What an important thing to have a fast charger.
I recalled that one day during my travel. I was too tired. I did a stupid thing. I foregt to charge my phone and powerbank the same time. In the morning, i can only stay in hotel and waste half a day to wait for a full battery. What a pity.
So let’s see whether it’s necessary to have a fast charger.
Nowadays everyone has more and more digital devices, 3, 4 mobile phone chargers occupy more than half of the desktop. Multiple mobile phones use the same charger will cause shunting problems. What’s the better way to solve multiple mobile phones charging at the same time the sametime will not divert current only as low as 1A?
Considering changing a high-power charger, the power will not become too low after the shunting. Because there are many digital devices in the house, so I introduce a multi-port charger. The last choice is: Anker PD 60W 5-port USB charger, 4 USB-A+1 USB- C composition.
With it, you can charge all your Apple code devices the same time at once.
Anker’s packaging is still a simple style, simplicity is the best. Package designing of Anker product has always been very good, the back is Anker’s technical features. At the same time, the instruction bool also introduces this charger in detail: 5-port design, maximum power 60W, 20V power supply, USB-A and USB-C ports support fast charging and other introductions.
What’s in the box: charger, manual, power cord plug, Velcro strap, 3M fixed adhesive. Because this charger is mainly designed for desktop chargers, it can be placed in a vertical position.
Input: 100-240V / 1.7A
USB PD port Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 15V/2A; 20V/1.5A
USB-A 4-port output: 5V/6A (single port maximum 2.4A)
Two colors for choosing. This is white.
It can be used after connecting the power cord, but this charger does not have a charging indicator, so it is not so convenient. If Anker can add the charging status change indicator, you can easily identify whether the device is fully charged. Let’s try to test.
1, 360 N7 Pro phone with the USB-C port: 9.05V/1.54A, 14.02W. The PD Fast Charge Protocol is activated through the test table.
2, Nut R1 mobile phone with USB-C port: 9.07V/2.01A, 18.30W. The same is the activation of the PD fast charge protocol, and reached the maximum 18W fast charge supported by the nut R1, which is faster than the 18W fast charge of the nut R1 standard, because the standard charger of the nut R1 is nominally 18W, but it counts The loss of the upper wire is more difficult to reach the full 18W.
3, iPhone X mobile phone with USB-A port: 5.13V/1.87A, 9.64W. The test table can be seen to activate Apple’s 2.4A fast charge protocol. If conditions permit, it is recommended to use USB-C to lightning connection cable. Using USB-C port can charge more quickly.
4, Charging iPad Air2 tablet with USB-A port: 5.10V/2.33A, 11.91W. Through the test table, you can see that the 2.4A fast charge protocol activated by Apple has reached the maximum 12W fast charge.
5, Glory 8X MAX mobile phone with USB-A port: 5.16V/1.42A, 7.37W. View the unfilled fast charge protocol through the test table.
After the above several models test, it can be seen that the USB-C port can provide a good compatibility fast charging for digital devices,which support PD fast charging, but the USB-A port can only provide 2.4A fast charging for Apple devices.
If it is not an Apple device, charging with USB-A port will be slower, not as fast as the original charger. After all, USB-A port does not support other Android-based fast charge agreement, or only use USB-C port Fast charging, it is better to buy a single-port USB-C fast charger.
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