Horizon’s Fuel Cell Devices Starts Pre-Order
A trio of alternatives for energy charging solution are up for pre-orders on the company site while promising that everything will be available by the end of this year, the shipment is as early as next month.
The first time we heard about Horizon’s fuel cell-powered aspirations at CES we were exhilarated. Then, we heard nothing from the company since then. Not until today. A trio of alternatives for energy charging solutions are up for pre-orders on the company site while promising that everything will be available by the end of this year. The shipment starts as early as next month.
The Minipak – a charging device that integrates a passive air-breathing fuel cell and a solid like hydrogen storage. For pre-order of this impeccable unit it costs $99.99. While the monstrous Hydrofill water To Hydrogen to power converter is at $499.99. Lastly is the Hydrostik, you can reserve it for a penny under a Hamilton.
For a better shot on this ambition take a look at this for specs.
|Rated Net Power||2 Watts|
|Output||5Volts @ 0.4 Amps|
|Size||(4 x 2.6 x 1 in)/(10.4 x 6.8 x 2.5 cm)|
|Weight (with cartridge)||5.4 ounces / 155 grams|
|Electrical Connection||USB Outlet|
|User Interface||LED Status Indicator|
|Operating Environment||32-104 F/0-40 C|
|Energy Storage||12 Watt Hours|
|Dimensions||22mm Diameter x 80 mm Length|
|Refill Time||1 Hour with HydroFILL|
|Generator Type||Membrane Type (PEM)|
|Water Quality||De-ionized or distilled water only|
|Flow Rate||183 cc per minute|
|Purity||99.9% Purity (Designed for HydroSTIK Cartridges)|
|Delivery Pressure||435 PSI/ 30 Bar|
|Water Consumption||35 ml/hr|
|Dimensions||(5.6 x 5 x 8.2 in)/(14 x 12.8 x 21cm)|
|Weight||2.6 lbs/1.2 kg|
|Power Supply||110-240 VAC/50-60 Hz (AC Adapter Supplied) kg|
|Power Supply (optional)||60 Watt Solar Panel or 30 Watt Solar Panel|
|Power Consumption||60 Watts per hour|
|Life Time||1000 hours operation|