Ever wondered why your expensive 10000 mah power bank goes out of juice after a couple charges?
So today, we are gonna reveal you how the capacity of your power bank can be measured?
The formula in this case is [(Your Capacity i.e. mah)*0.74*0.85]. This is based on the assumption that your power bank is 85% efficient. The loss in efficiency is due to circuit losses, difference in time of charge and time of use, over-charging, etc.
Eg: For 10000 mah = 10000*0.74*0.85 = 6290 mah
In case you are looking for one with a low budget, we recommend you the following power banks:
- Romoss Solo 5 (10000 mah)
2.Lenovo P10400 (10000 mah)
3. One plus (10000 mah)
4. Lenovo P13000 (13000 mah)
5. Adata PT100 (10000 mah)
6. Ambrane P-1310 (13000 mah)
7. Asus Zen (10050 mah)
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