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battery charger

[′bad·ə·rē ‚chär·jər]
(electricity)
A rectifier unit used to change alternating to direct power for charging a storage battery. Also known as charger.
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The Cellphone Charger Box is currently in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
DAVAO CITY -- Learning from Supertyphoons ''Yolanda'' and ''Pablo'', the engineering department of a university here has designed a survival kit that includes a solar-powered lamp, a cellphone charger and water purifier.
Registration is not required to attend, but if you sign up at illinoissolar.org you will be entered into a drawing to win a free solar cellphone charger.
Just over half said they had the recommended week's worth of food and water, while fewer had cellphone chargers and radios that didn't require electricity.
The American Red Cross said on its website that prepositioned supplies -- such as tarps, hygiene items, jerry cans and hand-crank cellphone chargers -- are in place in the Bahamas to be shipped.
This cozy cinema offers a full service and a whole amenity package including blankets and hangers, as well as cellphone chargers on the bedstand.
Meanwhile, 300 boxes of blank DVDs, assorted cellphone chargers and accessories, and three DVD replicating machines were also found inside the warehouse.
Although final figures were not available at the time of this writing, the combination of the new technologies and targeted search initiative has already produced 226 cellphones, 522 cellphone chargers, 74 weapons, three Wi-Fi hotspots and 8.62 ounces of narcotics.
Navajo is about to launch a HotTips brand of cellphone chargers and accessories, Deuschle says.
We anticipate people will use the controlled outlets for computer monitors, cellphone chargers, fan heaters, and other appliances that can be switched off at night without adverse consequences," explains Howlett.
They can provide much-needed electricity for lights, heaters, refrigerators, TVs, cellphone chargers and garage door openers.
The savings from shutting off the residual power fed to devices like monitors, printers, speakers, and power-block PDA and cellphone chargers can be substantial.