New RDIq Fast Chargers are now available through New Yorker Electronics
Super Fast Chargers can Restart a Phone with a Depleted Battery in 45 Seconds
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is evolving into a truly standard serial interface capable of both high-speed data transmission and impressive fast charging of most USB devices. Unfortunately, the need for legacy compatibility on most of the world's computers and laptops combined with the requirement for faster and faster serial data transfer has created a very confusing specification for USB cable socket styles, data rates and charging speeds.
To address that confusion, RDIq is a power focused USB product portfolio, designed to make it simple to upgrade traditional USB chargers to the latest fast charge equivalents. Most customers just want a cable that will charge phones faster than they currently charge, so the manufacturer made it easy to select cables on the charger front.
USB GaN Technology
RDIq fast chargers feature Gallium Nitride (GaN) transistors in the power train, boosting their efficiency ratings over conventional MOSFET chargers and enabling smaller sizes and lower case temperatures as a result. The devices are compliant with USB PD and Qualcomm's QC systems and use adaptive charge techniques to reduce smartphone charge times by almost 3x while keeping the battery in a safe charge zone. These USB-PD Fast Charge Power Adapters come in four power options. The 30W, 45W and 100W adapters are equipped with a foldable plug while the 65W adapter has a fixed plug.
USB Fast Charger
The RDIq USB fast charge gets phones working again in 45 seconds after the battery has run out. Most standard chargers take more than three minutes to restart a phone. RDIq chargers require the Gallium Nitride technology to keep the device small. All devices comply with the USB PD specification.
New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor of RDI Electronics and supplies its full line of Audio Alerts, Piezo Audio devices, Speakers, Headsets, Microphones, Switches, Connectors, Receptacles, Jacks, Plugs, Cables and Cable Assemblies.
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