- You are most likely covered by this charger kit
- USB to car charger / retractable USB to cell phone connective cable - that you can use it in the car or in the office with computer
- It provides several cell phone charging connectors
- USB charger from USB of laptop or PC
- Mobile phone charger from USB of car charger
- Mobile phone charger from USB of travel charger
- Can be used with car cigarette lighter
- Easy to use and carry
- Ideal for when travelling in car, or when using computer (laptop or desktop)
- Highly recommended as a gift or promotional item
- Input Voltage: AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
- Output Voltage: DC 5V
- Output Current: 1000mA
- Car Charger Size: 92 x 31 x 26mm / 3.6 x 1.2 x 1.1in (L x W x H)
- Universal 8 in 1 Cell Phone USB AC Car Charger Kit, ideal for charging your cellphone in car or on computer
- The AC car charger kit can be used with car cigarette lighter and USB port
- The USB car charger kit provides several cell phone charging connectors
How to Use a Car Charger for a Cell Phone:
Using a car charger is a basic part of cell phone maintenance; car chargers are handy in a pinch, especially for people who use their cars regularly throughout the day. Knowing how to use the charger--and what to do with it when it's not in use--can help keep your cell and car batteries in good working order.
- Locate your phone's charging port. Consult your manual if you need to, but in general, charging ports are located either on the side or the bottom of the phone. There may be a protective plastic piece on a hinge; remove it gently with the phone end of the charging cord.
- Plug the phone end into your cell phone. The plug should go in easily and sit in place securely. If it does not, you may have inserted it incorrectly.
- Locate your car's electric outlet. In general, these are located on the center console, near or beneath the temperature control. In older cars (or in "smoker" models of new cars), the outlet will be marked by a black plastic button with a picture of a cigarette. In newer cars, the ports generally are covered by a snap-on plastic lid.
- Remove the cigarette lighter, if there is one.
- Insert the large, rounded end into the electrical outlet. Your phone should start charging, though some cars must be on or in accessory mode for the outlet to work.
- Look at the handle of the large, rounded end. Many chargers have lights to indicate that power is flowing through the charger
Tips & Warnings
- Unplug the charger when it's not in use. Leaving it plugged in, even if it's not charging anything, will drain your car battery. Buy a charger with anti-overcharging safeguards.
- If you're having trouble inserting the charger into the phone, ensure that the two are compatible. Two similar phones, even phones by the same manufacturer, may take different chargers.
- Alternate between using your wall charger and car charger. Using your car charger continuously can diminish your phone battery's life.
How to Convert a Car Charger to a Tool Charger:
- Connect the power inverter to your car's cigarette charger.
- Connect your tool charger to the power inverter using the AC outlet on the other side of the inverter.
- Turn on the car. This will power the inverter and charge your tool.
Tips & Warnings
- Watch voltage levels. Most cars cannot power anything that requires more than 120 volts.
- Since you consume fuel while charging, it's best to do this only when there is no other way to charge your tools.
- 1 x Car Charger
- 1 x Travel Charger
- 1 x USB Retractable Cable
- 5 x Connectors