e5 Changers Solar Starter Kit with two Solar Modules (8W)
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- 4-Watt Solar Panel to gather solar energy
Solar energy can only be gathered reasonably if your solar panel
delivers enough energy.
So we chose a high-power, high-efficiency solar module for our starter kit.
The panel only weighs a little over 100g (3.5 oz) and is flexible and durable.
Exposed to one hour of sunlight, it gathers enough juice to
power your smartphone for about 5 hours.
- 16Wh-Smart battery to store your gathered energy
Energy you gather with your solar module is stored within the charger battery.
This allows you to fully recharge your Mobile Phone or Tablet even if the sun's not shining.
The charger stores 16 Watt hours or 4'400 mAh at 5 Volt and has an 1.1A Power Output.
Plug in your device's USB Cable to recharge your iPhone or Android
up to 3 times on one full load.
- Recharge mobile phones, tablets and many other USB devices
Using an USB-Output allows you to recharge a wide variety of gadgets
using your own generated solar power.
Connect any USB-chargable device to the charger in order to juice it up.
The e5 Changers Starter Kit works best with Mobile Phones and the iPad Mini,
but also charges your iPad, Galaxy Tab or Asus Transformer if you leave the
charger plugged in long enough and the tablet's screen turned off.
- Attach and use anywhere with included suction cups and carabiner
Use suction cups to attach the Starter Kit to your home's windows
or inside the car's windshield.
Try to get the solar module exposed to as much direct sunlight as possible.
Get the optional carabiner kit to attach the Starter Kit to any backpack, tent or bike when outdoors.
- Generate up to 25Wh of energy a day and upload to the community
The community counts on you! Generate your own energy using your Starter Kit and share your energy savings with the online community. Get statistics, race your friends and communicate with other Resourcers all around the globe!
- All you need to start charging and sharing resources:
Visit our Website www.e5resource.com to find out all about
the projects you can support with your produced solar energy!