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  • #36621
    alessandro
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    #36642
    Max3D
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    I opened a very similar topic as I can’t find a good charger. The ones you mention won’t work as they are limited to 2.1A if the device is not quick-charge enabled.

    #36643
    alessandro
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    and so, where and why did I read that chuwi hi12 allows chargers till 3A?

    #36661
    SanHayate
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    Hi,

    I have this one.

    http://www.amazon.com/Charge-Charger-Micro-USB-Qualcomm-Certified/dp/B00VHHIUNY

    I have a usb tester, I’ll let you know how much I can draw from the charger when the battery is about 50% (battery is full now, you can’t really check how much power is drawn…)

    #36675
    Max3D
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    Please do as it will definitely settle if the hi 12 is quick charge enabled (which I don’t expect)

    #36683
    BoORD_L
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    I’ve got a quickcharge 3A charger and i can assure you it doesn’t support that tecnology

    What I've used and what I've got:
    TECLAST X98 AIR 3G, TECLAST X98 AIR II, TECLAST X98 PRO,CHUWI HI8, CHUWI HI12, CUBE I9

    #36700
    SanHayate
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    There you go.

    Tested:
    Aukey Charger on regular port 5.11 / 1.59A
    Aukey Charger on Quick Charge 5.09 1.54A
    Charger provided by Chuwi 5.26 / 1.94A

    All tested using a 3ft Aukey cable.

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    #36740
    Rogus Mortem
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    I own a Qualcomm 3.0 and the Hi12 is not 3.0 compatible. I tested this on my Windows 10 only Hi12!

    #36832
    Manuel
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    There you go. Tested: Aukey Charger on regular port 5.11 / 1.59A Aukey Charger on Quick Charge 5.09 1.54A Charger provided by Chuwi 5.26 / 1.94A All tested using a 3ft Aukey cable.

     

    What does it means? Chuwi charger is better? I don’t undestand :(.

    Thanks

    #36846
    SanHayate
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    I guess that sometimes, a “dumb” powefull (more than 1.5A) charger like the one provided by Chuwi can charge faster.

    My understanding (if anyone knows better than me, please correct!) is that smart chargers “negotiate” the amperage that they use with the device connected. So they charge at a “safe’ amperage that the device agrees on.
    A dumb charger doesn’t bother with negotiations and charges at full speed without any consideration.
    Is it better? No idea, probably not.
    Is it faster? certainly.

    #36860
    Chris G
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    I get 2.12A from my Samsung Galaxy S6/Note5/S7 travel quick charger at 5 volts. Works the best for me and it’s a small and safe charger, make sure you use a good gauge usb cable.

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    #36873
    Manuel
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    I guess that sometimes, a “dumb” powefull (more than 1.5A) charger like the one provided by Chuwi can charge faster. My understanding (if anyone knows better than me, please correct!) is that smart chargers “negotiate” the amperage that they use with the device connected. So they charge at a “safe’ amperage that the device agrees on. A dumb charger doesn’t bother with negotiations and charges at full speed without any consideration. Is it better? No idea, probably not. Is it faster? certainly.

    I get 2.12A from my Samsung Galaxy S6/Note5/S7 travel quick charger at 5 volts. Works the best for me and it’s a small and safe charger, make sure you use a good gauge usb cable.

    Thank you for the information and advices!

    #37384
    Nestor Gutierres Galvez
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    There you go. Tested: Aukey Charger on regular port 5.11 / 1.59A Aukey Charger on Quick Charge 5.09 1.54A Charger provided by Chuwi 5.26 / 1.94A All tested using a 3ft Aukey cable.

    Hey, I hay exactly the same Aukey 3 port charger and the same USB metter and I can confirm your results.

    I have several tablets/computer/phones that charge with micro USB 5volt and after buying a lot of chargers that promisse to be the best one with “40w 5 ports, 2.4 amps, quick charge 3.0” I always have a winner:

    EP-TA10EWE from samsung. It’s a 5.5v 12W charger, but can charge a even little bit higher. I don’t know other references than the european one, sorry. Also, be careful, there are a lot of fakes, even on amazon store.

    Take a look at the picture, chuwi hi12 charging at 5.46v, 2.25amps … more than 12W!!! Try to beat this!

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