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Shargeek Storm 2 Power Bank
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Shargeek Storm 2 Power Bank

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With so many devices running on finite lithium-ion power, most everyone has a portable battery bank of some sort. With excellent features and compatibility, the Shargeek Storm 2 Power Bank is looking to take this industry, well, by storm Read More
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jdeluca
0
Oct 26, 2022
How many mAh does this equal to?
reticulatedjig
24
Oct 27, 2022
From their website: A 25600 mAh high density battery that can be recharged in just 1.5 hours and it supports various charging protocols (QC/PD/PPS etc). https://www.shargeek.com/products/storm2
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shadowhand
58
Oct 27, 2022
It looks like this uses 18650 (or maybe 21700?) batteries. Are they user replaceable?
B0rax
18
Oct 27, 2022
It uses 18650 cells. They are welded together (like in most powerbanks). It is possible to disassemble the powerbank and everything is connected via plugs. So it’s theoretically possible if you have the skills to do so. There is no glue as far as I can see. the only difficulty is removing the display frame, I have not attempted this yet.
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CatfishRacing
16
Oct 26, 2022
Does this power bank support pass through technology?
AndyBuddy
16
Nov 2, 2022
Yes it does, but be careful using it with things without a battery like a Raspberry Pi. If you ever plug anything else in, power is paused as it will renegotiate power each time anything is plugged in.
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Iperkins
2
Oct 26, 2022
Hello, On the variable DC output: what is the maximum wattage output? What is the max Amperage output? What size connector is that barrel jack (2.1 mm, 2.5mm, etc)? As for charging: Does this have an input for charging that accepts a varied range of input voltage, if so what is the range of voltage you can charge this with? Which connection(s) can I use as input for charging this device? Thanks.
scottj
78
Oct 26, 2022
Shargeek's website (https://www.shargeek.com/products/storm2) claims 75W in/out via the 2.5mm barrel jack. It also claims 100W in/out via the port labeled USB-C1. Those are the only 2 ports that can charge the battery pack. I have not been able to find anything on max Amperage output.
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abend
0
Oct 27, 2022
Can I plug it to 220v outlet to charge it?
Aspirant_Fool
56
Oct 28, 2022
It doesn't support any AC input, so you can't plug it into any kind of outlet to charge it. You need to charge it with a DC charger. It seems to support up to 100W charging over USB-C, so a 100W USB-C PD charger would be ideal. It also supports power input on the 2.5mm barrel jack, but I don't see voltage specs anywhere, and it's slower than PD anyway, so I wouldn't risk it.
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