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B&H [bhphotovideo.com] has RAVPower Pioneer 45W Power Delivery 3.0 & QC Dual Port Wall Charger for $12.95

Key Features
  • Charge Smartphones, Tablets & More
  • 1x USB Type-C Power Delivery 3.0 Port
  • 1x USB Type-A Port
  • Quick Charge Technology

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Go GaN, this thing is heavy.
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AC Input: 100-240V 50/60HZ-1.2A (MAX)
Type-C Output: : 5V/3A,9V/3A,12V/3A,15V/3A,20V/2.25A (PD 45W MAX)
USB-A Output: 3.6-6V/3A,6-9V/2A,9-12V/1.5A 18W MAX
Total Output: 45W (MAX)
Product Size: 67*67*30.5mm

its not small GaN size but its a nice combo with a fair amount of PD 45w and QC 3.0 also (18w)
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I don't even see this charger on RAVPOWER web site. The model number does not give any results but B&H.

Anyone know if it's 45W + 18W simultaneously?
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I don't even see this charger on RAVPOWER web site. The model number does not give any results but B&H.

Anyone know if it's 45W + 18W simultaneously?
I've read specs on B&H's website and it is 45W total

Output Ports 1 x USB Type-C: 5 VDC at 3 A , 9 VDC at 3 A , 12 VDC at 3 A , 14.5 VDC at 3 A
1 x USB Type-A: 5 VDC at 3 A , 9 VDC at 2 A , 12 VDC at 1.5 A

Max Combined Power Output 45 W
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I don't even see this charger on RAVPOWER web site. The model number does not give any results but B&H.

Anyone know if it's 45W + 18W simultaneously?
As mentioned in the specs: "Max Combined Power Output 45 W"

It would be marketed as a 63W charger if it output 45W + 18W simultneously.
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What does power delivery mean? Does it mean the power can pass through a device to another? That's what I thought it ment but that goes without saying.
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Will this block both outlets if plugged in the bottom one? Or in the top one when turned upside down?

My outlets are stacked vertically.
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Can it charge S20 Ultra with max 45w?
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What does power delivery mean? Does it mean the power can pass through a device to another? That's what I thought it ment but that goes without saying.
It's USB-C Power Delivery.

It allows USB-C equipped devices that support the USB-C Power Delivery standard to charge over USB-C at high wattage.

So you need a device and charger that supports it in order to benefit from it.
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What does power delivery mean? Does it mean the power can pass through a device to another? That's what I thought it ment but that goes without saying.
it means it can
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I've read specs on B&H's website and it is 45W total

Output Ports 1 x USB Type-C: 5 VDC at 3 A , 9 VDC at 3 A , 12 VDC at 3 A , 14.5 VDC at 3 A
1 x USB Type-A: 5 VDC at 3 A , 9 VDC at 2 A , 12 VDC at 1.5 A

Max Combined Power Output 45 W
that is a weird 14.5 voltage. I would not get this one because only devices that can use 14.5 voltage can get 43.5 watts.
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AC Input: 100-240V 50/60HZ-1.2A (MAX)
Type-C Output: : 5V/3A,9V/3A,12V/3A,15V/3A,20V/2.25A (PD 45W MAX)
USB-A Output: 3.6-6V/3A,6-9V/2A,9-12V/1.5A 18W MAX
Total Output: 45W (MAX)
Product Size: 67*67*30.5mm

its not small GaN size but its a nice combo with a fair amount of PD 45w and QC 3.0 also (18w)
but it looks like if 2 ports are connected it will output total of 45 w between the two ports. This is an older device so that is probably the case unlike some newer ones that are advertised like 60 something watts where if you use one port you can get the full output but if you connect both then you actually get 45 w and 18 w
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