Sena Powerbank Portable Battery Pack

LightingElectrical

This seems quite smart from Sena; a battery pack that will charge your Sena or any other 5v USB related devices.

 

"But Eric, I already have a battery pack for charging..."

 

Yes, but while I love my XP-10 from Antigravity Batteries, the amp draw from my Sena devices are below its threshold and it will shut itself off before my Sena's fully charged.  The Powerbank goes down to 1.6 amps.

 

And it's small!  Weighs just 5 oz.

 

HeaderBanners_Powerbank1.png

 

 

But Eric, the new Antigravity Battery models (specifically the XP-3, XP-1 and XP-10) have 2 USB outputs.

One output is at 1A, while the other is at 2A. I would think the 1A output would be compatible with the Sena's and allow for a full charge without turning itself off first.

 

I think it was a good idea for Sena to introduce a product of their own, but when trying to minimize the amount of "electronic stuff" to bring along for a trip/adventure (not to mention cost if you have to purchase the Sena Power Block just to charge the Bluetooth headsets), only having to worry about bringing & charging 1 device for multiple uses is key.

 

But Eric, the new Antigravity Battery models (specifically the XP-3, XP-1 and XP-10) have 2 USB outputs.

One output is at 1A, while the other is at 2A. I would think the 1A output would be compatible with the Sena's and allow for a full charge without turning itself off first.

 

I think it was a good idea for Sena to introduce a product of their own, but when trying to minimize the amount of "electronic stuff" to bring along for a trip/adventure (not to mention cost if you have to purchase the Sena Power Block just to charge the Bluetooth headsets), only having to worry about bringing & charging 1 device for multiple uses is key.

Do you know if the newer AG models actually work on the SENA?  My XP-10 also has two USB; one 1 amp and one 2 amp and it doesn't work on my 10C or my old SMH10 :(

One other use I just found for the Powerbank is when it's strapped to my arm I can plug in this cool new helmet spot led light I got from Erik Harren.  :)

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now