Xtorm Sun Traveler

Xtorm Sun Traveler manual

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  • AM-106
    Never out of power
    Charge your mobile life in style
    mobile phone
    game console
    mp3 /ipod
    navigation
    
    1. Keep it away from re, water and moist places in order to avoid explosion, leakage
    and moisture.
    2. Any severe shock to the solar charger is forbidden.
    3. No one except professional technicians is permitted to disassemble the solar
    charger without our permission in order to avoid damaging the charger.
    4. Before you use this charger, please choose correct voltage. If you can not know the
    charger’s voltage of your device, you must choose voltage from 5.5V to 9.5V to
    portect your device.
    
     
    
    Please ensure the rst charge is given by the USB cable.
    Please make sure you have removed the protective lm from the solat cells as
    this will radically reduce the effectiviness of the cells.
    Please ensure A-solar charger is given exposure to sunny conditions for between
    5 to 10 hours.
    Ensure the A-solar charger is outside, facing south, in an unshaded position.
     
    
    There is no indication A-solar charger gives when the battery hub is fully charged
    from the solar cells. However, this is not strictly necessary because A-solar
    charger will deliver power whatever state of charge is in its battery hub except if
    the hub is completely empty.
    
    After 1 day in full sun (9am to 6pm) the A-solar chargers hub will be pretty much
    fully charged. When connected to your device it will deliver power for 20 minutes
    to 1 hour depending in the device.
    Please do not charge the A-solar charger behind a window but outside. Because
    UV lters in windows will naturally reduce the mount of irradiation needed to
    enable solar panels to operate effectively.
    Cloudy conditions, A-solar charger may take approximately 1 1/2 times longer
    to charge than the above mentioned times, but this is depending on the time of
    year, desity of cloud, etc.
    
    No. If A-solar charger hub is empty you will not be able to simultaneously charge
    and deliver power. The reason is that A-solar chargers delivers power to a device
    approximately 10 times quicker than its solar cells can charge up its hub.
    
    No we do not recommend getting the A-solar charger wet, however, should this
    happen accidentially, please dry both hub and cells in a dry airy position away from
    children and food stuffs. The solar cells should be ne; however, the hub/battery
    may be unsalvageable. A trial will soon tell, however, we would recommend this
    trial be done outside by the solar cells only and NOT the USB charge cable.
    
    
    Yes the A-solar charger should be able to charge it.
    
    A-solar charger has a voltage range of 3V to 5.5V, so any device that needs a higher
    voltage such as a laptop or video camera is outside the range of A-solar charger.
    
    1. Keep it away from re, water and moist places in order to avoid explosion, leakage
    and moisture.
    2. Any severe shock to the solar charger is forbidden.
    3. No one except professional technicians is permitted to disassemble the solar
    charger without our permission in order to avoid damaging the charger.
    4. Before you use this charger, please choose correct voltage. If you can not know the
    charger’s voltage of your device, you must choose voltage from 5.5V to 9.5V to
    portect your device.
    
     
    
    Please ensure the rst charge is given by the USB cable.
    Please make sure you have removed the protective lm from the solat cells as
    this will radically reduce the effectiviness of the cells.
    Please ensure A-solar charger is given exposure to sunny conditions for between
    5 to 10 hours.
    Ensure the A-solar charger is outside, facing south, in an unshaded position.
     
    
    There is no indication A-solar charger gives when the battery hub is fully charged
    from the solar cells. However, this is not strictly necessary because A-solar
    charger will deliver power whatever state of charge is in its battery hub except if
    the hub is completely empty.
    
    After 1 day in full sun (9am to 6pm) the A-solar chargers hub will be pretty much
    fully charged. When connected to your device it will deliver power for 20 minutes
    to 1 hour depending in the device.
    Please do not charge the A-solar charger behind a window but outside. Because
    UV lters in windows will naturally reduce the mount of irradiation needed to
    enable solar panels to operate effectively.
    Cloudy conditions, A-solar charger may take approximately 1 1/2 times longer
    to charge than the above mentioned times, but this is depending on the time of
    year, desity of cloud, etc.
    
    No. If A-solar charger hub is empty you will not be able to simultaneously charge
    and deliver power. The reason is that A-solar chargers delivers power to a device
    approximately 10 times quicker than its solar cells can charge up its hub.
    
    No we do not recommend getting the A-solar charger wet, however, should this
    happen accidentially, please dry both hub and cells in a dry airy position away from
    children and food stuffs. The solar cells should be ne; however, the hub/battery
    may be unsalvageable. A trial will soon tell, however, we would recommend this
    trial be done outside by the solar cells only and NOT the USB charge cable.
    
    
    Yes the A-solar charger should be able to charge it.
    
    A-solar charger has a voltage range of 3V to 5.5V, so any device that needs a higher
    voltage such as a laptop or video camera is outside the range of A-solar charger.
    
    1. Keep it away from re, water and moist places in order to avoid explosion, leakage
    and moisture. Never put the charger at the outdoor environment unattended.
    2. Any severe shock to the solar charger is forbidden.
    3. No one except professional technicians is permitted to disassemble the solar
    charger without our permission in order to avoid damaging the charger.
    4. Before you use this charger, please choose correct voltage. If you can not know the
    charger’s voltage of your device, you must choose voltage from 5.5V to 9.5V to
    portect your device.
    
     
    
    Please ensure the rst charge is given by the USB cable.
    Please make sure you have removed the protective lm from the solat cells as
    this will radically reduce the effectiviness of the cells.
    Please ensure A-solar charger is given exposure to sunny conditions for between
    5 to 10 hours.
    Ensure the A-solar charger is outside, facing south, in an unshaded position.
     
    
    There is no indication A-solar charger gives when the battery hub is fully charged
    from the solar cells. However, this is not strictly necessary because A-solar
    charger will deliver power whatever state of charge is in its battery hub except if
    the hub is completely empty.
    
    After 1 day in full sun (9am to 6pm) the A-solar chargers hub will be pretty much
    fully charged. When connected to your device it will deliver power for 20 minutes
    to 1 hour depending in the device.
    Please do not charge the A-solar charger behind a window but outside. Because
    UV lters in windows will naturally reduce the mount of irradiation needed to
    enable solar panels to operate effectively.
    Cloudy conditions, A-solar charger may take approximately 1 1/2 times longer
    to charge than the above mentioned times, but this is depending on the time of
    year, desity of cloud, etc.
    
    No. If A-solar charger hub is empty you will not be able to simultaneously charge
    and deliver power. The reason is that A-solar chargers delivers power to a device
    approximately 10 times quicker than its solar cells can charge up its hub.
    
    No we do not recommend getting the A-solar charger wet, however, should this
    happen accidentially, please dry both hub and cells in a dry airy position away from
    children and food stuffs. The solar cells should be ne; however, the hub/battery
    may be unsalvageable. A trial will soon tell, however, we would recommend this
    trial be done outside by the solar cells only and NOT the USB charge cable.
    
    
    Yes the A-solar charger should be able to charge it.
    
    A-solar charger has a voltage range of 3V to 5.5V, so any device that needs a higher
    voltage such as a laptop or video camera is outside the range of A-solar charger.
    
    1. Keep it away from re, water and moist places in order to avoid explosion, leakage
    and moisture.
    2. Any severe shock to the solar charger is forbidden.
    3. No one except professional technicians is permitted to disassemble the solar
    charger without our permission in order to avoid damaging the charger.
    4. Before you use this charger, please choose correct voltage. If you can not know the
    charger’s voltage of your device, you must choose voltage from 5.5V to 9.5V to
    portect your device.
    
     
    
    Please ensure the rst charge is given by the USB cable.
    Please make sure you have removed the protective lm from the solat cells as
    this will radically reduce the effectiviness of the cells.
    Please ensure A-solar charger is given exposure to sunny conditions for between
    5 to 10 hours.
    Ensure the A-solar charger is outside, facing south, in an unshaded position.
     
    
    There is no indication A-solar charger gives when the battery hub is fully charged
    from the solar cells. However, this is not strictly necessary because A-solar
    charger will deliver power whatever state of charge is in its battery hub except if
    the hub is completely empty.
    
    After 1 day in full sun (9am to 6pm) the A-solar chargers hub will be pretty much
    fully charged. When connected to your device it will deliver power for 20 minutes
    to 1 hour depending in the device.
    Please do not charge the A-solar charger behind a window but outside. Because
    UV lters in windows will naturally reduce the mount of irradiation needed to
    enable solar panels to operate effectively.
    Cloudy conditions, A-solar charger may take approximately 1 1/2 times longer
    to charge than the above mentioned times, but this is depending on the time of
    year, desity of cloud, etc.
    
    No. If A-solar charger hub is empty you will not be able to simultaneously charge
    and deliver power. The reason is that A-solar chargers delivers power to a device
    approximately 10 times quicker than its solar cells can charge up its hub.
    
    No we do not recommend getting the A-solar charger wet, however, should this
    happen accidentially, please dry both hub and cells in a dry airy position away from
    children and food stuffs. The solar cells should be ne; however, the hub/battery
    may be unsalvageable. A trial will soon tell, however, we would recommend this
    trial be done outside by the solar cells only and NOT the USB charge cable.
    
    
    Yes the A-solar charger should be able to charge it.
    
    A-solar charger has a voltage range of 3V to 5.5V, so any device that needs a higher
    voltage such as a laptop or video camera is outside the range of A-solar charger.
    power everywhere
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Especificaciones de Xtorm Sun Traveler

General
Marca Xtorm
Modelo Sun Traveler
Producto Batería externa
EAN 8717953001368
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Control de energía
Voltaje de entrada 5V
Voltaje de salida 5.5V
Corriente de salida 300mA
Desempeño
Tiempo de carga 10h
Tecnología de batería Ión de litio
Capacidad de batería 1100mAh
Tiempo de carga de la batería (USB) 6h
Tiempo de carga de la batería (energía solar) 10h
Puertos e Interfaces
Cantidad de puertos USB 1
Interfaz de entrada Mini-USB + Micro-USB
Diseño
Compatibilidad del cargador Mobile phone/Smartphone, Tablet, MP3/MP4, GPS, E-book reader
Color del producto Negro
Peso y dimensiones
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura) 70 x 142 x 37mm
Peso 170g

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