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Can I use a 5V 2.1 A charger with a 5V 2A device?
Yes, it is absolutely safe to charge a device with a charger that has more current capacity than needed. Since the voltage is held constant (5V), the only factor that determines current draw is the load (another term for resistance) the device places on the charger.
Can I use A 5V 2.1 A charger with A 5V 2A device?
What is the wattage of 5V 2A charger?
Billion 5V 2A ESU320 Mobile Charger (Black, Cable Included)
|100 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
|Other Power Features
|Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Over Current Protection
Why is my phone charging with a 5V 2A Charger?
It is basically due to the fact that current is pulled and voltage is pushed. Now, assume our phone charger supplies 5V 2A and your phone is designed for 5v 1A. So, even if your phone charger supplies 5V 2A , your phone will only receive 5V 1A.
Does charging your phone with a charger damage the battery?
To answer it in a word, NO it doesn’t damage your battery. It is basically due to the fact that current is pulled and voltage is pushed. Now, assume our phone charger supplies 5V 2A and your phone is designed for 5v 1A. So, even if your phone charger supplies 5V 2A , your phone will only receive 5V 1A.
Can a tablet Charger charge a phone by 2A?
However, most 2A tablet chargers will not charge a phone by 2A, so a charger that charges a phone by 2A is likely a little smarter than regular chargers. Quick Charge (2.0/3.0) is a branded technology that allows charging with voltages higher than 5V, like 9V or 12V.
Can charging a phone with more than the permissible voltage damage it?
So, the conclusion is even if your phone is charged with a charger more than the permissible current it won’t damage your phone but charging it with a device with the permissible Voltage does. Hope this answers your query!! Save up to 80\% on your next printer ink cartridges!