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N0710 • 10W 6 -15V Fold Out Portable Solar Battery Charger


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This compact carry case houses a 10W mono crystalline solar panel for charging your devices in remote locations where mains power is not available. A 5V USB 1.5A output is provided for direct charging connection to your smartphone, tablet or GPS. A typical smartphone will take between 2 and 4 hours to charge with sufficient sunlight. A tablet may take much longer (10-12 hours) as these are generally fitted with far higher capacity batteries. A 6V and 15V output are also provided which can be connected to the included car accessory socket adaptor. Multiple units can also be daisy-chained together for faster charging (lead included).

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Open: 720 x 290mm x 30mm


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  • I have a microsoft surface tablet that I am wishing to charge overseas where we will be without electricity, will this devicde be able to charge it if I have an adaptor or would I require multiple solar panels? I have no idea at this point

    Looking at the microsoft website it says that you can't charge via the USB port, The N 0710 does include a car accessory socket so you should be able to use the 12V volt car adaptor that is available from most electrical stores