Safety has always been a top priority for VARTA Consumer Batteries. VARTA has further upgraded its safety standards to make using the Family Power Bank even more carefree, to prevent application errors in the use of Power Banks and to protect them even better against external influences. The entire range of Family Power Banks now includes additional safety features to supplement the existing safety mechanisms.
VARTA’s Advanced Safety Technology Concept
The Family Power Bank range is now equipped with even more additional safety features identified by the concept “Advanced Safety Technology.” The features include a set of six safety mechanisms. An internal sensor is responsible for temperature control
; it automatically interrupts the charging process if the temperature is too high. To prevent cell damage and excessive aging and to guarantee longevity of the cells, the batteries inside the Power Bank are protected against deep discharge
. An additional detector protects the Power Bank’s input against overvoltage
from external power sources. In addition, the Power Banks are reversibly electronically protected in the event of a short circuit. “Advanced Safety Technology” is an additional step initiated by VARTA Consumer Batteries to reaffirm the brand message “In service for you.” Built-in protective mechanisms are not mandatory by any national or international standard; instead, it is up to each manufacturer to integrate appropriate safety mechanisms into their products. For
VARTA Consumer Batteries, it goes without saying that the high quality standards of its own product portfolio are continuously optimized – not only with regard to the materials used, but also with appropriate protective mechanisms to protect both the end consumer and the product itself. Despite all the built-in safety mechanisms, it is nonetheless essential for users to know how to correctly handle a Power Bank in order to avoid misuse of the device. Like almost all electronic devices, Power Banks are sensitive to external influences. Errors in the charging process, extreme hot or cold temperatures and, above all, shocks and impacts can do much more harm to a Power Bank than most people would expect. Here too VARTA Consumer Batteries provides support for end consumers: helpful tips on how to handle Power Banks can be found in the How-To Guide
on VARTA Consumer Batteries’ homepage.
All VARTA Power Banks are tested for transport safety according to UN38.3. The “UN Transport Test 38.3” test cycle includes a variety of hazard simulations to guarantee incident-free transport by air, land and water. The individual tests range from triggering external short circuits, shocks, vibrations, overloading and deep discharge of the Power Bank to simulating altitude pressure and extreme thermal conditions.
Family Power Bank 6000 mAh
Dimensions (W x H x D): 64 x 96 x 22 mm
Weight: 194 g
Charges: 1x tablet or 2x smartphone
Warranty: 2 years
(incl. VAT): €12.99
Family Power Bank 10400 mAh
Dimensions (W x H x D): 80 x 105 x 23 mm
Weight: 269 g
Charges: 1.5x tablet or 4x smartphone
Warranty: 2 years
(incl. VAT): €18.99
Family Power Bank 16000 mAh
Dimensions (W x H x D): 82 x 160 x 22 mm
Weight: 483 g
Charges: 3x tablet or 6x smartphone
Warranty: 2 years
(incl. VAT): €24.99
A welcome guest
The Family Power Banks from VARTA Consumer Batteries are welcome guests in handbags, briefcases and backpacks, where they are always near at hand to help their users master all the challenges of modern daily life. With their two-color design, robust plastic housings and capacities of 6000, 10400 and 16000 mAh, they are reliable sources of energy. With safety, they’re the right companions for everyone: VARTA - In service for you.
Further information can be found at www.varta-consumer.com
and on VARTA Consumer’s official Facebook
About VARTA AG
VARTA AG produces and markets a comprehensive battery portfolio, ranging from microbatteries, household batteries, energy storage systems to customer-specific battery solutions for a wide range of applications, and, as a technology leader, sets industry standards in key areas. As the parent company of the Group, it operates in the business segments “Microbatteries & Solutions” and “Household Batteries”.
The “Microbatteries & Solutions” segment focuses on the OEM business for microbatteries as well as on the lithium-ion battery pack business. Through intensive research and development, VARTA sets global standards in the microbattery sector and is a recognized innovation leader in the important growth markets of lithium-ion technology and primary hearing aid batteries. The “Household Batteries” segment comprises the battery business for end customers, including household batteries, rechargeable batteries, chargers, portable power (power banks) and lights as well as energy storage devices. The VARTA AG Group currently employs almost 4,000 people. With five production and manufacturing facilities in Europe and Asia, and distribution centers in Asia, Europe and the USA, VARTA AG’s operating subsidiaries are currently active in over 75 countries worldwide.