Solar Charger Macro B02 Backpack
A Solar backpack for travelling and camping
The Solar Backpack Power is obtained by a solar charger consisting of a solar panel and storage battery to recharge your cell phone, digital camera, PDs, GPS, PSP games player or MP3.
The solar panel is bonded to the backpack and generates 2.7 watts of power, a substantial amount of charging power for small devices, but it is not designed to charge larger, higher voltage devices such as laptops. (A laptop would require a larger unit like the Suntech portable panel).
Included with each bag is a Li-Ion battery pack, which stores solar power, so it is available when you need it, not just when the sun is up. The battery is housed in a pocket behind the solar panel with a set of 9 standard adapters for common cell phones and other devices. Included are an AC adaptor for charging the battery pack from mains supply and also a car adaptor.
Dimensions: 33cm x 21cm x 47cm Material: 600D polyester
The solar panel is a waterproof, scratch resistant, UV resistant, high efficiency monocrystalline cell. It generates up to 2.70 watts of power. This is enough to charge most portable consumer electronics (other than laptop computers). See typical charging times listed below. The substrate is an aluminium plastic composite, specifically designed to be strong and lightweight.
- Dimensions: 180mm x 130mm
- Cell type: Monocrystalline
- Power: 2.7W
- Peak voltage: 6V
- Peak current: 450mAh
- Cell efficiency: 15.50%
- Open circuit voltage: 7.20 V
- Type: Li-Ion sealed battery pack
- Output voltage: DC 6V(max)
- Battery capacity: 3.7V 2200mAh(max)
- Output current: 650 mA (max)
- Charge time: Solar charge: 5-6 hours; AC/DC charge: 3-3.5 hours
- LED illumination light: 15000mcd
- Charge display: charging – red; fully charged – green
- Weight: 85Gram
- Dimensions: 85mm x 46mm x 28 mm
Approximate Charging Times in Direct Sunlight
Cell phone: 1-2 hrs
Digital camera (below 6 V): 1.5 – 3 hrs
iPod: 1-1.5 hrs
PDA: 1.5 – 3hrs
Note: Charge times may be increased in cloudy weather, high temperatures, or where panels are not angled towards the sun.