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Features one 3.0A USB Type-C port, two iSmart 2.4A USB Type-A ports, and one 110 VAC / 60 Hz output, which can support a maximum of 100W.

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Key Features
  • Compatible with Devices Charged via USB
  • Compatible with Devices Charged via AC
  • 27,000mAh Capacity
  • 2 x 2.4A USB Type-A Ports

100W AC Output
Experience versatility and power up smartphones, tablets, and even your 110V home appliances up to 100W / 0.9A.

3A USB Type-C & Dual 2.4A USB Type-A Outputs
Benefit from one 3A / 5V USB Type-C output and two USB Type-A iSmart ports up to 2.4A / 5V each to simultaneously charge a MacBook and two other devices.

27,000mAh Capacity
Charge your iPhone 6s up to 11 times, a Galaxy S7 up to 6 times, and the 12" MacBook over 3 times.

1.6A / 19 VDC Input
Recharge the power bank quickly with the 1.6A / 19 VDC input and monitor the battery level via the eight built-in LED indicators.

Integrated Air Vents
Keep the power bank running smoothly with a set of vents that'll cool it down and won't let the dust in.

Power Button
Turn the power bank on/off by holding the power button. When it's not in use, remember to turn it off to save precious juice.

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Last Edited by timbertop February 5, 2020 at 03:40 PM
Scroll down to click the $5 coupon valid only when purchased from Ravpower Official. Be sure that you understand what you are buying.

RP-PB064 is a slow old school charger. No QC charging. Not a good choice for Samsung or most other fast charge devices unless you don't mind premature device battery wear. Not for newer iPhone.

Technical Specifications:
Battery Capacity: 32000mAh / 121.6Wh
Input: 5V/2.4A Max
iSmart Output: 5V/2.4A Max (Each Port)
Total Output: 5V/6A Max

Slow charging of device plus slow overnight re-charge using slow legacy 5 volt charger. Not a good value imo. timbertop

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TSA approved simply means "It follows FAA regulations allowing for up to 100 watt hour batteries" So we take 27Ah* (3.6 or 3.7) volts and you get 97.2 to 99.9 which is under 100 WH. So yes it is TSA approved, in fact it's the largest battery you can get while being TSA approved.

above info is from Amazon which sells it for $129.99 [amazon.com]

BTW is has 1 USB C (NO PD) and 2 USB A all are output only and only 5v
it seems that this must be recharged with a 19V/1.6A DC Input i am unclear if it comes with this adapter

this one might have more more going for it with PD in/out https://www.amazon.com/Omars-2680...B07D9JCH5X
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Nope. Most cars cannot charge with 100W and also cannot accept this type of AC inverter since it is not grounded and would be a bit messy of a sine wave. Even if it could, the amount of power would be meaningless. Cars like a Tesla have over 7,000 of these cells. This has somewhere between 9-12. So you would get an order of magnitude somewhere around 1/1000th of a full charge of a EV, even if it were possible. Not sure how far that could get you.

Edit: guessing you may have meant a regular 12V lead acid battery. Chances are you can charge that using a trickle charger in between. But it would take a long time and may not add enough Ah for the car to start. It would be more reliable to get a small/portable jump starter for that situation. Those small power bank looking devices use a different battery chemistry with a higher C-rating (higher peak Amp output due to lower internal resistance). Those would be better so your car can start up and begin charging itself with the alternator/fuel.
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"Compatible Devices Charged via USB/AC"? Does than mean it won't power anything else other than laptops/smartphones/tablets?
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TSA approved simply means "It follows FAA regulations allowing for up to 100 watt hour batteries" So we take 27Ah* (3.6 or 3.7) volts and you get 97.2 to 99.9 which is under 100 WH. So yes it is TSA approved, in fact it's the largest battery you can get while being TSA approved.

above info is from Amazon which sells it for $129.99 [amazon.com]

BTW is has 1 USB C (NO PD) and 2 USB A all are output only and only 5v
it seems that this must be recharged with a 19V/1.6A DC Input
i am unclear if it comes with this adapter

this one might have more more going for it with PD in/out https://www.amazon.com/Omars-2680...B07D9JCH5X
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Can this charge a car battery?
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Type-C only 5V output?
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TSA approved simply means "It follows FAA regulations allowing for up to 100 watt hour batteries" So we take 27Ah* (3.6 or 3.7) volts and you get 97.2 to 99.9 which is under 100 WH. So yes it is TSA approved, in fact it's the largest battery you can get while being TSA approved.

above info is from Amazon which sells it for $129.99 [amazon.com]

BTW is has 1 USB C (NO PD) and 2 USB A all are output only and only 5v
it seems that this must be recharged with a 19V/1.6A DC Input
i am unclear if it comes with this adapter

this one might have more more going for it with PD in/out https://www.amazon.com/Omars-2680...B07D9JCH5X
Yes, the only input is the 19v/1.6a barrel connector. The specs list the power adapter as being included.

This would be awesome if it had USB-C as the input. I am less inclined to buy it with the proprietary DC adapter.
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Can this charge a car battery?
Nope. Most cars cannot charge with 100W and also cannot accept this type of AC inverter since it is not grounded and would be a bit messy of a sine wave. Even if it could, the amount of power would be meaningless. Cars like a Tesla have over 7,000 of these cells. This has somewhere between 9-12. So you would get an order of magnitude somewhere around 1/1000th of a full charge of a EV, even if it were possible. Not sure how far that could get you.

Edit: guessing you may have meant a regular 12V lead acid battery. Chances are you can charge that using a trickle charger in between. But it would take a long time and may not add enough Ah for the car to start. It would be more reliable to get a small/portable jump starter for that situation. Those small power bank looking devices use a different battery chemistry with a higher C-rating (higher peak Amp output due to lower internal resistance). Those would be better so your car can start up and begin charging itself with the alternator/fuel.
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Yes, the only input is the 19v/1.6a barrel connector. The specs list the power adapter as being included.

This would be awesome if it had USB-C as the input. I am less inclined to buy it with the proprietary DC adapter.
I imagine they did this because the DC charger would charge vastly faster than USB-C?
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Can this charge a car battery?
Hahaha funny as heck
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Can this be used as a UPS?
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Can this charge a car battery?
Do you mean an EV vehicle or a 12V battery on a gas/diesel vehicle via a trickle charger?
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I don't see any mention of Power Delivery and $65 seems pretty high for similar capacities on Amazon.
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Do you mean an EV vehicle or a 12V battery on a gas/diesel vehicle via a trickle charger?
The latter
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