Manuals for ADATA Portable Chargers
Below you can find all models ADATA Portable Chargers for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How long does it take to fully charge my portable charger? Verified
This depends on model and capacity, but in general the charging of portable chargers is faster when connected to a power socket than when it is connect to a device through USB.
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Is it normal that the light blinks while charging? Verified
Yes, with most portable chargers the small light blinks while charging. Often the light will remain lit constantly when the charging cycle is complete.
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Is it normal for my portable charger to become warm while charging it? Verified
Yes, portable chargers can become warmer while charging them, this is perfectly normal.
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How do I ensure that my portable charger lasts as long as possible? Verified
When using a portable charger it is best to use it until it is completely depleted and then fully recharge it. Intermediate charging will decrease the lifespan of the battery.
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What does mAh mean? Verified
mAh stands for milliampère/hour and indicates the power of a battery. A battery of for example 2000mAh will supply 2000 milliampère per hour and is able to run a radio that uses 250mA per hour for 8 hours. A battery with a higher mAh will have a longer runtime.
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How much power should my portable charger have? Verified
How much power a portable charger should have depends on what device it should charge. In general it can be said that to charge a smartphone or Mp3 player you need 2200-4000mAh, for tablets 5000-8000mAh and for laptops 10400-12000mAh.
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