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Tripp Lite 5-Port USB Charging Station - 4 USB-A Auto-Sensing & 1 USB-C PD 3.0, USB-IF Certified, 110W Max

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  • Tripp Lite
  • 37634533
  • U280-005-WS4C1
  • In Stock
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At home or in the office, this USB charging station provides enough power and ports to keep your devices at 100% capacity. No more peering behind furniture to find an available outlet or unplugging one device to charge another. This compact charging station charges up to five devices at the same time, including smartphones, tablets, MacBooks, Chromebooks and Amazon Kindles, at a maximum of 110W. It doesn’t require a computer, so you can take it anywhere AC power is available.

Four BC 1.2-compliant USB-A ports are split into two banks, each capable of delivering up to 5V 2.4A (12W) of power—enough for fast-charging smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Built-in auto-sensing lets the port detect the connected device and automatically adjust the required power level accordingly for optimum charge and compatibility. For devices that are even more powerful, the USB-C port provides up to 20V 4.3A (86W) for battery-intensive devices like the MacBook Pro or Chromebook Pixel. The USB-C port supports PD 3.0 Charging, which is up to four times faster than conventional USB charging.

This cable meets the high standards of USB-IF (USB Implementers Forum, Inc.), a non-profit organization consisting of companies that developed the USB specification. Receiving USB-IF certification means the U280-005-WS4C1 meets the industry’s highest environmental, mechanical and electrical standards. It operates with your USB peripherals, adapters and cables with top efficiency and safety.

To charge your USB devices, simply plug the included four-foot power cord into any standard AC outlet, and connect your devices to the available USB ports. The charger protects against overheating, overcurrent and overcharging—in fact, it stops charging as soon as your devices’ batteries reach capacity.