Battery-powered charger may be the next big thing in the smart home industry

The battery powered electric heater and solar battery powered charger is the latest trend to hit the market.

It is the third iteration of a company called RLR41.

The company, which is based in Taiwan, said on Thursday it has sold more than 15 million units of its lithium ion battery-powered electric heater in China and the U.S. in the past three years.

RLR-41 sells its electric heater to home and business owners for around 10 yuan ($0.6) per square meter.

The heater is a “smart” solution to the problem of over-generating power in the home, said Li Jun, CEO of RLR 41.

“Our technology allows you to use your own battery for heating.

We believe that this is the most efficient and environmentally friendly way to generate power in your home.”

According to a company press release, RLR batteries can generate up to 90 percent of the power in an indoor heating system.

A typical electric heater uses about 500 watts, so a RLR battery-based heater would use about 200 watts of energy per day.

The product is also the first battery-power smart home system to be released in China, according to RLR.

Rlr41 is one of a few startups in China to have a battery-driven electric heater for sale, according the press release.

It’s unclear how much of the company’s market is made up of home owners and businesses, but the company said in a press release that sales are “well over 100,000 units.”

The RLR39 is the next generation of the battery-operated electric heater, which uses a battery that is connected to the electricity grid and the thermostat, according RLR’s press release of the product.

The brand name for the heater is “RLR” and the product is sold in different forms in different markets.

The RL39 is also marketed as an energy management appliance for residential, commercial, and industrial uses.

The first generation of this product is powered by the lithium ion Li-ion battery.

According to the company, the RLR 39 has a maximum energy density of up to 400 kilowatts, and it can be used as a power storage device for heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning.

RL41’s new product uses lithium ion batteries and is marketed as a home heating product.

It will be sold in China through third-party retailers and retail outlets in the country, the company stated.

The new product is a product that will become the standard in the market for smart home applications, said the company.