IDAPT i4 - Cargador (1.6 m, 85 - 240 V, 0.2 A, 13 W, Negro, 169 x 135 x 32 mm)
Descripción del producto
AC adaptador, salida de corriente: 0.2 A
Batería incorporada: N
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Compatibilidad del cargador: Cámara digital, Gaming controls, Auriculares, Teléfono Móvil, MP3, MP4, PDA, Consola de juegos portátil, Tablet
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 169 x 135 x 32 mm
Listo para iPod: Y
Longitud cable alimentación: 1.6 m
Peso: 300 g
Potencia máxima: 13 W
Productos compatibles: -
Tipo de cargdor: Interior
Tipo de fuente de poder: AC
Voltaje de entrada: 85 - 240 V
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It came with six tips (for charging lot of random devices) which is a boon (for charging a occasion nokia etc) when friends come over. The only gripe I have is the there is no place to store the charging tips and hence there is a chance of misplacing the extra tips. It would have been nice if there was a way to plug the non-charging tips in the box for storage as well.
Overall am very happy with the product and would highly recommend it.
I placed the station in a central location and explained its purpose. I can't explain how surprised I was when I got up one morning and all the stations were actually occupied. It's modular design allows easy substitution for every charging tip you can imagine. The 6 tips that came with the device met all our needs although there are many more available. The additional USB 2amp built in plug works great for the iPad. The kids thought it was cool!
My only complaint is that you must manually turn the entire station off from a switch located conveniently on the top when it's not in use. I know there must be a "Green" solution to this and the wasted energy it uses just sitting there. All the individual ports glow when the station is on. But if it is entirely off and you plug in a device you wouldn't know that. And the device would continue to drain, I suspect. ( I know it sure wont charge!) Thus the lack of the fifth star.
The phones/devices we used were easily placed on the station and stayed in place once plugged in. They were easily removed. Obviously, some devices charge from the side and others the bottom. When there were three devices- an android phone, an old flip phone and an iPhone 4- placed on the station, with an IPad plugged in to the USB port, all charged promptly and did not interfere with each other physically. With its small footprint I would have thought that the various designs might have excluded another from plugging in. Kinda like the big bases plugged into a power strip- some cover up plug outlets you might otherwise wish to use. Not so with this design.
Everyone has now converted to the new iPhone, three of us anyway. And the kids are at school. So I await the availability of the new "Lightning" ports for the station. Hopefully before the Holidays and a houseful of kids and iPhones. Though unused presently except for the occasional Kindle charge and use of the USB port, I will definitely purchase the new tips and hope it is used as it was last summer. Overall, it is a great product.
The device arrived on time, the packaging was perfect, but when I plugged the device and tried to start charging my devices I found that one slot does not light-up and does not work at all!
The second slot where I attached the iPod piece does not charge or even changes the colour of the light to red, so it does not connect and charge the device!
I paid for a multi charging station only to be able to charge one device! How disappointing, especially that I highly recommended the IDAPT I4 charging station before!
I would very much like to send it back but since I had to ship it to europe through a forwarding company, it would cost me more that to just throw it away!
Cons: No LED status light for the USB charging port on the side of the base. The LED status lights turn from green to red when a device is charging but they don't seem to change back to green (or amber or any other color) when charging completes, even though the device indicates that the battery is 100% charged. The power switch is actuated by a cantilevered piece of plastic, i.e., pressing the piece of plastic downward eventually clicks the switch on or off. The switch button isn't part of the power switch itself. This switch design seems very cheap. Hopefully, the plastic cantilever doesn't fatigue and break off where it is attached to the top of the base.
Note: My unit says that the USB port is rated at 5.4V/1A, in contrast to one of the other reviews that claims that the USB port supplies 2A. The three charging tips on top of the base are rated to supply 5.4V/800mA each.