GaN 65W USB-C wall charger
Original GaN Technology charger from ENERON
The ENERON charger based on GaN technology is a revolution in chargers!
It is an innovative solution based on gallium nitride as a semiconductor. This allows you to design a smaller and compact charger, maintaining its stable operation and even enabling much faster charging!
GaN microprocessors are extremely energy-efficient and incredibly efficient.
Fully versatile and compact device!
Thanks to the USB-C and USB ports used, the charger is fully compatible with any laptop / phone that has a USB-C power adapter socket and does not need more than 65W,
- Model: GAN
- Color: black
- Number of ports: 3
- Input power: 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A
- Output power / Total output: 65W
- Output power:
- USB-C - 5v/3a, 9v/3a, 12v/3a, 15v/3a, 20v/3.25a
- USB-A - 4.5v/5a, 5v/4.5a, 3.6-6v/3a, 6-9v/2a, 9-12v/1.5a
Design: there are more components inside the GaN microprocessor, which means they can be placed closer together; This also results in more usable space, while reducing the size of the charger
Speed: a characteristic feature of gallium nitride is the ability to "transport" energy faster, resulting in faster charging
Safety: this material has a much higher heat resistance than silicon. In general, a greater amount of current corresponds to a lower superheat (compared to silicon)
Versatility: Another advantage of this type of charger is that they can charge all mobile devices via USB Type-C or USB Type A using Quick Charge 3.0 and 4.0+ protocols
Strength: Because it is more resistant, the service life of the GaN charger is longer.
In the set you get:
- Tasteful and Compact Charger ENERON GaN 65W
Solidly and safely packed product.
There is no USB-C/USB-C/USB-A cable in the presented offer. The price applies to the charger itself. If you do not have such a cable, you can buy it from us, using the BUY IN SET option in the frame above the description of the goods,
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