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Found this dual USB Wall Charger with LED Display can be used to charge iPhone and others USB Devices

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I just confirmed the code only works for exact version shown (2A, dual) and not (4A, dual).
I dig compact design with builtin led V/A display, but 2A and NO QC limits some usefulness.
According to Keepa previous low price before any coupon was 9.99 back in October.
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Will this work on raspberry pi 3?
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Will this work on raspberry pi 3?
Yes. It will work.
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I just confirmed the code only works for exact version shown (2A, dual) and not (4A, dual).
I dig compact design with builtin led V/A display, but 2A and NO QC limits some usefulness.
According to Keepa previous low price before any coupon was 9.99 back in October.
Can you elaborate your point of 2A vs 4A?
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Foreal? That was high school physics. You're gonna have to type Google for that one.
Hey. Easy on the kid. He may be 10 and physics class didn't get to that to that yet.
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Good deal. Just bought 4 and got all of them discounted in the same transaction!
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Can you elaborate your point of 2A vs 4A?
Think of amperage like the water pressure flowing through a hose at any given time. 4 amps allows twice as much water to flow through the hose, meaning 4 A can deliver more power in the same amount of time vs 2 A. Not really clear if one port can deliver more power so im guessing both are split evenly meaning one is 1 Amp x 2 and the other is 2 Amp x 2. Assuming the device being charged can take advantage of the extra amperage, higher is generally better.
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Think of amperage like the water pressure flowing through a hose at any given time. 4 amps allows twice as much water to flow through the hose, meaning 4 A can deliver more power in the same amount of time vs 2 A. Not really clear if one port can deliver more power so im guessing both are split evenly meaning one is 1 Amp x 2 and the other is 2 Amp x 2. Assuming the device being charged can take advantage of the extra amperage, higher is generally better.
You are still missing out an important factor about 2A vs 4A is that this difference will not make any difference to a device with a max charging current less than 2A, do you know why?
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Think of amperage like the water pressure flowing through a hose at any given time. 4 amps allows twice as much water to flow through the hose, meaning 4 A can deliver more power in the same amount of time vs 2 A. Not really clear if one port can deliver more power so im guessing both are split evenly meaning one is 1 Amp x 2 and the other is 2 Amp x 2. Assuming the device being charged can take advantage of the extra amperage, higher is generally better.
Don't forget that the "hose" needs to be able to handle the pressure being put through it. If the wire's too thin, too much current can melt it & start a fire.
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Can you elaborate your point of 2A vs 4A?
I think one of the responses touched on it as well, but the main difference is since there are 2 usb ports, the 4A and 2A are split evenly between the 2. So the 2A charger only puts out 1A per port. And the 4A puts out 2A per port.
So 4A would be better for most cases. Personally, I don't know if it really matters anymore, but I like to charge my phone with 1A, rather than 2A. Hopefully, the battery will have a longer lifespan. But again, I don't know if that's really the case anymore.
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I think one of the responses touched on it as well, but the main difference is since there are 2 usb ports, the 4A and 2A are split evenly between the 2. So the 2A charger only puts out 1A per port. And the 4A puts out 2A per port.
So 4A would be better for most cases. Personally, I don't know if it really matters anymore, but I like to charge my phone with 1A, rather than 2A. Hopefully, the battery will have a longer lifespan. But again, I don't know if that's really the case anymore.
Thanks TekkenLord and Raj
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I just ordered the 2A one, but I'm curious now. Does it give out 2A if only one port is being used and split it if both are being used? I'll find out when it arrives. I would have ordered the 4A version, but as someone mentioned, the discount code doesn't work for that one.
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Sad that this became a "popular" deal. Outdated tech imo. Can't stop the shill train though.
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