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Travel Inspira [amazon.com]: Universal Travel Power Adapter with 4 USB Charging Ports International Worldwide AC Wall Outlet Plug Charger for US, UK, AU & Europe, FCC CE and RoHS Certified - Black

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Perfect! Been looking for one. All the other posts are expired
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2amp on all 4 USB ports...awesome
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2amp on all 4 USB ports...awesome
Yea but the 4-port USB charger has a 4,500mA Max
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List Price $99.99. Excellent Deal. LOL
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Rather stupid of the manufacturer to say, "The adapter does NOT support voltage transformation." They meant to say, it does not support 240 --> 120 VAC. Whereas obviously the adapter supports voltage transformation from both 240 and 120 VAC --> 5 VDC.
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There's no grounding for any of the prongs. No thanks.
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It has just 1 review??
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Dead now
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There's no grounding for any of the prongs. No thanks.
How many USB charger have you seen that has ground wire? LOL.
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Rather stupid of the manufacturer to say, "The adapter does NOT support voltage transformation." They meant to say, it does not support 240 --> 120 VAC. Whereas obviously the adapter supports voltage transformation from both 240 and 120 VAC --> 5 VDC.
"transform" refers to a VAC to different VAC

a VAC to the same VDC in terms of RMS value is called "rectify"; as for a VDC to a different VDC is called "regulate"

TL;DR the manufacturer's description is technically correct, as it does NOT transform; it just rectifies then regulates

further readings: look up "transformer", "rectifier" and "regulator" as electrical engineering terms
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Dead. Code takes off 50% but from new price of $27!!
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"transform" refers to a VAC to different VAC

a VAC to the same VDC in terms of RMS value is called "rectify"; as for a VDC to a different VDC is called "regulate"

TL;DR the manufacturer's description is technically correct, as it does NOT transform; it just rectifies then regulates

further readings: look up "transformer", "rectifier" and "regulator" as electrical engineering terms
Always hilarious when anonymous self-appointed experts aim to clarify but embarrass themselves further. Just because there's a way to describe it in two steps, doesn't remove the simpler way I described. Indeed, "look it up."
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It shows $13.49 after I put in the code. I guess they changed the price?
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Always hilarious when anonymous self-appointed experts aim to clarify but embarrass themselves further. Just because there's a way to describe it in two steps, doesn't remove the simpler way I described. Indeed, "look it up."
it is interesting to observe the reaction of those whose mistake got unwillingly pointed out
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