FlashFish A101 Portable Power Station Quick Start Guide
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FlashFish A101 Portable Power Station 120W 98Wh
With small size and lightweight, Flashfish A101power station is the lightest portable power Station under 100Wh. It also equipped with a convenient hanging rope, makes it easy to hang on your backpack, or carry around for outdoor adventures such as tent camping, road trip, backyard camping, etc.
Upgraded portable power station equipped with 98Wh (26400mAh, 3.7V) capacity, 1 x 120W AC port, 2 x Type-C 18W port, 2 x 5V/2.4A USB-A port and 1 x 12V/5A DC output, supporting 6 outputs at once, charge to your road trip essentials such as smartphones, laptops, cameras. Pass through charging is supported on DC and USB outputs.
The backup power features with a 2 modes LED flashlight, allow you to press the LED button to switch between constant lighting and SOS flashing. It outputs a total power of 5W/400LM, powerful enough to illuminate a camping site or your home when there’s a power outage.
The purpose of this Quick Start Guide is to help you use the product correctly. Please read the guide carefully and keep it for future reference.
QUICK START GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Schematic Diagram
– Button Description: Power On/Off button, AC Power button, LED Light On/Off button.
– Technical Parameters
– LED display
– Charging method: Power Adapter charging / Car charging / Solar charging.
– Packing list
Q: How to judge the storage power of the FlashFish A101?
A: Please refer to the instructions on the display to check the battery level of the FlashFish A101: the battery status is indicated by the percentage of the battery level on the display. The FlashFish A101 can be used without being fully charged.
Q: Can the FlashFish A101 be taken on the plane?
A: Yes. According to airline transportation standards, the capacity of lithium battery products carried cannot exceed 100Wh, and the capacity of FlashFish A101 has reached 98Wh.
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