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These include power lost from circuit heat and voltage conversions from the battery, the charging cable, and your device. Yes, it can charge your other devices and then charge itself when it is plugged into a wall outlet instead of charging by the Micro USB port. No, the PowerCore Fusion will only supply the maximum output current necessary to charge your device. The light will fade when the device is fully charged and no longer drawing a current.
When PowerCore Fusion is being charged, the LEDs will flash and light up one by one to show the progress of the recharge. They will turn off when the PowerCore is fully charged. Generally, our batteries' static power consumption is so low it would take between 20 and 36 months to drain completely. However, it is also worth noting that their chemicals will become less active if left unused for extended periods.
To extend battery lifespan, discharge and recharge it at least once every 4 months. Yes, PowerCore Fusion can be used internationally as a portable charger. Just be sure that your USB wall charger is compatible with the voltage of the country you're travelling to. The input voltage of an adapter is usually labeled on the adapter itself. To calculate an external battery's capacity in watt hours: