World-class chipset protection

Nine layers of circuit protection, built by Texas Instruments

Suich Power Bank’s adopted USB smart-control and charging/discharging chips from Texas Instruments provide nine layers of circuit chip protection while enhancing efficiency.


Temperature Resistance

Heat-sensitive and temperature control mechanisms ensure Li-ion batteries operate within a safe range.


Short-circuit protection

The motherboard and battery are automatically protected if short circuit occurs.


Reset Mechanism

Reset the power bank if it stops responding by simply pressing the Power button.


Output Overvoltage Protection

Monitors output voltage and shuts off when voltage exceeds the maximum limit to protect the device.


Overcharge and Over-discharge protection

Japanese technology is used to prevent overcharging and over-discharging from damaging the Li-ion batteries.


PTC Protective Circuits for the Cell

Imported battery cells are equipped with PTC to effectively control and protect batteries when temperature and current exceed the maximum limit.


Input Over-Voltage Protection

OVP circuit prevents voltage surges from damaging the device.


Automatic Charger Protection

Detects when the charger is inserted incorrectly and will automatically stop charging.


Output Overcurrent Protection

Monitors output current and shuts off when current exceeds the maximum limit to protect the device.

Optimized charging/discharging efficiency

up to 93% conversion rate

World-class chips are not only safer, but improve charging conversion rate and stabilize discharging voltage with advanced resistance-capacitance sensors to optimize efficiency and durability.

Simple design.

Buttons, indicator lights, and connection ports are located on one end of the power Bank.

Compatible with all popular smartphones.

The charging port automatically adjusts the output.

Suich Power Bank automatically adjusts its output based on the connected device. It's compatible with smartphones and tablets from Mi, Apple, Samsung, HTC, Google and BlackBerry as well as a variety of digital cameras and handheld gaming devices.