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What are the electrical specifications? (GmbH)

Posted by Malte Trampert on

What are the electrical specifications? (GmbH)

The ALLDOCK is safety certified for North American Power Requirements           Normal Size Input: AC 110V-240V 50-60Hz1.5ASingle output: DC Max 5V/2.4ATotal output: DC Max 5V/9.6A Family Size Input: AC 110V-240V 50-60Hz1.5A SSingle output: DC Max 5V/2.4ATotal output: DC Max 5V/14.4A     NO-LOAD CONSUMPTION SCORE CHART Five Stars = Most Energy EfficientALLDOCK - 4 and 6 USB-Charger: It can reach the 5 stars.After tests, the NO-LOAD power is less than 0.03W.

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Why Your iPhone or iPad Is Saying “This Cable or Accessory Is Not Certified” (GmbH)

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Why Your iPhone or iPad Is Saying “This Cable or Accessory Is Not Certified” (GmbH)

Apple’s iPhones and iPads use its own Lightning connector for charging and data transmission. You can purchase third-party cables and accessories, but they must be certified. (MFi) If a cable or accessory wasn’t certified by Apple, you’ll see a warning message when you connect it.  It must be understood that this message is generated from the cable itself and has nothing to do with the operation of the ALLDOCK charging HUB. Note also all cables for purchase on the ALLDOCK website are certified and of a high quality to carry the 2.4A of charging power. Apple offers an “MFi Certification...

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What does it look like inside the ALLDOCK? (GmbH)

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What does it look like inside the ALLDOCK? (GmbH)

If you take the top off the ALLDOCK and look inside you will see a USB Charger Block bolted into the base. A 4 port Charger in the medium ALLDOCK and 6 ports in the large ALLDOCK Medium 4 Port ALLDOCK Family 6 Port ALLDOCK Your ALLDOCK is supplied with the device cables that are included in the package. You can also simply install your own cables or choose additional solutions from our range. One-hand docking   

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What charging cable system should I purchase? (GmbH)

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What charging cable system should I purchase? (GmbH)

So you have decided that you want to add new cables to your ALLDOCK. You have a number of options: 1. What type of devices to I want to charge in the ALLDOCK?  If your answer is APPLE then you will require MFi Certified Apple Cables. If you have Android devices then you will require Micro Cables. We also have C-Type Cables for the most recently launched Android & Apple iPad Devices . 2. One Hand Docking Our one hand docking is a unique system of cable management. The adapter allows you to secure your cable within your ALLDOCK and...

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How does Wireless Charging Work? (GmbH)

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How does Wireless Charging Work? (GmbH)

You’ve probably heard something about wireless charging already. More and more devices have come out which support this technology and allow you to charge your phone without cables. You will probably also have heard terms such as Qi, induction and wireless coils. This article will explain what Wireless Charging exactly is.  Explaining often heard terms Let’s start by shortly explaining some terms to take away the confusion about wireless charging, or induction charging.  Induction Charging – This is the physical principle upon which wireless charging is based. When someone speaks about wireless charging, they are automatically also speaking about induction charging. Qi...

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