Charge Cell Phones, Tablets, and Mobile Devices with a Universal Battery Pack

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How to Charge Your Cell Phones, Tablets, and Mobile Devices with

Inland Universal Battery Pack*

The last time you were stranded with a dead Cell Phone, a discharged Tablet, or any drained Mobile Devices for that matter, you wished you had emergency power backup to rescue these electronic devices.

Well, wish no more. There is a new compact, inexpensive, Universal Battery Power Pack that can charge your Cell Phones, Tablets, MP3 Players, Digital Cameras, Video Recorders, etc., in time of emergency. It is the Inland Universal Battery Pack for Mobile Devices MC 770271*. Here are its specifications, according to ISPG:

Inland Universal Battery Pack Specifications

Inland Universal Battery Pack Specifications

Battery Type: Samsung Lithium Battery

DC IN: 5.0V 800 mA

Battery Capacity: 2600 mAh

DC OUT: 5.0V 800 mA

USB Output: 0.8 A

Dimensions: 94 x 22 x 22 mm

Micro USB IN/ USB OUT

Weight: 2.5 Ounces

What’s in The Package?

The package contains only the USB Battery Pack and the Micro USB Charging Cable.
Conspicuously absent, however, is the AC/DC Adapter to recharge the unit. Your Cell Phone’s and/or Tablet’s AC/DC Adapter will make up for it.

Before You Use The Universal Battery Pack

The Universal Battery Pack must be charged before you use it. To charge it:

1- Connect the Micro USB end of the cable into the Micro USB IN Port,
2- Connect the other end of the Micro USB Cable into the AC/DC Adapter’s USB Port, and
3- Plug the AC/DC Adapter into a Power Source.

The unit can be recharged in your car, from your computer, or with a solar panel (not included) as well.

A red LED indicator light turns ON when the unit is being charged, and turns OFF when it’s fully charged.

How to Charge a Cell Phone with a Damaged USB Charging Port in Your Car

How to Charge Your Devices

To charge a device, you can use its Micro USB Cable or the Universal Battery Pack’s:

1- Plug the Micro USB end of the Cable into the Device’s Micro USB Port
2- Connect the other end of the USB Cable into the Universal Battery Pack’s USB Out Port
3- Press the Universal Battery Pack’s ON/OFF Button to begin charging. A blue LED light illuminates.
4- Unplug the device, once charged. Recharge the Universal Battery Pack as soon as possible, using the Micro USB IN charging Port.

See the Universal Battery Pack in all its glory, charging a smart phone. Watch the video .

Portable and Stylish

Given its size and weight (see table), the Universal Battery Pack is very portable, and can fit easily into your pocket or a purse. It is also stylish and comes in a variety of colors: Black, Hot Pink, Silver, and Blue. It’s made of Aluminum Alloy Shell, offers Overcharge and Drop Protections, and a One-Year Warranty.

Great Gift Idea

The Inland Universal Battery Pack for Mobile Devices, or a different brand, makes for a great inexpensive, yet useful, gift. Buy 2 (two): Keep one in your car, pocket or purse; have one at home. Surprise friends and family, now and then, with a great gift.

You might be interested also in:

How to Charge a Cell Phone with a Damaged Micro|Mini USB Charging Port

Alternative Ways to Charge Cell Phones, Tablets, and Mobile Devices

You can charge your Cell Phones, Tablets, and Mobile Devices with the following Compact Multipurpose Emergency Power Plants as well:

Power Dome EX 2454

Power Dome 400 2354

Power Dome NX 2485

Power Dome EX 2454 Solarnia.com

Power Dome 400 2354 330x271 Solarnia.com

Power-Dome-NX-2485-3D-Front-Solarnia 300 x 282

 

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