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What type of powerbank will charge a DTR notebook?
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Default What type of powerbank will charge a DTR notebook? - 10-30-2016, 06:42 | posts: 3,824 | Location: SG

Read that DTR notebooks require wattage of over 100 some even reaching more than 200.

I searched around a bit and discovered at least for me that the max amperage of powerbanks are up till 4.5A and 20V with a max of 90 Watts. So far i have not found anything higher. Most medium sized laptops use around 60W with the 15-17 using 90W anyway

So anyone knows of a portable power source to charge a DTR lappie?
   
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The charging current depends on the battery capacity. For a high capacity battery; the charging current should be high.
DTR notebooks are HUlK compared with normal laptops.
Once we made a high current charging circuit using three power banks by connecting in a parallel connection.
   
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