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How do I charge a device using my powerstation AV battery?

IMPORTANT: Before using your powerstation AC battery for the first time, fully charge it (so that pressing the charge status button lights all 4 status LEDs).

Charging from the AC output

IMPORTANT: The battery’s AC port is rated at 110V AC, up to 100W max. Do not connect devices rated at more than 100W.

1. Open the battery’s AC port cover.

2. Press the AC charging button for 3 seconds. Thebutton’s LED will light up.

3. Connect the laptop’s charger or other device to the battery’s AC port within 30 seconds to begin charging.

  • If the charging button LED goes off before you connect the device, press the button again and connect the device to the AC port within 30 seconds.
  • The charging button LED will remain on while the AC device is being charged via the battery's AC port.

NOTE: The AC output port is GFCI protected. If the powerstation AC battery detects a fault the AC output port will immediately shut off and the AC charging button LED will turn off.

Charging a USB-C equipped laptop

Use a USB-C to USB-C cable (not supplied) to connect the laptop to the powerstation AC battery’s USB-C output port. Charging begins automatically.

  • The powerstation AC battery can deliver up to 30W (9V/3A, 5V/3A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A) via its USB-C port.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT connect a USB-C equipped laptop to the powerstation AC battery’s USB-A port.

Charging other devices

Connect the supplied cable or the cable that came with your device to the powerstation AC battery’s USB-C port or USB-A port and to your device. Charging begins automatically.

  • The powerstation AC battery can deliver up to 30W (9V/3A, 5V/3A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A) via its USB-C port.
  • The powerstation AC battery can deliver up to 12W (5V/2.4A) via its USB-A port.
  • The powerstation AC battery’s AC, USB-C and USB-A output ports are all available to charge at the same time (up to 100W total, max).

 

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