3.8 / 5.0169 ReviewsDurability4.1 / 5Reliability4.1 / 5Performance4.0 / 5Ease Of Use4.4 / 5Value3.8 / 5Would You Recommend?Yes (116)No (36)Durability5 / 5Reliability5 / 5Performance5 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value5 / 5Would You Recommend?YesGreat PowerPointThis thing fits a Cessna PowerPoint perfectly and stays secure even in turbulence. Being able to read the system voltage is a nice feature as a backupOctober 24, 2019Purchased
1 month agoDurability5 / 5Reliability5 / 5Performance5 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value5 / 5Would You Recommend?YesGreat usb power. Others I have tried put static noise on the radio transmissions, this unit is noise free!October 18, 2019Purchased
1 month agoDurability1 / 5Reliability3 / 5Performance4 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value3 / 5Would You Recommend?YesDidn't Last LongProduct performed as advertised and created no interference with aircraft radios which is why I bought it. However, after one year of use it simply fell apart and would not stay together.October 9, 2019Durability2 / 5Reliability2 / 5Performance1 / 5Ease Of Use4 / 5Value1 / 5Would You Recommend?NoDisplay not readableAfter receiving the charger, i pulled my airplane out to give it a test flight. i plugged it in, and couldn't see anything on the display. The sun was out, but the display was well shaded. i put the plane back in the hangar to begin troubleshooting my electrical system. Tried the charger in my truck first. There i noticed the display was indeed light, but extremely dim. Returned to my airplane in the hangar, and found it was working there too, just too dim to be seen. i then took the test flight, and it seemed to work fine with both my Ipad and Stratus plugged in, but couldn't see a thing on the display. This is why i bought it, for the display. Extremely disappointed. Don't know about the durability or reliability yet.September 25, 2019Durability1 / 5Reliability4 / 5Performance5 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value1 / 5Would You Recommend?YesFell apartWorks well, but when I pulled the USB plug from the charger, the guts of the charger came out with the plug. I would’ve considered gluing it back together, but I couldn’t find all the pieces. Cheaply made product. Unfortunately not much out there otherwise. I’m forced to buy another one. I emailed customer support, but got no reply. If you purchase, be very gentle with this tinker toy.August 23, 2019Durability3 / 5Reliability3 / 5Performance3 / 5Ease Of Use2 / 5Value2 / 5Would You Recommend?NoLED is not readable in daylightLed display is too low. I cannot read it in daylight.
It charges fine.August 18, 2019Purchased
3 months agoDurability5 / 5Reliability5 / 5Performance2 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value2 / 5Would You Recommend?NoDisplays are too dim with high light levels in the cockpit. Needs to have a very bright display as I can’t read it with. Bending down to what says the voltage isAugust 13, 2019Purchased
3 months agoDurability2 / 5Reliability3 / 5Performance5 / 5Ease Of Use5 / 5Value1 / 5Would You Recommend?NoNOT Made To LastThe charger works great, but it’s made very cheap. The quality should make the price half of what it actually cost. I predict the cheaply made front casing face to fall off soon. For the cost, the product should be manufactured with a higher quality in mind.August 11, 2019Purchased
3 months agoDurability1 / 5Reliability4 / 5Performance4 / 5Ease Of Use4 / 5Value3 / 5Would You Recommend?NoFell apart on the first removal from the lighter socket. Had to reassemble and glue together again. Works good but poor qualityJuly 30, 2019Purchased
1 year agoDurability4 / 5Reliability4 / 5Performance5 / 5Ease Of Use4 / 5Value4 / 5Would You Recommend?YesDon't Fly Without ItThe display adds no real value for me and low-voltage alert is annoying before and after engine shutdown. However this is the best 2-port charger I’ve ever owned. Nothing beats landing with all of your devices charged and ready for ground duty.July 17, 2019Purchased
1 year ago
- Question and Answer
Browse 30 questions Browse 30 questions and 45 answersIf the DC input is listed as 12v to 24v, and since airplanes with a 24v battery use 28v internally, won't such an airplane exceed the specs of the device? [On July 3 I had smoke in the cockpit during flight when another brand USB charger started overheating and melting. Proper specs and high quality are necessary in the cockpit environment.]BEST ANSWER: This device is designed to work with both 24V and 12 V aircraft system.Will this unit cause noise on my radios?BEST ANSWER: It should not cause noise on the radios.What voltage will it work with?BEST ANSWER: This unit will work with both 12 and 24 volt systems.Has anyone tested this with an IPAD running Foreflight on long flights? My other 2A chargers don't keep up.BEST ANSWER: I have used this device many times now with my iPad Air running the Garmin Pilot app in a Skylane. It performs as specified delivering 2.4 amps from each output which will keep both devices connected fully charged indefinitely. One possible negative is that on a 12vdc source it will beep continuously. BTW, I had previously used 3 different Dual 2.4 USB Cigarette Lighter Chargers #6588A. Each of them only delivered 1.0 amps per output and therefore unable to hold a charge on a single iPad which would eventual die on a long flight.The charger for a garmin 696 will work. My car charger for my iPhone won't. Will this work?BEST ANSWER: What are you trying to charge?Has this been tested for EMI that degrades performance of avionics, especially, but not limited to, GPS navigators?BEST ANSWER: In my experience it has not caused any issues. The only surprise to me was a "Beep" indictating high current drain on the battery during engine start. I am flying an A36 with IO550 and standard starter.Does this unit have an internal fuse? if so, what is the amp rating?BEST ANSWER: This charger does not have a fuse, but uses a built in "smart circuit" design that protects from overcharging and aslo over current.Today with 26.3 V connected, external power, to my 24 V airplane, all was well until I connected my iPad. Shortly after I got a red blinking warning along with constant beeping. The iPad was drawing about 2 amps, same as it did in my 12-14V truck with no warning. My airplane system usually runs close to 28V in flight. So, 26.3V... Too much or too little?BEST ANSWER: 26.3 volts would be too low to charge a "24V" battery. If you are not experiencing progressive battery discharge with your airplane, most likely you have a voltage drop with the circuits between the battery and the phone charger.
First make sure cigarette-lighter socket is clean, and the phone charger is snug when plugged-in. Next possible problem would be the connection behind the cig-socket, then the circuit breaker, followed by the master switch.
Similar things to check with the car, (except the master and circuit breaker).
Mine works without beeping in my car, but beeps in my brothers' van during engine start.
In a typical rental plane, mine beeps when cutting the alternator breaker when checking the charging system during runup.
Note- try cleaning the cig-sockets with a small wire-brush, BUT, make sure master is OFF! - Otherwise you'll short-out the lighter circuit, and with the car, you should disconnect one of the battery terminals...does this work in a 310's. 24 volt cig plug in and safe for ipadz?BEST ANSWER: Yes, this will work with both 12 and 24 Volts.Will this device work in 1968 piper cherokee 140/160 airplane?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will work in the Piper Cherokee.I'm from Brazil. Is it possible to send to my city here in Brazil? CEP 19063-008
City: Presidente Prudente
State of Sao Paulo
Thank you.BEST ANSWER: Yes, we ship worldwide.My iPad shows that it is charging but it very slowly is losing charge. The Dual charger display shows only shows 1.3 amps. This unit has worked great in the past. Any ideas? Thanks.BEST ANSWER: The charger will show the amps being drawn. The iPad when complete discharge will show about 2.4 amps and the draw decreases as the battery charges. This unit should maintain the battery. This is dependent on the age of the battery, as the battery ages, it will not charge fully. I would also recommend checking the charging cable If the cable is older it may not be delivering the full power to the iPad.On a 24v electrical circuit with 28v peak, does this device have an overvoltage protector to protect against voltage spikes, such as at engine start?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it does.How to adjust Brightness?BEST ANSWER: The brightness is not adjustable.How long is the warranty?BEST ANSWER: The warranty is for 1 year.How many watts is this unit?BEST ANSWER: The packaging says the output is 4.8A @ 5V, which makes the max wattage 24W.I use this device in my car also. One real annoyance is that when my car engine automatically stops and starts the device beeps until the voltage comes back up. Is there a way to silence the loud beeping?BEST ANSWER: This is not.im assuming it’s ok with my 14 volt system in my 206. Right?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it works with both a 14 Volt and 28 Volt systems.The display is unreadable in daylight conditions. Why was it not designed for use in all ambient light conditions?BEST ANSWER: I will pass this along to our product manager.Why does it beep on a 12 volt system?BEST ANSWER: It will beep if the voltage drops below 12 volts.is this filtered to avoid interference with avionics?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it is filtered.My aircraft accessory port is rated at 2A max at 24V. Will the 2A draw be exceeded when charging two devices at 5V and 2.4A? In other words, what is the current draw at 24V?BEST ANSWER: The unit should not draw more the 2.4A at 5V.How much noise does this charger generate and how was it measured? Does it interfere with a Bluetooth interface between an external GPS and iPad?BEST ANSWER: The manufacturer does not list how much noise is produced by this item. The charging cable may not be shielded well. This is more likely the problem than the charger.Is this made in the U.S.?BEST ANSWER: This item is made in China.I have one of these, and it only shows 1 amp draw for my ipad mini 2 and my Iphone 6+. I think that they should each be drawing 2+ amps. Do I have a defective unit?BEST ANSWER: The iPad and iPhone will only draw 2+ amps when the battery is really low. If the battery for the iPad and iPhone is almost completely charge it will only draw the 1 amp.One of the reviewers mentioned it is not able to charge the iPad, but only maintain the charge. Can someone confirm or provide some more details? Thank you.BEST ANSWER: This device is able to charge the iPad.Can I use this in my car as well?BEST ANSWER: Yes it can be used in a car.Will this work in my car?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will work in your car.What is the wattage output?BEST ANSWER: It puts out 2.4 amps on both ports.I need to know if the reach on the end of the device will reach 1.5" into the socket. If it is shorter than that it will not contact the power at the bottom of the socket?BEST ANSWER: Yes it will reach 1.5" into the socket.
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