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RUGGED HIGH-TECH 5V-19V CHARGER

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Introducing the mini-g - the latest multi-voltage charger in Powertraveller's award-winning range.

Packing a powerful punch, the mini-g houses a 12,000mAh lithium battery and is capable of charging a plethora of electronic devices, all wrapped up in a stylish yet rugged shell.

This charger features multi-voltage technology - with DC output settings of 12V, 16V and 19V.  These outputs enable the mini-g to charge more powerful electronics such as tablets, SLR cameras and netbooks under 44 Watts.  Select the correct voltage required to charge your device and the LCD screen will indicate the chosen voltage, then connect your device and start charging.  The dual USB ports output at 5V making them perfect for charging smaller devices such as phones, smartwatches and other devices that are usually charged via USB.

The mini-g also has a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) feature.  When the mini-g is connected via the included 19V universal AC mains charger and the voltage has been set to the 19V output, if the power supply from the electrical wall socket is interrupted, the mini-g will stay permanently on.

It is also possible to charge both the mini-g via the AC mains supply and charge a device from the outputs at the same time.  When using the 19V universal AC mains adaptor to charge the mini-g, the DC output will be set at 19V.  This enables users to charge a device requiring a 19V input whilst the mini-g itself is receiving power.  Similarly, users are also able to charge devices using the USB sockets.

As with all Powertraveller products, the mini-g is made from hard-wearing, durable materials yet remains compact and light enough to fit in any pack.

 

 

*Under 44 Watts

Works With

SLR Cameras
iPads/Tablets
iPhones/Smart Phones
Netbooks

Will Also Work With

Hand-held Cameras/Action Cameras
iPods/MP3/MP4
PSP/Hand-held/Games Consoles
Head Torches

Netbook (<44W): 1-2 charges

SLR Camera: 2-5 charges

Tablet: 1-2 charges

Smartphone: 3-5 charges

GoPro: 7-8 charges

smart watch: 20-22 charges

Click here to download the product datasheet
Milliamps Hour (mAh): 12000
Dimensions (L*H*W cm): 19 x 11 x 1.8
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
Voltage: 5V, 12V, 16V 19V

Parameters:

12,000mAh Lithium Ion Battery (44Wh)

DC Input

DC Output (12V, 16V & 19V)

Dual USB Output (5V 2A /1A)

Dimensions: 190 x 110 x 18 mm

Weight: 323g

​EAN code: 5060 1769 8448 6

UPC code: 648499643850

1 x mini-g portable charger

1 x USB to micro USB cable

1 x DC connection cable

1 x 19V universal AC Mains charger

1 x Female 12V in-car socket

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Photography and AV magazine, Visuals Producer, takes a look at the mini-g portable charger.

"Well-designed, robust and a great performer" - Visuals Producer, Oct 2017

Read the full review via the link

 

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