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Dual port USB C and USB A for charging two devices at the same time.

Looks like the USB C port supports PPS and PD 3 charging, while USB A supports QC 4.

When using both ports, you can get up to 45W on the USB C, and 18W on USB A

65W with USB C alone

Just ordered one.

https://www.verizon.com/products/...l-charger/
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DriftX asked this question on 05-09-2022 at 12:25 PM
05-09-2022 at 12:25 PM
Yes with the right cable
05-09-2022 at 12:25 PM
Depends on generation.

My lay understanding is that iphone 13 maxes out around 20-25w. Probably why the specs don't exclusively state apple, but it does support the MacBook.
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AlphaSix asked this question on 05-09-2022 at 12:28 PM
05-09-2022 at 12:28 PM
Yes, 45W is the top end, however, Tom's Guide and Phone Arena tested the 45W and 25W chargers with the S22U and the 45W was about 8 minutes faster than the 25W because the 45W juice is on for all of a minute and much of the charging is at 30W.

Don't know about the Tab S8 but if you already have a proper PD 3.0 PPS 25W charger then the utility of a 45W charger may be a diminished return for just charging the S22 Ultra.

https://www.phonearena.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s22-ultra-plus-45w-charging-vs-25w-charging_id138976

https://www.tomsguide.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s22-ultras-45w-charger-only-reaches-peak-power-for-one-minute
wolverine88 asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:14 PM
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The descriptions of Programmable Power Supply (PPS) in the thread are all valid (PPS being a recently added, though not universal, part of the Power Delivery standard).

However, I wanted to point out the most important feature of PPS (the why you want it) which is the ability to maximize the charging performance of any device which also supports PPS. Noteworthy PPS devices these days include the latest Samsung phones, for example, which only reach their maximum rated charging speeds (such as 45W) using PPS. Without PPS this can lead to a seemingly unexpected low performance from a charger where, for example, a 90W-rated USB-C charger "only" charges a Samsung Note 10 at 15W because it doesn't support the PPS-enabled 45W charging mode,

For reference, here are the charging modes supported by this device. Take note of the combined charging performance, which limits the USB-C port to 45W while supplying 18W to the USB-A. This should still be plenty for most every phone, as well as many laptops.

https://www.gonimble.com/collecti...ll-charger
USB-C Output: 65W Max, PD 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3.25A
USB-A Output: 18W Max, QC 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
USB-C + USB-A Output: 63W Max, USB-C 45W Max / USB-A 18W Max

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PPS is a subset within the PD 3.0 protocol that monitors charging and can alter voltage and current resulting in less heat production during charging. Heat can harm electronics/batteries.

https://www.pengohome.com/Learn_D...2EF5A01CFE

The Verizon ad states "With up to 65W of USB-C Fast Charge PD 4.0 and QC 4.0 technology..."

Is this a typo or is there a new 4.0 version of PD? I thought the latest Power Delivery version is 3.0.

Quick Charge (QC) is at version 4.0.

The link hbat posted in Message #4 states

- PPS Fast Charging for Android Devices
- PD Power Delivery 3.0 & QC Quick Charge 4.0

Looks like Verizon screwed up their ad.
What's PPS

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Where does it say it supports pps? Without it you might not be able to charge your laptop or certain smartphones
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Where does it say it supports pps? Without it you might not be able to charge your laptop or certain smartphones
What's PPS
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If the charger in the link below is the same charger as Verizon, it says in the description "PPS Fast Charging for Android Devices".

https://www.gonimble.com/products...ll-charger
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PPS is a subset within the PD 3.0 protocol that monitors charging and can alter voltage and current resulting in less heat production during charging. Heat can harm electronics/batteries.

https://www.pengohome.com/Learn_D...2EF5A01CFE

The Verizon ad states "With up to 65W of USB-C Fast Charge PD 4.0 and QC 4.0 technology..."

Is this a typo or is there a new 4.0 version of PD? I thought the latest Power Delivery version is 3.0.

Quick Charge (QC) is at version 4.0.

The link hbat posted in Message #4 states

- PPS Fast Charging for Android Devices
- PD Power Delivery 3.0 & QC Quick Charge 4.0

Looks like Verizon screwed up their ad.
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in 4 1 , it doesn't seem like it comes with cable?
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Thanks OP. Got the mini charger for $15, since I don't need fast charging.

https://www.verizon.com/products/...sku4840045
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Where does it say it supports pps? Without it you might not be able to charge your laptop or certain smartphones
As user hbat also mentioned, it's on their official site

https://www.gonimble.com/products...ll-charger
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PPS is a subset within the PD 3.0 protocol that monitors charging and can alter voltage and current resulting in less heat production during charging. Heat can harm electronics/batteries.

https://www.pengohome.com/Learn_D...2EF5A01CFE

The Verizon ad states "With up to 65W of USB-C Fast Charge PD 4.0 and QC 4.0 technology..."

Is this a typo or is there a new 4.0 version of PD? I thought the latest Power Delivery version is 3.0.

Quick Charge (QC) is at version 4.0.

The link hbat posted in Message #4 states

- PPS Fast Charging for Android Devices
- PD Power Delivery 3.0 & QC Quick Charge 4.0

Looks like Verizon screwed up their ad.
I think you're right, the official website says PD 3.0, Verizon made a mistake. Good eye

https://www.gonimble.com/products...ll-charger
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in 4 1 , it doesn't seem like it comes with cable?
No cable unfortunately
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Decent deal for a UL certified PPS GaN charger.
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I'm assuming this will work as a supercharger for the Mighty+ vaporizer. Can anyone confirm? I believe the "supercharger" that they sale produces 45W of power.
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Seems like a solid charger for the price. In for one
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