E5 Engineering

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E5 Engineering is a Tampa based engineering technology resource company. We solve problems by utilizing and developing technology.  Our company provides systems integration, prototyping, manufacturing, and technical consulting to a variety of markets. We aim to provide economically feasible solutions that have the largest impact for the client.

The P1600 ruggedized power plant was designed for a local utility customer that was interested in powering forward command centers during a natural disaster scenario. Containing 75 Amp hours of battery capacity and an advanced 1600w power inverter, the P1600 will extend the life of a Macbook to over two days of run time, run drills and other power tools, keep a refrigerator cold for several hours, and even keep the lights on during a power outage.

Specifications:
  • 1600 Watts of continuous AC Power
  • 3200 Watts Peak Power
  • Voltage and wattage meter
  • USB phone charging port
  • 12V Accessory Jack 
  • 12V 75Ah SLA Battery
  • Ruggedized & waterproof
  • Wheels for easy transportation
  • 5 Amp charger 
  • Waterproof cover included 
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The P1600 works by using solid state inverter technology to convert 12 volts from its internal battery into household power. The battery is recharged with the included charger through the 12v accessory port and will go from empty to full in less than 12 hours. The accessory port can be used for any device that has a regular cigarette lighter type plug when the SharkBox isn’t being charged. Because SharkBox doesn’t use an engine, it doesn’t need gasoline, produce any harmful gasses, or make loud noise; this makes it a great alternative to a generator and very eco friendly.

Due to its waterproof housing and included rain cover,  SharkBox will withstand everything from a dunk in the ocean to a hurricane making it an absolute necessity during emergency situations. Unlike generators, the SharkBox produces no harmful gasses so it can safely be used indoors as well. Accessories that allow SharkBox to be charged with Solar power or converted into an uninterruptable power supply are currently being developed.

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