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All Drones users know The Fly More Kit which optimizes the use of the DJI Mavic 2 drone!

 

 

 

 

 

This kit which includes a whole series of essential accessories for extensive outdoor us. Namely 2 DJI Mavic 2 batteries, a cigar lighter socket  and a charging station (allowing you to recharge several batteries in a row).

If the cigar lighter charger provided in the Fly More DJI Mavic 2 kit allows charging from the cigar lighter socket of your vehicle, it is also the essential accessory to use your DJI Mavic Drone in complete autonomy by charging it from the Solar charging station powered by Powertec.

Mont Logan Expedition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indeed, from the 16W Tactic Pack imagined by Powertec, we have a portable battery storage unit , 30.000mA / h @ 4.5A max and allowing the recharging in particular of all electronic devices that have a 12V charging system by car cigar lighter socket.
The PT111 battery can be recharged via any 12V Powertec solar panels:
– PT16Flap Duam Output (5V & 12V) solar charger
– or by our latest PT21 USB-C   Tri Output panel (we have added a nativ USB-C, 3Amp @ 5V  to the existing 5V and 12V .
With these 2 panels, you can load your 12V batteries in 6 to 7 hours.
The battery will thus constitute a reserve of energy to charge or power your DJI Mavic Drones batteries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The “pass-through” system here takes on its full meaning for a solar charging station: the solar panel charges the Powertec battery which recharges the Mavic batteries.

The latest fully autonomous expeditions have benefited from this technology in order to be able to power their drones during their journey which lasted more than 40 days in total autonomy.
The drone, which has become an effective means of reconnaissance to trace its route in perilous places such as glaciers or rugged trails, thus becomes an object of comfort and safety beyond taking photos and videos which it is difficult to do without.
Thus, Powertec who proudly celebrated its 12th anniversary a few months ago, has established itself in the very competitive market for solar solutions.
Its uniqueness in offering its solar charging solutions makes it the specialist in DJI Mavic Drone charging by portable solar solution.

We accompany several major expeditions each year in their conquest of new spaces, and allows them to face these new adventures in complete safety.

In Sun We Trust !

 

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Since it arrived on the first smartphones a few years ago, USB-C has been gaining ground. We can see it on all our electronic devices and it is slowly becoming the connectivity standard of tomorrow.
But if USB-C is first and foremost a design, i.e. a connector that can be plugged in any direction (phew!), what about its characteristics and why do all the manufacturers keep on boasting about the integration of this standard in their new electronic products?

USB-C or USB Type-C, is first of all a standard relating to the cable connector, which differs from the USB-A, microUSB and Lightin connectors that we knew until now, and that we found on many Android smartphones and iPhone.

Like its cousins, a USB-C port can be used to charge devices, exchange data, and even transmit audio and video streams.
It is finally through these last uses that USB-C finds its universality.

But what interests us here is that USB-C is, like other USB standards, made to charge.
USB-C offers several energy profiles. While the classic USB operated in 5V, then in 5.2V then in 3.7V only allowed 2.5 Watts then 5Watts of power, the Type-C offers a minimum of 10 Watts (which explains the new standards of smartphone Fast charge) and a maximum of 100 Watts, which allows the charging of a computer.

Powertec has been working since 2016 on this new standard which opens a small revolution, both in terms of charging and connectivity and products to charge.
In order to develop a USB-C ecosystem, the R&D of the first USB-C solar charger has just been completed with a market launch in 2021.
To accompany it, a series of new USB-C accessories to charge everything quickly, including:

(5V / 3A)

, microUSB+ USB-C + Lightin

integrating USB-C in/out charging

Thus equipped, the next USB-C solar panel + its accessories will provide you with all the comfort of a light, robust and fast mobile charge!

Have a nice trip !

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If there’s one thing that many mobile workers expect, it’s to be able to charge their Mac in full autonomy while travelling.

This breed of portable PC is quite special. Just like its cousins the iPod, Iphone or iPad Apple has always been quite complicated to charge because of

  1. a connector system of its own
  2. power-hungry features or batteries powerful enough to give it sufficient autonomy

Also the challenge has always been great, but Powertec engineers have succeeded in a tour de force by relying on the new technology of USB PD.

The USB type C PD, the solution to charge a Mac comfortably

Indeed, this new connector can provide energy and power such that we manage to charge the Mac Book type MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 45W 60W 85W and sizes ranging from 12, 13 to 15 inches.

Powertec’s latest battery, the PT111/USB Type C PD has this port to optimize charging power to Macs that normally use 20V and 100W mains chargers. Weighing only 790g, it will be perfect to take with you on all your travels.

Using a USB-C to Magsafe 2 cable and plugging it into the USB-C PD port of the latest PT111 battery, it’s done…

But then, you might ask? How do you connect this battery if not to the mains?

This is where the latest Powertec charger from the PT Flap range comes into play: the PT21 – USB Type C.
Once again, the careful electronics of this 600g solar panel allow us to innovate by offering, as standard, a triple output with a 2.4A USB port, a 3A USB-C port and a DC5521 port for 12/15V connection to a cigar lighter or other DC wiring.

By connecting the Type-C port directly to the Type-C port of the PT111 battery, you get a fast and convenient charge so you can charge everything on the other 3 available ports…

All you have to do is go to the desert, the mountains or the Arctic,as the adventurers we accompany on their expeditions do, thanks to this autonomous solar energy kit capable of charging everything, in the hottest and coldest temperatures…as long as there is light!

In Sun We Trust!

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The announced revolution is spreading to all smartphones and soon laptops.
The new USB Type C standard, Power Delivery (P.D) is capable of adapting to the needs of your electronic device to be recharged, and delivering on demand from 5V to 19V and 10 to 100Wh!

USB-C PD is capable of charging your devices much faster than devices with conventional USB.

With superior and controlled charging speed, you can charge 50% of all your iPhone 12, iPhoneX, iPhone Pro, iPhone 8 and 8 batteries in 30 minutes, iPad Pro.

Whether it’s a small smartphone or a laptop, the charger
USB-C PD detects the type of connected device to provide the device with the right amount of power so that it can be recharged as quickly as possible. This means a quick recharge without damage to internal circuits or energy overload

USB C Power Delivery is the technology behind Android smartphones
USB-C PD and behind the Quick Charge feature for iPhone.

This technology now equips all smartphones and tablets Apple, Samsung (S10 and later) LG, Google and others…

WHICH CHARGER SHOULD I USE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FAST CHARGE?

You need to use a charger that can provide enough power (in watts) to your iPhone/iPad.

Thus, the BATTERY PT111 – USB Type C PD will adapt to the recharge and optimal power of your device equipped USB-C PD. This makes it easy to charge an iPad or MacBook.

To take advantage of the fast charging of all your devices with the USB Type C PD port, use a USB C cable with 3 USBC, Lightin, Micro USB quality and adaptable on all types of smartphones /tablets

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