What is the battery capacity of the Mimi Moto battery pack?

The Mimi Moto battery pack has a capacity of 5000mAh!

Fan run times:

5000mAh Battery
Low fan speed (0): 28 hours
High fan speed (max): 9 hours

On average Mimi Moto needs to be charged once every 3 to 5 days when cooking daily. 

When Mimi Moto is not used for a long time it is good to give it a charge every 3 to 4 months to keep the battery in optimal condition. 

What are the specifications for the USB power adapter?


Specifications:USB power adapter Mimi Moto 5V

Charging current: 1.0A

Connector: USB-A

Color: Black

This adapter can be used to power the Mimi Moto from the grid or to charge the internal 5000mAh Battery Pack in approx. 5 to 6 hours.

What are the specifications for the Solar panel

Mimi Moto 6W Solar panel
For Off Grid use Mimi Moto offers a 6W Solar panel
to charge the stove’s internal battery. Thanks to the
5V USB output of the Solar panel it’s possible to
directly charge phones and other USB powered
devices as well!

The 3.5 meter long cable gives users the option to
safely charge indoors, while the solar panel is
outside in the sun.

You can download the full specifications here:

Spec sheet Mimi Moto 6W Solar panel


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Mimi Moto Manual: MIM-01 – Mimi Moto Manual 09-2016 

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Cooking power Small burner1250 to 2200 Watt
Cooking power Medium burner2000 to 3200 Watt
Cooking power Large burner3000 to 4000 Watt
Fuel capacity Small burner**400 gram
Fuel capacity Medium burner**600 gram
Fuel capacity Large burner**800 gram
IWA high power CO*0.154 g/MJd (Tier 4/5)
IWA high power PM*13.94 mg/MJd (Tier 4)
IWA low power CO*0.007 g/min/l (Tier 4)
IWA low power PM*0.11 mg/min/l (Tier 4)
Safety score98/100 (Tier 5)
Safe pan diameter use75 to 500mm
Packaging size22,5x22,5x34,5cm
Container capacity 20ft/40ft1450/3300 pieces
Cooking time on 5000mAh batteryLow fan speed = 28 hours
High fan speed = 9 hours
*Test conducted by Colorado State University
** using biomass wood pellets

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