High-Capacity External Battery Pack for Apple MacBook MacBook Air MacBook Pro -iMAC100

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Discount Price: $199.95
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This Universal External Lithium Rechargeable Battery Pack can add extra 15 to 30 hours running time for Apple Macbook, Macbook Pro, 40 hours running time for iPad, 90 hours talk time for iPhone and etc.
Part Number: Bat-iP100-MAC
Availability: In Stock
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2 - 9 $194.95
10+ $189.95
High Capacity Universal External Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery Pack for Apple Macbook Computers.

This battery works for Apple Macbook /Macbook Air/Macbook Pro computers that originally come with 40W ~ 65W power adapters with 14.5V ~ 16.5V output voltages. This battery will not work for Macbook computers that require 85W 18.5V ~ 20.5V power. You may need our MAC170 or MAC220 battery if your Macbook computers original power adapter is a 85W power adapter with 18V ~ 20.5V output voltage.

This battery also has a 5V USB port that can be used to power or charge cell phones, iPhone, iPad, MP3/MP4 players, PDAs and any device that can be charged from a USB port (USB power cable not included).

High capacity: This battery capacity is 99.9 Watt-hour ( or 27000 mAh if we rate this battery capacity like some other brand external batteries on market). We suggest using "Watt-hour" instead of "Amp-hour" to compare capacities of different batteries. Watt-hour or Wh, is a more accurate unit to show the power capacity than Amp-. Hour (Ah) that was used before. The Watt-Hour unit means the wattage that the battery can provide within one hour.

It can add 30 ~ 40 hours extra running time for iPad and also can be used to charge iPad internal battery. (iPad USB power cable not included)

Typical run time for iPhone:
Talk Time: Up to 80 hours
Internet Use: Up to 80 hours
Audio Playback: Up to 400 hours
Video Playback: Up to 100 hours

  • 99.9 Watt-Hour capacity.
  • Multi output voltages controlled by output cables.
  • Built-in USB Power Port for Charging or Powering iPad, iPhone, PDA's, Cell Phones, Media Players, or Anything that can be Charged from it's USB Cable
  • Its compact size can easily fit into a laptop/notebook carry bag.
  • Will provide up to 4 ~ 6 Hours of Power depending on Laptop and Usage.
  • Maximum Output: 60~ 65W. (USB Port Maximum 2.1A)
  • Capacity: 98 Wh
  • Weighs only 1.8 Lbs.( or 0.8 kg) Compact size 7.5" x 3" x 1.8" inches ( or 185 x 75 x 45mm)
  • Excellent safety and reliability
  • High efficiency power conversion
  • No Memory effect

  • Standard package:

    The battery pack comes with one iP100 battery + 2 Output cables ( 15V, 16V) + 1 AC charger + 1 MagSafe compatible connector C28 + 1 MagSafe2 compatible tip.

    How to use the battery:

  • <1>Charge the battery: This battery can be charged from 100V ~ 240V 50Hz/60Hz AC power source with the included battery AC charger:

    Note: Please use the enclosed AC charger to charge the battery only.

  • <2> Decide Battery Output Voltage and Select Output Cable:

    An external battery works differently from the internal battery in a device. The external battery output voltage should be close to the device power adapter output voltage or device input voltage.

    Step 2a:
    Refer to the label on AC adapter for your notebook - to check the "Output" power.

    Step 2b:
    Refer to the label stuck on the bottom of your Macbook - to check the Rated power voltage

    The battery package includes a few different output cables with built-in voltage control chip. After confirm the voltage your device needs, select the correct output voltage cable.

    For Macbook with 45W power adapter rated at 14.5V, please select 15V output cable
    For Macbook with 60W power adapter rated at 16.5V, please select 16V output cable

    <3> Plug Connector tip:

    Included with your adapter is a MagSafe Compatible C28 connector tip for Macbook computers made before mid of 2012 and a MagSafe2 compatible connector tip for Macbook computers made after mid of 2012

    The external battery output voltage should be same or close to the power adapter output voltage, or the device power jack input voltage, which may be different from the internal battery voltage. It should connect to the computer power input jack where power adapter usually plugs in.

    If your Macbook computer original power adapter is a 18.5V 85W power adapter, this battery may not be able to charge internal battery and power computer at same time. You may need to remove the internal battery or use the original power adapter to fully charge the internal battery first when use the external battery.

    <4> Turn on the battery:

    There is a on/off switch on the battery. After turn the battery, a Red LED light will be on.

    Always turn off the battery when you don’t use the battery. Leave the battery on may build up static inside the battery cells and damage the battery. When the battery is on, the first Red LED will be on.
    After select right tip and decide the polarity, you can just plug the tip into the adapter cord.

    Note: If your notebook internal battery is a working battery and has been fully charged, you can leave it in your notebook. Otherwise, we recommend you removing the internal battery from your notebook to maximize the external battery running time. The external battery will still work fine if you leave non-charged internal battery in the notebook, but it may not reach the maximum running time since it needs to charge the internal battery at same time when it is powering the computer.

    How long can this external battery run ?
    This battery's capacity is around 100Wh(Watt-hour):
    you can compare this battery's capacity with your internal battery capacity to figure out how long this battery can run your notebook. For example, if your notebook internal battery output is: 10.8V & 4000 mAh, then, your notebook internal battery capacity is:

    10.8V x 4000 mAh = 43200 mVAh= 43.2 Wh (Watt-hour).

    This external battery capacity is about 100/43.2=2 times of your internal battery capacity.

    If your internal notebook battery can run 5 hours, then the external battery pack can theoretically run about : 5 hours x 2 = 10 hours.

    This is a rough estimate. Actual running time varies, depending on notebook computer's configurations and what kind of applications running . For example, screen brightness, the use of the CPU, the hard drive, the CD drive, and other peripherals results in an additional drain upon the battery, effectively reducing the battery's run-time. The total run-time of the battery is also heavily dependent upon the design of the notebook. To ensure maximum performance of the battery, optimize the computer's power management features. Refer to the computer manual for further instructions.

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