This super high capacity (223 Watt-hour, or 60300mAh) external universal rechargeable battery pack may add extra 9 ~ 15 hours running time for most laptop/notebook computers, 20 ~ 40 hours for most ultrabooks/tablets. It can increase an iPad's internal battery by 7 ~8 times or add 80 hours extra running time. It has 15V or 19V selectable output voltage plus 5V USB port, together with 18 or more connector tips, it works for many different laptop notebook computers and other devices. Made with
Li-ion battery cells.
It has up to 4 ~ 5 times internal battery running time . (223 Watt-Hour capacity compared to 40~60
Watt-Hour capacity of most notebook computer batteries.)
IEC /UL 62133 Certificated
Its universal platform works for most of notebook
computers on the marketplace.
Its compact size can easily fit into a laptop/notebook carry bag.
223 Watt-Hour( or 60300 mAh)
Input Charging Voltage:
DC 12 - 19V
15V/19V + 5V USB Port
Max. Output Current:
Max. 5A for 19V, 5A for 15V, 2.1A for 5V USB Port
270.00 x 145.00 x 32.55mm
4 level LED indicator
Built-in Protection Circuit:
- Over current
- Over temperature
- Short circuit protection
Included in Standard Package:
- Battery x 1 pc
- AC Charging Adapter x 1 pc
- Adapter Power Cord x 1 pc
- DC Car Charging Adapter x 1pc
- Power Cable x 1 pc
- Plug Tips x 19 or more
Max. Output Current:
* This battery actual output current depends the demands from the powered device and is variable. It
can by any number under rated Maximum current.
Note: There are many different ways to rate a battery capacity on market. A typical 6-cell internal
notebook battery capacity is about 49 Watt-hour, a typical 12-cell
internal notebook battery capacity is about 98 Watt-hour.
Capacity is equivalent to 60300mAh
if rated as most external batteries on market.Battery Capacity Rating:
Watt-Hour, or Wh, is a more accurate
unit to show the power capacity than Amp-. Hour (Ah) that was used
before. The Watt-Hour unit means the wattage that the battery can
provide within one hour. 220 Watt-hour (Wh) capacity means the battery
can theoretically last 223 hours if the device it powered only needs 1
Watt power, or 10 hour if the device need 22 W power. A typical 6-cell
internal notebook battery capacity is about 49 Watt-hour. A typical
12-cell internal notebook battery capacity is about 98 Watt-hour.
* One common confusion
some customers may have is the difference between the battery capacity and its maximum output power: this battery capacity is 223 Watt-hour, but its maximum output at 19V is around 100 Watt.
To explain the difference between the two numbers 223 Watt-hour Capacity and maximum output 100 Watt, we may assume the battery is a car, then 223 Watt-hours just like the car driving range with full of tank gas: it can drive 223 miles with a full tank of gas. The 100 watt maximum output just like the car can drive at maximum speed 100 miles per hour.
If a device draw 100 watt power from the battery, the battery can last 2.23 hours. But if the device try to draw more than 100 watt power from the battery, then the battery will shut down itself for safety protection.
If your device needs more than 100 Watt power, you may consider BiXPower other power pack such as XP300AC and XP400AC.
Battery Package Contents:
IN -- Battery input port for connecting to battery charger
OUT -- Battery power output port, connect to output cord.
ON/OFF -- This On/Off switch controls output port power.
USB -- Slide the cover to right side, there will be a USB port which outputs 5V DC power
use the 5V USB Port on the battery to charge cellular phone, MP3 player or other
small electronics that can be charged from a 5V USB port. However, the
battery pack does not come with any cable for connector tips for this
USB port. Our optional Z4 cable and connector tips will work with this
5V USB port.
We also offer optional VESA Mount Kit
to mount this battery to the back of LCD monitors:
Battery Pack Includes:
- Battery x 1
- AC Charger & Cord x 1
- DC Car Charger x 1
- Power Output Cable x 1
- Interchangeable Connector Tips ( 19 or more )
Comparisons of External Battery
and Internal Battery
How to Charge battery
Has its own charger , battery can be charged
anytime without the laptop/notebook computer. Very convenient
battery into laptop/notebook computer or use expensive proprietary charger to
How to use battery
Plug to the laptop/notebook computer's DC
power input plug, plug and play.
battery into the laptop/notebook computer's battery bay.
Can be used for 90% of laptop/notebook computers
on the market. When you upgrade your laptop/notebook computer, you may still be
able to use the battery for new laptop/notebook computer.
battery is proprietary. Different laptop/notebook computer needs different
15V and 19V DC power for other electronic devices also.
can only be used for designed laptop/notebook
1. Charge the battery: This battery has its own AC battery charger and 12V car charger. You can charge it from any 110V or 220V AC power source or from a car 12V cigarette lighter socket with the 12V car charger. Both the AC charger and the 12V car charger need to connect to the In-port of the battery pack.
2. Set correct output voltage:
To quickly charge the battery, we recommend to charge while it is not in use.
BP220 battery has specially designed to be able to charge and discharge at same time. However, since each lithium battery has limited charge/discharge cycles ( around 500 times), it is not recommend to use the battery when AC power is available.
This battery has a switch to set the voltage output at 15V or
19V. 15V is compatible with 14V~16V, 19V is compatible with 18V~21V.
If your device DC power input requirement is 14V ~ 21V, you can use the output cable to power your device directly from the battery Out
port like this:
Included with your battery is a output cable with more than 18 different connector plug tips.
(Click to see details)
The output cable (Z6 Power Cable) one end connect to the battery output port, another end has a 5,5mm/2.5mm connector which will fit a lot laptop notebook computers and other devices.
If the Z6 cable connector does not fit your laptop notebook computers, you can use one of following connector plug tips that work with most laptop notebook computers. With
the plug tips not connected to Z6 output cord, locate the correct tip by
fitting the tip into your laptop notebook computer or other device DC Jack. The tip should fit snugly in the DC jack. The plug the tip to the Z6 output power cable.
Connector Tips :
The package comes with 19 or more connector tips for different laptop/tablet/notebook computers.
We may discontinue some old tips and add some new tips without notice. Actual connector tips may not be exactly the same as the pictured. 4.
Plug the connector and output cord
After select right connector, plug it on the Z6 output cord, then plug output cord to the battery output port:
simple, now you are ready to use it !
notebook internal battery is a working battery and has been fully charged, you
can leave it in your notebook. Otherwise, we recommend you removing the
internal battery from your notebook to maximize the external battery running
time.The external battery will still work fine if you leave non-charged
internal battery in the notebook, but it may not reach the maximum running time
since it needs to charge the internal battery at same time when it is powering
How long can this external battery run
This battery's capacity is about 220Wh(Watt-hour):
you can compare
this battery's capacity with your internal battery capacity to figure out how
long this battery can run your notebook. For example, if your notebook internal
battery output is: 10.8V & 4000 mAh, then, your notebook internal battery
11.1V x 4400 mAh = = 49 Wh
This external battery capacity is about 220/49=4.5 times
of your internal battery capacity.
If your internal notebook battery can
run 2 ~ 3 hours, then the external battery pack can theoretically run about : 9 ~ 14 hours.
This is a rough estimate. Actual running time
varies, depending on the notebook computer's configurations and what kind of
applications are running . For example, screen brightness, the use of the CPU, the
hard drive, the CD drive, and other peripherals results in an additional drain
upon the battery, effectively reducing the battery's run-time. The total
run-time of the battery is also heavily dependent upon the design of the
notebook. To ensure maximum performance of the battery, optimize the computer's
power management features. Refer to the computer manual for further