Belkin USB-C Car Charger
The Belkin USB-C Car Charger can charge your iPhone, iPad or MacBook quickly and safely in the car. It delivers up to 36W from your car’s DC port to your iOS or Mac device. The charger also lets you take advantage of the fast-charging feature on iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with an Apple USB-C to Lightning cable.*
Connect your MacBook, MacBook Pro or other USB-C enabled device to charge in your vehicle.
USB power delivery allows the car charger to automatically detect which device is connected and then deliver optimal charging up to 36 watts.
Take advantage of the fast-charging feature on iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with an Apple USB-C to Lightning cable.*
USB-C connector for charging various MacBook and MacBook Pro models
Delivers up to 36W of power
Supports fast charging when you use an Apple USB-C to Lightning cable*
What’s in the Box
Belkin USB-C Car Charger
Mfr. Part Number: F7U013dsBLK
UPC or EAN No.: 745883722358
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Answers from the community
Says it will work for Mac Book Pro but in compatibility Mac Book Pro is not listed? Please advise if this will work to charge 15" Mac Book Pro.
- Asked by Ellen G from Sterling
- on 8 Dec, 2017
This might charge a MacBook Pro, but the 2017 15" comes with an 87W charger in the box (almost 2.5 t This might charge a MacBook Pro, but the 2017 15" comes with an 87W charger in the box (almost 2.5 times as much power), so while it would be able to send compatible power to your MacBook it would be very, very slow compared to the wall adaptor. Also, while it would at least deliver power to the MacBook Pro, but the Mac might be using more power than it is receiving - also known as not charging. If you want more information, I would suggest looking up an explainer for USB Power Delivery or PD (aka USB-C PD or USB Type-C PD).
1 Answer(Says it will work for Mac Book Pro but in compatibility Mac Book Pro is not listed? Please advise if this will work to charge 15" Mac Book Pro.)
- Answered by Brendan S from Richmond
- on 5 Jan, 2018