Brunton’s Pocket-Size Hydrogen Reactor Charger
Although the Brunton Pocket-size Hydrogen Reactor Charger was unveiled only lately at the outdoor trade shows in Europe and the US, it has already won an award, the gold medal for the Outdoor Industry Award. This could be the peachiest idea for a charger. This pocket size hydrogen powered charger will power up your devices while you’re on the go. It comes with 2 Hydrogen cells or cores and each cell has more power than 30 AA batteries. This reactor charger can produce power up to 8500mAh at a 2.1mA output. This implies that each cell could charge a mobile phone for almost five times.
How it works
For a time now, hydrogen has been acknowledged as the future source of power. This element is abundantly available and can be combined with oxygen for an unlimited supply of clean energy. However, its use has up till now been restricted to costly prototypes. But now, the Swedish company Brunton has made it possible for ordinary folks to carry along a hydrogen reactor with this amazing new gadget.
Called a Hydrogen Reactor, this exceptional handheld device has a pair of small detachable hydrogen cores or cells. These cells are the charger’s energy source and they react with airborne oxygen to produce a 5V 2A or 8500mAh at 2.1mA electrical output enough to fully charge a smartphone 5 or 6 times. Another plus for this device is that when the hydrogen cores are drained they can be refilled. According to Brunton there will be recharging stations in retailers selling the Hydrogen Reactor. A device is charged by connecting it to the reactor via a standard USB cable.
Brunton’s Pocket-Size Hydrogen Reactor Charger weighs only 216 grams even when fully charged. It is lightweight enough for easy and convenient carrying. The device has an Optimiser button to direct the power requirement for charge different devices. All together, this Hydrogen reactor charger is indisputably a greener and cooler charging gadget than the typical battery packs. It is expected to go out in the market November this year.