PowerGen Dual USB 4.2A 20W Car Charger for Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 6 iPhone 5S 5 4S, iPad Air, mini; Android Phones: Samsung Galaxy S5 S4 S3; Note 4, 3, 2, Tab; HTC One (M8) Google Nexus and Sony [Designed for Apple and Android Devices] (USB Cable NOT included)
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- PowerGen Dual Port 20W / 4.2A USB Car Charger charges your iPad, iPhone, iPod, HTC, Blackberry, MP3 Players, Digital Cameras, PDAs, Mobile Phones. Designed for Apple and Android Devices
- Use your existing USB charging cables to charge most USB powered devices / Easy-to-see LED confirms whether USB charger is properly connected
- Dual Port Design, one Apple Devices and one port for Non-Apple Mobile phones or other devices.
- Input:12-24V 1000mA; Output:DC 5V 4.2A or 20W (Shared by two ports)
- Dimensions Size (LWH): 5.3 inches, 2.7 inches, 1 inches Weight: 1.6 ounces, Sophisticated circuit design with over-heated, over-current, over-charging protection. Charging will be automatically stop when battery is full.
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The PowerGen 20W 4.2A Dual Port USB In Car charger charges TWO of electronic devices simultaneously, eg. iPad, iPhone, iPod, MP3 Players, Digital Cameras, PDAs, Mobile Phones and other devices. Designed for Apple and Android Devices. It is compact with high quality finish and comes with full 1 year limited warranty.
Apple iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 5s, 5, Apple iPad Air, mini, ipods, Mobile Smart phones, PDA, GPS, MP3 players, MP4, Portable wifi; Android Phones: Samsung Galaxy S5 S4 S3; Note 4, 3, 2, Tab; HTC One (M8) and Sony, Google Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Motorola Moto G 2014, LG G3, G2, Android Phone & Android tablets
USB Port 1 (labeled as A port, Designed for Apple products) Compatibility
iPad @ 2 Ampere Max.
iPhone / iPod Touch @ 1 Ampere Max.
Others phones / GPS / Tablet etc. @ 0.5 to 4.2A Ampere Max. (May not support charging / or slow charging with some devices)
USB Port 2 (labeled as NA Port, designed for non apple products) Compatibility
iPad @ NOT Compatible
iPhone / iPod Touch @ 0.5 Ampere Max.
Others phones / GPS / Tablet etc. @ 1 to 4.2A Ampere Max.
NOTE 1:Currently known support tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab Series, Nook Color, HTC Flyer, Huawei Tablets.
NOTE 2: NOT compatible with HP TouchPad, Asus transformer or Motorola Xoom.
Dimensions Size (LWH): 5.3 inches, 2.7 inches, 1 inches Weight: 1.6 ounces Package Includes:
1 pc PowerGen Dual Port USB in Car charger
1 year limited replacement warranty included
(USB Cable NOT included)
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If you're having problems charging your phone then read on.
This was the second car charger I had ordered recently. The first was a Belkin - Micro Car Charger adapter 2100 mAh + ChargeSync cable for iPhone/iPod/iPad (F8Z689cw). This didn't appear to supply enough charge to my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and so ordered this PowerGen version. This seemed to have the same problem so running SatNav on my phone meant arriving at my destination with less battery than when I started. I was mystified and a bit disillusioned by these so called high current chargers until I stumbled upon the real culprit - the blooming cable!!! Turns out all but 2 of the many sync cables I own weren't able to supply the current needed to keep the phone charging. The original Samsung cable worked, also a very chunky flat cable I had did too, but all the others, including some other genuine Samsung cables didn't. I was amazed at discovering this fact, thought all these USB cables were basically the same. Seems like if you have a power hungry device you need something a bit chunkier to carry the current. So if you're having problems getting these chargers to supply enough juice, don't bin it, just try a different cable. Hope this helps.
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There are two ports available marked up as S and A. The A port is specifically for Apple products such as ipad/pod and iphones. The port marked S is designated for all other compatible devices. The only device mentioned in the leaflet provided that cannot be charged is the Asus Transformer. There is no cable supplied with this charger so you must use the one supplied with your electronic device.
The charger fits nicely into the charging socket and feels solid enough with a good build quality and doesn't stick out too much in my opinion. When active there is a blue light emitted from the charger ports so you can see it's active. Delivering 2 Amps this is ideal for the quick charging of your power hungry devices such as ipad, Kindle Fire and tablet devices.
The devices I tried it on were-
Kindle touch-Worked on both ports.
Kindle Fire- Worked on both ports.
Apple ipad- Only in the A port.
HTC Desire HD- In S port
Sansa Clip mp3 player- In S port.
After using this for a few weeks I've found that the charger performed well using the devices mentioned and they were charged quickly enough even when two were charging simultaneously. Obviously when charging two devices they may take longer to fully charge than when being charged alone. There is a slightly more powerful and more robustly built version available in which you can also access the fuse PowerGen Dual USB 3.1A 15w Car Charger for Apple iPad 1 2 3, iPhone 4s 4 3 3Gs, Amazon Kindle Fire DX KeyBoard, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 7 (USB Cable NOT included) - BLACK
A good little charger, no complaints.
I was supplied this for review.
I used it for a while and noticed that when I had my phone connected to the stereo in the car as well as this, a lot of electronic noise would come over the speakers. This was partly engine noise caused by the alternator and partly a high frequency switching sound coming from the power supply.
I put my oscilloscope on there to take a look at the voltage it was outputting and it is all over the place! It spikes as high as 10 volts (it is supposed to output 5 volts for USB) and dips down to zero volts once every switching cycle (4,000 times per second). The switching frequency is right in the middle of human speech intelligibility, meaning your ears are most sensitive to it. That is why the noise on the stereo is so invasive and annoying.
In conclusion, it will annoy you, and probably damage your phone given how high the voltage goes sometimes. As soon as I saw how bad the output was I threw it away.
I bought this for use in-car (unsurprisingly) to charge my Nexus 7 and Samsung Galaxy S3. To put it through its paces, I set up the Nexus with Sygic (GPS navigation) on the highest performance setting. On plugin, battery rated 27% remaining. After a 25 minute drive, battery was at 40%.
That's an increase of 13% in 25 minutes while the unit was under heavy load.
That to me is simply incredible; I'm used to leaving the Nexus plugged in through USB and from 20 odd percent taking a good 7 hours to charge fully and that's without being under load.
I can't fault this at all and would really recommend, especially if you need to charge two devices at the same time. The NA port worked for the Nexus 7 no problem at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't really pull off the stated Amps, overheats and stops working until it cools down.Published 21 days ago by Dmitriy Lobov
Used it on a Road trip. no issues worked well and saved fighting over which of us was going to charge our phone at one point.Published 1 month ago by Kevin smith
Charges two phones in a van easily. Cheap and cheerful!
Just use it when your driving, or your vehicles battery may get drained.
Not apple compatible, stopped working after latest iOS update.Published 2 months ago by Wassermann P.
This charger works fine with my smartphone
It seems to do what I needed
I would recommend this as a fast charger specifically for an iPhone. Read more