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RAVPower USB C Power Bank 20100mAh 45W PD 3.0 Portable Charger External Battery Pack - Amazon Prime
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RAVPower USB C Power Bank 20100mAh 45W PD 3.0 Portable Charger External Battery Pack - Amazon Prime

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Posted 8th Dec 2019

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RAVPower USB C Power Bank 20100mAh 45W PD 3.0 Portable Charger External Battery Pack (USB-C Input, 45W Type-C Output) for MacBook, Nintendo Switch, Laptops and More Mobile Phones

  • More Advanced, More Compatible: Updated USB-C Power Delivery charges almost all devices at a huge 45W output, highly compatible with the majority of Type-C devices, such as Macbook, Macbook Air, Macbookpro etc. Please note that when charging a phone and laptop simultaneously, the charger can only offer 30W for laptop. If your laptop needs 45W, please charge it alone without the phone attached.
  • Parallel Power: Recharge 2 devices at a time with the USB A and USB C outputs; please note that laptops can only be charged alone via the USB C port
  • Ultra-fast Recharge: Get a full recharge in just 3.5 hours with the 30W USB C port, Micro-USB QC charges at 18W in just 6 hours, standard 2.4A charges in just 9.5 hours
  • Colossal Capacity: Mammoth 20100mAh capacity fully charges your iPhone X 4.3 times, iPhone 8Plus 4.3 times and an iPad Air 1.3 times
  • Advanced Safeguards: UL certified and engineered with sophisticated safety systems that include short circuit protection, overvoltage protection and overcurrent protection
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What not to love? Is thick and holds as much power as a slim one, and costs on an average about the same amount of money like 3 others.
Can you charge laptop via USB c with other ones 3 time less expensive? Most of you cold voters have no idea what 45w of charging is capable of and how universal this power bank is. Good I did not link my 200 pounds power bank here...
No information regarding voltages and current outputs.
mtodak08/12/2019 05:37

Can you charge laptop via USB c with other ones 3 time less expensive? …Can you charge laptop via USB c with other ones 3 time less expensive? Most of you cold voters have no idea what 45w of charging is capable of and how universal this power bank is. Good I did not link my 200 pounds power bank here...


.... maybe its because the Omar 45w PD one is currently £23.10?
I bought this for £20 a year ago from amazon
polarbaba08/12/2019 06:38

No information regarding voltages and current outputs.


The USB-PD standard is rated by watts with voltages increasing as you go up in power and devices having to support all standard voltages up to that wattage, so a 45W rating means it can deliver 5V, 9V and 15V, all at the maximum 3A.
EndlessWaves08/12/2019 10:41

The USB-PD standard is rated by watts with voltages increasing as you go …The USB-PD standard is rated by watts with voltages increasing as you go up in power and devices having to support all standard voltages up to that wattage, so a 45W rating means it can deliver 5V, 9V and 15V, all at the maximum 3A.


I understand that, but what if someone needs 20v over usb PD.
They won't know of this device is any good to them.
polarbaba08/12/2019 11:03

I understand that, but what if someone needs 20v over usb PD.They won't …I understand that, but what if someone needs 20v over usb PD.They won't know of this device is any good to them.


They'll can assume it's no good because only devices more than 45W provide 20V.

Although devices which uses USB-PD to charge should be claiming a required wattage rather than a voltage/current so it's a case of making sure the power supply has an equal or higher wattage to the device.
EndlessWaves08/12/2019 12:46

They'll can assume it's no good because only devices more than 45W provide …They'll can assume it's no good because only devices more than 45W provide 20V.Although devices which uses USB-PD to charge should be claiming a required wattage rather than a voltage/current so it's a case of making sure the power supply has an equal or higher wattage to the device.


You can supply any current that the device is designed for. Either way the consumer needs to understand what voltage and current is being supplied.
Wattage can confuse consumers as it doesn't address these issues.
This is an excellent portable charger, charges my phone quicker than the wall charger that came with my phone. It is about £20 too expensive though. There are often deals and voucher codes.
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