Are you looking for a USB adapter for your smartphone or tablet, we have various types of USB charger in stock. For charging your mobile you can choose a 1 ampere (1000 mA) USB charger. If you want to charge a tablet, you can buy a USB charger that can supply 2.1 amps (2100 mA). This USB charger is also suitable for charging your phone. If you want to charge multiple devices simultaneously, choose a USB charger with multiple outputs. Each type states how much power can be supplied per output.
List of Best USB Chargers:
Uses of USB charger
Since the introduction of the iPod, smartphone and tablet, USB has not only been used for data transfer between a laptop, PC and peripherals. This connection to smartphone and tablet is also used to charge the internal battery. By using it for both data transfer and battery charging, a smartphone only needs one central USB connection. A smartphone or tablet can be charged via a PC or hub, but it is more convenient to buy a USB charger that you use separately for this.
A standard USB 2.0 connection to a laptop or PC can supply a maximum of 0.5 amps (500 mA) of charging current. In addition, it is not always convenient to plug the cable from your smartphone into a port of your PC or laptop. In addition, many laptops and PCs that are in standby switch off the port so that your smartphone or tablet does not charge. It is much more convenient to have a separate USB charger that you can use wherever a power outlet is available to charge the battery of your smartphone or tablet.
A USB Charger for your Smartphone
The most common and simplest USB charger for charging a smartphone is the single charger with an output current of 1000 mA (milliamps). This is equal to 1 ampere. This charger is equipped with a Universal Serial Bus connection where you can insert the charging cable of your smartphone. We also sell loose charging cords in various lengths and colors. Do you often lose your charging cable? Then a charger with the cord attached is a solution.
When buying a separate charging cord or charger with which the cord is attached, pay attention to the correct connection. If you have an Android device, you almost always need a cord with a micro plug. If you have an Apple device, you need a cable with a Lightning plug. A number of modern devices are equipped with a USB-C connection. For these devices you need a cord with a Universal Serial Bus type C plug. If your device is suitable for fast charging, it is worth investing in a USB-C charger that provides sufficient power so that your device can use its fast charging function.
Choosing a USB Charger for your Tablet
A tablet has a larger screen, so that a tablet uses more energy. That is why manufacturers choose to build a larger battery in a tablet. If you charge this battery with a normal smartphone charger, the charging will take a lot longer. To solve this problem, manufacturers have devised a technique in which the tablet battery can be charged faster. This technique consists of a charger that can provide more than twice as much power compared to the standard smartphone charger and can charge a battery with 2100 mA (2.1 amps).
To distinguish between a standard charger that can supply 1000 mA and a tablet charger that can supply 2100 mA, the charger transmits via a Universal Serial Bus cable to a connected device that the charger can supply the higher current. It is up to the connected device whether or not it is used. A smartphone will charge on a tablet charger with the maximum standard current of 1 ampere, while a tablet will charge with 2.1 ampere. If you want to charge a tablet, choose a charger that can deliver an output current of 2100 mA.
Special USB Chargers
In addition to the standard mains chargers, you will also find various types of USB charger with extra options. The power strip with built-in charger ensures that you can easily charge your smartphone and tablet without occupying a socket. If you would like to charge via an outlet that already has a plug, choose the intermediate plug with built-in USB charger. Remove the plug from the socket. Insert the plug into the socket and then the plug into the plug.
It is also possible to charge your smartphone in the car, boat or caravan, via the 12 or 24 volt on-board network. We have listed different two types of USB chargers. If you have a standard 12 volt socket in your car, boat or caravan, you can use the USB plug charger. If there is no connection available, you can easily make one yourself by mounting a USB built-in charger. This type can be connected to both a 12 and a 24 volt breadnet and has two Universal Serial Bus connections. One that can supply 1 A for charging your smartphone and one that can supply 2.1 A for charging your tablet.