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5v 2.4a USB Wall Charger (2pack) & QC 3.0 wall charger & PD 20W wall charger start from $5.49

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5v 2.4a wall charger (2pack)$5.49
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PD 20W charger$8.79

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Picked up one of the 20W chargers. Seems like decent reviews and the price was good, although no reviews for the 20W charger, Fakespot C grade (whatever that's worth). Was looking for an extra charger to keep at work for my new iPhone that will only be used sparingly anyways.
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FYI: 2.4A max total, not per slot
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FYI: 2.4A max total, not per slot
Does that also go for the USB-C 20W model? I can't find any output info for that one, just says 20W.
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Bad reviews.
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Does that also go for the USB-C 20W model? I can't find any output info for that one, just says 20W.
That one only has 1 slot.
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Skipping, because I can pass up something that will charge a "Ninterdo" Switch.
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Are the fast charger for samsungs s9 and up?
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That one only has 1 slot.
Yes, but I was asking if the on with the one USB-C slot was 2.4A as well (even if it's just one slot and not split into 2 as that poster mentioned). I don't know if it's a given that all USB-C chargers are 2.4A, just trying to figure out if this charger is good for iPhone 12 Pro Max.

According to the Apple website it needs at least 2.2A and didn't see any specified amp ratings for the USB-C version on the product page.

Note: For fast charging, iPhone 12 models require a power adapter with a minimum power output of 20 watts, such as the Apple 20W USB power adapter. If you use a third-party power adapter, it should follow these recommended specifications:

Frequency: 50 to 60 Hz, single phase
Line Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC
Output Voltage/Current: 9 VDC/2.2 A
Minimum Power Output: 20 W
Output Port: USB-C


**EDIT** went back and looked through the product page again. Missed it the first time but it does state it is 3A.
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Could really do without the huge "Cabepow" logo
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i bought some no name cheap chargers on amazon pack of 2. mostly good reviews as usual. one started smoking when first plugged in. returned and will never buy anything cheap again. dont want to fry my phones
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Yes, but I was asking if the on with the one USB-C slot was 2.4A as well (even if it's just one slot and not split into 2 as that poster mentioned). I don't know if it's a given that all USB-C chargers are 2.4A, just trying to figure out if this charger is good for iPhone 12 Pro Max.

According to the Apple website it needs at least 2.2A and didn't see any specified amp ratings for the USB-C version on the product page.

Note: For fast charging, iPhone 12 models require a power adapter with a minimum power output of 20 watts, such as the Apple 20W USB power adapter. If you use a third-party power adapter, it should follow these recommended specifications:

Frequency: 50 to 60 Hz, single phase
Line Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC
Output Voltage/Current: 9 VDC/2.2 A
Minimum Power Output: 20 W
Output Port: USB-C


**EDIT** went back and looked through the product page again. Missed it the first time but it does state it is 3A.
So this works for fast charging iPhone 12's?
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Keep in mind, these are two different types of fast charge:

1. Quick Charge (QC), which is not just a word for fast charge; it is a proprietary technology owned by Qualcomm. Samsung phones use Quick Charge.
2. Power Delivery (PD), which is the USB standard for fast charging via type-C connectors. iPhone 12 and all Pixel phones use Power Delivery.


iPhone 12 and Pixels will not charge faster via Quick Charge; they must have Power Delivery chargers for improved charge speeds. The link does include an option to select a PD charger.
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So this works for fast charging iPhone 12's?
From everything I'm reading in the specs it should. It has Power Delivery and meets the specs from Apple. I'm no expert, anyone can correct me if I'm wrong.

I'm specifically referring the 20W USB-C version with the regular price of $15.99, the product page gives you 3 options to choose.
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5v 2.4a good for Raspberry Pi? I know they can be temperamental about power supply.
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