[One of the Most Powerful 10000mAh Power Bank] Anker PowerCore+ 10050 Premium Aluminum Portable Battery Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 Technology
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- The Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by our leading technology.
- Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0: Charges compatible devices up to 75% faster. Get up to 8 hours phone use from just 15 minutes charging! Perfect for Galaxy S6 / Note 4 / Edge, LG G4, Nexus 6, HTC M9 / M8 and more. (Not compatible with Galaxy S8, 2015 Moto X or Motorola Droid Turbo 2)
- Fast Charging Technology: Exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost charging technologies combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps for all other devices. PowerCore+ itself recharges up to twice as fast as normal power banks.
- High Capacity: Charges the iPhone 6s almost four times, the Galaxy S6 three times or the iPad Air almost once. Safely recharges with a 2 amp charger (most phone chargers have a 1 amp output).
- What You Get: Anker PowerCore+ 10050 portable charger, Micro USB cable, premium travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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The Premium High-Capacity Portable Charger
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
• 10 million+ happy users and counting
Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0
Charge compatible devices up to 75% faster. That's up to 8 hours use from just 15 minutes charging!
PowerCore+ 10050 is able to be recharge twice as quickly as other portable chargers. When charged with PowerPort+ 1.
PowerCore+ 10050 is one of the most powerful 10000mAh portable charger on the market. Experience a lightning fast charge in the palm of your hand.
MultiProtect Safety System
Surge protection, short circuit prevention and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
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 Classic, HP TouchPad, Dell Venue 11 Pro, Asus tablets, Moto Droid Turbo 2, Asus ZenFone 3 and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.
• This product charges iPhones and iPads at full speed, though those devices do not support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0.
Quick Charge 2.0 Compatible Devices:
Galaxy S6 / Edge*
Galaxy Note 4 / Edge
LG G Flex2
HTC One M8 / M9
HTC Desire Eye
Xperia Z3 / Z3 Compact / Z3 Tablet Compact / Z4 Tablet
*based on Anker internal testing
Will not provide a high-speed charge for Samsung Galaxy S8.
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This Powercore+ 10050 has, you guessed it. 10050 mah. Or 10.05 AHr. But a lot of people doesn't get that 10050mah has a voltage rating. The nominal voltage of the batteries used. Most likely the 3350 mah LG INR18650F1L batteries. 3 of them to be exact. So the correct full capacity should be 10050 mah at a nominal voltage of 3.7v (most lithium ion batteries.) After some math, you get 37.185 Whr, more than what Anker states on the battery itself.
So let's skip over to the circuitry. You would think that you should get 10050 mah out of the usb ports to a "usb charger doctor". However, that is not how it works. Based on a one run test of the battery. At 1.2 amps constant current. I was able to draw 6560 mah from the usb port, but take note, this is at ~5 volts (4.97v to be exact). So if you calculate current x voltage = wattage. So 6.56AH x 4.97v = 32.6 WHr. If you compare that value to what Anker stated on their power bank (36.18 WHr) you quickly find out that the efficiency of this charger is pretty incredible. 32.6/36.18 = 90.1%
Keep in mind. I did the test with a pretty normal usage scenario, normal phone that draws a good 1.2 amps. (LG G3) Of course if you use the QuickCharge 2.0 technology, you will see a much worse efficiency as you will be converting 3.7v into 9 or even 12 volts. Since the principle behind the step up switch mode converter basically chopping up the DC to make AC then doing the normal AC-AC transformation, then lastly making it back to DC; the more you raise the voltage, the more heat is produced, thus lowering the efficiency of the converter.
So now we got a fully discharged power bank. You can charge it one of two ways. The first is the traditional 5v 2a. Which in my opinion takes way too long for a power bank of this size. So that is why this power bank has the option go charge at 18 watts. 9v 2a. So I set my power supply at 9.2 volts because of wire resistance, and a current LIMIT of 3 amps, just in case things go haywire. I have measured the voltage drop, and at the end of the micro usb cable, I get exactly 9 volts when I put a 2 amp load. The powerbank was reluctant to draw the full 2 amps it was rated for, but I soon figured out the reason why that was the case. Only after 15 minutes of charging, the whole battery bank heated up to 140F (60C). Which is way out of the Charging specifications for the battery used. 45C Max. *Disclaimer... I basing my researches on what batteries I think Anker used, I cannot confirm what batteries Anker used without destroying my power bank taking it apart. So Anker, It would be nice to share some pictures with me to prove me wrong, or agree with me. Anyhow, back to the review, curiously enough, Anker programed the charge controller to ramp the input current so there is not a current spike at the power supply end. A very nice touch that no other manufacturers implemented into their products. So I tried a charging test. With 9v and 1.8 amps at the micro USB head. I was able to charge the power bank to the 50%+ led in one hour. So in theory, with only 15 minutes of quick charge, you can have enough charge to charge a iphone 5 once.
Okay, to conclude this. I was NOT given a free item nor was I paid for this review. So you can expect a real review. Even if I was given a free product, you can expect real reviews from me. As an Electrical Engineer person, I look into the more important side of things. I will attach a screenshot of the datasheet for the battery I think that was used. And pictures of the test equipment I used and values used in this review. I hope you gained some important knowledge about the other side of products on the market.
I will give an extended review after a couple days with the device but so far I can say:
1. Impeccable fit and finish with quality throughout
2. Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 standard (takes 3 hours for 0%-100%)
3. High capacity for it’s size
4. LED Power Wheel
5. PowerIQ and VoltageBoost (automatically senses & charges devices as fast as the device can take a charge)
6. Included mesh travel pouch
More to come!
Ok, so I am having a little trouble getting this battery pack to take a full 10050mAh charge.
I have a nice Drok USB multimeter that sits inline and measures the watts and capacity of whatever is being charged.
The most I can get into this pack from empty to full is 8,568mAh.
I have checked it twice and both times got near that amount.
Just to check my method I measure the capacity on my plain jane 5,000 mAh pack and got almost exactly that amount during its last charge.
View images below. I'll keep trying but I am wondering if I got a lower than expected capacity on my pack. Hope not!
So I continue to test my Powercore+ and get less than stellar results.
I used it to charge an iPad Air 2 from 2% to hopefully full, since the iPad Air 2 battery is only 7340mAh, it should have easily made it to 100%. It didn't.... Got to 66% and gave out. I charged it back up with the Drok analyzer inline and using the 18W Anker quick charger. Only got 4846mAh before it thought it was full. See image below.
Lowering my rating at this point until I hear from Anker.
Anker got in touch with me and sent out a replacement Powercore. It is working much better!
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The battery has the advised capacity and solid aluminum design.
Smartphone is charged really fast.