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5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable

5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze
5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze
5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze
  • 5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze
  • 5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze
  • 5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable-Robocraze

5V 2A ERD Adapter with Micro USB cable

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  • Universal US 5V 2A Micro Port USB Cable Charger Power Adapter
  • This is a US mains 5V 2A charger which is suit for most kinds of tablet PC.
  • Portable universal power adapter charger for tablet PC.
  • Safe and Easy to use and carry.
  • Elegant and compact design.
  • Small and light, easy to take away when at home or traveling.
  • High Efficiency & Low Energy Consumption Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B / ORPi 2 Model B / RPi B+ / A+

5V 2A ERD Power Adapter

This is an ERD fast charger adapter with 5V 2A capacity. ERD chargers comes with smart chip to protect your device from Short Circuit & Overload. They are compatible with Raspberry Pi boards for charging and connectivity. 

The Power Adapter offers fast, efficient charging at home, in the office, or on the go.

5V/2A Ac-DC Adapter with micro USB cable (TC-70) can be used to charge a mobile phones or other small electronic devices via USB connection (2A) simultaneously. Universal compatibility with a wide range of devices like Smart Phones, Tablet PC, iPhone, iPad, MP4 Players, PSP, GPS, Bluetooth devices, Raspberry PI etc.

Applications:

  • Used in Charging Android Phones and Mobile phones
  • Can be used to transfer file within two devices like Tablet PC, iPhone, iPad, MP4 Players
  • Can be used in PSP, GPS, Bluetooth devices, Raspberry PI etc.
  • Can be used as Power Cable in Development Boards

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 5V 2A ERD Adapter
  • 1 x Charging Cable

Specifications:

Operating Voltage  5V 
Current  2A
Compatibility  Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi Zero
Dimensions  5 x 4 x 3cms 
Weight  50 grams

1. Is ERD charger good for Phone?

  • Yes, ERD Adapters are multipurpose charging adapters which can be used in any devices which require 5V 2A charger. ERD Charger can be used with all types of mobile phones, development boards, electronic devices etc. It is always a good idea to use a charger that is designed for the specific device you are charging and that meets the device's charging requirements.

2. What is 5V 2A charger?

  • A 5V 2A charger is a device that is used to charge batteries or power electronic devices. The "5V" part of the designation refers to the output voltage of the charger, which is 5 volts. The "2A" part of the designation refers to the output current of the charger, which is 2 amperes. Output voltage and current are important characteristics of a charger, as they determine the amount of power that the charger can provide to a device.

3. How many watts is 5V and 2A?

  • To determine the wattage of a device or charger, you need to know both the output voltage and the output current. The wattage of a device or charger can be calculated using the following formula:
    • Wattage (W) = Voltage (V) x Current (I)
  • In the case of a 5V 2A charger, the wattage can be calculated as follows:
    • Wattage (W) = 5V x 2A = 10W
  • Therefore, a 5V 2A charger has a wattage of 10 watts. It is important to note that the wattage of a charger or device indicates the amount of power it can provide or consume. A higher wattage indicates a higher power capability, and a lower wattage indicates a lower power capability.

4. Can I use a 5V 1A charger with a 5V 2A device?

  • No, it is not recommended to use a charger with a lower output current than the device is designed for. Using a charger with a lower output current than the device requires can result in a slower charging time, as the device will not be able to draw as much current as it is designed for. For example, if you try to use a 5V 1A charger with a 5V 2A device, the device will not be able to draw as much current as it is designed for, and it may take longer to charge. This could potentially cause the device to charge improperly or to become damaged over time. It is always a good idea to use a charger with the same or higher output current as the device is designed for. This will ensure that the device is able to charge at its intended rate and will help to prevent damage to the device or the charger.