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BRUSA develops on-board EV fast charger for three-phase current

Swiss technology specialist BRUSA Elektronik AG is claiming a first for electric vehicle fast charging with the launch of its NLG6 battery charger. Small enough to be fitted on-board an electric car, the unit is capable of operating on a three-phase current with power of up to 22 kW, meaning that it could fully charge a typical electric vehicle in less than one hour. European EV models featuring the NLG6 charger will be available to customers by next month. Read More
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Berlin premiere for Eton BoostTurbine and BoostBloc battery packs

By - September 2, 2012 9 Pictures
Eton came to IFA 2012 to show off its Rukus portable Bluetooth sound system and FRX Series of preparedness radios to Europe's green technology lovers but also treated us to a surprise unveiling of its new Power Boost USB battery packs. As the name suggests, the BoostTurbine sports a hand crank to keep the conversation going even when its own juice is drained. Meanwhile, the largest capacity BoostBloc portable power pack is claimed to be capable of simultaneously charging two smartphones. Read More
— Bicycles

EcoXPower powers bicycle lights and charges mobile devices simultaneously

By - August 25, 2012 4 Pictures
EcoXPower by EcoXGear is another take on a concept which most Gizmag readers will be familiar with: harnessing the kinetic energy produced while one pedals a bicycle in order to convert it into electricity and charge a smartphone or similar device. Though we’ve covered several products of this nature in the past, such as Nokia's Bicycle Charger Kit, Dahon's BioLogic ReeCharge, and the PedalPower+, the EcoXPower sets itself apart by charging your smartphone or GPS and providing electricity to front and rear lights at the same time. Read More

Twig iPhone cable doubles as a tripod

Twig caught my attention the moment it crossed my screen. This simple iPhone cable can, of course, sync and charge your device, but it also adds a healthy dose of versatility to the equation by doubling as a stand, tripod and headphone cable management system. Read More

New Timbuk2 messenger bags feature internal chargers

Timbuk2, a manufacturer of bags and packs of all shapes and sizes, has announced a new line of packs with gadget-charging capabilities. The San Francisco-based company has teamed up with Joey Energy to deliver the Power Commute messenger bag and Power Q backpack, which include Joey's T1 power supply. Read More
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