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Portable Solar Panel Battery Charger

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on January 11th, 2010

Portable Solar Battery Charger For Commercial Electronics

The Portable Solar Panel Battery Charger has a robust clam shell design which houses a twin solar panel system that can charge many different commercial electronic products quickly. It provides a portable source of power for electronic goods that can be replenished anywhere there is sunlight.

Portable Solar Battery Charger for Electronic Goods Such As Mobile Phones

The twin solar panels connect to a high capacity (24000 mAH) rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery that is built into the system. It is designed to power portable electronic gadgets that we all take for granted like mobile phones, laptops, mp3/4 players. To aid this it comes with many different connectors for the more popular brands of mobile phone, laptop and other such goods. It also has 16 adapter configurations and 8 different voltage settings (5V, 6V, 8.4V, 9V, 12V, 16V, 19V, 24V) to allow its battery to be able to power just about any portable electronic good you can think of.

The battery should take between 12 and 20 hours to fully charge through its solar panels though this is dependent on the strength of the sunlight. The battery can be charged in 4 to 6 hours from a mains supply. The Solar Panel Battery Charger measures 26cm x 20.3cm x 3cm (10in x 8in x1.2in) when closed. Though this can charge a notebook’s battery be warned as it will not power the notebook directly.

Pricing at the time of writing is is approximately £125 from China Vision, with discounts for bulk purchases.

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  1. Gravatar KJH on January 16th, 2010 at 2:52am

    Pricey, but given the # of solar panels and size, it should capture a lot more power quicker than say a lot of the smaller devices out there now (like this one for example: http://bit.ly/1iY5PH)