Huntkey Introduces New Power Banks
By Cássio Lima on September 21, 2012 - 1:09 PM


Huntkey is expanding its line-up of power banks with two new models, the PBA5200 and the HPBA6000. Power banks are portable power supplies that give you the ability to quickly and easily charge devices on the go. They’re particularly useful for those who travel frequently.

The PBA5200, with a capacity of 5,200 mAh, has two USB ports, so it can easily charge two digital products at the same time. Loaded with a polymer lithium ion battery, PBA5200 is extremely durable. The charging and discharging time can reach up to 1,000 or more. Four built-in protections (OVP, OCP, OTP and SCP) guarantee maximum safety of the product. There are four LED lights on the power bank, which are monitored by a mini-PC and can intelligently display how much power is left in the power bank. The undersurface is made of aluminum, which gives a smooth texture and superb heat dissipation. The PBA5200 is equipped with a one-to-three charging cable; therefore, it is compatible with most mobile phones and digital products.

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With a larger capacity of 6,000 mAh, the HPBA6000 is equipped with an LED light at the front, so it is more suitable for outdoor travelers. As far as intelligent control is concerned, besides intelligent monitoring and the displaying of remaining power, the HPBA6000 can also self-test if the power bank is an authentic Huntkey-made product. When charging an electrical product, it can adjust the output current based on how much is needed.

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