Portable Outlet Solar Charger Overview:
The Solar Charger for the Portable Outlet CPAP Battery takes your CPAP off the grid for good. It can recharge your CPAP Battery as well as your phone in as little as 4-5 hours, and at the same time. It is very lightweight and the compact foldable design makes it very easy to travel with. It has DC output, TYPE-C output, and a USB connection for charging other devices as well. It really is a very well rounded solar charging system.
Solar Charger Features:
- Easy to travel with- Folded, the Solar Charger is on 13.4" x 11" x 1.6" and it weighs just 3.5 lbs total. So it is really easy to take unlimited power along for the ride.
- Quick recharge- The Portable Outlet CPAP Battery recharges in as little as 3 hours of direct sunlight.
- Multi-use design- Don't stop at just charging your CPAP battery. You can recharge USB devices like your phone with ease.
- Multiple Power Connection Outputs- DC5521, Type-A USB, and Type-C USB.
Solar Recharge Time Frame:
- Full Sun Recharge in 3-4 hours
- Partial Sun Recharge Time 4-5 hours
- Low Sun Recharge Time 5-6 hours
- Mostly Cloudy Not Recommended
How to Use the Solar Battery Charger:
- 1) Unfold your Solar panel until all 4 panels are exposed.
- 2) Open the back flap and connect your Portable Outlet CPAP Battery using the DC cord provided. It connects to the DC out on the solar charger to the DC in on the side of the battery.
- 3) Place the Solar panels in direct sunlight with all 4 panels facing the sun as directly as possible. Be sure to keep the battery in the shade so that it does not get too hot.
- 4) Give the sun 4-5 hours and check the battery. The display will show you the charge level. Time for complete recharge will depend on solar factors and current battery charge.
- 5) Once fully charged you can experience uninterrupted CPAP therapy on Battery for 10+ hours.
Solar Charger Specifications:
|Max Power (Pmax)||60W|
|Rated Power Voltage||18V|
|Max Power Current||3.2A|
Unfolded: 45.3" x 13.4" x .4"
Folded: 13.4" x 11" x 1.6"
|Application Class||Class A|
|Fire Safety Class||C|
|Solar Cells||Sunpower Gen III|