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Stabilized 4.5A Dual iSmart 2.0 ports
Charge 2 devices simultaneously at a consistent 4.5A current with optimized charging speed for each device thanks to our iSmart 2.0 technology. A smooth charging for a sweet journey with no Fun left behind.
Full speed 2A recharging
Get a full battery back within just 8 hours with the DC 5V/2.4A charger instead of 17 hours with the traditional DC 5V/1A input.
Designed for accessibility
Stay informed of the battery level and conveniently turn on the flashlight by pressing the power button once and twice respectively. The battery pack is kept new and intact under the matte finish that is fingerprint and light-scratch proof.
Reliable A+ lithium-ion battery
Premium a+ 18650 battery endures over 500 charge cycles for extended service life. Integrated with voltage surge and over discharge protections, the battery pack will automatically shut down if a charging error occurs.
Input: DC 5V/ 2A (Standard micro USB port)
USB A1: 5V/ 2.4A max, USB A2: 5V/ 2.1A max
1. Please use the original 8Pin/ 30Pin cable (not included in the package) by Apple to charge Apple products.
What's in the Box:
- 1 RAVPower RP-PB19 power bank
- 2 USB to Micro USB cables (Lightning cable and Type-C cable are not included)
- 1 User Guide
- 1 travel pouch
|Input||DC 5V/ 2A (Standard micro USB port)|
|USB A1||5V/ 2.4A max, USB A2: 5V/ 2.1A max|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 3.2 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
How does one charge the charger, and how long does it take? Can it charge devices while it is charging itself?
The English-language part of the manual does not state how long the charging times are. The manual in other languages does: using 5V 2.1A or 5V 2.4A charging device 11 to 12 hours; using 5V 1A charging device it takes 17 to 18 hours. The battery housing itself says that 'input 5V 1.5A' - I'm using my blackberry playbook charger, which is rated at 5V 1.8A output.
Does this allow a pass-through charge? i.e. Can I charge it (direct to wall), and a device plugged into it at the same time?
The answer is YES with a qualifier. During initial testing the port labeled 2.1A will continue to supply continuous power when the "charge" cable is unplugged, however the port labeled 2.4A will drop out momentarily when the "charge" cable is unplugged. Which in my case will cause the Raspberry PI to reboot, this is NOT good as I ended up corrupting the MOTT broker and operating system that was running on the PI. Most cases this would not be a problem but I am using the battery pack as a uninterruptible power supply for a home automation system. When the PI crashes and does not recover gracefully it causes havoc with all kinds of my automated systems. Having said that I have purchased a total of 3 of these now and for the last month have not had any issues when randomly manually unplugging the charger to each of the battery packs, all of the PI's have not had any issues.
If my phone is running low, and I hook it to this --can I talk on the phone while it is plugged in charging?
FYI: I know this super late to when the question was asked; but remember many of your current Samsung smart phones clearly state to turn off the phone when charging. I bring this up because a friend was charging her Samsung phone & the cable started to smoke & melted today. She had the phone on & was charging on the 2.1 Amp port. The phone will not longer charge & gets very hot now. iPhones do not have this problem, although streaming & charging from less than 30% can get the iPhone over heated (after about 30 minutes) for my preference
Can this charge a laptop?
The laptop battery is too big for this charge. I'm afraid that he can not charge it.