Hello guys, I wonder if you can help me at all. I have received a battery charger pack (6000mAh) for mobile phones, tablets and cameras, here is a screenshot of it
It has several connectors and can charge differend brands like apple android etc. OK, so I have a OPO device with android (battery 3100mAh), and I'd like to use the battery pack to charge it but as you can see from the picture it has 2 outputs: 5V 1A and 5V 2.1A. Unfortunately electronics isn't my thing, so I had a look on google but frankly I got more confused than before, and read that i need to make sure I use the right voltage otherwise I screw the phone battery: so, my question is, which output should I use with my OPO phone, and, more generally, which output is used for which device? Is there a rule of thumb of some kind?
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They are both 5 volts. One will provide a higher current, hence shorter charge time, than the other. The only thing you need to verify is what the maximum charge rate (amperage) is that your device supports. The 1Amp rate should be safe for everything. The 2.1Amp rate may not …
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Well, yup @rubberman i scorrect over here both of then are 5v one will send the charge out faster means faster chanrging while with the other one it will take a little more time to ...
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