Hikers Are Buying the WRONG Battery Banks

Generally on a backpacking day I will use between 30-40% battery while using my phone for music, GPS, and cell service.
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Using the included usb cable the battery charged in 3 hours 8 minutes, which is a very reasonable length for a trail town stop.

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to figure out what size battery you should buy is to check out the size of your phone battery and multiply that by 3 or 4. then add any additional batteries like your camera or flashlight. (if they’re USB rechargeable)

A few popular battery sizes are:
iPhone 6s – 1715 mAh
iPhone 6+ – 2915 mAh
iPhone 7 – 1,960 mAh
iPhone 7+ – 2,900mAh
iPhone 8 – 1,821 mAh
Most android phones pack a much larger battery
Galaxy Note 8 – 3,300mAh
Galaxy S8 – 2,800 mAh
Google Pixel – 2,770 mAh
Sony RX100 1,240 mAh

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Everything Wrong With Wireless Chargers | Untangled

Even though most newer phones have wireless charging, one research report from IHS showed that only 29% of people use it. Why hasn’t it taken off?

Following is a transcript of the video:

Wireless charging sounds great, right? Just plop your phone on a stand, a pad, or even furniture with built-in wireless charging, and voila, it starts charging. No cables, no fuss.

Even though most newer phones have wireless charging, one research report showed that only 29% of people use it. Why hasn’t it taken off?

Well, first of all, you need a phone or a phone case that’s capable of wireless charging, and not everyone has one. Qi is the standard for almost all wireless chargers. Phones that support Qi are mainly newer phones from Apple, Samsung, Google, and LG.

Secondly, wireless chargers are slower than wired chargers. The thing about wireless charging is it uses something called electromagnetic induction, basically transferring energy from one place, like your charging mat, for example, to another, your phone.

Wireless charging uses two physical coils. The induction coil in the charger and the receiver coil in the phone. If you don’t align the two coils on top of each other, your device won’t charge correctly. This method of charging is slower than plugging your phone straight into an outlet, which lets the power flow from the outlet through the wired charger to your phone.

Most wired chargers have a rating of at least 12 watts, while most wireless chargers only reach about 7.5 or 10 watts. Basically, the smaller the number, the longer it’ll take to charge your phone. And if you have a case for your phone, it’ll charge even slower, or might not even work at all.

Some wireless chargers do have a fast-charge mode, but it’ll only work with phones from the same manufacturer. So a Google Qi charger might fast-charge a Pixel but not a Galaxy. Yes, if you’re not looking for a fast charger, or if you’re only charging your phone at night while you sleep, then a wireless charger could work for you.

But for the most part, you can’t use your phone while it charges wirelessly. If you take your phone off the wireless charger to do anything, it’ll stop charging. You can’t text comfortably without lifting your phone off the charger, you can’t sit on the couch and scroll through Instagram, and you can’t even take a phone call properly. But with a cord, you can do all those tasks while staying plugged in.

Also, these wireless chargers are technically not wireless. They still have to be plugged into an outlet. The only wireless part about it is eliminating the wire between your phone and the charger.The price of these chargers is another issue. The more affordable chargers range from $15 to $30, while the fancier ones cost anywhere from $60 to $100. But it doesn’t look like wireless charging is disappearing anytime soon. One report is expecting that by 2023, there will be a cumulative shipment of 2.7 billion wireless chargers and 6 billion devices with wireless charging capabilities.

But for wireless charging to become the norm, companies will need to figure out ways to make it more practical and frictionless. Companies like Pi, Energous, and Ossia are getting there with their truly wireless charging products. They claim that their products can charge multiple devices wirelessly when you bring them within a short range, kind of like how WiFi works.

Basically, if you hold or place your wireless charging phone, tablet, and headphones around the wireless charger, it’ll begin to charge your devices, which sounds pretty cool and is a great step forward. But the thing is, none of these companies have released their product yet. It’s just all talk. Just like Apple with their AirPower. So, I’ll believe it when I’m scrolling through Instagram on my couch while truly charging my phone wirelessly.

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Rooster 1
frame: Armattan Rooster 5″ freestyle frame
motors: T-Motor F40 Pro II 2400kv
FC: Matek 405
ESC: Spedix 30a
receiver: FRSKy R-XSR
vtx: Tramp HV EU Version (set to 25mw), Lumenier AXII antenna
camera: Runcam Split 2
3d printed: ESC protectors, arm protectors, VTX/Receiver holder, AXII aerial mount, battery skid (upside down to protect battery)
Notes: Standard goPro mount, used to fix Nikon Keymission 360 camera (VR/360) or GoPro Hero 5 Session

Rooster 2
frame: Armattan Rooster 5″ freestyle frame
motors: Steele Silk V2s 2345kv
FC: Matek 405
ESC: Spedix 30a
receiver: FRSKy R-XSR
vtx: Tramp HV EU Version (set to 25mw), Lumenier AXII antenna
camera: Runcam Swift 2-RR Rotor Riot Edition and GoPro Hero 5 Session
3d printed: VTX/Receiver holder, AXII aerial mount, battery skid (upside down to protect battery), camera mount

Halo Nemesis
frame: Halo Nemesis 5″ race frame
motors: Eachine X220s motors – very cheap, really quiet and amazing value
FC: AIO Hobbywing 20mm
ESC: AIO/4in1 Hobbywing 20mm (came with FC as a set)
receiver :FRSKy XSR
vtx: Tramp HV EU Version (set to 25mw), Luminier ‘horned’ antenna
camera: Runcam Swift mini
3d printed: battery skid, canopy (not fitted yet!)

Ummagawd Remix
frame: Ummagawd Remix 5″ Freestyle frame
motors: Ummagawd Hypetrain motors V1.1 2306 2150kv
FC: AIO Hobbywing FC
ESC: AIO/4in1 Hobbywing ESC (Came with FC as a set)
receiver: FRSKy XSR
vtx: Tramp HV EU Version (set to 25mw), Luminier AXII antenna
camera: Runcam Swift 2-RR Rotor Riot Edition and GoPro Hero 5 Session
3d printed: GoPro Session mount

Diatone M3
Stock, no modifications – super lovely 3″ kwad
batteries: VIFLY 4s 550mah

Diatone GT-R90
Stock, no modifications – amazing 2″ kwad
batteries: VIFLY 4s 550mah

Emax Hawk 5
Stock, no modifications – amazing 5″ kwad

Eachine E010s (Whoop clone)
With upgrades…
FC: Beecore 2.0
Fresh red elastic band
Props cut to dual blade

Tattu 4s 1550mah with removable balance lead
Acehe 4s 1500mah with balance lead extension
VIFLY 4s 550mah
Tattu 1s 220mah

FRSKy X10s

FPV gear:
Fatshark Attitude V4 (the red ones!)
TrueD Diversity module with stock Fatshark ImmersionRC omni antenna and..
Menace Pico directional patch previously used Menace Invader directional patch (still very good!)
Backup goggles – Eachine 800v
G Teng FPV watch – great for testing without needing to wear goggles, perfect on the bench

imax B6AC v2 – have 2 of these, my go-to bench charger, use with parallel charge boards
iSDT Smart Charger Q6 Pro 300w/14a – My go-to field charger
xtar VC4 81650 battery charger (for my Fatshark battery pack)

GoPro Hero 3
GoPro Hero 5 Session
Nikon Keymission 360
Gorilla tripod
Converted microphone boom stand
Feiyutech 3 axis Gopro gimbal

Camera drones:
DJI Mavic Pro x2
Parrot Disco

Race gates and obstacles:
Graupner race flags
Graupner mini race gates
Graupner freestyle cube
Tiny Whoop race gate rings
Gemfan race gates
Forza soccer goal posts (netting removed)


Car Battery Charger Voltage Needle / Meter Stuck or Wrong

Most likely happened as a result that pushed some + voltage through the ground wire by either:

1] Cranking while plugged charging(some chargers have a crank setting and can handle it).

2] The battery being charged had a bad short.

3] The battery being charged was given a cable jump by another vehicle while still plugged into the charger and possibly cranked.

You can also touch the + red wire to all the other connection on the charger for a few minutes while on a concrete or dirt floor. Be sure the charger is not connect to a power supply.