Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/21/2015 -- Lyte Systems (Lyte) just went live on Kickstarter for LumoPack: the fastest charging battery pack on the market. The official launch was at @5pm on May 19th, 2015.
There is a problem in the battery market today.
The development of batteries has not kept pace with portable electronics, especially considering our increased demands and reliance on these. Currently, battery packs try to differentiate themselves through form, style, and gimmicks. Lyte has focused on what matters most – the science of the battery-cell.
LumoPack is the fastest charging portable battery pack on the market. With a charging power up to 140 Watts, LumoPack has the capability to store enough power for a full iPhone 6 charge in 6 short minutes. To make this all happen, Lyte has combined forces with Nivo Systems, the developer of groundbreaking technology based on Metal Organic Framework (MOF). Applying Nivo's MOF materials into LumoPack has brought 3 major improvements:
Accelerated Charge Times LumoPack can be charged at 140Watts, 14-28 times more than standard battery packs (5~10W). After just 6 minutes of charging, LumoPack stores enough juice for a full iPhone 6 charge, and after 10 minutes, enough for an iPhone 6 Plus. LumoPack only needs 30 minutes for a full charge (6000 mAh).
Extended Cycle Life LumoPack is longer lasting product. With up to 1000 charge cycles, it offers 2 to 3 times that of the industry standard today (300-500 cycles).
Increased Safety The adopted MOF technology coats the battery cell which prevents gasses, such as oxygen, from entering. This, in turn, reduces the risk of swelling, fire, or even explosions.
LumoPack is not just a battery pack. It will change our expectations of charging.
"You're not just supporting another battery pack crowdfunding campaign. You're backing an opportunity to change the way we define charging."
About Lyte Systems
Lyte Systems was founded by two young entrepreneurs committed to bringing consumers the best mobile experience, leveraging new and advanced technologies.
Gordon Tsui, CEO/Co-Founder
Lyte Systems, LLC