FSP iON Power Bank Credit card Size USB Battery Charger, Ipod/ iPhone*/ PSP & More

FSP iON Power Bank Credit card Size USB Battery Charger, Ipod/ iPhone*/ PSP & More

Scan code: LN26626 Manufacturer code: iON Request call
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Product Overview This credit card-size ultra slim power bank (USB Type), 5V, 1500mAh, is designed to provide high-quality, Power-On-The-Go, backup power for your iPhones*, iPods, cell-phones & all devices with 5V or less. The iON features high-density li-ion rechargeable internal battery cell, built-in standard USB input for recharge, standard USB output (included), standard barrel connector (included), iPHONE/iPOD connector tip (included), soft carrying case (included) and power-level indicator.

It meets strict FCC and CE certifications, RoHS, Lead-free, and Green Product (G.P).

* Compatible with iPhone 2G only
Features • Charges iPhone*, iPods, cell-phones & All devices with 5v or less
• Built-in (folded) USB power input
• OCP: over current output protection
• SCP: short circuit output protection
• Credit card-size portability
• Standard USB output cable (included)
• Standard barrel connector (included)
• iPhone/ iPod connector tip (included)
• Soft carrying/travel case (included)
• Rubberized, tacky surface coated
• Fast charge with LED power-level indicator
• Rechargeable life: up to 500 times
• Capacity: 1500mAh
• Input voltage: 5V
• Input current: 0.5A
• Output voltage: 5V
• Output current: 1A (max.)
• Output power: 5W
Battery Type Li-ion
Capacity 1500 mAh
Supported Devices
  • iPhone (with 30-pin Connector)
  • iPod (with 30-pin Connector)
  • mp3 Players
  • Smartphones
Output Connectors 1 x USB
Self Charging Time  
Colour Black

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

24 months
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 472 4747
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