“When using a Voltstack 30k to power a basecamp, consider that the Voltstack 30k three-phase unit provides about 8,500W per phase across the three phases or legs versus the Voltstack 30k single-phase unit which supplies about 13,000W per phase across two legs,” says Jason. “Most basecamps these days are three-phase although there is still the occasional holdout that runs a single-phase basecamp.”
Jason also asks first-time users to consider the energy storage of the Voltstack 30k. For the uninitiated, the Voltstack 30k comes with 80,000W of total storage. That means that at 8000W of consumption, an end-user will get 10 hours of run time. Alternatively, at 20,000W of consumption, an end-user will get four hours of run time.