-NMC battery which is more stale in hotter temperature, the ideal choice for safe storage ever. Use and recharge DBS2300 more than 4500 times (extra 500 with BMS system) before hitting 80%, almost 15 years of regular use.
  • [Expandable Power Capacity] Easily expand the 2330Wh capacity battery power station. Link two extra batteries to get a massive 8330Wh, keeping your home powered on in any emergency and satisfying your electricity needs for days during power outages or a blackout.
  • [4 Fast Ways to Recharge] The AC input features 1800W Max, recharging your DBS2300 to 98% in just 1.5 hours and you can adjustable 200-1800W by our APP as you need. The solar input supports 3000W Max endless green power that can fully charge DBS2300+2DBS3000B in only 2.5 hours. You can also use a 12V/24V car charger on-the-go or a generator charger (extra adapter needed).
  • [15MS EPS Auto-Switch] With a switchover speed of less than 15ms, you won't even notice your power is low. Use the DBS2300 as an emergency power supply for overnight outages to keep your appliances running.