i-tec USB Smart Charger 6x USB-A Port 52W
USB charger for mobile phones, tablets, GPS, power banks, music players, cameras and other digital devices. Provides 5x USB-A ports (up to 12 W / port) and 1x USB-A port with Quick Charge 3.0 support (up to 18 W). Can charge up to 6 USB devices at the same time.
- LED indication
- Input voltage: AC 100-240 V 50/60 Hz max.1.0 A
- Total power output: max. 52 W (5x USB-A: max. 34 W; Quick Charge 3.0: max. 18 W)
- USB-A output voltage: DC 5 V
- USB-A output current: max. 2.4 A for one connector; max. 6.8 A total output
- Quick Charge 3.0 output voltage: DC 5 – 12 V (automatic detection)
- Quick Charge 3.0 output current: max. 3 A
- Protection against: current overload, overvoltage, short circuit and overheating.
- Operating temperature: 0 °C – 40 °C
- Relative humidity: 10 % – 90 %
- Product dimensions 106 x 66 x 26 mm
- Product weight 166 g
- Package dimensions 120 x 150 x 50 mm
- Package weight: 285 g
- i-tec USB Smart Charger 6x USB-A Port 52W
- Power cable (150 cm)
- User manual
i-tec USB Quick Charge Smart Charger 6 Port 52W is a USB charger for mobile phones, tablets, GPS, power banks, music players, cameras and other digital devices. You can charge 5 devices using the charger’s five USB-A ports and 1 device using the Quick Charge 3.0 port, for a total of up to 6 USB devices charging at the same time. All the DC 5 V / max. 2.4 A USB ports are designed for quick and efficient charging of mobile devices that require high supply current.
Another major plus of the adapter is its 1x USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 port, which can be used to quickly charge mobile phones that support this feature. Quick Charge 3.0 can charge a mobile phone from 0% to 80% in a mere 35 minutes, which is 4 x faster than standard charging. Quick Charge 3.0 is also backwards compatible with versions 2.0 and 1.0 in case your mobile phone supports one of these older versions.
Input voltage of AC 100-240 V allows the device to be used anywhere in the world. This mains USB charger will find use in households, shopping centres or offices.
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.