Maplin 5A USB Type C Vehicle Charger

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About this product

Overview

  • Maximum 5A output to recharge even high powered devices
  • Dual voltage to allow operation in both cars and trucks
  • Simply connect into the vehicle accessory socket to use

Product overview

  • Twin USB and USB-C car charger for recharging current and next generation smartphones and tablets
  • Maximum 5A output to recharge even high powered devices
  • Dual voltage to allow operation in both cars and trucks
  • Simply connect into the vehicle accessory socket to use

What can I use this car charger for?
Whether you have a product that charges from a USB port or a next generation device that charges from a USB-C port, you can easily connect your cable directly to this charger to begin charging. Whether you want to recharge your smartphone, tablet, dash cam or even iPod, this charger can recharge several devices at the same time up to a combined maximum of 5A. This charger can be used in both cars, trucks, caravans or campers – simply connect it to the vehicle accessory socket to use.

can I use it for my tomtom xxl sat nav and nokia phone

Asked by: hollie
It would depend on what connector, voltage, and amps your item requires
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-08-30

I've got a car charger for my old phone. I can get an adapter from you to charge my new one (with a Type C socket). But will I get a faster charge from your Type C charger?

Asked by: PaulD
You would get a fast charge if the phone supports QuickCharge 2.0 or 3.0. if not then there is a possibility the phone can overheat with the amount of power it is getting
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2016-10-27
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