I took the unit apart. Came in a small aluminum container.
The 'chip' and the PC board it was on were a joke. Pure scam. The circuit is nonsense. Not being without power is the least of it's problems.
They tell you not to cut the wire it connect to for a reason - it does nothing.
After being shouted at for a while and given the runaround I eventually got some money back.
It's a scam that relies on people imagining results or being able to brush them off when they ask for a refund. They could never provide power improvements such as they claim and common sense told me this, but there was enough propaganda out there to get me to ***.
Don't make the same mistake I did.
Monetary Loss: $30.