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High Quality Most Popular  USB Mobile Charger

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1, special designed for all iPhone versions, all iPod & iPod Touch versions, Motorola / HTC Android Phones, Blackberry, Kindle DX, Samsung Galaxy, Sony PSP & many others;

2, High quality 18650 battery, over 500 times life cycle;

3, Uilt-in proprietary software to control and regulate temperature, voltage and current;

4, Smart capacity display, multiple protection, safe and high efficiency;

5, Clear & simple design, mobile and portable;

Package details:

1. Power Bank X1
2. Power DC Cable X1
3. DC connector X4
4. Beautiful and fashionable gift package

Feature:
1 Slim and easy to carry;
2. High capacity, rechargeable, and universal power pack;
3. Keep talking and keep playing longer;
4. LED indicators show battery's real time capacity;
5. Elegant and executive designed make it looks fashionable and smart;
6. Flexible recharging of power pack via notebook USB port or wall adapter with USB charging cable;
7. Multiple safety protection system to ensure devices safety: Protection for overcharge, overvoltage, overcurrent and short circuit;
8. Universal for mobile phone and other digital products;

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Q:in purchasing power represent a cost of inflation? Why or why not? Do your banking fees represent a cost of inflation? Why or why not?
Inflation is a fall in the real value of your currency. Your money buy less. Decline in purchasing power. Bank fees are something different. The bank fees that you pay are something you have contractually agreed to with your bank. It doesn't matter where the value of your currency goes, your bank fees are the same.
Q:Can I charge a battery bank with an 800 watt Generator?
Assuming this generator outputs 120 VAC, then get a battery charger rated at that voltage and 800 watts, and use that to charge the batteries. At 12 volts, that is about 60 amps, so it will charge a typical 12 volt battery quickly. Probably too quickly, be sure the charger can be set to the correct charge rate for the batteries you will be using, and has circuitry that will detect a full charge and taper the charge down to the proper value. But you will need a lot of expensive batteries. If your drain is more than 800 watts, say 2000 watts, and you want your batteries to last for, say, 10 hours, that is 20000 watt-hours. dividing by 12, that is (with losses) about 2000 amp-hours, which is a bank of 20 large batteries. But charging batteries in general does not help unless you are counting on charging them at night, say, when your drain is low and letting them supply the extra power during the day. This means you will need an inverter and a way to synchronize the inverter with the generator output. In practice that is not possible, so you will have to split your loads and rewire to accomodate that. Altogether, a mess. .
Q:Simple Bank Questions?
1 If its member of FDIC you can get back up to 250K 2 The banks are interconnected they bank who gave you the loan they might have sold it to other banks or entities. 3. I am not sure
Q:Why won't bank respect my power of attorney?
You must be a trustee of the trust in order to do anything with that. A POA is only good for the person it's drawn on, up until their death. A POA won't give you access to the trust unless you're a trustee.
Q:My ex is in a vegetive state,no power of attorney?
Unless you were married to your ex and are still married to him, you have no legal say in what happens to him at all. His biological family need to go to court and petition for either guardianship or conservatorship since he didn't leave either a power-of-attorney or a living will. And frankly speaking, until a family member (or the Public Guardian) does this, the family (including the sister) has no right to access any of his money in his bank accounts. And the bank is right to refuse this access! If his sister (or other family members) want access to your ex's finances, then they must go to court. If they do not, I think you will find that the hospital's social workers bring in the Public Guardian themselves to provide protection for your ex's fiances. And by the way, that money can only be used for your ex's care. It can't be used to benefit his family or anyone else before his death. And if they do use it for their own interests, they could face criminal charges. Oh and as for waiting until he dies, even then if there is no will, then the monies/assets will be distributed according to state law and not according to how the family wants. Good luck.
Q:Cleaning up Generator power
What you are talking about is the Sine Wave. Many generators don't produce true Sine Wave current. The result is your electronics will burn up. Check your generator info when you go to purchase one. There are several generators that produce true Sine Wave Current and they will state it on their brochures, etc. as it is a major selling feature. Also be aware that most inverters are not true Sine Wave. They will burn out electronics when the Sine Wave varies. True Sine Wave Inverters cost more than the regular inverter so be ready to shell a few $$ more.
Q:Charging a battery bank with a car alternator?
It will work, after a fashion, but: You won't get much charging out of that alternator at idle. (You'll want that engine at about 1200 RPM minimum.) You will be draining the car battery initially. (This might be a serious drain if the battery bank is large in comparison to the car battery.) If the battery bank is much larger than the car battery, you might be overloading the alternator when you first start recharging. Don't let it heat up too much.
Q:If the government buys up all the major banks,will they garnish my wages to get back money owed on c/cards?
Not a bad idea.maybe that will teach people to be responsibleyou know it is stealing.better that than going to jail.
Q:Why does the government insure banks?
Simple, so the ordinary people will have confidence in the banking system and deposit money into banks which the banks can then lend out and finance growth.In a nutshell it is simply explained as the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corp) If you put $4,000.00 in a bank, and the bank becomes insolvent then the FDIC uses it's power to take over the bank. sell off it's investments and reimburse depositors. The FDIC does not reimburse investments, because all investments involve the risk of loss.
Q:Is there a government organization or somthing I can report my bank to?
1st off, banks normally don't get reported to the BBB. the higher power for banks are the FED or ferderal reserve and yes you can report them to this agency. 2nd, the FDIC, Federal Deposit INSURANCE Company, is just an insurance firm so they aren't going to do anything about your concern. all they can do is to take away their insurance rights. 3rd, you can always call the banks corporate headquarters and make a complaint. It might or might not helpdoubt it. Good luck and hope this helps.

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