Mains power in the Bush!

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Mains power in the Bush!

Postby Aztec » Wed 26 Oct, 2016 11:27 am

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/plug-the-world-s-most-powerful-battery-pack-powerbank-solar--2#/

Well it's not going to appeal to everyone, but wow... that's a lot of power...
Weighty bugger too...
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Re: Mains power in the Bush!

Postby GPSGuided » Wed 26 Oct, 2016 11:56 am

Solar charging? Wonder how long that would take to do a full charge with that paired solar panel?
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Re: Mains power in the Bush!

Postby Aztec » Wed 26 Oct, 2016 12:38 pm

*snip*

How much does PLUG weigh?

A. PLUG weighs 2lb 3oz

Q. How much does the optional solar panel weigh?

A. The optional solar panel weighs 3lb 15oz

Q. What are the dimensions of the optional solar panel?

A. The included solar panel folds up for easy transportation. The dimensions of the folded solar panel are 8.5in (L) x 8in (W) x 2.5in (H). The dimensions of the unfolded solar panel are 32.5in (L) x 17in (W) x 0.125in (H).

Q. What is the wattage, voltage, and amperage of the optional solar panel?

A. The wattage of the included solar panel is 40Watts, 20V 2A

Q. What will be included in the packaging for PLUG?

A. Packaging will include: 1x PLUG, User Manual, Universal Converter, 40W adapter

Q. How long will it take to charge PLUG with the included charging cable?

A. It will take approximately 7 hours to fully charge PLUG with the included charging cable.

Q. Will the charging time for PLUG be any faster when using a 240V outlet?

A. Charging speed will be the same regardless of whether you are using a 120V or 240V outlet to charge PLUG.

Q. How long will it take to charge PLUG with the optional solar panel?

A. It will take approximately 8 hours to fully charge PLUG with the optional solar panel.

Q. Can I use the solar panel I already own to charge PLUG?

A. Yes. However, you will need to purchase our solar panel regulator in order to use other solar panels to charge PLUG. This will be avaible for purchase at a later date.

Q. What kind of battery cells are being used in PLUG?

A. PLUG is made up of 16x 3,000mAh Panasonic battery cells.

Q. When will PLUG be shipping out to backers?

A. We are currently in the tooling phase for PLUG, we are working closely with our manufacturer to ensure we can get PLUG to you as soon as possible. We will be providing regular updates to you on the progress.

Q. What are the Watt Hours of PLUG?

A. Plug is 199.8 watt hours (wh)

Q. How do the built-in International Outlets work?

A. The built-in International Outlets accommodate nearly all outlet types used throughout the world. Below is a diagram showing how they accommodate the most common types.
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Re: Mains power in the Bush!

Postby Aztec » Wed 26 Oct, 2016 12:39 pm

GPSGuided wrote:Solar charging? Wonder how long that would take to do a full charge with that paired solar panel?


so 8 hours apparently...
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Re: Mains power in the Bush!

Postby GPSGuided » Thu 27 Oct, 2016 12:59 pm

8hrs? Incredible for the size of the panel. Anyone believe it?
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Re: Mains power in the Bush!

Postby Aztec » Thu 27 Oct, 2016 1:28 pm

I know solar panels are getting better, but didn't think they were that good yet...
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