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[Quick Charge] Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Premium Portable Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (Aluminum 3-Port Ultra-High-Capacity External Battery) [Recharges 2X Faster]
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- The Anker Advantage: Join the 20 million+ powered by America's leading USB charging brand.
- Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0: Using Qualcomm's advanced Quick Charge 3.0 technology, PowerCore+ allows compatible devices to charge 85% faster. Get up to 8 hours of use from just 15 minutes of charging.
- Fast-Charging Technology: Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to provide universal full speed charging for non-Quick Charge devices. PowerCore+ itself recharges up to twice as fast using a high-power wall charger.
- Ultra-High Capacity: PowerCore+ 26800 is one of the world's highest capacity portable chargers with Quick Charge 3.0 technology. It charges the iPhone 6s ten times, the Galaxy S6 over seven times or the 2015 MacBook over three times.
- What You Get: Anker PowerCore+ 26800 power bank, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our 18-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service.
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The Premium Ultra-High-Capacity Power Bank
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
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Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Using Qualcomm's advanced Quick Charge 3.0 technology, the PowerCore+ allows compatible devices to charge 85% faster. Get up to 8 hours of use from just 15 minutes of charging.
Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to provide universal full speed charging for non-Quick Charge devices, up to 2.4 amps per port.
PowerCore+ 26800 is one of the world's highest capacity portable chargers with Quick Charge 3.0 technology. It charges the iPhone 7 ten times, the Galaxy S7 over seven times or the 2015 MacBook more than three times.
PowerCore+ 26800 is able to be recharge twice as quickly as other portable chargers when charged with high-output wall chargers.
Anker's MultiProtect technology combines surge protection, short circuit prevention and premium LG battery cells to keep you and your devices safe.
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For Optimal Use:
• Use the included cable, your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi).
• Compatible with the new 12-inch MacBook, 2015 (USB-C cable needed), Apple and Android smartphones, tablets (including the Nexus 7) and other USB-charged devices except for the iPod nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod Classic, HP TouchPad, Dell Venue 11 Pro, Moto X 2015, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.
Quick Charge 3.0 Compatible Devices:
Galaxy S7 / S6 / Edge
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This battery IS TSA compliant for CARRY ON ONLY. DO NOT CHECK THIS BATTERY. TSA limits batteries by their Wh or watt-hour rating. mAh is a poor representation of capacity as the same battery has different mAh for different voltage outputs. On the other hand watt-hours stay the same no matter the voltage. To find the watt hours of a device you multiply the mAh capacity of the lithium cells inside (26800) by the nominal voltage of the battery (li-ion is 3.7V) and divide by 1000. This results in (26800*3.7)/(1000) resulting in 99.16 watt-hours. The TSA limits batteries at ABOVE 100 watt-hours thus this battery is fine for airplanes. Remember that 3.7 volts is the nominal voltage of the battery and has NOTHING to do with the 5V, 9V, and 12V outputs.
Reading the reviews I couldn’t seem to find a definitive answer on whether or not the charging INPUT was Qualcomm Quick Charge compliant so I tested it with my meter. Plugging into 3 different QC 2.0 compliant chargers the input being fed into the battery was 7V, 9V, and 12V at varying amperages resulting in around 15W charging speed. This DEFINITELY support Qualcomm Quick Charge input charging for fast recharging of the actual bank.
This charger DOES NOT support pass through charging. If the bank is charging itself, all 3 of the output terminals are turned off. You will need to unplug the bank from its charger, then plug in your devices to charge. Not a big deal, but something to be aware of.
As for quick charging my Note 4 or normal charging my other devices it is flawless and charges everything at full speed. The only thing I happened upon was a slight voltage drop on the output when I had 4A of load on the non QC ports and the QC port pushing 15W. This is unlikely to be seen in real-world testing and is due to the gobs of power my resistive load testers draw. This low voltage will NEVER hurt your devices as they will throttle back or stop charging if the voltage drops too low.
A picture can be seen, but the dimensions are about 7”x3.125”x1”. The pack is quite hefty but it likely has eight 18650 lithium cells inside and those are not light. The aluminum body seems extremely tough and works really well at wicking the heat away from the control board. Even maxing that charger out, it was never more than warm.
Overall this battery bank is awesome. From the quick charge output/input to the rugged aluminum body, there isn’t much more you can put in a charger like this. 10/10 with rice.
[edit Feb 22]
I'll give this one more star for Anker being responsive and offering to replace the unit. But at this point I have to leave on a business trip so I'll have to live with this design of theirs. Just be aware this model does not passthrough power.
Having said that, my pet peeve (about not just this, but with all battery packs in general) is that this battery pack is guilty of grossly overstating its capacity in its mAh rating. Because power (in watts) equals amps multiplied by volts (A × V), two batteries with the same mAh listing could have different real-world capacities, based on their Voltage levels. The fundamental reason this problem arises at all is that all rechargeable cells (used inside these battery packs) are usually rated in mAh or Ah, but assembled battery packs of multiple cells end up using the same mAh/Ah nomenclature even when they operate at non-native voltages.
Most battery packs and modern compact portable electronics use LiPo Lithium Polymer batteries that have an approximate voltage of 3.6 V. When manufacturers state the capacity of these battery packs (in this case, 26,800 mAh), they do so in the native cells’ 3.6V spec instead of the 5V USB output, which is significantly less. At the rated 5V, the actual capacity of this battery bank is 26800*3.6/5 = 19,296mAh. And this is assuming a 100% buck-boost converter efficiency - (the device that boosts the 3.6V native cell voltage to the 5V USB output voltage) which is immensely unrealistic. Most optimistic efficiencies are in the 90% region, leading to a rating of about 17,366 mAh.
This draws into focus the fundamental problem of measuring capacity in mAh - comparing batteries based on amp-hours is like comparing the fuel mileage of a car engine vs a jet engine - the engines and vehicles work on different principles and do very different work, so a mpg comparison doesn’t make sense. The saner alternative is to measure capacities by expressing how much energy a battery can deliver - in Watt Hours (which btw, is completely voltage independent) rather than how much electrical charge it can store (mAh), which depends on the voltage. This is all the more important with newer charging standards like Quick Charge and USB-C that use variable voltages as the device and charger negotiate a voltage depending on the power requirements, up to 20V/5A for 100W, not USB's old constant 5V standard.
Using Wh as the energy standard makes it easier to compare the capacities of batteries across different types of technology. You can seamlessly compare the energy capacity of this Anker battery pack with the capacities of your phone, tablet, computer and even the Tesla sitting in the driveway...