Portable power stations are amazing devices that can charge all of your devices at once. They're also easy to use! Here are some tips on how you can get the most out of your portable battery pack.
Setting up a portable power station
Connect the charger cable from your portable power station to the battery pack of your laptop. If you have an external hard drive connected, connect that as well using another USB port on the back of your computer. This will help ensure both devices are fully charged when plugged in and ready for use later on in their respective operating systems or programs such as iTunes/iPhoto/Apple Music (the list goes on).
It's simple to read the power scale on your battery. You'll notice a list of numbers that represent the remaining capacity of your battery pack. The remaining charge in your Powerful Portable Power Station is indicated by the first number, and the proportion of power utilized after that is indicated by the final number.
Charging your phones and tablets
In order to charge your phone and tablet, you need to start with a charged power station. If you are at home and have access to an outlet, plug the power station into the wall using the provided AC adapter. The LED display will indicate when it is fully charged—just make sure that you keep an eye on it so that it doesn't overcharge!
If you're away from home or don't have access to an outlet but do have a laptop computer with USB ports, connect your portable power station to one of those instead. You can then use its USB port as if it were your regular laptop charger by connecting any USB cable (like those used for smartphones) directly into the battery pack itself.
These are some ways to use a portable power station
Read the battery power scale. You'll usually see two numbers on a battery's label, one for starting up and one for charging. If you want to make sure your device is fully charged, look at the second number (the charging scale) and make sure it's higher than the first number (the starting scale).
Start-up and charge devices through portable power. This is probably the most straightforward thing you could do with this kind of device—just plug in whatever device needs powering up! Be aware that many computers might take longer than usual when plugged into an external source like this because they have built-in chargers specifically designed for their own batteries; if possible, try using an external charger instead when switching between different devices so as not to risk damaging any equipment attached during use.
Now that you know how to use a portable power station, you can spend more time enjoying the outdoors and less time worrying about your devices. Whether it is camping or backpacking, there are many ways in which this device will help keep you connected to the world even when there’s no outlet around!