ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BrightCharger today announced a revolutionary new way to charge your mobile devices. The BrightChargerTM automatically stops batteries from charging when they are full, a smart tech feature that will differentiate BrightCharger from conventional mobile phone chargers in the market today. BrightCharger is designed to extend battery lifespan, save energy, and mitigate battery overheating.
The BrightCharger technology was developed by an international team of experts in Finland, with an extensive background in the mobile device industry and battery charging technology. BrightCharger is also USB compatible, meaning any device that can be charged via a USB cable can be used with BrightCharger.
“The BrightCharger automatic shut off feature is the key to a better user experience, through battery and energy savings. BrightCharger only supplies power to devices during charging and shuts off when the device battery is full. BrightCharger does not continually charge and drain device batteries, which can reduce battery lifespan. The original idea for BrightCharger came from my personal frustration with the overcharging issues of current chargers,” said BrightCharger CTO and inventor Harri Tiainen.
The automatic shutoff feature also reduces overheating of batteries and devices. The innovative design incorporates a LED light feature in every BrightCharger. The light changes color when your device is fully charged and can also be used as a safety night light.
With the latest estimates currently placing the number of mobile devices at over 12 billion and growing quickly globally, BrightCharger has a goal to make an impact in every community around the world, by saving energy and resources, extending the battery life of mobile devices and mitigating risk related to overheating of devices and batteries.
Tiainen shares, “We have a great team of technical, commercial, manufacturing, IPR, finance and marketing experts, to bring BrightCharger into the international marketplace today.” Learn more about BrightCharger at www.BrightCharger.com.