Frequently Asked Questions
Unfortunately no, LumoPack can be charged up at 140 Watts (max). At 140W, LumoPack can store 1800 mAh of battery in 6 minutes, most battery packs take a couple hours to do that.
LumoPack charges your phone or devices at its recommended speeds (up to 10w max).
Our Smart Ports communicate with your devices to optimize the fastest charge speeds without risk of damaging your battery cell.
If we charged it any faster, there would be potential risks and damages involving your battery:
-Decrease the Long-Term recharge capability of your battery
-The Battery Cell expands and damages your devices
-The Battery Cell catches on fire (might explode)Last updated:
LumoPack's power adapter charges LumoPack at 140 Watts, 14-28x stronger than Smart Phones. LumoPack can sustain these charges due to the incorporation of MOF Technology.
If the lithium-ion battery cell in your devices were to be charged at 140 watts, it would significantly harm the battery cycle life and risk fire hazards.
Good news is that LumoPack’s 140 watt power adapter is not compatible with portable devices that use a USB port to charge up.Last updated:
LumoPack’s cycle life can reach up to 1000 cycles under ideal conditions. With fast charging, the cycle life will still be well beyond the leading rate in battery packs today (300-500 cycles)Last updated:
There are three types of charges that come with the LumoPack:
Method 1: Micro USB (10W, 13W max - 3+ hours until full charge)
Method 2: Wall Charger (140W - 30 minutes until full charge)
Method 3: Car Charger (140W - 30 minutes until full charge)
Most portable battery packs today come with a very portable micro usb charger. Which give you convenience to carry around a charger.
The disadvantage of these micro usb chargers is that they are very slow at charging your devices.
LumoPack comes with a capacity of 6000 (mAh).
-Enough to charge your mobie devices 2-4 times
-All you really need in a day.
LumoPack also offers three ways of charging:
1. A Home Wall Charger capable of 140 Watts (Fast Charge)
-Charge your LumoPack before you're on-the-go
-ex. Plug it in for minutes before your head out the door
2. A micro usb charger capable of 10 Watts (Market standard)
-For your portable needs in longer travels
-ex. charging from your laptop on the plane
3. A car charger capable of 140 Watts (Fast Charge)
-For your portable needs in travels involving vehicles
-Eg: a 10 minute taxi ride.Last updated:
When not in use, LumoPack will lose approximately 5% per month.
Example: You fully charge LumoPack and leave it in your car. After 6 months of inactivity, LumoPack will drop down to approximately 70% capacity (or 4,200 mAh).Last updated:
LumoPack offers pass through charging.
Feel free to charge them simultaneously while all connected!Last updated:
If you can use a USB port to charge it (ex. from your computer) you can use LumoPack!
All USB devices, such as iPhones, Android phones, Windows phones, iPads, Android Tablets, GoPros, bluetooth headphones, mini bluetooth speakers, and more.Last updated:
When LumoPack reaches a full charge at 30 minutes, the circuit board will automatically disconnect the power. This function prevents overcharging LumoPack.
Oh, and yes that is true!
Tip: stop leaving your phone charged overnight!Last updated:
This depends on the battery capacity of your smart phone.
LumoPack has a capacity of 6000 mAh, which is 2-4 times the capacity of most smart phones today.Last updated:
There will be a survey once the campaign succeeds for backers, which will include questions including color choice, address...etc!Last updated:
Please let us know your suggestions!
We have a couple in mind.
It is unlikely that we will be able to modify Lumopack, however we are looking to develop a better power supply!Last updated:
We’ve had a lot of questions and recommendations about adding Qualcomm Quick Charge into LumoPack.
We wanted to let you guys know that we are looking into it and will keep you guys updated.
Thank you guys for taking so much interest in LumoPack’s development.Last updated:
We will be shipping from the USA.Last updated:
Our wall charger (power-supply) will have a range of 100V-240VLast updated:
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