Zendure’s SuperBase Pro powerhouse has debuted to great acclaim on Indiegogo, grossing over US$1.3 million in funding during his campaign. In total, SuperBase Pro collected nearly $2 million in crowdfunding since its launch last year. The power plant has received several other accolades, including a Good Design Award, a Red Dot Design Award, an iF Design Award and a Bousai Safety Mark from the Bousai-Anzen Disaster Preparedness Organization in Japan.
SuperBase Pro 2000 includes IoT and GPS hardware, offline UPS functionality and a smart companion app with remote control and green energy tracking capabilities. Users earn green energy points through the app, which can be used to plant real trees around the world. The powerhouse features built-in industrial-grade wheels and an extendable handle for maximum portability, and can deliver up to 4000W of surge power. SuperBase Pro can be 80% charged in just one hour and fully charged in two hours.
Zendure’s SuperBase Pro Power Station has 14 output ports (12 in the EU model), plus a companion app that can control inputs and outputs, track power plant location, and even track carbon offsetting. through the use of sustainable energy. This is all possible thanks to the powerhouse’s built-in Wi-Fi, 4G and GPS hardware.
Zendure is a sustainable energy-focused portable power company located in Silicon Valley in United States and the Guangdong – hong kong – Greater Macao Bay region in China. Since its inception, Zendure has continuously launched innovative products, made rapid breakthroughs in core technologies of energy storage and power supplies, and continues to bring pleasant surprises to the user experience. The company recently received multimillion-dollar Series A funding through a joint investment by Shanghai GP Capital and YOTRIO Group.