Tiitan intelligent charger

TIITAN Intelligent Charger and Power Bank Full Review

Tiitan is an emerging company in today’s technological field. This company is trying to make a revolutionary change by combining different technologies in a single space and making it a multi-functional device. In this process, they have come up with a device named as Tiitan Intelligent Charger. This device is itself a package of different devices making it possible for switching over for simplicity. This device is compatible with any other type of device. The specifications for this look quite promising along with the appearance.

TIITAN Intelligent Charger with Portable Power Bank Full Review:

Tiitan intelligent charger

Design

Tiitan Intelligent Charger has a fine finished body with a sturdy design. The circuitry and power bank is perfectly enclosed in a strong fiber body along with a smooth finish across the curves. It has with 3 USB ports out of which 2 are normal USB ports and the third one is a c-type port. It has an additional digital display which indicates the battery percentage of the power bank inside it. There is an LED in it that goes blinking red and green. The red one shows that wireless charging is on and the green indicates the standby mode.

This charger can be used globally since it has Indian, American as well as European jacks. Which gives the output voltage of 90-240 v. It has a smart feature that protects the phone from over-discharging and charging and gives an additional feature of automatic protection from high temperatures. The recovery protection feature associated with the switch given on the charger allows battery power to be restored. It also has the smart feature of automatic protection against short circuit and overload of current by breaking the internal circuit. The product has a weight of about 250 grams which is a bit heavy. It is also provided with a feature of wireless charging with an output power of 5W.

Performance

Tiitan Intelligent Charger comes with a 6700 mAh and 10000 mAh power battery to support as a backup power bank.  This charger is powered by a Lithium Polymer battery which requires around about 4 hrs of charging time. The input power of this charger is 5V/2.4A. USB 1 and USB 2 has an output of  5V/2.4A while the c-type port has an input of 5V/3A and output is 5V/2.4A. The smart integrated chip inside the circuitry provides the additional feature of short circuit prevention, better temperature control, overheating, overloading prevention, surge protection and safer Qi wireless charging than other wireless chargers.

The friendly operable case for wireless charging can identify the phone sensitively and support phone charging case within 5mm  while 4mm is the best operable distance for wireless charging. The Qi wireless charger supports most of the phones supporting Qi wireless charging iPhone X 10 8 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 S6 S6 Edge S6 Edge+ S7 S7 Edge S8 S8 Plus S9 Note 8 and other Qi-enabled devices.

Battery

The battery is again a good point in this travel charger. Also, Tiitan intelligent charger consists of direct charging as well as battery for power bank. The battery has a capacity of 6700 mAh which is less than normal then to it is good for a multi-purpose charger with a power bank. Multiple devices can be charged. For eg:- two 4000mah mobile phones van be easily be charged with the help of this power bank. Also, It has a lithium polymer battery which is used in most of the batteries nowadays. As it has a LiPo it is very lightweight and weighs up to just 250gms. The wireless charging power of this power bank is 5W which is the optimum output of any device which is used to charge a phone.

 

Tiitan intelligent charger

Price

Tiitan intelligent charge is available on Amazon for INR 2499(6700 mAh) and INR 2999(10000 mAh). It is available in black and white color. The charger with 6700 mAh power is SC-01 and the one with 10000 mAh is SC-02. It comes with a manufacturer’s warranty of 12 months.

Verdict

One can definitely go for this device, as of now this is one of the best devices under 3000 INR that you can consider buying. This will be the best travel charger of all as it is the combination of a portable charger and power bank.

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Wireless charging featured

How to do wireless charging on any smartphone

Today’s smartphones with big screens and high performing hardware consume a lot of juice from the battery. Despite the big battery pack, most of the smartphones out there won’t even last for a day with moderate usage. Though some of them come with fast charging which is a relief but making time for charging is difficult as we cannot leave our phones even for a single minute. Here is the place where the concept of wireless charging comes to rescue. You just have to place it on the charging pad without connecting it with any sort of cable and your smartphone starts charging. There are few brands like Samsung, Apple, LG and others offering wireless charging in few of its smartphones. But what about the other smartphones that don’t have the required hardware? Don’t worry, today I will share how to do wireless charging on any smartphone. Please read the whole article before proceeding with the process.

How does wireless charging work?

Before we actually go ahead with wireless charging let us clear a few concepts. So wireless charging basically works using two coils which transfer current using a magnetic field. Wireless charger involves a base which has the first coil which is connected to our charger. This coil creates the magnetic field which is intercepted the phones coil that is the second one. Current is induced in the second coil using the magnetic field produced by the first coil. This whole concept is called magnetic induction. But as the range of the magnetic field produced is very less, you have to nearly touch the phone and the base station for the charging to begin.

I hope you got the concept cleared now. Next thing you need to know that smartphones that come with wireless charging already has the second coil inside them. So you just need a wireless charging station to put your phone and boom your charging will initiate. But for the phones without wireless charging feature, you need to attach the second coil to the smartphone externally. So that is called the wireless charging receiver. The standard which is followed by all the wireless chargers and smartphone manufacturers is the famous Qi standard.

How to do wireless charging on any smartphone?

  1. Check if your phone supports wireless charging. If not then first purchase suitable Qi wireless charging receiver adapter. Here is what it looks like. Please make sure that you verify the type of pin before actually making the purchase. For iPhone users, you have a different adapter than Android as the pins are different.
  2. Note that for android micro-USB port there are two types available in the market – Type A and Type B. It all depends on the orientation of the micro-USB pin on the smartphone. The Below mentioned diagram shows the orientation of Type A and the other inverted will be type B.

    Wireless charging receiver type for Android

  3. Next, you need to purchase a wireless charger that is the base station which will be connected to your charger and will be charging the smartphone. Remember to check the current rating of both the charger and receiver which will decide the speed with which your smartphone will charge. I bought the PTron Wireless charger which is available for Rs. 499.
  4. Additionally, you can also purchase the phone case so that the Qi wireless charging receiver adapter is properly attached with your smartphone.
  5. Now just go ahead and connect the wireless charger to your mobile charger.
  6. Try placing the device on the wireless charger and you will see that it is charging.

Note: The phone or the wireless receiver adapter may get heated up during wireless charging which is totally normal. If the temperature goes beyond a certain limit then please contact the manufacturer to get it fixed.

One major disadvantage of wireless charging that still exists is the time it takes to charge your device. The charger and receiver that I purchased were rated at 5V 1A which is almost half the power rating as my regular charger. It is way lesser than the fast chargers out there in the market. But the advantage comes with convenience so that you don’t have to connect it to the charger with a wire. Just place the wireless charger on your work desk and let it charge when it is resting on the wireless charger.

I feel that wireless charging is surely the future and with this method, you can charge any smartphone wirelessly. Additionally, it looks so cool to charge your device wirelessly. So now you know how to do wireless charging on any smartphone. I hope you liked the tutorial, if you have any doubts please post them in the comment section below.