PowerPort Strip 6 Outlet 4 USB Port
The 6-Outlet Surge Protector with Built-In USB Ports
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
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AC Power Expansion
One AC outlet becomes six, so you can power all your appliances at once. Outlets supply 100-240V power.
Built-In USB Ports
Four built-in USB ports enhanced with fast-charging PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies supply a charge of up to 6 amps (2.4 amps per port).*
380-Joule surge protection and a 15-amp circuit-breaker keep appliances safe, while Anker’s MultiProtect safety system shields USB devices from short circuits, surges and more.
PowerPort Strip is extremely versatile and easy to use: Hanging slots allow you to hang it on the wall, rubber feet keep it from sliding around on the floor, and a 5ft cord allows you to position it almost anywhere.
*Qualcomm Quick Charge not supported.
- Technical Parameters:100-240V~15A 50-60Hz, 1875W
- USB Output:5V==6A total (2.4A max per port)
- AC cord length:5ft (1.5m)
- Which charging port should I use to charge my device?
- If you want to charge your devices with the original adapter using the power outlets, or charge directly from the four built-in USB ports. They supply a charge of up to 6A (2.4A per port).
- Which cable should I use with PowerPort Strip's charging ports?
- For optimal results, we strongly recommend using your device's original cable or a certified third-party cable.
- What should I do if certain ports fail to work?
- 1. Remove all attached cables from the ports and outlets, and unplug PowerPort Strip from the wall. 2. After 15 minutes, plug the power cord back in and try again. 3. Try a different USB cable. If the issue persists, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
- PowerPort Strip is not charging my devices. What do I do?
- A. Check to ensure that your device is USB-compatible with a power input of 5V and between 0 and 2.4A. B. Check to ensure that the power cord isn’t broken and is firmly connected to the wall and to PowerPort Strip. C. Try a different USB cable. If the issue persists, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What should I do if I'm experiencing slow charging speeds?
- 1. Try using a different cable. We recommend using the original cable that came with your device. 2. Please ensure that the input current required by the device you want to charge is not higher than 8A. 3. Please note that PowerPort Strip is not compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge.
- "Why are my Samsung Galaxy devices charging slightly slower from the power strip's USB ports? "
- PowerPort Strip does not support QualComm Quick Charge, so it will charge Quick Charge devices at regular speeds.
- My device charges at 1A, will the 6A USB output harm it?
- No. These ports will only supply the maximum current allowed by your device, up to 2.4A from each port. When using PowerPort Strip with a device only capable of drawing 1A, only 1A will be supplied.
- When PowerPort Strip is plugged into an outlet but has no devices plugged in, will it consume power? What is the standby power consumption?
- PowerPort Strip will consume almost no power in this state. Its standby power consumption is rated at less than 0.5W.
- Can I use PowerPort Strip in other countries?
- Yes, PowerPort Strip features international voltage compatibility for 100-240V. However, because the plug is designed for the country to which it was originally shipped, you may need to use a plug adapter when traveling.
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