Charging current is 500mA when connected to a computer USB port.
The charging current is 1000mA when it's connected through an adapter to the mains socket.
This device is portable and can be carried with ease. Provided that the charger has a 18650 or 26650 battery in the cradle, it can charge devices that can be charged by an USB connection, like cellphones, MP3 players, GPS devices and so on.
Double TP4057 IC for battery charging
Single PT1301 IC for charging devices
Charging termination 4.2V, no trickle charge.
PC-ABS flame retardant material
The output to other devices will cut-off at around 2.9-3V
Output current to other devices : from 500mA to 700mA, generally 600mA
Low voltage and over-discharge protection.
Reverse polarity protection.
LED light description:
Red light: Charging
Green light: Charging done
Low Blue light: Ready to output to other devices. No Blue light means low voltage and it will not output to other devices.
Intense Blue light: Charging other devices (For some Nokia cellphones the Blue LED will actually flash, it is normal)
Green & Red light flashing: Charger inputting current but battery not making contact or battery not detected
Additional aluminum spacers can be used to charge 14500, 18500, 17335 and 16340 cells.