OTGP Mobile 18650 USB Phone Charger: Cables Added

Nintendo DS Lite USB Cable

In addition to the Apple 30-Pin and Samsung S20 Cable, the following cables have been added:

+ Nintendo 3DS/DSi/DSi XL/LL
+ Nintendo DS Lite

Proprietary cables are provided to our customers free of charge so one, some, or all can be added to an order with no additional fees. Due to limited availability, Nintendo USB cables are not yet available for the customizable version of this charger but will be supported in the future.

OTGP Mobile 18650 USB Charger: True Story, Last Page

I really hope customers buy the OTGP Mobile 18650 Charger before its successive system is released - I still can't say why. But it's time you knew the new name and what it can do.

You will find that the 18650 USB Charger and Morphevo are very similar; in fact, as of last week, they were going to feature the same 18650 Charger. That, is changing.

EPRC10-EC 12/24 Volt Solar Controller Manual: Added

This product is an upgrade from the previous model sold, supporting 24 Volt output. I don't know if I can seriously recommend it for 24 Volt output when thinking about the breadth of components that would push the controller's 10 Ampere maximum to its limits but it's an extremely solid 12 Volt one!

The product itself will be added in a few days after photos are taken. :)


OTGP Mobile 18650 USB Charger: True Story, Page 3

On November 9th, 2011, the Mobile 18650 Charger's Manual was updated to reflect its final changes before being renamed.

One of those changes is revealing the other battery it can charge: 17670.

Why wasn't this known before? Much like 18650 batteries, an even smaller number of people know of 17670; you can infer they are identical to 18650, albeit not as powerful (capacity-wise). 17670 batteries are typically used in flashlights and much like 18650 batteries, you won't find them in local shops anytime soon.

OTGP Mobile 18650 USB Charger: True Story, Page 2

Travel Adapter

Notice how almost any mobile device might say it can work Worldwide? Look at its power adapter; it likely has technical specifications proving the claim.

I'm sure you or someone you know has a mobile phone. But gee, can you really use it anywhere you want?

Why yes, yes you can.

When I set out to promote the 18650 charger to power the small electronics we use, I've always wanted it to do more. With the Mobile 18650's successive system, I believe it's time to take that idea and make it as far-reaching as possible.