Important points to consider before buying Power Banks
Excellent Power Supply is the strength of any electronic device. Like without food and water, human beings can't live. Exactly like this, without good supply of power, electronic devices won't work. Regular fluctuations or internal part issues can lead to damage of the device and it can be sometimes risky. In last blog, you got to know about a mode of supply i,e. Switch Mode Power Supply and its types. Now, in this blog we will know and try to help you get the best Power Banks for your Smartphone.
Power Banks comprises of a special battery in a special case with a special circuit to control power flow. They allow you to store electrical energy (deposit it in the bank) and then later use it to charge up a mobile device (withdraw it from the bank). Power Banks have become increasingly popular as the battery life of our beloved phones, tablets and portable media players is outstripped by the amount of time we spend using them each day. You just have to remember to keep your Power Bank charged, too!
How to get best Power Banks for your Smartphone:
Company and quality: Brand and quality should be the priority for any electronic device. Firstly, try to buy the Power Bank of the company, of which your smartphone is. It will help the device from getting damaged. If you have smartphone of Samsung, don't purchase Power Bank of Mi or some local brand. Try to go for Samsung Power Bank. Another important attribute of a Power bank is build quality. Overall quality of the Power bank not only determines its performance, but also how fast and accurate the energy-transfer from it to the device being charged will be.
A low quality Power bank will not only charge your device improperly but could also damage it.
Flexibility: Multiple ports to charge and discharge, recent power banks are packed with tech to the brim , many feature at least 2 output ports supporting fast charge/quick charge and some even support multiple input ports to be able to charge the power bank faster. so keep this in mind when buying for your requirement
Conversion Rate:Technically, all power banks does not produce output as printed on the catalog. There is some loss in efficiency due to AC to DC conversion loss, Heat generation and power loss. So conversion rate is one of the factor which determines output of power banks. So if power bank has conversion rate of 80% then its output is 8000mAh if its rated output is 10000mAh.
LED Indicators: LED indicator lights in a Power bank can help in finding out many things, such as battery level and charging status. So whenever possible, you should purchase a Power bank with clear LED indicator lights.