The world’s finest electric generator.
Portable Electric’s VOLTstack power stations deliver reliable, instant power whenever and wherever you need it.
The VOLTstack is a battery electric generator – no fumes, no noise and no excessive costs. Simply flip a switch for silent, emissions-free portable power. No matter the need, the VOLTstack is revolutionizing the way we power our world.
Capable of replacing your gas/diesel generator, the VOLTstack will change the way you use power – forever.
Keep reading to learn more about the future of power.
VOLTstack PRODUCT SERIES
The most robust, reliable and fast charging power stations in the world.
Portable plug and play power. Charges in 2.5 hours. Solar PV charging capable.
Full wireless monitoring and data collection.
Long-life, 10 – 15 year / 5000+ cycle lithium ion batteries.
4 year manufacturer’s warranty.
Portable Electric & Amazon’s, “Man In The High Castle” series brought our resources & mutual interests together to see how we could best integrate clean energy into film & television & to mitigate using solely diesel power generation. The ideal was to reduce our carbon footprint, fuel costs, noise disturbances etc. It has been an excellent learning & development process for both of us and we are really happy with the results.
The 5K proved useful in powering daylight splinter units, DIT downloading after camera wrap, dollies, techno 15, sound cart, short durations at crafty or catering truck etc. The 13K was great for daylight scenes, or powering cranes & gear on water barges, big daylight establishers, downtown areas where generator placement was prohibited.
Next season we’d opt to lease 2-3 of the 5k units and rent the 13k on a daily or episodic basis. Looking forward to making film & television a more sustainable, green & clean industry.
As a Gaffer, I know the VOLTstacks are the future of generators, and are changing the industry we work in. We are now using more low powered LED lights, and now I can save on cable runs through positioning generators.
In every application we are finding new uses for them, from lighting, locations, sound, video, camera, grip and low loader work. Everyone is asking can I use VOLTstacks to power our sets/locations on recces. Productions are supporting the use of them due to them being silent, having no fuel costs and user friendly.
The VOLTstack is one of the most positive steps forward in movie sound in recent years. Since the very first film with sound, the noise of diesel generators has created problems for Sound Mixers recording actor’s dialogue on location.
The VOLTstack is silent, meaning generators can be close to set, helping you hear the actor’s original performance. All this while reducing harmful emissions. The VOLTstack is a win-win.
First we plugged one light in, checked the voltage on it, it was fine. And then we plugged in two, then we plugged in three and we ended up using eight lights. The 13k sat in the snow for three days and it never died on us once. I realize when I’m on a survey that I’ve got Portable Electric in my back pocket. For confined spaces, locations where you can’t cable, places with noise restrictions, these make total sense. Portable Electric is what everybody needs, whether they know it or not, and it’s the way the world is going.
I really love using them as a way to reduce our carbon footprint and use of diesel power. We were very successful, we had three 5k VOLTstacks and a 13k VOLTstack that were used to build sets for Disney Plus’ Mandalorian. We completely reduced the need for diesel power generator to build an entire town’s worth of Star Wars sets. Really did a great job, you go out there and there’s completely silent power. The guys loved it because they could have it right next to them and not be inhaling diesel fumes. As well as the silent nature, it was a real amazing thing that I was very happy to use on the project. I would definitely use them again.
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