GOLABS R300 Portable Power Station

  • Battery: 299Wh LiFePO4 battery with 300W pure sine wave AC inverter and 500W peak output.
  • Outputs: AC, USB, DC ports, and cigarette lighter socket for various devices.
  • Charging: Fast 60W PD input/output, rechargeable via wall, car, or solar panel.
  • Safety: Advanced safety features and eco-friendly design with a protective Battery Management System.


The GOLABS R300 Portable Power Station is the ultimate energy solution for all your outdoor adventures and emergency power needs. Boasting a 299Wh LiFePO4 battery, this compact yet mighty power station delivers reliable and clean electricity with its 300W pure sine wave AC inverter and 500W peak output. Whether you’re camping off-grid, tailgating, or facing a power outage, the R300 keeps your essential devices running seamlessly.

With its versatile array of outputs, including AC outlets, USB ports, DC ports, and a cigarette lighter socket, you can power virtually any device – from laptops and CPAPs to TVs and small appliances. And thanks to its fast charging capabilities, including a 60W PD input/output, you can quickly recharge the power station from the wall, your car, or even a solar panel for true off-grid freedom.

Built with advanced safety features and an eco-friendly design, the GOLABS R300 ensures worry-free operation. Its LiFePO4 battery offers superior thermal and chemical stability, while the Battery Management System protects against overloads, overheating, and overcurrent. With its compact size and rugged construction, this solar generator is the perfect companion for all your outdoor pursuits and emergency backup needs.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Camping Canopy is a hiking and backpacking website that offers a treasure trove of resources for trail adventurers, outdoor lovers, and backpacking beginners. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive.

For a hiking trip, you should pack the ten essentials: navigation tools, sun protection, insulation (extra clothing), illumination (headlamp/flashlight), first-aid supplies, fire-starting tools, repair kit and tools, nutrition (extra food), hydration (extra water), and emergency shelter.

When choosing a backpack, consider the duration of your trip, the volume of gear you need to carry, the fit (torso length and hip size), and features like ventilation, pockets, and hydration compatibility.

To stay safe, always plan your route and inform someone about your itinerary, check the weather forecast, stay on marked trails, be aware of wildlife, carry a map and compass or GPS device, and have a basic knowledge of first aid.

Practice Leave No Trace principles, which include planning ahead and preparing, traveling and camping on durable surfaces, disposing of waste properly, leaving what you find, minimizing campfire impacts, respecting wildlife, and being considerate of other visitors.