Ryobi adapter, use your existing drill battery to power up electronics, charge your phone and more! Works on TS80 soldering ironsDesigned by 3DPStuff in United States of America
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Warning: TS80 requires using firmware 1.07 or Ralim firmware to avoid "low voltage" warnings. Update the firmware downloading the latest and following manufacture instructions. Adapter PCB and a QC…Read More…
Warning: TS80 requires using firmware 1.07 or Ralim firmware to avoid "low voltage" warnings. Update the firmware downloading the latest and following manufacture instructions.
Adapter PCB and a QC 3.0 step down module in a 3d printed case with a USB connector to turn your existing batteries into an easy to use power supply.
Output voltage: The default is 5V. After the fast charge is triggered, it is automatically adjusted between 3 and 12V. Output Power. 24W (5V, 3.4A, 9V, 2.5A, 12V, 2A, etc.) Output voltage wired compensation Conversion efficiency: 90% to 97% Supports multiple fast charging protocols Input overvoltage, undervoltage protection Input over-current protection Output overcurrent and short circuit protection Over temperature protection
Support fast charging protocol for BC1.2, iPhone, Samsung agreement for Qualcomm QC2.O and QC3.O
MTKPEI.1/PE2.O Fast Charge Protocol FCP Star Fast Charge Protocol AFC Spreadtrum Fast Charge Agreement SFCP
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