(1) To enjoy the faster 2A input, please recharge with a 2A and above charger and the original data/charging cable.
(2) The green LED indicator turns on indicating it’s recharging via the solar panel.
RAVPower – Stay Powered
RAVPower is the one-stop power charging solution for millions of customers from around the world. Our wide variety of portable chargers ranges from high-capacity external battery packs to Qualcomm Quick Charge-powered travel-friendly USB chargers to breakthrough fast wireless charging pads.
QC Micro USB: DC 5V/2A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A Max
USB-C: DC 5V / 3A Max
QC Micro USB + USB-C: DC 5V/4A Max
Quick Charge: DC 5V ~ 6.5V/3A, 6.5 ~ 9V/2A, 9 ~ 12V/1.5A Max
USB-C: DC 5V/3A Max
iSmart: DC 5V / 2.4A Max
Solar Panel: 5V/300mA Max
Charging Capacity: iPhone 8: 9.3 times Samsung Galaxy S8: 5.6 times iPad mini 4: 3.3 times
What’s in the Box:
1 x RAVPower Solar Charger
1 x Micro USB to USB-C Adapter
2 x Micro-USB Charging Cable
1 x Warranty Card
1 x User GuideFriendly Reminder: To enjoy the faster 2A input, please recharge with a 2A and above charger and the original data/charging cable (NOT included). Solar battery charger can recharge via power outlet or sunlight. It normally takes 85 hours to obtain a full recharge when the input current reaches 300mAh max in direct sunlight.
Speedier recharge with Dual inputs: connect both Micro USB & USB-C ports simultaneously and refill the solar panel charger even faster
25000Mah & 3 outputs: powers three smartphones or tablets at once up to 5V/6.4a with quick charge, USB-C, and ismart charging ports; perfect addition to your outdoor camping Gear
Built for outdoors: rugged construction is dust, shock and waterproof; LED emergency light works in strong, probe, and SOS modes; and attach the solar battery Pack with integrated hanging ring
RAVPower solar powered charger, Micro USB charging cable, and user guide
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