i-tec Car Charger 1x USB-C PD 30 W, 1x USB QC 3.0
Adapter for charging your mobile devices in the car, caravan and anywhere you have access to a cigarette lighter (CL) socket. The USB-A port with Quick Charge 3.0 support is designed for quick and efficient charging of mobile devices requiring high supply current. The USB-C port is capable of supplying a device with up to 30 W of input power, which is sufficient for (slower) charging of many laptops or tablets with USB-C Power Delivery.
- Input: DC 12-24 V
- Output: max. 30 W
- USB-C PD 3.0 output voltage: DC 5-20 V (automatic detection)
- USB-C PD 3.0 output current: max. 3 A
- USB-C PD 3.0 output power (max): 30W
- USB-C QC 4.0 output voltage: 4.5-12 V (automatic detection)
- USB-C QC 4.0 output current: max. 5 A
- USB-C QC 4.0 output power (max): 30W
- Quick Charge 3.0 output voltage: DC 3.6-12 V (automatic detection)
- Quick Charge 3.0 output current: max. 3 A
- Quick Charge 3.0 output power: max. 18W
- Protection against: current overload, overvoltage, short circuit and overheating
- No-load consumption: ≤0.5 W
- Operating temperature: 0°C – 35°C
- Product dimensions: 47 x 25 x 25 mm
- Product weight: 18 g
- Package dimensions: 160 x 125 x 55 mm
- Package weight: 38 g
- Car Charger QC and USB-C PD 30W
- Instruction manual
Adapter for charging your mobile devices in the car, caravan and anywhere you have access to a cigarette lighter (CL) socket. Its USB port with Quick Charge 3.0 support is designed for quick and efficient charging of mobile devices requiring high charging current (to make full use of the benefits of Quick Charge 3.0, the connected devices must support Qualcomm technology, as found on selected Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Xiaomi and other phones). However, the adapter can also quickly charge devices that do not have native Quick Charge support, such as Apple iPhone or iPad.
The USB-C port is capable of supplying devices with up to 30 W of input power, which is enough for (sufficient, though slower) charging of laptops and tablets with rated USB-C Power Delivery input of 45 W or even 60 W. (However, when using both ports, the supply current will split to 15 W for each port. If you want to power a laptop, for instance, it is not recommended to connect another device to the USB-A port).
Overcurrent protection and stable supply current ensure safe use without risk of damaging the connected device.
Question: When I disconnect the USB-C Power Delivery Adapter from the docking station, the monitor will restart and disconnect and reconnect the USB device.
Answer: In this case, this is a standard behaviour described in the USB-IF Power Delivery Specifications. When the adapter is disconnected, the docking station must change its charging direction and take the power from the laptop. At the moment the power current direction is changed, all connected devices will reconnect.
Question: I have a laptop equipped with a USB-C connector, but it is not charged when the adapter is connected.
Answer: Make sure that the USB-C connector of your laptop supports the USB-C Power Delivery profile which is necessary to charge your laptop via the USB-C connector.
Question: My USB-A connected device is not charging or is charging slowly
Answer: Make sure that you are using the original USB cable which came with your device. Otherwise, the device may not be charging or may be charging slower than it could be.
Question: Can I charge a device without Quick Charge technology via Quick Charge 3.0 output?
Answer: Yes, you can. The Quick Charge 3.0 Output is primarily intended for charging mobile phones which support Quick Charge technology, but it is also possible to charge the devices which do not support Quick Charge technology.
Question: My device does not support Quick Charge. Is it possible to add this feature to it?
Answer: Unfortunately, it’s not. The device must be designed and manufactured with Quick Charge support.
Question: Can Quick Charge damage my cell phone battery?
Answer: The Quick Charge charges the phone battery according to the manufacturer’s criteria. Traditional battery charging technology is far from reaching the maximum capabilities that today’s batteries can handle. The Quick Charge technology is designed to achieve these maximum charging requirements.