i-tec Universal Charger USB-C PD 3.0 + 1x USB 3.0, 112 W
This universal USB-C power adapter with power of 112 W is a great choice for powering any laptop or other device equipped with a USB-C connector that supports USB-C Power Delivery with a maximum power demand of 100 W.
The voltage is set automatically according to the USB Power Delivery specification 2.0 v1.2 in the individual profiles in following steps: 5 V / 9 V / 12 V / 15 V / 19 V / 20 V with max. 5 A current consumption. Another positive feature of this adapter is the additional USB-A output (5V, max. 2.4 A) which can easily be used to power most devices with charging via USB (e.g. MP3 players, Bluetooth hands-free, digital picture frames, most Android mobile phones, Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod, navigation, etc.). The power adapter is lightweight and very portable; it is equipped with intelligent current overload, overvoltage, short circuit and overheating protection.
Long product description: i-tec USB-C universal power adapter 112 W – 1x USB-C port 100 W, 1x USB-A port 12 W, for laptops, tablets, smartphones, HP, Apple, MacBook Pro, Dell, Acer, Asus, Lenovo
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- Universal 112 W USB-C power adapter for powering laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices equipped with a USB-C charging port
- Input voltage AC 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, max. 2.3 A
- Output power (max.): 112 W
- Efficiency: more than 86 %
- USB-C output voltage: DC 5 V / 9 V / 12 V / 15 V / 19 V / 20 V
- USB-C output current: max. 5A
- USB-A output voltage: DC 5 V
- USB-A output current: max. 2.4 A
- Protection against current overload, overvoltage, short circuit and overheating.
- Operating temperature: 0 °C – 40 °C
- Relative humidity: 10 % – 100 %
- Product dimensions: 143 x 65 x 34 mm
- Product weight: 356 g
- Package dimensions: 198 x 157 x 45 mm
- Package weight: 540 g
- 1x Universal adapter 112 W
- 1x User manual
Question: When I disconnect the USB-C Power Delivery Adapter from the docking station, the monitor will restart and disconnect and reconnect the USB device.
Answer: In this case, this is a standard behaviour described in the USB-IF Power Delivery Specifications. When the adapter is disconnected, the docking station must change its charging direction and take the power from the laptop. At the moment the power current direction is changed, all connected devices will reconnect.
Question: I have a laptop equipped with a USB-C connector, but it is not charged when the adapter is connected.
Answer: Make sure that the USB-C connector of your laptop supports the USB-C Power Delivery profile which is necessary to charge your laptop via the USB-C connector.
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.