PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0
The Compact High-Capacity Portable Charger
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
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Unbeatable Charging Speed
Amongst the first portable chargers ever to utilize Quick Charge 3.0 output, it charges compatible devices up to 80% in just half an hour.
PowerCore 10000 packs three phone charges or a single tablet charge into the palm of your hand. Possibly the most power ever packed into such a small space.
Incredibly small and light for its large capacity. PowerCore 10000 is smaller than a deck of cards and as light as a baseball—it's ideal for any pocket or bag.
MultiProtect Safety System
Surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
- 1. Can I use a USB cable other than the one that came with PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0?
- Yes, other cables can be used to charge your devices with the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0. However, to ensure compatibility and the best possible performance, we strongly recommend using your device’s original (OEM) cable, a third-party certified (MFI) cable, or the included cable.
- 2. What kind of wall charger should I use to charge PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0?
- You can safely recharge your PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 in 6-7 hours using a charger with an output of 2 Amps (2A) or higher. Chargers with an output lower than 2A (such as phone chargers) will not charge as quickly or safely.
- 3. How long will it take to fully recharge PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0?
- It will take 6-7 hours to fully charge the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 with a 5V/2A wall charger (not included).
- 3. What devices are compatible with PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0?
- The PowerCore 10000 is compatible with Android, Apple and almost all other devices charged via USB except for iPod nano, iPod Classic, HP TouchPad, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices. Besides, it can not charge all the devices at full speed, such as some pads (somg ipads, sumsung pads and so on.) By the way, the portable charger has the Quick Charge 3.0 technology and the total output can reach up to 18w. (Please note: if the device's input current requirement is above 2.4A, it may charge slowly or not at all.)
- 4. Does PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 work with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus?
- Yes, the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 can charge all iPhones, but the Apple charging cable is not included. Please use your device's original (OEM) cable or purchase a third-party certified (MFI) cable separately.
- 5. Is the supplied Micro USB V2.0 cable compatible with Micro USB V3.0 devices, such as Samsung Galaxy S5/Note2/Note3?
- Yes, the Micro USB 2.0 cable is compatible with Micro USB 3.0 ports.
- 6. What's the output efficiency of PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0?
- Approximately 30-40% of the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0's capacity is unable to be used because of efficiency problems that affect all electronics devices. These include power lost from circuit heat and voltage conversions from the battery, the charging cable and your device. Your battery is able to supply 60%-70% power to other devices.
- 7. Can PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 charge other devices while it is being charged?
- No, we have disabled this feature due to the detrimental effects it has on the lifespan of external batteries.
- 9. My device charges at 1 Amp, will PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0's higher output harm it?
- No, the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 will only supply the maximum current that your device requires.
- 10. Can PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 charge two devices simultaneously?
- No, it has only one output port.
- 11. What do the LEDs indicate when PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 is charging itself or other devices?
- When the PowerCore is charging your devices, the LED indicator will remain on, displaying the PowerCore's remaining power. The indicator will turn off or light steadily depending on your device's model. This is because when such devices are fully charged, their output current is higher than the minimum current (30-70mA) that can be detected by Anker batteries. Please rest assured there will be no harm done to your device and that it is not drawing a current.
- 12. How long will the charge in PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 last without being used?
- Generally, our external batteries' static power consumption is so low it would take between 20 and 36 months to drain completely. However, It is also worth noting that the PowerCore's internal components will become less active if left unused for extended periods of time. To extend your PowerCore's life, please fully discharge and recharge it at least once every 4 months.
- 13. Can PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 be used for international travel?
- Yes, the PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 can be used internationally. Just be sure that the USB-to-AC adapter is compatible with the voltage of the country you're travelling to. The input voltage of an adapter is usually labeled on the adapter itself.
- 14. Can PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 be taken on board airplanes?
Yes, all external batteries with a capacity lower than 27027mAh (100 Watt Hours) can legally and safely be taken on board airplanes according to Federal transportation security rules:
In March 2017, the governments of the United States and the United Kindom issued orders restricting a variety of different electronics from carry-on baggage when traveling to the USA and UK. The ban is likely to result in difficulties carrying portable chargers from major airports in Africa and the Middle East (with more airports expecting restrictions soon). Therefore, we strongly recommend that you confirm with your airline or airport before traveling with portable chargers to ensure problem-free flying.
Please click here to learn more details about the ban.
- 15. What should I do if PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 doesn't recharge?
- The charging micro-USB, adapter, or outlet cable may be faulty. Please try a different micro-USB cable, adapter, and outlet to see if it solves the problem. If these steps don't help, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 16. What should I do if PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0 doesn't charge other devices?
- Your device's charging cable may be faulty. Please try a different charging cable between the PowerCore 10000 and your device. If this does not help, email us at email@example.com.
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