|Make||Model||Battery capacity (mAh)||Talk time||Stand by||Power||Full Charges|
|Nokia||N95||950||6hr 30 mins||220||High||3.58|
|Nokia||6300||860||3hr 30 mins||348||Mid||3.95|
|Samsung||E900||800||3hrs 30 mins||220||Mid||4.25|
|Samsung||D900||800||3hrs 40 mins||300||Mid||4.25|
Customers report they can recharge their mobile phones around eight times from a fully charged MDC - this is because their devices are normally not completely flat when their battery gauges indicate empty/very low. Please be aware that the above talk times are the potential maximum number of charges possible from the MDC and that this is dependent on your device usage, battery life and capacity. Don't forget, you can recharge your MDC wherever you find a USB port. The Proporta adaptors below will turn a car power supply or a normal 110-240v AC power supply (anywhere in the world) into a USB port for you.
Battery capacity is similar for these popular handsets and ranges from 563-1100mAh. It doesn’t matter so much as to whether it’s a high or low end device as there is not a direct correlation between the battery capacity and the device's features/capabilities. Higher end devices are usually more efficient with power management so do not require larger batteries.
If you cannot get your charger to work – some simple questions can usually sort the problem out.
Don’t forget that it will charge anything that requires 5V – which means virtually everything handheld that isn’t a laptop
Are the devices on or off when you attempt to charge?
When a device is off it requires a very strong current to revive the power – it is better to keep the device turned on while charging with the Mobile Device Charger
How much charge have they got (if any) at the point of charging?
If the battery is completely empty, again, it needs a very strong current to begin charging. For some power hungry devices only the specific cable from the manufacturer with have enough strength to do this. Try not to let your device run out of battery completely before you charge – just in case.
- Are you using a standard or retractable cable?
Have you pressed the button ;-)
The charger will not begin to charge your device until you have pressed the button and it glows green The green light will go out and the current will turn off on its own when the device battery is full.