eHarvestSensors Releases Innovative Portable USB Solar Battery Chargers

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Consumers want it all, want it fast and want it good so eHarvestSensors took an innovative design approach to develop the eQUICK Phone and eQUICK Tablet Portable USB Solar Chargers to give consumers what they want.

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eHarvestSensors Inc, a start-up company in Las Vegas, NV that leverages energy harvesting into their products has released two new innovative portable USB solar battery chargers, the eQUICK Phone and eQUICK Tablet for smartphones and tablets.

Innovation begins with a system design that charges quickly and does not waste energy during solar charging of the detachable lithium ion battery packs and does not waste energy during the charging of the smartphone, tablet or other USB powered device. A more efficient system design translates into a smaller, faster and lighter weight solar charger with more battery capacity. A typical smartphone battery capacity of 5W-hr can be solar charged in approximately 1 hour. A high current USB output allows a device to be charged in the same time as manufacturers specification and 2 devices can be charged at the same time when using the eQUICK Twin Power Splitter.

Innovation expands into the Click-N-Go detachable Lithium Ion battery pack, which has battery capacity options from 10W-hr to 40W-hr and has 2000 charging cycles so you never have to replace the battery pack. The 40W-hr battery can charge 8 smartphones or 1 tablet and 3 smartphones.

“Consumers want it all, want it fast and want it good so we matched their expectation with our innovative eQUICK Portable USB Solar Battery Chargers and accessories”, says Kevin Brehmer, eHarvestSensors CEO and Founder.

For additional information regarding eHarvestSesnors’ eQUICK Portable USB Solar Chargers and accessories please visit http://www.eHarvestSensors.com/Solar-Chargers.

About eHarvestSensors Inc.
Founded in March 2012, eHarvestSensors was founded by Kevin Brehmer whose vision is to provide products that can be powered from free energy sources by leveraging energy harvesting and energy scavenging technology.

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