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The silverback-gorilla acts as a portable UPS (uninterruptable power supply), meaning you can leave it on your desk and the next time there’s a power cut, your silverback will be on hand to help. powertraveller’s silverback-gorilla has all the features of the original powergorilla charger for laptops, however the unique feature of the silverback is that it has a 240 volt AC output socket, allowing you to connect any electronic device directly into the worldwide AC mains socket.
The silverback will give you up to 14 hours of power, depending on your laptop’s specification. If the silverback is connected to the mains power supply whilst it is also charging your laptop and there is a power cut, silverback features an audible alarm which will sound to indicate the power into the unit has been cut. This alarm can be turned off via the mute button on the front of the unit and the silverback will continue to charge your device without interruption.
silverback will charge devices up to 24volts similar to the powergorilla from the DC output socket – so from your laptop, right the way down to your mobile phone or iPod! Just select which voltage you require; 5v, 8.4v, 9.5v, 12v 16v, 19v or 24v and the LCD screen will indicate which setting has been chosen. Then simply hook up your gadget and away you go! You can even daisy-chain, so whilst the silverback is charging your laptop, you can charge the silverback from the mains power supply. Or you can charge your laptop and your mobile phone simultaneously!
Multi-voltage, one-touch button technology means the silverback is easy to use and its sleek, aluminium casing with shock resistant rubber protection strips makes it totally robust.
silverback also has many safety features including output auto-lock, voltage limitation protection, short circuit protection, over charging protection and over heat protection.
1 x silverback-gorilla
AC 80~240V, 50~60Hz
USB (5V) 600mA, 8.4V, 9.5V, 12V, 16V, 19V, 24V, AC 110V 50~60Hz