Xuma 4-Port USB Wall Charger with North American and European Adapters

BH #XUCAC448U • MFR #UCAC-448U
Xuma
Xuma 4-Port USB Wall Charger with North American and European Adapters
Key Features
  • Charge up to 4 Devices at Once
  • North American & European 2-Prong Design
  • Up to 2.4A Power Output per Port
  • Up to 4.8A Total Power Output
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Power up on the go with the Xuma 4-Port USB Wall Charger with North American and European Adapters. This lightweight AC to USB adapter charges most USB devices, including smartphones, iPads and other tablets, and accessories. Each of its four ports is capable of providing up to 2.4A of power and the charger can deliver up to 4.8A at once. Two of the ports are designed for iOS compatibility and can charge an iPad at maximum speed. Included with the charger is a two-prong European (Type-F) adapter that can be swapped with the North American adapter when needed.
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$19.95
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Xuma UCAC-448U Overview

Power up on the go with the Xuma 4-Port USB Wall Charger with North American and European Adapters. This lightweight AC to USB adapter charges most USB devices, including smartphones, iPads and other tablets, and accessories. Each of its four ports is capable of providing up to 2.4A of power and the charger can deliver up to 4.8A at once. Two of the ports are designed for iOS compatibility and can charge an iPad at maximum speed. Included with the charger is a two-prong European (Type-F) adapter that can be swapped with the North American adapter when needed.

UPC: 847628588615

Xuma UCAC-448U Specs

Power Output
Output Ports4 x USB Type-A: 5 VDC at 2.4 A per Port
Max Combined Power Output24 W
Power Input
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
General
Dimensions2.4 x 2 x 2.4" / 6.1 x 5 x 6.2 cm
Weight4 oz / 113 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.36 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.2 x 4.35 x 1.95"
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