With phones full of apps and generous data rates, our cell phone batteries turn red every time. Thus, these public spaces or establishments that offer electricity to their users are negotiated higher …
Either way, there are teams like the one at PowerFilm who have set themselves the goal that the presence or absence of traffic jams in our environment is incapable of changing our plans on any getaway.
Some PowerFilm members have thirty years of experience in the world of photovoltaic panels and have been able to imagine the LightSaver Max, a portable solar charger that promises to make a difference compared to others that are already on the market. . .
This charger weighs around 600 grams and is the perfect companion for travelers, walkers or campers. LightSaver Max features a flexible and collapsible solar panel which, when screwed on, takes up less space than a water bottle. It is also a panel made of amorphous silicone (a-Si), which in addition to ensuring its long life, also ensures that it absorbs solar energy despite working under a cloudy sky.
Another of the strengths of this solar panel, in addition to its efficiency, is its strength. Unlike what happens with other monocrystalline silicon (much more fragile), it could continue to function despite damage to some of its cells.
How does LightSaver Max work?
This portable solar charger has a built-in battery that sets it apart from its market counterparts. This has a capacity of 15,600 mAh and can store the energy captured by the cells of the LightSaver Max solar panel. The battery guarantees the user the use of the charger at any time of the day, even when the sun has already set.
15,600mAh would also be the power needed to charge a device like the iPhone 6 up to six times.
And how long would it take the user to charge the LightSaver Max battery? The numbers aren’t bad either: it could be fully recharged by the solar panel after a full day of sunshine. It could also be plugged into the mains for a period of between 2.5 and twelve hours or, on the contrary, it could use one of the two USB ports of the LightSaver Max (requiring a period of between four and twelve hours).
+ Information: powerfilmsolar.com