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ROMOSS PHP30 Pro Power Bank



Connector Type Micro USB
Battery Capacity 30000 Milliamp Hours
Compatible Phone Models Apple iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S9
Color White
Product Dimensions 6.6 x 3.1 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 1.52 pounds
Item model number PHP30 Pro
Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


QC-supporting devices may be charged up to 80% in just 35 minutes, which is four times quicker than with standard chargers. With an 18W wall charger, the ROMOSS PHP30 Pro power bank can be fully recharged in about 11 hours. (Please note that an 18W wall charger is NOT included.) It is very convenient to recharge this power bank using any of the 3 frequently used cables: Micro-USB, Lightning, and Type-C. By charging three devices at once, you may save time and yet have extra power for additional devices. The integrated LCD indicator on this Romoss power bank precisely displays the battery % that is available. guarantees an accurate and simple battery capacity check.

You may use any of the three types of cords (Micro USB, Lightning, or Type-C) you use for your smartphone to charge this portable battery charger. designed with the intention of protecting the environment. The battery bank is completely protected from overheating, overcharging, overcurrent, over-discharge, and short-circuiting thanks to the integrated intelligent safety system.


  • 1 x Sense8P+ power bank
  • 1 x User Manual

3 Inputs and 3 Outputs


You have additional charging options with the Sense8P+ power bank’s Micro USB, Type C, Lightning input, and 2 USB ports with Type C output.

Widely Used

You may use a 30000mAh power bank several times and anytime, anyplace to make sure that your electronic devices are functioning continually.


Check remaining capacity.


The USB & Type-C ports can be used to charge digital devices.


The Lightning, Micro USB, and Type C ports can be used to charge the power bank.


This product does not include a charging cable.

How to maintain

Charging: Avoid keeping your power bank on charge for an extended period of time since it might overheat.

Avoid short circuits: Don’t make short circuits: Keep coins, paper clips, keys, and other metal things away from your power bank.

Storage: Keep the power bank away from heat sources, moisture, and dust in a cool, dry location.

How to charge for the first time

It couldn’t be simpler to use your power bank for the first time: just take it out of the box, remove any wrapping, connect it in to the device or devices you wish to charge, and the charging process will start.

How to reboot

  1. Long press the on/off (Power) button to restart the power bank if it isn’t working.
  2. If there is a cable issue, switch out the charging cord.
  3. If the power bank is deeply discharged, it will take longer to recharge.
  4. Prior to usage, attempt to fully charge the power bank.

Can you charge this power bank with a 30W wall outlet?

I got three 24W chargers that came in a bundle and had excellent ratings. So far, they are really effective. Even though they claim they want you to use their 18W charger, RoMoss was out of stock at the time. I did purchase their silver micro to USB rapid charging cables in packs of 3. Love those cables; I now own four sets of three and have replaced all the oddball cords that many products ship with. These cables may be either black or white, and they can be either of acceptable quality or quite inexpensive. The silver Romoss may be charged quickly or with lightning and even carry data.

“Fit Charge Smart Technology” – what is it?

I only see “Smart Technology,” not “fit charge smart technology,” as it should be. and that means that no matter what gadget you are charging, this Power Bank will detect when it is completely charged and stop charging automatically to avoid overcharging.

Is there really 30,000mAh here?

To ascertain the precise new capacity of these packs, I employed a device known as a DL24P, USB Capacity Tester. My test produced 18107mAh or 18.1 mAh, which is almost the same result as reviewer Tom obtained in his test with a discharge rate of 500mA. That is a terrific value for a battery pack of this size and pricing. And up to that discharge threshold, it remained at 5.0 volts. In terms of practical use, the figure of 30000mAh is ludicrous. Although a discharge rate of 100mA could provide a capacity closer to 30000, no device will be charged at this rate.

I’m attempting to determine if the model I have is fake. The “scratch-off sticker” is not removable by scratching. The website that was utilized to verify is broken!

The product is 100% real, and because our store, 7000Mall, is a distributor for ROMOSS, feel free to contact us with any queries.

Will 18 watts fully charge a 13-inch Dell XPS laptop? no. It takes 45 watts.

Just got this unit, and my Dell 7370 ultrabook does not get any power from it (business version of an XPS.) While the USB-C to USB-C will quickly charge the power brick, which consumes 18 Watts, it will also provide 15 Watts of electricity when using the USB-C port as an output. The Dell cannot be charged with the 15 W output’s limited current. A 45 W wall power adaptor powers my Dell. Our phones and iPad seem to be able to be charged by this device thus far.

Is my Samsung Note 10 compatible with it? Second, will my phone be quickly recharged?

Perhaps a quicker charge. The Motorola G, which has a 5000mA battery, has two USB ports. One with a green inside charge more quickly and displays a blue symbol next to the remaining percentage on the power pack. I fail to see why it wouldn’t quickly charge the majority of gadgets. It is equipped with intelligent technology that samples the charging device and establishes the appropriate voltage.

Is it okay to bring it on the flight?

You can check the airline’s website instead of contacting them. Batteries under 100Wh are approved by the TSA generally, however, batteries between 100Wh and 160Wh are sent to the airline. Most airlines allow up to two 160Wh-sized batteries in carry-on luggage. That works for Singapore, Japan, and South Korea. The most rigorous country is China, IIRC; they don’t like anything over 100Wh. Its capacity is 111Wh.

When a device is charged all the way up to 100%, does the gadget go to sleep and need to be woken up, or does it continue to trickle charge the device?

Yes, when the gadget hits its charge limit, the display turns off and only comes back on when it has to be recharged. Alternatively, you may toggle the capacity and other information using the side button. After over 30 recharges, I have not had any problems with it. If it is below 50%, it probably takes overnight to charge, however considering its large size, I believe the capacity is true when compared to other batteries.

Does this model contain the “intelligent” characteristics that the Power Sense 8+ model claims it has?

Yes, this Sense 8+ power brick, as I like to call it, supports charging at 2 amps or up to 30W. (Quick Charge 3.0). Additionally, it intelligently measures the energy as it is discharged to other devices. The greatest power brick I’ve ever seen, in my opinion. of my top investments.

Do I really need to discharge everything after buying?

I didn’t and I didn’t see any changes in performance. At around 75% charge, it came. The battery doesn’t completely discharge over time. I was able to deplete a single phone in more than 10 days by charging it every day. It charges gradually (a full charge takes 12-24 hours depending on the power source.)

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