cargador tecnologia GaN

7
mar 3.º 2021
Hola,

Estoy buscando uno de estos nuevos cargadores con tecnologia GaN.

Para poner aunque sea un granito de arena en ahorrar energia y ser mas eficiente al momento de cargar los 4 celulares aqui en la casa de ustedes.

He revisado algunos sitios pero los que me convienen no estan disponibles desde amz MX.

Preferentemente busco uno de 4 puertos con 3 o los 4 en USB C.

Encontre un UGREEN de 65W pero no se que tan confiable sea, los comentarios en su pagina oficial se ven muy BOTS.

Esto es lo que me gusta que si lo publican:
USB C1+C2:45W+18W
C1/C2+C3/A:45W+18W
C1+C2+C3+A:18W+18W+15W(5V/3A)
USB-C1/C2:5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3.25A 65W Max
USB-C3:5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A 18W Max
USB-A:4.5V/5A, 5V/4.5A, 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A 22.5W Max

Tambien hay unos ANKER pero muy caros "con otros vendedores".


¿Alguna recomendacion que ya esten probando?

Gracias por su ayuda.

P.d.
GaN stands for Gallium Nitride, an alternative to the traditional silicon that has dominated electronics for the last few decades. Gallium nitride has some advantages — a wider band-gap means it's easier for energy to pass through it, and it has higher limits for the temperatures and power levels it can handle — that makes it almost tailor-made for higher-capacity tech like Power Delivery chargers.

In short, semiconductors and chargers made with gallium nitride are smaller and more efficient, which in turn can help them avoid heating up as much as traditional silicon-based chargers.

However, since the goal of most gallium nitride chargers is to be as small as possible, some GaN chargers still get uncomfortably warm when used for long periods of time because they don't have as much room for heat dissipation. You're not going to be able to bake a cookie on a GaN charger the way you can on a MacBook brick during an all-night editing session, but they'll still get a little warm depending on how hard you work them.
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