Modular Power Station for Xbox One™

Product Overview


The perfect storage addition to any Xbox One™ Console, the Modular Power Station includes two rechargeable fuel cells for Xbox One™ Wireless Controllers. The unique modular design features a hidden release button and is powered by the side USB port, making sure no extra cables or cords are needed. The Modular Power Station gives you an easy alternative to charging and keeping your console tidy.

  • Includes 2 rechargeable Fuel Cells that allow for up to 25 hours of play time
  • Easily swap out a fresh battery when the controller is running low on power
  • Hidden release button and charge indicators keep console décor looking smooth
  • Does not require extra cables or cords to operate, drawing power instead through a side USB port


  • 2 Rechargeable Fuel CellsStore and charge two included rechargeable Fuel Cells for Xbox One Wireless Controllers
  • Swappable Battery PacksController battery running low? Swap it out with a fresh one with no downtime or need to plug in a cable
  • Side USB Port PoweredNo extra cables or cords needed as the accessory draws power from the side USB 3.0 port
  • Sleek DesignUnique modular design attaches to the side of the console and blends in seemlessly

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Modular Power Station for Xbox One™ Support FAQ

  1. 1. Can I charge the batteries from the Power Kit or Power Kit Plus in the Modular Power Station?

    No, the batteries from the Power Kit products do not contain the same contacts that are present on the batteries used in the Modular Power Station.

  2. 2. What does it mean when the icons on the front of the Power Station are blinking?

    There is a possibility that the battery might not be resting correctly inside the Power Station. Try opening the cover and adjusting the battery. If the issue persists, please contact customer support. Our customer support can be contacted here.

  3. 3. Every time I close the lid on the Power Station it tilts forwards. Is there an issue with the Power Station?

    If the Power Station is tilting forward, try checking to make sure the switch on the back of the Power Station is set to the “locked” position to secure the unit to the console.