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|Product Name:||Phone Charging Solar Panel||Advantage:||High Efficiency|
|Feature:||Eco - Friendly||Type:||Portable|
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MYGF-21W-2 Phone Charging Solar Panel Eco - Friendly Portable High Performance
Phone Charging Solar Panel Performance
Made up of three polymer-faced solar panels sewn into a polyester canvas material with a fourth section designed as a Velcro pocket, the entire device folds up to be about an inch thick. This makes it perfect for stashing in just about any bag that has a laptop/tablet compartment. It also turns out to fit perfectly in a small F-Stop Gear ICU right on top of everything in it.
This worked out great for me since I often use this in my hiking pack.
Within the pouch, there are two USB charging ports with a small red LED to tell you there is power. Like Anker’s other chargers, it has PowerIQ technology which allows it to match your device's charging speed up to 2.4 amps each port or 3 amps overall. Of course, this is dependent on how much sun and at what angle it faces the sun.
During testing, I wasn't able to track the exact amperage and I’m sure these numbers are ideal situations you will never be able to match, but in direct sunlight, I easily managed to repeat charging my phone in about an hour to an hour and a half. This quickly dropped both as the sun got lower in the sky and depending on how cloudy it was. Even in relatively poor conditions (full overcast), I managed to get about a 15–20 percent charge on my cell phone, which if you find yourself on a mountain in an emergency, that is more than enough.
The Best Way to Use a Solar Charger
If you want to get the most out of any solar charger the secret is to use battery banks. You can charge them throughout the day and then charge your various devices as needed. This also means you can charge just about any device since almost everything can be powered or charged via USB.
I meant it when I said everything I use now can be charged via this solar charger because everything I currently use when traveling or in the outdoors can be powered and charged via USB.
How To Use a Solar Charger
At first, I started simply finding several AA and AAA lithium battery chargers that used a USB connection. Then I started looking for a USB charger for my Canon DSLR batteries and sure enough, I found some. Now I could charge both my camera and speedlights via a large battery bank if I needed to. Of course, this wasn't enough for me so I look toward my Surface Pro 4. Could I actually charge this via a USB battery bank? It took some creative doing but the answer is yes, yes I could.
With a little searching I was able to find USB chargers for just about any battery. Some newer cameras, specifically mirrorless ones, can even charge via USB through the camera, and with the rise of USB 3.0 several laptops can now charge via USB. All this makes for less cables to pack and more charging options.
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