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AC to USB Mobile Device Charger, 5V 2A Output

#22335 C2G
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$13.99 $21.99 MSRP USD

The AC to USB Mobile Device Charger is an ideal solution for charging a mobile device which has a high power requirement, like the Apple® iPad®. This device is designed to connect to a standard AC wall outlet and provides two amps of charging power. Use the USB charging cable (not included) of the mobile device to connect to the standard USB A port of this device.

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Connector 1:
(1) NEMA 1-15 Male
Connector 2:
(1) USB-A Female
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Features

  • Charges a USB device from any standard wall outlet
  • Provides two amps of charging power
  • Standard USB A output

Specifications

General Info
Product Line C2G
Color Black
UPC Number 757120223351
Country Of Origin China
Features USB-A Charging
Application Sector Commercial, Residential
Warranty Type Lifetime
Type Adapter
Dimensions
Product Width US 1.1 in
Product Height US 1.63 in
Product Length US 2.32 in
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
CE Certified Yes
FCC Compliant Yes
Technical Information
Amperage 2 A
Voltage 5 V

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Questions & Answers

Is this a 10 watt power unit?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes this is 10Watts
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2024-02-12

I have a power adapter (under counter led lights) that is rated at input 100v~240v 50/60Hz 0.35A and output is 5V 2A .... can I use this 757120223351 UPC in it's place since the input indicates it's 0.28A rated

Asked by: Harold
You will want to match the power requirements and polarity exactly so I would say no it will not work
Answered by: Tommy
Date published: 2024-02-12

Following up on a previous question. I have a power adapter (under counter led lights) that is rated at input 100v~240v 50/60Hz 0.35A and output is 5V 2A .... can I use one that has input 100v~240v 50/60Hz 0.28A and output is 5V 2A...

Asked by: Harold
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