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PowerElf Waterproof Portable Power Station

PowerElf Waterproof Portable Power Station

Features:

Keep CPAP, lights, phones powered in any situation

Solar powered power station with MPPT

IP64 Fantastic Protection Housing

Powerful Capacity On the Go

Multiple Flashlight Modes

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PowerElf Waterproof Portable Power Station

Capacity: 173Watt Hours Battery

Input: 19V/2A by Adapter or Sun

Car Cigar Output: 9-12.6V/15A Max

USB Output: 5V/2.4A

QC3.0 USB Output: 5V/3A,9V/2A 

Flashlight: 6W Torch/SOS/Strobe 

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"One thing I know: if I'm in a situation where I need reliable power under just about any condition,

I'm reaching for the iForway PowerElf."---From Derrick Story

It is the ultimate portable power station.

I'll provide a quick overview of the device first, then I'll share what's really impressed me after testing it.

With a mega-capacity of 46,800 mAh battery, IP64 waterproof shell, compact design (2.65lbs) and 10 layers of power protection, Iforway PowerElf is a robust,

reliable outdoor power station. It has a 45W type-c port (for laptops!), 2 USB ports, 1 DC output port, and a cigarette lighter socket. PowerElf can be charged 3

ways - wall outlet, solar panels, and car cigar lighter. And, if all of that wasn't interesting enough, the power station also includes a bright LED light panel that can

illuminate your work area.

Using the 12 volt socket to recharge camera batteries on the go. I used this function a lot!

I used the PowerElf to recharge batteries, iPhones, iPads, drone batteries, and even my bluetooth speaker. In informal testing,

the charge time felt about the same as when I used a wall socket. So I had both portability and speed.

 

Here's mission control: input and output sockets, power on, and the light control.

I wanted to cover the LED lighting panel in detail for a moment because it's one of my favorite features.

It's a nice big light source that can illuminate an entire table (or room). But it also has multiple modes:

steady white source, blinking white source, steady red source, and blinking red source.

The red helps you maintain your night vision while still having the ability to see your surroundings.

You can use the light and recharge items at the same time - a very valuable feature.

 

I also like the weather resistant aspect of this device.

If I'm using the PowerElf in the field, or depending on it during an emergency, I don't want to worry about its performance if the weather turns bad.

The entire unit is waterproof (rated IP64) so I can focus on the situation and not my power source.There are nice touches as well, such as rubber

strips on the bottom to prevent sliding on smooth surfaces, a wrist rope, LED power indicators, and automatic power off.

They've included overcharging, overflow, and short-circuit protections.

At first I was considering the PowerElf for field work. But after testing it, I also want it for emergencies.

Knowing that I can fully charge my iPhone 16 times and have a bright light source is very comforting.

Hopefully, I'll never need it in that capacity. But if I do, I know I'll be able to depend on it.

You can share your thoughts at the TDS Facebook page, where I'll post this story for discussion.

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Original link:http://thedigitalstory.com/2018/06/Iforway-PowerElf-portable-power-station-review.html


Derrick Story has more than 25 years as a photojournalist, including serving as managing editor for O'Reilly Network. He speaks at technology conferences including Macworld, PMA, PhotoPlus, and Santa Fe Workshops. He is the author of Digital Photography HacksDigital Photography Pocket Guide, 3rd Ed.The Digital Photography Companion, and his latest, The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers. He coauthored iPhoto: The Missing Manual with David Pogue.

Derrick likes to keep his shooting skills sharp by running his photography business, Story Photography. You can listen to his photo podcasts and read his tips at The Digital Story (thedigitalstory.com) and follow him on Twitter. Aperture fans might want to check out his co-authored video training on Lynda.com: Aperture 2 Essential Training.

 

 


PowerElf Pre-Product Review-From 1KIND Tech


  

Original link:https://youtu.be/gVisnmHHenE

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