The Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery supports major fast charge technologies like USB Power Delivery over Type-C and Qualcomm Quick Charge for charging your Apple iPhone's or smartphones quickly.
On its packaging, the Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery highlights that it can supply up to 18 watts of charging over USB Power Delivery and Qualcomm Quick Charge using 10 watts (5 volts @ 2 amps), 18 watts (9 volts @ 2 amps) and 18 watts (12 volts @ 1.5 amps) power profiles. The power bank can be charged using 10 watts (5 volts @ 2 amps) and 18 watts (9 volts @ 2 amps) power profiles.
Here's a closer look at the Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery which was purchased in Japan recently. Unfortunately the power bank doesn't use any USB-IF and Qualcomm Quick Charge logos on its packaging. The power bank also stopped working after being used for a few weeks.
The Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery comes with a separate USB Type-A to Type-C cable and documentation.
The Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery has two USB Type-A output ports, a Micro-USB input port and a USB Type-C port.
The orange USB Type-A port supports up to 18 watts of charging using Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 for most QC enabled phones while the other USB Type-A output port supports 7.5 watts (5V@1.5A) for connecting to peripherals. The Micro-USB input port is used for charging the power bank up to 18W while the USB Type-C port can either charge in or out at up to 18W using USB Power Delivery 2.0.
To set the Sumimoto 18W PD 10000mAh Mobile Battery's USB ports for charging out or to get charged by a USB Power Delivery based power source, you need to press the power button at the side of the power bank. The LED's on top of the power bank will indicate how much charge is left.