Ian Sells has created a new type of solar charger in the form of the StrongVolt SmartCharger that he been designed to help keep your gadgets powered up whilst you are away from the grid, but is slightly different from the standard solar chargers currently available on the market.
The difference is that the StrongVolt SmartCharger is fitted with a patent-pending SunTrack Technology to help with the charging of your devices whether they are iOS or Android and has been designed to be a lightweight addition to your gadget bag. Watch the video after the jump to learn more.
Sells explains a little more about his solar panel creation and its patent-pending SunTrack Technology “Other solar chargers require you to manually unplug and re-plug your device after passing under shade – frustrating, inconvenient, and impractical. The StrongVolt SmartCharger with SunTrack Technology is smart enough to power off when you’re in the shade and automatically reconnect to your device once you’re back in the sun.
The StrongVolt SmartCharger will automatically output the right amount of power to your device. All you have to do is choose the type of device you want to charge using the integrated switch.
The StrongVolt SmartCharger provides instant visual feedback via two LED lights. Red means there’s not enough sun to efficiently charge your device; green means you’re good to go. No other charger on the market has a feature like this. ”
The StrongVolt SmartCharger is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production and is available from $60 upwards depending on your pledge.
So if you think StrongVolt SmartCharger is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help StrongVolt SmartCharger become a reality.
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