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Powerbank specs, accessories

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Written by Arsenal
Updated over a week ago

Getting long timelapses requires a lot of power. So we made a battery pack that can power Arsenal 2 and your phone.


  • 10,000 mAH Battery

  • Input: USB-C and USB Micro B

  • Output: USB-C (1x) and USB-A (2x)

The Powerbank supports USB power delivery and Quick Charge, with outputs of 5V, 9V, or 12V. It will default to 5V (standard USB). After you connect a device to charge, the Powerbank will attempt to negotiate a higher voltage option. If the connected device responds that it supports a higher voltage, the Powerbank will adjust accordingly. If two devices are connected, the Powerbank automatically adjusts to the lowest level of voltage (ie. if a 5V device and a 9V compatible device are connected at the same time, the Powerbank provides 5V to both devices).

Note: The Powerbank is shipped separately from the Arsenal 2 unit due to recent changes in shipping regulations for batteries.

Charging the USB Powerbank

  1. Connect the micro USB charging cable or a USB C charging cable to one of the input ports on the USB Powerbank. *Note, a USB Micro cable is provided for charging purposes along with the device.

  2. Connect the other end of the charging cable to a USB AC adapter. The power indicator will start blinking.

  3. When all 4 LEDs are solid, charging is complete.

Note: Charging time depends on the USB AC adapter being used. We suggest using a 5V/2A or 9V/2A adapter, which will charge the USB Powerbank in 3 to 6 hours.

Charging your Device

  1. Connect your device's charging cable to one of the output ports on the USB Powerbank.

  2. Connect the other end of the charging cable to your device. The power indicator automatically will turn on and the USB Powerbank will start charging your device.

Note: The USB Powerbank is not intended to charge other devices while it is being


Power Indicator

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