Shared power banks on the market can be roughly divided into three categories according to the usage scenarios:
Mobile sharing in mobile mode
The first is mobile sharing in mobile mode, which means "caller technology", which mainly focuses on large scenes; both people and charging equipment can be moved, such as borrowing power banks from A to B, and focusing on large equipment in large scenes, including shopping malls , high-speed railways, railway stations, airports, scenic spots, hospitals and other places with large traffic, a single device can hold dozens of charging treasures.
Mobile sharing in fixed scenarios
The second is mobile sharing in fixed scenarios, which represents "street electricity technology", which mainly focuses on small scenarios; when people are active near point A, they have the need to borrow a power bank, and they can pay a deposit from a cabinet that is not that big and lend it out. . It mainly focuses on small counters, and the scenes include restaurants, cafes, bars, etc. Generally, there are 6 or 12 charging treasures in a single cabinet.
Fixed sharing in fixed scenarios
The third is fixed sharing in fixed scenarios, which stands for "dudu", which mainly focuses on each desktop; the line machine is integrated, and when there is a Shared power bank on the desktop, no deposit is required, and it can be charged directly after scanning the code to pay.