I tried using a stick type battery 'Anker 511 Power Bank' with a maximum output of 20 W and a charger 'Anker 736 Charger' capable of outputting up to 100 W



A mobile battery ' Anker 511 Power Bank ' that can charge the main unit just by inserting it into an outlet, and a charger 'Anker 736 Charger' equipped with 2 USB Type-C ports and 1 USB Type-A port from Anker Appeared.

Anker 511 Power Bank (PowerCore Fusion 5000) | Product information of USB charger with mobile battery

https://www.ankerjapan.com/products/a1633

Anker 736 Charger (Nano ll 100W) | Quick charger product information
https://www.ankerjapan.com/products/a2145

The package of 'Anker 511 Power Bank' looks like this.



The contents are the main body and the instruction manual.



The main body is a rectangular parallelepiped size that fits in the palm of your hand. It is about 113mm long and about 30mm wide and thick.



The actual weight is 170g.



It has one USB Type-C port.



One side has a strap.



The rated capacity is 3000mAh and the rated voltage is 5V. The output is 5V = 3A/9V = 2.22A (maximum 20W).



When plugging into an outlet, first pull out the plug.



It looks like this when you insert it. During charging, the LED indicator lights up and displays the approximate amount of power being charged.



When charging the device, insert a separately prepared cable into the USB Type-C port ......



It is OK if you connect it to the device. While connected to an outlet, the device will be charged with priority. Of course, it can be charged even when it is unplugged from the outlet.



When I connect the voltage/current checker '

Satechi Type-C Power Meter ' between Anker 511 Power Bank and Google Pixel 6 Pro and measure the USB Type-C port, the voltage is 8.87 V and the current is 1.03 A. was displayed.



3000mAh is about one full charge of a smartphone. It weighs 170g and can be easily put in your pants pocket, and when charging the battery, you can plug it directly into an outlet without having to prepare a cable, so it is very easy to handle.



Next, I will try using 'Anker 736 Charger'. The package looks like this.



The contents are the main body and the instruction manual.



The main body looks like this. It is about 67mm long, about 57mm wide, and about 32mm thick.



The actual weight is 201g.



It has two USB Type-C ports and one USB Type-A port on the back.



The ports are called USB-C1, USB-C2, USB-A for convenience from above, and when only one port is used, both USB-C1 and USB-C2 are 5V = 3A / 9V = 3A / 15V = 3A / 20V = Supports 5A (maximum 100W). USB-A supports 4.5V = 5A / 5V = 4.5A / 5V = 3A / 9V = 2A / 12V = 1.5A (maximum 22.5W). When using 3 ports, it can be used at a maximum of 93W of 45W + 30W + 18W.



This also pulls out the outlet plug ......



Plug it directly into an outlet to use.



When connecting Google Pixel 6 Pro using one port, the voltage is displayed as 8.95 V and the current is displayed as 0.53 A ......



Similarly, when connecting an 11-inch iPad Pro using one port, the voltage was displayed as 14.8 V and the current as 1.69 A.



The price of 'Anker 511 Power Bank' is 4990 yen including tax, and the price of 'Anker 736 Charger' is 8990 yen including tax. Both can be purchased at Amazon.co.jp. However, Anker 511 Power Bank is out of stock at the time of article creation.

Amazon | Anker 511 Power Bank (PowerCore Fusion 5000) (USB charger with 5000mAh mobile battery / USB PD compatible) [PSE technical standard compatible / outlet integrated / PowerIQ 3.0 (Gen2) installed / foldable plug] iPhone13 / 13 Pro Android Compatible with various other devices (black) | Anker | Mobile battery



Amazon | Anker 736 Charger (Nano II 100W) (3-port quick charger, compact size AC adapter) [Original technology 'Anker GaN II' adopted / USB PD compatible / compact size / PSE technical standard compatible] MacBook Pro / Air Google Pixelbook ThinkPad Dell XPS iPad Pro Galaxy S22 / S21 iPhone 13 / Pro Other Devices Compatible (Black) | Anker | AC Charger



in Review,   Hardware, Posted by log1p_kr