(Video Review) FLOUREON 42000mah Portable Power Station—A-must-have “POWER HOUSE” for camping,RC lipo and electronics devices?

Meet this amazing portable Power House for a one-stop power supply when you charge your electronic devices, home appliances, go camping , go flying drones or even all long-way  road-trip if you are an outdoor type? 

With three Fast Charging Ways(by AC/Car Charger/Solar pannel,this huge capacity power bank ( 42000mah)would definitely hit the sweet spot!

video unboxing and review pls click as follow.

ALSO, To estimate runtime for various devices from the 44,000 mAh battery, floureon’s fan @Seldom  ran some tests with a power meter. All measurements are in Watts:

Chromebook, Samsung USB Type-C charger: 30
Chromebook, Inateck USB Type-C charger : 38
Chromebook, HP USB Type-C charger : 37
2013 Chromebook Pixel charger: 32.5
2012 Nexus 7, OFF: 5.1
2012 Nexus 7, ON 10.9

Floor lamp with 3-way LED:
Low : 6.4
Medium : 12.6
High : 20

Clock radio, OFF, low light display: .4
Clock radio, OFF, high light display: .5
Clock radio, ON, high light display: .8

Nightlight with 2W LED bulb
Plugged into smart Wi-Fi switch : 2.5
Plugged in directly: 2W

Camera battery charger: 2.8
18650 Battery charger not charging : .5
18650 Battery charger 2X lithium ion cells : 4

The Fluoreon power pack took ~3.5 hours from an initial charge of 50% to reach 100% charge. Heat is the enemy of lithium ion batteries, so I was glad to see that it has a thermostatically controlled cooling fan, which never came on during initial charge, with an ambient temperature of ~68° in my house.

AC Charging:

2013 Google Chromebook Pixel with battery 50% discharged. Initially, the power draw rose to ~50 Watts; when I turned the Chromebook off, power draw dropped to 31 watts. After 1 hour, all 4 charge indicator lights were still on for the power pack, the Pixel had reached 85% charge, and the cooling fan only came on briefly when I plugged in a tablet for charging from a USB port. As is normal when charging lithium ion batteries, current drops as the device approaches full charge, 24 Watts at 85% charge to 5 Watts at 100% charge. The Chromebook was fully charged after 90 minutes, and the power bank was down to ~75% capacity.

2017 Samsung Chromebook Plus (USB Type-C charger) with battery 50% discharged. Initially, the power draw started at 33.7 Watts, dropped to 18 Watts after 30 minutes charging, which brought battery to 84% charge; 94% after 60 minutes; 100% charge after 80 minutes, and the power bank was down to ~75% capacity.

DC charging:

2012 Nexus 7 tablet, Android app Ampere reported a maximum charging current of 560 mA from a USB charging port, about the same as I see from a smaller lithiunm ion power bank.

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