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Anker USB C Wall Charger, 15W 5V/3A PowerPort C 1 Type C Charge £6.99 Prime / £11.48 Non-Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker USB C Wall Charger, 15W 5V/3A PowerPort C 1 Type C Charge £6.99 Prime / £11.48 Non-Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Need for Speed: Delivers 15W of charging power via USB-C.
Universal Compatibility: Works flawlessly with virtually all mobile USB-C devices, as well as Apple devices using a USB-C to Lightning cable.
Superior Safety: Anker's exclusive MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
Travel Ready: Light, compact design enable effortless portability.
What You Get: PowerPort C 1 wall charger, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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I’m guessing that should be fine for raspberry pi 4?
Would this fast charge ?
arczi1902/03/2020 07:11

I’m guessing that should be fine for raspberry pi 4?


I’m not sure. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 and it is very picky about chargers. The only charger it was working for me properly is the original charger...
Good price but as often is the case you get what you pay for and in this case a low PD rating of 15w which depending on the device will either charge very slow or not be powerful enough for certain laptops etc.
arczi1902/03/2020 07:11

I’m guessing that should be fine for raspberry pi 4?


BenDest02/03/2020 07:52

I’m not sure. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 and it is very picky about chargers. …I’m not sure. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 and it is very picky about chargers. The only charger it was working for me properly is the original charger...


I think it will be fine but make sure you use a cheap USB cable as the expensive ones don't work with the Pi 4, such as amazon.co.uk/gp/…V6/
cheekster02/03/2020 08:46

Good price but as often is the case you get what you pay for and in this …Good price but as often is the case you get what you pay for and in this case a low PD rating of 15w which depending on the device will either charge very slow or not be powerful enough for certain laptops etc.


Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it supports charging thourgh USB C / PD port? 30w enough?
amazon.co.uk/dp/…KQL
mgk02/03/2020 09:14

Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it …Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it supports charging thourgh USB C / PD port? 30w enough?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07GSNZJ8R/ref=psdc_329082031_t3_B07RKV6KQL



Almost all computers that charge via USB-C have a maximum charge speed of 60 watts—the 15-inch MacBook Pro can charge at up to 87 watts, and the 16-inch model maxes out at 96 watts, making them the most noteworthy exceptions.

I’ve seen 60w Power Delivery mentioned on other threads where questions have been asked as to whether particular powerbanks with USB-C PD would work and most replies tend to mention you should really be looking at least 60w otherwise it will be painfully slow or might not even work?

What power rating does it state on the mains charger?
Edited by: "cheekster" 2nd Mar
BenDest02/03/2020 07:52

I’m not sure. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 and it is very picky about chargers. …I’m not sure. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 and it is very picky about chargers. The only charger it was working for me properly is the original charger...


It should work fine with the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Rev 1.2 hardware - in theory!
I'll find out tomorrow
paul_merton02/03/2020 10:22

It should work fine with the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Rev 1.2 hardware - in …It should work fine with the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Rev 1.2 hardware - in theory!I'll find out tomorrow


Where can you order Rev 1.2?
mgk02/03/2020 09:14

Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it …Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it supports charging thourgh USB C / PD port? 30w enough?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07GSNZJ8R/ref=psdc_329082031_t3_B07RKV6KQL


I’m not familiar with this brand but it has a good average rating and isn’t the most expensive USB-C with Power Delivery 60w feature at £21.65 (rrp £29.99):

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
I ordered the below ubs c and a power suppply for £7.65 for my pi: and gives me 30w C and a couple powered USB ports if the spec is true it’s very good price and 7day have it for £20!

CANYON CHA08W wall Charger plug... amazon.co.uk/dp/B07N11P884?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Edited by: "jamhops" 2nd Mar
mgk02/03/2020 09:14

Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it …Any idea what a 13" laptop would need, specs are unclear except it supports charging thourgh USB C / PD port? 30w enough?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07GSNZJ8R/ref=psdc_329082031_t3_B07RKV6KQL


Depends on the make/model, but my Dell XPS 13 charges fine with a generic 30W USB-PD charger. It’s no slower than the original Dell charger.
I use this to charge my Pixel 2 when i'm not home and it detects it as a rapid charger
paul_merton02/03/2020 10:22

It should work fine with the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Rev 1.2 hardware - in …It should work fine with the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Rev 1.2 hardware - in theory!I'll find out tomorrow


Did this work with the pi4 mate, and if yes , which cable works also
Thanks
Geoff_Ford05/03/2020 09:02

Did this work with the pi4 mate, and if yes , which cable works also Thanks


Yep, works fine with the Pi 4 Rev 1.2. It should work with any type of cable, but I'm using an AmazonBasics one.
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