Anker PowerPort Solar (21W 2-Port USB Solar Charger) for iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPad Air 2 / mini 3, Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge and More
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The Anker 21 is well made, light, and compact. It can also carry its weight as a charging powerhouse. It's okay when charging one or more devices, and can recover its charge even after being shaded for a few minutes. The panel also works decently well on overcast days, whereas some of the lower wattage panels could not keep a charge going when clouds were overhead. We are big fans of this long-time favorite, but the Anker 21 has finally come up against some fierce competition in recent years.
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PC & Peripheral All you need to know on the latest PC releases and whether they’re worth their dime. This Anker Powerport is one of the most popular solar chargers around, and it’s easy to see why. With plenty of power, great amperage (so faster charging), and 3 USB ports, the Powerport is efficient, easy to use, and easy to carry around as well. There’s even short circuit and surge protection on board to protect your electronics. In the case of a Powercore 20100, I don’t know what is its threshold, the minimum voltage which would cause it to recharge, but that is my 1st thought.Gaming Let expert reviewers guide you on which games to play. From consoles to RPGS and shooters, we’ve got it all here just waiting for you to read. If you’re looking for a big yet affordable option, then the Floureon Solar Charger is for you. You get a whopping 28 watts and 7.2 amps across three USB ports, so there’s more than enough power here, and that 23.5% efficiency is pretty impressive too.
Anker Community What is the point, can anyone enlighten me? - Anker Community
To test charging speed, we plugged all the panels into a dead battery and timed them as they charged the battery to full. The Powerport Lite 15performed equally to the Instapark Mercury 10W regarding charge time. After 3 hours in full sun, this panel had charged our battery 49%, close behind the Instapark's 50% charge. Multiple Device Charging Speed Given what you say, I think probably your solar panel is at fault. The reason is you said neither the Powercore nor your iphone show a charge input, given its 2 devices with 2 cables, by elimination is probably the solar panel fault.I then changed the cables and attached my iphone directly onto the solar panel. I had tried this earlier. At no time when I have tried this has the charging (little lightning bolt) shown that it was charging. Again no red light on the panel. I have now had my iphone attached to the solar panel for the past half hour. It has not budged and no lightning bolt showing it is charging . It appears that apart from the odd intermittent red light coming on in the solar panel then switching off again, when I first plug into it, the solar panel is really doing nothing at all in the way of offering any charge to any device using any cable.