Qualcomm Certified QC 3.0 USB Wall Charger (Quick Charge 2.0 Compatible) with US Plug

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Input: 100-240V Output: DC 3.6V-6.5V/3A, 6.5V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A Power: 18W
Compatible with: iPhone,Android mobile phone and tablet pc Dimension: 44.5(L)*26(W)*44(H) Weight : 56g
Color : Black,White or Colors Protection:: over-current, overcharging and overheating

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Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 
Up to 4 times faster than standard chargers 
Charge compatible devices to 80% in just 35 minutes. 
27% faster charging speed compared with Quick Charge 2.0 Charger 

1)Home charger adapter allows charging at home or in the office via USB cable connection. Simply plug in the USB cable, and plug the adapter into the wall

2Charger: Input: With a worldwide 100-240V AC input, it's a truly global charger and perfect for international travelling. Best replacement for original charger.

3Safe and Sturdy Design: lightweight, compact and easily portable. Fits in the palm of your hand and perfect for travel. Contains internal protection mechanisms of short circuit, overcharge, and over-heating that ensure complete safety for you and your device. 

4LED Indicator Light: Blue means your device is plugged in and charging

5) Universal charging: Also charges all non-compatible smartphones and tablets at their normal speed (up to 5 volts / 2A). 


Specifications:
- Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 
- Output: DC 3.6V-6.5V/3A, 6.5V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A
- Power: 18W
- Dimensions: 44.5x 44 x 26 mm
- Weight: 56g
- LED Indicator when charging


Note:
The Cute Quick Charge 3.0 can charge compatible devices up to 4X faster than the conventional charger. For all iOS products, because iOS does not support the quick charge function, this charger will act as a conventional charger, which can provide max 1A current for Apple Devices.

Qualcomm Certified QC 3.0 USB Wall Charger (Quick Charge 2.0 Compatible) with US Plug

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Q:How to charge battery without charger?
Buy a charger
Q:Ipod Charger?
Go to like circuit city or apple store etc to get a apple wall charger. It will connect your usb to the charger (which is attached on the wall) and then to the ipod.
Q:camera charger?
It cost about $19.99.
Q:battery and charger voltage?
I presume you mean, can i charge a 7.2V 1080mAH battery *with an* 8.4V 0.9A charger?. Yes, but you must be careful. mAH (milliampere-hours) is a unit of charge; in Coulombs, 1mAH 3.6C. An unregulated 8.4V, 900mA charger will generate WV*A 7.56 Watts. 7.56 Watts through a 7.2V drop will try to draw 1.05 Amps; if the charger has current limiting circuitry, this will work fine- the battery will absorb the required 3888C at 7.56W in 9 minutes or so (this is an ideal figure- internal resistance will increase actual charging time considerably). If the charger is not current limited, the charger and/or battery can easily (and quickly) overheat. This can destroy your charger, rupture your battery, and start a fire. If you're charging a Lithium Polymer battery, all bets are off- overcurrent turns LiPo batteries into bombs. Again, be careful if you try this.
Q:laptop charger gets really hot?
A power adapter is just that. when you are using it as a power lead and it is working it will generate heat, nothing un usual about that. The amount of heat is the problem (I can sometimes use mine as a heat pad for my back).are the 2 adapters rated the same (old v new) the battery is charge is controlled from a Board inside the laptop. I bet if you take the Battery out of the laptop and use it it will still generate heat. if its to much then a bad quality adapters is being used, just like the cheap christmas tree light that people buy that catch fire and burn the tree.
Q:Is it worth buying a portable iPhone charger?
Depends on the charger you get. If you need that extra battery then yes
Q:how do I use plate chargers?
What do you do after your charge up the plates? Electrocute your guests?
Q:Charge New iPod Shuffle With Old Charger?
iPod chargers remain the same. Just like how you can play new iPods on old speakers. As long as the charger fits, your fine.
Q:rechargeable batteries be left on charger 24/7?
Most chargers *should* automatically quit charging when the battery is full, although some cheaper ones don't (most really old ones don't either). If you don't know, don't assume, and simply unplug it or your batteries might cook/leak/explode. Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries will both heat up when they're nearing full charge (and when overcharging). If your battery is a Li-Ion, the charger almost certainly stops charging automatically when it's full, because Li-Ion batteries tend to catch fire and/or explode if they overcharge, although the batteries themselves are supposed to have safety mechanisms built in to keep this from happening (although depending on the mechanism it might permanently shut down the battery). In any case, just about every charger for a Li-Ion battery will automatically stop charging when it's full, and they can usually be left plugged in.
Q:alternative macbook charger?
verify around nearby pc shops that fix computers. a tremendous form of the time in the event that they have one which's greater cost-effective than retail and maximum will many times carry a hardship-free battery charger.

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