- USB IF POWER BRICK CERTIFIED:27W Power Delivery USB Type C Car Charger passed the rigorous test by USB compliance standard. No more worries about damaging your device, it's fast and safe to provide you with the best possible performance.
- USB IF Certified Type-C 27W capable cable features a next-generation Type-C connector with a new design that is fully reversible. This allows you to plug in without fail, regardless of how you are holding and inserting the cable.
- Additional standard USB A port allows you to Charge Non-USBC devices at FULL speed simultaneously with Type-C combined 27W(Shared by 3 ports: 15W, 12W smart )
- Compatible with tablets and smartphones with a USB Type-C connector, such as iPhone12/12Pro/11/11Pro/Xs/Xs Max/Xr,iPad, AirPods,Samsung Galaxy S21/S20/S10, Note, LG, Lenovo, OnePlus, Huawei, Sony, Google Pixel (USB-A to Lightning Cable is NOT included)
- Certified by RoHS, CE & FCC, USB-IF; High-quality fireproof material & anti-oxidation aluminum pull tab; No radio loss in your car or effect to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi devices.
How long is the usb c cable?
Is the intergrated type-c cable following usb type c standards? benson didnt review this charger, i'm weary if the cabels uses the correct resistors
Yes and no. The app 'Ampere' reports a max current of 1500mA, so I think it's a USB type-C connector on a legacy cable - no different than putting a compliant USB-A to type-C cable on a standard charger. I think Benson was primarily reviewing USB-A to type-C cables, of which a lot report 3000mA capacity incorrectly.
Does this turbo charge?
Yes it does. The USB attached to the charger I have not used. But the charger itself does turbo charge.
What is the output from the type-c cable? does it do 5v/2.4a or 5v/3a?
for integrated type-c cable, it's 5v/3A （max）
Is this the updated version that does not heat up and melt?
Yes, the updated version built with extra over-current protection. (limiting the charging current up to 3.3-3.5A)
Will this work for the LG g7?
Yes. just 5V/3A charging, not PD charging.
Is the usb type-a additional port (supports up to 2.4a) compatible with iphone 6? (which draws 2.1a) - i guess will it hurt my iphone?
"supports up to 2.4a" that doesn't mean it always puts out that much current. I means 2.4a is maximum it can produce. If a phone draws 2.1a that's what the charger provides.