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10,000mAh Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ Dual USB Power Bank

10,000mAh Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ Dual USB Power Bank

  • CAT.NO: MB3725
Discontinued
$23.94$39.90
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10,000mAh Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ Dual USB Power Bank
$23.94
1 Year Warranty
Hazardous Materials
The ultimate in modern power bank convenience. A huge 10,000mAh Li-Po battery supports powering and recharging your devices. One port is equipped with the latest Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 3.0 technology to charge your devices faster than ever before! Recharge the unit via USB Type-C or Micro USB (standard USB cables included).

Features:
- Quick Charge™ 3.0 technology
- Light weight Li-Po battery
- High capacity

Specifications:
Recharging Input: 
Type-C:      5VDC @ 2A Max
MicroUSB:  5V-9VDC @ 2A Max (Quick Charge)
USB Outputs: 
Quick Charge™ 3.0 Port: 5-6V @ 3A; 
6-9V @ 2A; 
9-12V @ 1.5A
Type-C:  5V @ 3A Max
USB2.0: 5V @ 2.4A Max
Battery: 3.7V 10,000mAh Lithium Polymer
Dimensions: 75(W) x 151(D) x 15(H)mm
Weight: 234g
Battery Charging

Recharging Voltage

5 V

Standard Recharge Current

2 A

Recharging Time

7 hr

Batteries and Battery Packs

Battery usage

Rechargeable

Battery Chemical Composition

Lithium Polymer

Battery Peak Current

3 A

Amp Hour Rating

10000 mAh

DC Voltage Rating

DC Voltage

5 V

Product Dimensions

Height

15 mm

Depth

151 mm

Classified as dangerous goods

DG UN Number

3481

DG Class

9

DG Pack Group

II - Medium Danger

DG Hazardous Chemical Code

4W

DG Ship Name

3481 - Lithium Ion Batteries Packed In Equipment

Battery Watt Hour Rating (Required for Lithium Batteries)

38.48 Wh

Dangerous in Road Freight

false

Dangerous in Air Freight

true

Packaged Dimensions

Packaged Length

18 cm

Packaged Width

10.5 cm

Packaged Height

3.3 cm

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