Portable chargers are increasingly becoming an integral part of people's daily lives. Keeping your phones, tablets and cameras charged is especially crucial while traveling. Follow these guidelines to ensure worry-free travel with your external battery.
Lithium-Ion Capacity Guidelines
The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) allows lithium-ion battery packs to be transported as carry-on only. The maximum energy capacity is 100 Watt-hours per battery. The capacity must be printed directly on the battery itself so those enforcing FAA guidelines are able to ensure that the battery is approved for travel.
Note: The FAA does not allow power banks to be stored in checked luggage.