Press Release Summary:
With Portable Battery Chargers, users can charge mobile devices anywhere, without having to plug into AC power outlet. Four models with 2,600, 5,200, 10,000, and 12,000 mAh capacities provide hours of charge time. All include battery capacity indicator LED and protect against short circuits, overvoltage, over-current, overcharges, and overdischarges. Models rated at 10,000 mAh and 12,000 mAh also include LED flashlight function and 2 USB ports for simultaneous charging of devices.
Original Press Release:
New Tripp Lite Portable Battery Chargers Keep Mobile Devices Fully Charged While On-the-Go
Chicago, IL —Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has introduced a new line of Portable Battery Chargers. They allow users to charge their mobile devices anywhere, without having to plug into an AC power outlet. Their compact form factor fits easily into a pocket or purse while providing plenty of power to charge cellphones, smartphones, tablets, headphones and other mobile devices.
Four models are available with 2600mAh, 5200mAh, 10,000mAh and 12,000mAh capacities, providing hours of charge time. All models include a battery capacity indicator LED and protect against short circuits, overvoltage, over-current, overcharges and overdischarges. 10,000mAh and 12,000mAh models include LED flashlight function and two USB ports for simultaneous charging of devices.
On-the-go charging of cellphones, smartphones, tablets, headphones and other mobile devices
Compact form factor
Capacities ranging from 2600mAh to 12,000mAh
Protect against short circuits, overvoltage, over-current, overcharges and overdischarges
Higher capacity models provide 2 USB charging ports—a 1A port plus a 2A port
“In today’s hectic and highly mobile world, people don’t always have easy access to an AC outlet or the time to be tethered to an outlet,” said David Muzinic, Tripp Lite Product Manager. “Our new line of Portable Battery Chargers solve this problem by providing power for mobile devices anywhere, at any time.”