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British General 900 Series 13A 2-gang Sp Switched Socket + 4.2a 2-outlet Usb Charger With Inserts - £9.99 + Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix
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British General 900 Series 13A 2-gang Sp Switched Socket + 4.2a 2-outlet Usb Charger With Inserts - £9.99 + Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix

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3412327.jpgWhite moulded socket with 2 USB charging ports. Features angled, in-line terminals and includes backed-out captive screws for easy installation. Ideal for charging iPads, iPhones, tablets, mobiles, cameras, MP3s and many more devices.

  • Raised Square Profile
  • Screwed Faceplate
  • Requires 25mm Back Box
  • Angled In-Line Terminals with Captive Screws
  • Type A & C USB
  • Outboard Rockers
  • Auto-Detects Smart USB & Adjusts Charging Pattern
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I'm always wary of installing some of these at home. How good are they in terms of not risking damage to an expensive piece of electrical equipment?
I’m a complete novice with this sort of thing but I managed to install a different one to this with two regular USB ports and I’ve been using it ever since without any problems.

I’ve been charging my pebble watch and wireless headphones mainly but they both charge up just fine.
What would be the wattage rating at which the USB-C port would charge at? E.g. Would it charge a 16" MacBook Pro which normally uses a 91W USB-C AC Adapter?
Zoom700025/02/2020 01:57

What would be the wattage rating at which the USB-C port would charge at? …What would be the wattage rating at which the USB-C port would charge at? E.g. Would it charge a 16" MacBook Pro which normally uses a 91W USB-C AC Adapter?


Both on the Screwfix website and the back of the socket it states USB C output of 5v. So the max wattage it could be would 5v x 3A = 15watts so wouldn't be suitable for charging a Macbook.
inspectorhector25/02/2020 04:02

Both on the Screwfix website and the back of the socket it states USB C …Both on the Screwfix website and the back of the socket it states USB C output of 5v. So the max wattage it could be would 5v x 3A = 15watts so wouldn't be suitable for charging a Macbook.


Well, it will charge, but very slowly, and definitely not when in use.
Spence111525/02/2020 07:26

Well, it will charge, but very slowly, and definitely not when in use.


I think my reply covered that but thanks for the insight
looks like its £12.99 now!
There is one for 12.99 with 3 x usb, but if you buy 2 or more they drop to £8
Edited by: "chinese_dude" 3rd Mar
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