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How to tell the difference of a Fast charging adaptor and a Normal adaptor

(Topic created on: 06-29-2021 02:28 PM)
shintaro39
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Hi guys, today I'll be showing you how to know the difference between a Fast charging adaptor and a Normal Adaptor. Let us begin.

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Left: Fast charging adaptorRight: Normal Adaptor
The first thing is always been the looks the Fast charging adaptor would say 'Adaptive Fast Charging' on it, while the Normal adaptor does not have any label on it.


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Left: Fast charging adaptorRight: Normal adaptor

Another way you can tell the difference is the output of the adaptor shown on the adaptor itself. The fast charging adaptor's output is 9.0 V while the normal adaptor's output is 5.0 V.

I hope this will help you tell the difference between the 2 adaptors in future. Please like and share this if you find this helpful. Thank you

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MichaelDing9995
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Very useful information, Nice 😊
Impurplelover
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Wow great info 👍🏻!

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PenangMan
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Good information, sir!
To top up the information:
Old phone charger normally come with 5V 1A(or below). Slightly faster charging power will be 5V2A. There 2 charging speed are safe, not generate much heat and prolonged battery life.

Modern fast charger usually comes with higher charge power (more than 5V and 2A) which provide faster charging speed (and also generate more heat to the battery itself)