How to Keep Your Mobile Devices Working During Natural Disasters and Power Blackouts Ohming Technology 2019-06-12 03:29:54 Blog

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How to Keep Your Mobile Devices Working During Natural Disasters and Power Blackouts

No matter where you live, occasional natural disasters and extreme weather conditions are an inevitable part of life. Changing climate conditions can have detrimental effects and cause short- or long-term power outages. It’s important to be prepared for the absolute worst case scenarios in these types of situations. The demands of modern life have made it impossible for many of us to live without our electronic devices. For most of us, a power outage during inclement weather typically involves combating intolerable boredom by wasting time on our phones in a dark candlelit room as we wait for the lights to come back on.

Old person dialing emergency number 911 on phone

Unfortunately, not everyone is that lucky. In the wake of natural disasters, many people need to actually use the emergency services on their phones. But what happens when that red battery signal starts flashing? How can you make sure that all of your devices are charged in the event of a power outage?

Keep reading to find out all about the innovative battery charging solution from Ohming Technology.

Natural Disasters That Can Cause Power Blackouts and Communication Breakdowns

Power outages can be caused by virtually any type of natural disaster. Tornados, heavy rain, heavy snow, windy conditions, hailstorms, flooding, wildfires, heatwaves, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and avalanches are all extreme examples of natural disasters that could potentially lead to local or nationwide power outages.

During these types of events, it’s important to adhere to all recommended federal and local safety measures. Avoid operating heavy machinery, driving a car in inclement weather, using an elevator, or even leaving your home or current location if you can help it.

Never leave burning candles or other open flame sources unattended in case it causes a fire in your home. Keep flashlights handy in case the battery on your phone dies. Power outages can happen anytime at any given location. Blackouts occur when an entire community, city, state, or country loses electrical power simultaneously.

Even though crews are typically working hard to restore power as soon as possible, in extreme cases, power blackouts can last a few hours, days, or even a few weeks depending on what’s causing them.

Multi-Port Charging Station

A multi-device charger like The Charging Caddy from Ohming Technology is an affordable and practical solution for all of your charging needs during a mild or severe power outage. Capable of charging multiple modern or legacy devices simultaneously, this unique and innovative device charges all devices equally without having to be plugged into an external power source.

With a battery that lasts up to 20 hours on a single charge, you can count on The Charging Caddy to keep all of your devices fully charged in the event of a natural disaster or emergency.

Ohming Technology is a family-owned and operated business based out of Boynton Beach, Florida. We spent three years researching, developing, and testing our signature product, The Charging Caddy before bringing it to market and introducing it as a premiere cellphone charging station. To learn more about our business or to place an order, please contact us today!

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Paul Romanenko

Paul Romanenko

Paul Romanenko is CEO of Ohming Technology LLC. His entrepreneurial spirit utilizes his technology and customer service background to create devices which complement the use of modern technology.Paul’s innovative products have led him to file several patents with the United States Patent Office. Their unique features allow for mobile devices such as tablets, smart phones, and other items utilizing USB power to charge their battery without the use of additional software. Paul’s device can also be used as a powered USB hub while simultaneously charging via dedicated power ports.His vision to change the landscape of where technology is used is not only Paul’s passion but the driving force behind Ohming Technology.