Voltaic Systems 1018 Amp Solar Charger and 3,000 mAh Battery - 4 Watts Solar Power for Handheld Electronics - Silver (cp)

Voltaic Systems
SKU: VL1018ASCSL MFR: 1018-S
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About Voltaic Systems

Voltaic Systems 1018 Amp Solar Charger is the most compact solar charger yet. Fits easily in any bag, but don't be fooled by its size. With four times the power and twice the battery storage of most solar chargers in the market, your phone need never be flat again.

Two 2.0 Watt Solar Panels generate power in sunlight. They are waterproof, lightweight and built to withstand abuse. Universal USB Battery stores power for use anytime and is specially designed to charge efficiently from solar. When not in the sun, the battery can be charged using the USB Power Cable or optional AC travel charger or DC car charger making it just as useful on the grid as off. Connect to Devices via the USB Port or 5 standard adapters.

Voltaic Systems Specifications

Solar Charger: Power
4 Watts total peak output at 6 or 12 Volts (selectable depending on charging application)
Solar Charger: Charge times
4-5 hours in the sun to fully charge a typical phone
1 hour will provide about 3 hours of talk time
Battery: Charge times
Battery will be fully charged from 7 hours of direct sun
5.5 hours from USB port on laptop or optional DC or AC
Battery: Capacity
3,000mAh, 11 Watt hour capacity
Battery: Output
5.5V, 600mA via USB port
Battery: Input
4.8-12V, 650 mA
Bag Volume
20 cubic inches (0.3 liters)
LED Indicator
LED in logo illuminates when light hits the panels
Interior Pocket
Mesh pocket stores adapters and cables
600D shell made from recycled PET (soda bottles)
Handheld electronic devices
Bag Dimensions (H x W x D)
6.5 x 5.5 x 1.5in / 16.5 x 14.5 x 4cm
Bag Weight
1.1lbs / 480g
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Wanda J  can I charge my Kindle with this?
KEVIN H  Yeah, the Kindle charges on microUSB, which is included in the different adapters.
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