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Renogy 72000mAh 266Wh 12v Power Bank with 60W PD, CPAP Battery for Camping, High Capacity Large Camping Power Bank with USB-C DC Wireless Charging & Flashlight, CPAP Battery Backup Power Supply

Price:PKR. 94,047.00 /

Asin: B0791WDZTW
Product weight: 2.79 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 8.98 x 4.92 x 1.73 inches
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Color: 72000mAh/266Wh Power Beyond Imagination The new Renogy 72000mAh/266Wh Power Bank in 2021 brings in more cutting-edge charging technologies to deliver both performance and convenience. Born for Speed Equipped with power delivery, the two USB-C ports are built to ensure fast and optimal charging experience so you can have more time for entertainment. Note: the USB-C (1) port does not support gaming laptops. Ready for CPAP Want to have a sound sleep at campsites where there is no access to wall outlets? Bring this little beast with you and it can pump efficient power from the 12V/ 15A cigarette lighter port for most CPAP machines. Note 1: we kindly advise you to turn OFF the humidifier and the heater on your CPAP for extented run time. Note 2: a DC to car port adapter is required to connect the CPAP machine with this power bank. Please purchase it separately. Charging for Everyone Built in with two USB-C ports, a USB-A port, a car socket, a two-way DC port, this portable charger offers various charging solutions for your devices at the same time. Free from Cables Welcome to the new era of wireless charging. Lay your phone on the charging pad for an easy and fast 10W Max. power boost anytime, anywhere. Note: Does NOT support wireless earbuds, smart watches, and other low-power devices. Specifications: Capacity: 266Wh/72000mAh@3.7V Input: · DC: 18-24V/4A (84W Max.) · USB-C (1): DC5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A (60W Max.) Output: · DC: 12V/5A, 16.5V/4A, 20V/3.5A, 24V/2A (72W Max.) · Cigarette lighter: 12V/15A Max · USB-A: 5V/4.5A, 4.5V/5A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A · USB-C (1): DC5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A , 60W Max per port · USB-C (2): DC5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/2.25A (PPS: 3.3-11V/3A), 27W Max per port · Wireless charging: 10W Size: 9.0 x 4.9 x 1.7 inch N.W: 3.3 lb Package includes: 1 x 72000mAh Power bank 1 x 40W AC adaptor 1 x User manual 1 x Laptop power cable (DC to DC) 1 x Laptop power adaptors (8 pieces)
Product Dimensions
8.98 x 4.92 x 1.73 inches
Item Weight
2.79 pounds
ASIN
B0791WDZTW
Item model number
GP10
Batteries
12 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Other display features
Wireless
Colour
72000mAh/266Wh
Included Components
1 x 72000mAh Power bank, 1 x 40W AC adaptor, 1 x User manual, 1 x Laptop power cable (DC to DC), 1 x Laptop power adaptors (8 pieces)
Department
Portable Power Banks
Manufacturer
Renogy
Date First Available
March 5, 2018
Timothy Ruetten
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2019

Review:Purchased this to use with Airsense 10 CPAP machine while on wilderness kayak trips. I do at least one trip per Summer for 3-4 nights. Sometimes more than one trip. These trips are to a remote Wilderness area with no services. To use this with my machine I had to also purchase an adapter which runs around $90. Just returned from a 3 night trip. I used the cpap each night for approximately 8 hours. I also recharged my IPhone XR 2 times on the trip. My Airsense 10 is set at 5 lbs of pressure and I do not use the humidity feature or heated hose on these trips. At the end of the trip the Renology battery still showed 2 bars of charge. I honestly cannot find one thing to criticize with this item. It is extremely compact for the amount of power it provides. It is simple to use, comes with a multitude of adapters for various electronics, has a built in light and a neoprene case to protect it. It’s fantastic and has transformed these trips for me. Sleep is good. Read more

Kindle Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2018

Review:I bought this to use with my CPAP for emergency backup, and for when I go camping. It weighs in at 3.2 pounds which is heavier than the advertised weight. This battery is a true powerhouse. I tested it for multiple days, and was able to get 35 hours of use on a single charge with a CPAP pressure of 14. The LED light is a nice addition that works really well. It's a great device I just wish it was lighter. Read more

Mark W.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2018

Review:I’m pretty sure that the engineers never envisioned the power bank to be used for this purpose. I wanted something lighter and smaller than the 12V 12Ah lead acid battery that I had been using to power the sonar unit on my kayak. The Renogy 38000mAh Portable Charger Power Bank weighs less than half of the lead acid battery. It is super small, and has a very solid construction. The port covers are very substantial, and I’m confident that when closed the power bank would in fact be splash proof as advertised. It also comes with a neoprene pouch to protect the unit. The ports are way more convenient than a standard two-post battery, and allow for a much quicker and cleaner instillation. I’ve only used it a few times, but I’m getting the same runtime (at least) as with the lead acid battery. I ran the sonar for over 8hrs (listed at 1.185 amps), and the power bank was displaying 50-75% left when I went to recharge after getting off the water. I contacted Renogy with a couple of obscure questions, and they responded promptly and thoroughly. So, I’m very impressed with both the product and their customer service. I’m now considering the 72000mAh power bank for a similar application for ice fishing. Read more

Marc T.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018

Review:Works great, but two things to consider. First off, I bought this mainly to charge my Mavic Pro Lipo batteries at a flight site if needed. I found out the Lipo charger required at least 13 volts, so it wouldn't work for that. It worked fine on small stuff like my GPS however. Then I bought a 12 volt DC to AC inverter and in my rush, I plugged in our coffee maker that ended up being like, 1400 watts or something, at any rate, after that, the inverter combined with the Renovo would only charge smaller things, but not the Lipo battery charger.soooooooooo..,,,,,I went and re-read the instructions for the Renovo, and sure enough I could reset it by plugging in the Charger for the Renovo. That did the trick and now my Lipo charger works fine combined with the inverter. I also noted that the protector on the inside of Renovo will shut it off at anything over 150 watts. Now I just keep everything I'm charging under 150 watts and if I blow it, I can reset it by plugging in the Renovo charger. Thanks. Marc Read more

Justin
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018

Review:I would expect nothing less from renogy. I have a couple of their solar panels for some solar generators I own and they are amazing so when I heard they had a power bank I knew I had to buy one. Im not sure if it was my smart plug malfunctioning or what but it says it used over 300wh and discharge capacity was a little over 45k mAh. Out of curiosity I plugged it into my solar panel and it worked great. Also, I was able to run my USB fan on high for over 65 hours straight. Read more

Serena Hyde
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2020

Review:I topped it off when I received it on a Saturday. The next night I began using it for my Dream Station CPAP. I average 5 hours a night per the CPAP record. Today is the SECOND Wednesday and it is down to 1 bar of four on the charge indicator. Most likely I can get another 2 nights but I am not going to risk CPAP shut down on a work night. I don't use heat or humidity features. I am lucky. I don't even need to put water in it. A week and a half is frickin impressive. This kicks the poo out of the 75 lb /$300+deep cycle battery set up I was considering. Plus, it is solar rechargeable. Yeah, tent camping CPAPpers, buy it. Read more

Daniel
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2019

Review:Bought this so we could go camping with my CPAP machine. Went to Yellowstone and it powered the Resmed Airsense 10 for three nights. I did turn off the cellular, humidifier, ramp, and tube temp and it worked perfectly. Also tested with tube temp, humidifier, cellular, and ramp all on and it powered the Resmed for 8 hours. Powers my HP laptop with the adapter just perfectly. Read more