What does 2.4/12w indicate
Bellini car charger for mini Ipad
- Asked by Francis T from Lockport
Belkin Car Charger (2.4A/12W) with Built-in Lightning Cable
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2 Answers from the Community
2.4w is the maximum output to the device you are charging. 12w is the power consumption.
- Answered by Charles H from Decatur
It means it has enough power to charge any iPhone or iPad with normal speed.
iPads (except the first iPad mini without Retina) have a 12W mains charger in the box, so their normal charging speed is 12W / 2.4A, and attempting to use a 5W / 1A charger will result in very slow charging speed.
With this charger, you will not be worried about abnormal slow charging - it outputs enough power for charging any iPhone or iPad, even if you operate the iPhone and iPad while it is being charged.
- Answered by Арсений Б