Manuals & Drivers
- What is the difference between the Apple output ports and Android output ports?
- The Apple ports provide maximum output up to 2.1A; the Android ports provide maximum output up to 1.5A.
The Apple ports are especially designed to accommodate the circuit design of Apple products while the Android ports are especially designed to accommodate the circuit design of Android phones. Please note that the maximum output current shared between the ports is 7.2A.
- How can I use the Apple output and Android output ports?
- Please refer to the table below for charging currents for different devices:
Apple Port Android Port iPad (iOS 5 and above) 2.1A 1.5A iPad (below iOS 5) 2.1A N/A iPhone (iOS 5 and above) 1A 1A iPhone (below iOS 5) 1A N/A Android phones 0.5A 1.5A (max) Other devices 0.5A 1.5A (max)
Note: the wall charger design supports up to a 7.2A total output current. When the wall charger detects excessive output demands, it will automatically shut down to prevent internal damage.
- What if my device is not an Android or Apple device?
- The ports are customized for Android and Apple to supply maximum charge speeds. You may still use either port to charge your device as long as your device's input current falls within the accepted range.
- When the charger is plugged into an outlet but has no devices plugged in, will it consume power? What is the standby power consumption?
- The charger will consume almost no power in this state. Its standby power consumption is rated at ≤0.5W.
- What kind of USB charging cables should I use with this charger?
- To ensure complete safety and best performance, we strongly recommend using your device’s original cable, a third-party certified cable (such as MFI).
- Manuals & Drivers
- Update Firmware
- Process a Warranty
- Warranty Info
- Product Verification
- WEEE Info
Copyright © 2018 Anker Innovations Limited