Universal 12 Volt Mobile Phone Charger + 7 Plugs




12 Volt DC to 6 Volt DC Voltage Converter with On/Off Switch

2.5 metre long lead with Sundaya D-plug on 12V input end and 1.2mm DC Plug (male) on 6V output end. Includes 7 adaptor plugs for the most common mobile phones. See PDF in 'Downloads' tab for applicable phones!
To minimise power use, the phone charger should be switched off once the phone is charged.

Nominal Voltage Input: 6-40V DC
Rated Current Output: 550 mA
Electrical Efficiency: 85%
Reverse Polarity Protection: Yes
Overload Protection: Yes
On-state LED: Yes
Short Circuit Protection: Yes
Materials: ABS (fire retardant)
Cable Length: 2.5 metre

General Information about Mobile phones

A typical mobile phone has a 10 W/h battery and is designed to charge over 3 hours. A Nokia 3310 used 5W while charging and 1 watt once charged. A Telstra ZTE used about 3.3 W while charging. Another phone with a 12V car charger used between 0.21 and 0.15 amps @ 12 volts and took around 5 hours to charge. So, on average, a mobile phone uses 10- 15 W/h to charge. Based on anecdotal feedback, people need to recharge their phone perhaps as often as daily or as little as weekly. Typical phone battery capacity is 2400 mA/h.

The power used will vary a lot depending on many factors including:
- Type of phone; size, quality and age of the battery;
- usage pattern;
- distance from base station (a weak signal uses more power to compensate);
- time spent searching in poor reception area.

Read more about Power Usage of Mobile Phones.

Weight: 0.3 Kilograms
Code: SUN-AC210
Price: $15.00


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