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August 03, 2022
We have all heard stories about the famous smartphone that was top of the line and had a huge battery, but the smartphones started “exploding” due to that very same battery malfunctioning. That’s not an isolated incident, throughout the electronics revolution, larger batteries have shown signs of being volatile and dangerous.
How have portable power station companies perfected the science? Not only are these huge batteries not prone to exploding anymore, but they also last longer, and are lighter to carry. One of the safest portable electric generators on the market is GoWatts 700. This 700-Watt portable power supply is the smallest and lightest in this power category. It is not as well known for the safe charging mechanisms that have been installed in this rechargeable power supply. This article will cover 3 safe charging protocols that ensure the GoWatts 700 gives you a reliable charging experience while traveling or in an emergency.
Overcharging is a common issue, especially with batteries that take a long time to charge. Often people leave their emergency power stations to charge overnight. In this case, it is highly possible that batteries keep taking in the current and heat up, making it very dangerous to repeatedly overcharge batteries. GoWatts 700 tackles this issue by adding an overcharging protector, which is a charge control switch. When the power station is fully charged it reaches a specific voltage, At this voltage, the portable electric generator triggers a switch that stops the electricity flowing to the battery. In this way, your GoWatts 700 is not overcharged or overheated due to charging.
Portable camping charger stations are made to power multiple devices at once. This can cause a large amount of current to flow and damage electronics because of overloading. This problem is commonly referred to as “short-circuiting”.
GoWatts 700 is engineered with customer satisfaction in mind, therefore it has an overload breaker switch. The portable ac power supply switches off current flow if it exceeds the safe limits. On top of that, there are physical switches that users can turn on or off as per their need on the GoWatts 700 camping charger station. Users can plug in the maximum number of devices without fear of damaging them or the GoWatts 700 itself.
To convert DC current to AC current, portable electric generators use inverters and can produce two kinds of current: pure sine-wave or modified sine wave. The Modified sine-wave current is choppy, produces a low hum, and can wear down sensitive electronics. For long-term usage, and for medical equipment such as CPAPs, a modified sine-wave current is not compatible and deteriorates the performance of other devices.
GoWatts 700 provides a pure sine-wave current which is closest to the actual AC current. There are 2 outright advantages that you get with this feature of the portable power station. Firstly, there is no risk of deteriorating the performance of the connected device, as the flow of current is smooth. Secondly, nearly all electronics that are supported under the 700 W power rating run smoothly when powered by the GoWatts 700. It also makes the power station much quieter.
The GoWatts 700 is made with a lot of attention to detail. It is designed in a manner that ensures customer satisfaction and complete safety of the user as well as their devices. Due to its monitored power provision technology and many safety checks, the GoWatts 700’s battery also lasts for 1000+ charge cycles, beating the competition by over 300 cycles. Bottom line, if you’re looking for a safe and reliable portable charging experience, choose GoWatts 700!