This 100W PD Car Charger is a breakthrough in technology offering high output adapter at an affordable price; Widely used and top rated by people around the world.
- Fast charge** the devices (phone, tablet, laptop/MacBook etc.) upto 100W that support the following fast charging protocols and the adapter power outputs.
- PD 3.0 and 2.0, Apple 2.4A, PPS
- Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0/2.0, Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging
- Huawei FCP and SCP
- and many more
- Intelligent chip with the safe charging feature. It protects the devices from short circuit, over voltage/current, over temperature/charge and equipped with fireproof material.
- Wide compatibility ** - It is compatible with various mobile phones, tablets, car GPS, devices notebooks, earphones etc.
- Durable - ABS + Aluminium Ally + Copper material which firmly locks the adapter to the cigarette lighter port and prevents the damage during transportation.
** For fast charging, the device, charging USB cable and the car voltage output all should support the above mentioned fast charging protocols and Volts/Amps should be within the supported range. Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have technical / general queries.
Output (PD/USB-C): 5V-5A, 9V-5A, 12V-5A, 15V-5A, 20V-5A (Max)
Output (USB-A): 5V-3A, 9V-2A, 12V-1.5A
Output (QC + PD): (i.e. when both the ports are used)
- USB-A - 5V-3A, 9V-2A, 12V-1.5A (Max)
- PD - 5V-3A, 9V-3A, 12V-3A, 15V-3A, 20V-2.25A (Max)
In case your device (e.g. laptop) is not charging you can check/try the following
- Check the PD cable capacity - 100W charging requires 100W PD Cable. Try replacing the cable preferably with a shorter length.
- Plugin the adapter in another car and try charging
- Identify the charging light colour of the adapter - white indicates 5V charging, Blue indicates fast charging at 9V/12V and Green indicates PD charging at higher voltages (e.g. 15V, 20V).
- Identify what is the minimum watts/volts required for charging your laptop and try the troubleshooting steps for laptop charging issues.
- Identify the rated watts and running battery voltage of your vehicle and check the battery condition.
- Portable USB testers (like the one used in our video) can help to know the charging volts/Amps and some testers even come with PD trigger functions at different voltages.
This charger is made by an ISO certified manufacturer who is behind many well-known brands in the world. Aussie Gadgets tests most of the products in our lab before we list for sale.