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Convenient Charging: USB-C input/output port charges your USB-C devices or recharges the power bank at 5V 3A. Standard USB port charges your other devices at up to 5V 2.4A with AiPower Adaptive Charging Technology. Total power output of 15W3306764.jpg
  • 10000mAh of Power: Fully charge your 12.9-inch iPad Pro 0.7 times, iPhone XS 3 times, or Samsung Galaxy Note 9 2 times
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  • Safety Features: Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging
  • Package Contents: AUKEY PB-XN10 10000mAh USB-C Power Bank, Micro-USB Cable, User Manual, 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty Card


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I need a new one, but no PD = no heat from me
phox09/10/2019 16:11

I need a new one, but no PD = no heat from me


The op didn't ask you to put heat!
phox09/10/2019 16:11

I need a new one, but no PD = no heat from me


PD?
GrantD09/10/2019 16:37

PD?


USB Power Delivery, it's the tech that makes things charge faster
This is an excellent price for a decent brand, heat added!
phox09/10/2019 16:40

USB Power Delivery, it's the tech that makes things charge faster


Before someone says quickcharge, that tech also makes things charge faster but PD can go even faster, like 100W power-your-laptop fast.
CampGareth09/10/2019 21:45

Before someone says quickcharge, that tech also makes things charge faster …Before someone says quickcharge, that tech also makes things charge faster but PD can go even faster, like 100W power-your-laptop fast.


QuickCharge is prohibited by Google now, and it's not long before it's eliminated, especially with the damage it causes
Anything like this but with 1 USB c and 2 usb a? Possibly with QC as well.
phox09/10/2019 16:11

I need a new one, but no PD = no heat from me


Yeah, it's completely pointless to have USB-C ports without USB-PD for fast charging support.
Jijin209/10/2019 21:57

Anything like this but with 1 USB c and 2 usb a? Possibly with QC as well.


QC is bad
Ordered thanks
phox09/10/2019 21:49

QuickCharge is prohibited by Google now, and it's not long before it's …QuickCharge is prohibited by Google now, and it's not long before it's eliminated, especially with the damage it causes


Think you might have misunderstood some things. It's the USB IF (whole bunch of companies, not just Google) who decide these things. QC3 and below weren't liked by the USB IF because it does some basic checks (is there a voltage coming from the device on the data pins?) then sent higher voltages over the power pins of a 4 pin USB connector, so in theory you could put a resistor in the wrong place and get 20V when you weren't expecting it and fry your device. QC3 isn't banned though, just disliked. While PD is safer because it relies on actual communication, the only way QC3 is dangerous is if your cables are completely broken to the point where the wires are shorting, and at that point your charger should shut down.
CampGareth10/10/2019 07:36

Think you might have misunderstood some things. It's the USB IF (whole …Think you might have misunderstood some things. It's the USB IF (whole bunch of companies, not just Google) who decide these things. QC3 and below weren't liked by the USB IF because it does some basic checks (is there a voltage coming from the device on the data pins?) then sent higher voltages over the power pins of a 4 pin USB connector, so in theory you could put a resistor in the wrong place and get 20V when you weren't expecting it and fry your device. QC3 isn't banned though, just disliked. While PD is safer because it relies on actual communication, the only way QC3 is dangerous is if your cables are completely broken to the point where the wires are shorting, and at that point your charger should shut down.


From the Android CDD:

[SR] STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to not support proprietary charging methods that modify Vbus voltage beyond default levels, or alter sink/source roles as such may result in interoperability issues with the chargers or devices that support the standard USB Power Delivery methods. While this is called out as "STRONGLY RECOMMENDED", in future Android versions we might REQUIRE all type-C devices to support full interoperability with standard type-C chargers.

It's not yet mandatory, just strongly recommended

You're misinformed however, QuickCharge puts excessive voltage on the e-marker power lines, which burns the chip, NathanK has done a fair few videos on this
phox10/10/2019 08:58

From the Android CDD:[SR] STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to not support proprietary …From the Android CDD:[SR] STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to not support proprietary charging methods that modify Vbus voltage beyond default levels, or alter sink/source roles as such may result in interoperability issues with the chargers or devices that support the standard USB Power Delivery methods. While this is called out as "STRONGLY RECOMMENDED", in future Android versions we might REQUIRE all type-C devices to support full interoperability with standard type-C chargers.It's not yet mandatory, just strongly recommendedYou're misinformed however, QuickCharge puts excessive voltage on the e-marker power lines, which burns the chip, NathanK has done a fair few videos on this


Jeez I see what you mean. Non-compliant QC chargers (no way to tell which are or aren't) using USB C do some really dumb stuff like instead of supplying 5V on the negotiation pins and 20V on the power pins they supply 20V on all the pins.

On the flip side I've had USB PD devices fail, one of them was a battery that just kept heating up because once it was charged it 'forgot' to stop charging at 20V. Fun.

Moral of the story is don't skimp on chargers and buy from reputable manufacturers.
CampGareth10/10/2019 19:04

Jeez I see what you mean. Non-compliant QC chargers (no way to tell which …Jeez I see what you mean. Non-compliant QC chargers (no way to tell which are or aren't) using USB C do some really dumb stuff like instead of supplying 5V on the negotiation pins and 20V on the power pins they supply 20V on all the pins. On the flip side I've had USB PD devices fail, one of them was a battery that just kept heating up because once it was charged it 'forgot' to stop charging at 20V. Fun. Moral of the story is don't skimp on chargers and buy from reputable manufacturers.


All QC chargers are non-compliant
Doesn't ship to Northern Ireland 😪
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