Disadvantages Of Power Bank

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Executive Summary Nowadays, a large majority of people are occupied by smartphones. They would carry it everywhere and anytime. Unfortunately, smartphone’s battery does not last for long. This would force people to resort to powerbanks in order to prevent their smartphone’s battery from dying. It may be frustrating to rely on power sockets and powerbanks as people tend to leave their cables behind. We would thus like to introduce the Wireless Charger in Glove. It is capable of charging your phone wirelessly. It enables you to keep texting, continue working, and walk while the phone is charging right on your hand. No more cable, no more powerbank. In addition, it is easy to use and it is light in weight. Introduction Background Our Project…show more content…
-Three major types of Power Bank found on the market today: 1. Universal Power Bank. They come in many sizes and configurations which can be tailored to your device requirements and to your budget. 2. Solar-Charged Power Bank. They have photovoltaic panels which can trickle-charge the internal battery when placed in sunlight. Solar charging isn't fast, so they can usually charge via cable as well. 3. The third type of Power Bank is the older-style battery phone case. While they can be handy, this type of Power Bank has very narrow device compatibility, •How do I charge a Power Bank? Most commonly, a Power Bank will have a dedicated input socket for receiving power. This power can come from a USB socket on your computer, but may charge faster when using a wall socket adapter. We most often see Power Banks use a Mini or Micro-USB socket for charging, and full-sized USB sockets for discharging. On very rare occasions, Power Banks can use the same socket for input and output, but this is rare and should not be assumed of any Power Bank, as trying to force power into an output can damage the battery. Always check the manual for specific instructions if you're not able to find a clearly marked input
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