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What is a power bank?
Power banks are portable batteries that can be charged and store energy and use it later to charge a mobile device.
Choosing a Power Bank
When purchasing a power bank there are three things to consider;
1. Capacity - amount of charge the power bank holdes.
3. Price - what is your budget.
We've designed an infographic to assist you in your choice.
Technical Term Glossary
What does mAh mean?
MAh stands for 'miliamp-hour. It is a measure of a battery's energy storage capacity. The higher the MAh the more electical energy it can store.
Li-Ion & Li-Polymer
Lithium-Ion and Lithium-Polymer batteries are the most common rechargeable cell types found in Power Banks. Lithium-Ion cells are generally cheaper and limited in mAh capacity, while Lithium-Polymer cells can be larger and don't suffer from a memory effect over time.
When power is transferred, there is always loss due to resistance. Power Banks are not able to transfer 100% of their actual capacity to a device, so we factor in this loss when calculating how many times an average device can be charged from a fully powered Power Bank of any given size. Efficiency ratings differ between Power Banks based on their cell type, component quality and environment. Ratings between 80% and 90% are the current industry standard.
This is the state of the battery in the device you wish to charge. The lower its power, the more a Power Bank has to work to bring it back to life. We consider charging from 20% to 90% a full charge, as the efficiency loss increases beyond these points, leading to wasted charging potential. Going from 5% to 100% can take exponentially more power.