New 6V,410mA Portable Travelling Solar Charger for Cell Phone w/ USB charging cable,GPS,DC,MP3/4
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- Solar panel output: 6V, 410mA
- Working temperature: -20-80℃
- Working life of solar panel: Above 10 years
- Charging time for handset: 2-3 hours
- Dimension: 245*170*5mm,Weight: 220g,full 12 months warranty
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If you are a frequent traveler, we highly recommend this powerful solar charger. The unit is qualified for recharging your cell phone, digital camera, portable multimedia player, GPS, and other digital devices. Besides, you will like the practical design which allows for multiple placement options. It can be clipped on the bag, attached on the vehicle window glass, or put on the ground with bracket.
Brand New Product! Full 12 months warranty!
1:The Power bank included in picture is just for illustration. No power bank is included,if you need it, you have to buy it separately
2:this item cannot charge your iPhone directly. We highly recommend you the great combination of solar charger and mobile digital power bank
1 x YG-020 Portable Solar Charger
1 x Output cable
6 x Connector (For Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson cell phones)
Q: How to ascertain the actual power of solar panel?
A: Judge based on the industry average level. Current industry average conversion efficiency of solar panel ranges from 15% to 17%. And the surface solar energy is 1000W/m².
Here we can do the math:
Electrical energy converted from solar energy per square meter: 1000W/m²x15%=150W
Electrical energy converted from solar energy per square centimeter: 150W/10000=0.015W
How much electrical power can you get in 10cm²? 0.015W x10=0.15W
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Update: I found the 830mah solar charger, it looks almost exactly like this one, but is blue and a little larger. It was only about 5 dollars more in price. still waiting for it to ship to my door. I have found that the 410mah, that i have now is just a little bit slow at charging and you need full direct sun, otherwise it will drain your battery instead of charging. You can fix this by adding a diode to it, from what i've read by other people that have other chargers that drain their batteries. only able to rate this a 4 star now, with this new info.
its very hard to keep it at a good angle to get enough of a good charge to charge a powerbank properly, try looking for a charger that has a large milliamp or amp hour capacity. which means if you had one that could put out say 1 Amp or 1000 mA an hour like most chargers, at its best angle to the sun will put out 1000 mA, but if its not perfectly facing the sun it will still charge at a better rate, usually enough to get a decent amount of charge. but for an emergency it doesn't hurt.
This panel could not charge even a single AAA battery via a USB charger, let alone two AA batteries. I bought a Sanyo NEW 1500 eneloop 2-AA Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries with USB Charger and a variety of new Eneloop batteries. The solar panel failed to charge any, even though the same charger worked perfectly when powered from any of 4 other USB ports I tried.
If you only want to charge a phone this may work for you. It charged my phone in a few hours.
Do not buy from BetterStuff LowerPrice - they refused to refund my money and refused to correct their false advertising, claiming instead that 5 Volts is somehow equal to 6 Volts.