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Monoprice 40W 2-Port Power Delivery GaN USB-C Wall Charger EXPIRED

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Monoprice has Monoprice 40W 2-Port Power Delivery GaN USB-C Wall Charger (42620) on sale for $16.99 - $2.55 when you apply promo code EXTRAMILE in cart = $14.44. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Power Deliver: PD 3.0, 40W
  • Input Powe: 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.2A
  • Output Connectors: 2x USB Type‑C
  • Output Power:
    • Type‑C 1: 5 VDC/3A, 9 VDC/2.2A
    • Type‑C 2: 5 VDC/3A, 9 VDC/2.2A
  • Maximum Power Output: 40 watts total (20W each port)
  • Dimensions: 1.9" x 1.1" x 1.9" (48 x 28 x 48 mm)
  • Weight: 2.8 oz. (79g)

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Monoprice [monoprice.com] has 40W 2-Port Power Delivery GaN USB-C Wall Charger (42620) for $14.44
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Specs:
  • Power Deliver: PD 3.0, 40W
  • Input Powe: 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.2A
  • Output Connectors: 2x USB Type‑C®
  • Output Power:
    • Type‑C 1: 5 VDC/3A, 9 VDC/2.2A
    • Type‑C 2: 5 VDC/3A, 9 VDC/2.2A
  • Maximum Power Output: 40 watts total (20W each port)
  • Dimensions: 1.9" x 1.1" x 1.9" (48 x 28 x 48 mm)
  • Weight: 2.8 oz. (79g)
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Wand asked this question on 10-03-2022 at 11:56 AM
10-03-2022 at 11:56 AM
Some people had a good experience with this one from another thread. It's only $6 more for 100w when it drops the price every couple of days

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B08YY2PGXR?ref=ppx_pt2_mob_b_prod_image
10-03-2022 at 11:56 AM
They can be smaller, lighter, cooler and more efficient.
blahbooboo2 asked this question on 10-03-2022 at 12:01 PM

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Note that this cannot do 40w into 1 device, its 20w x 2 only
I'm just going to explain this because you asked, not because I endorse the product:
This is a PD charger. Either your phone supports the PD protocol and requests as much power as it is designed to handle, or the charger will default to 5V.
Not really, some people do need the 2port charger.

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got this one for $9 - much better deal imo

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MQSC7LT
Not really, some people do need the 2port charger.
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Quote from dambargar :
got this one for $9 - much better deal imo

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MQSC7LT
Read the reviews on this listing.
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Damn could've used this for my trip next week, but it would arrive too late =[
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Isn't this a 15W charger? 5V 3A?
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Isn't this a 15W charger? 5V 3A?
Or.... Type‑C 1: 5 VDC/3A, 9 VDC/2.2A
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Can you charge a phone using 9V?
Almost all phones which advertise any "quick charging" capabilities OR has a USB-C charging connector can handle voltages higher than 5V. That's essentially the basis of quick charging. The phone circuitry negotiates with the power supply to decide what is the highest voltage/current the phone can accept and that the power supply can supply.

Of course 5V is the standard of USB-A but there are other technologies from Qualcomm and other suppliers to provider higher voltages than 5V, again after some circuitry negotiations.
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Can you charge a phone using 9V?
I'm just going to explain this because you asked, not because I endorse the product:
This is a PD charger. Either your phone supports the PD protocol and requests as much power as it is designed to handle, or the charger will default to 5V.
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got this one for $9 - much better deal imo

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MQSC7LT
Yes, the brand "generic" really brings confidence when charging your $1000 device
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I own this charger and it's magnificent. Much smaller than I expected as well.
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Is the quality on par with this Anker charger?

iPhone Charger USB-C, Anker 40W 2-Port PIQ 3.0, PowerPort III Duo Type C Foldable Fast Charger, Power Delivery for iPhone 13/13 Mini/13 Pro/13 Pro Max/12/11, Galaxy, Pixel, iPad/iPad Mini, and More https://a.co/d/92niEwM
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