The car charger features a sturdy, patented design; is made of top-grade aluminium alloy; and uses cowling to keep temperatures low, ensuring stable working conditions, a long lifespan, and a low-temperature charging environment.
Safe and Reliable
– The charger is certified by RoHS, CE, and FCC.
– It works in conjunction with your device’s battery to automatically end the charging process once the battery is full.
-The charger also includes protections that prevent damage from overheating, overcurrenting, and overcharging.
The charger is suitable for a wide range of devices: iPhones, iPads, most smartphones, tablet PCs, mini speakers, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigation devices, handheld consoles, and other digital devices with 5V input.
1. Keep the charger away from children.
2. Do not manipulate the charger with wet hands or place it in a damp environment.
3. Do not use the charger in a flammable environment.
4. Do not dismantle or repair the charger by yourself.
5. Do not store the charger in an overly hot or overly cold environment.
6. Do not strike or crush the charger.
7. If the charger is overheated, smoking, emitting a burnt smell, or experiencing other problems, unplug the power cord immediately and stop using it.
Note: Not compatible with DC 24V cars.
1 x EasyAcc® Triple USB 5V 5.1A Car Charger
- Universal 3 USB 5.1A car charger can charge 3 electronic devices in your car at the same time
- Compact Dimension: 1.38 x 0.94 x 2.36 inches, fits nicely into the recess and firmly into the actual power socket. allows for easy carrying, so you can make sure your digital devices are always charged.
- High charging efficiency, over 93% higher compared to similar products in this price range; uses cowling to keep itself cool, so there?s no need to worry about overheating
- Output (Max): DC 5V 5.1A; Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, HTC, MP3 players, digital cameras, and PDAs; and all other digital devices with 5V input.
- Certified by RoHS, CE & FCC; high-quality and safe, with protections against overheating, overcurrent, and overcharging. Charging will stop automatically when battery is full.