|SMART version dual USB 4.2 Amp charging jack autodetects Apple and other brands of phones and tablets for a charge at the maximum rate! Compatible with 12 or 24 Volt DC input, and mounts in a 1-1/8" hole. Suitable for Experimental aircraft, cars, boats, motorcycle, RV, anywhere you need a charging jack|
Easy to install, looks good, works perfectly, priced right.
Easy to install and light weight. Very nice and priced right!
This is easy to install and also well made. Charges my iPad and keeps it charged up while flying. Highly recommend it.
These 4.2SMARTUSB charging ports by EA Manufacturing work great! Reverse polarity protection, no radio interference, no LED light to ruin your night vision, and nice styling for your panel. Charges my iPad Air 10.5 in flight with no problem.
Excellent value. No noise. I have been using one of these while taking lessons in a C160 Skycatcher. Built a jumper to go from the panel cigarette lighter to this, then use standard iPad cord from this to the iPad. Zero additional noise. Installing two more for rear seat in new build.
Works as expected, not noticing any radio interference
Zero RFI compared to another consumer-grade panel-mount unit that broke through a level 6 squelch on my Icom A4. Now all I have to deal with is RFI generated by the high-frequency DC-DC converters in my consumer-grade LED strobe lights (wing tips and tail).
Works great. Easy installation made every better by directions which state the reqd hole size ( 1.125). They even included the two reqd wire spades. Tested it on one hour flight--zero radio interference. GREAT product!
LOVE IT!! 1/10th the price of others. Very easy to install. Best part of all is that I get no interference on the radios when using it to charge my phone and/or tablet. It also runs my ADS-B receiver. NO RADIO INTERFERENCE !!
These charging jacks just plain work. I have installed three on two experimental aircraft. No radio interference. No surprises. Excellent value.
Yes, the unit has a built-in RFI filter.
The AMP should be 4.2 total.
Yes, it should fit in the 1-1/8 hole.
This unit does not have FAA Approval.
No, it does not.
Approx 1-3/4 inches total behind the panel.
Maximum amps would be about .8 which is 19 Watts. That is with the unit providing the maximum power available. It decreases when the unit is not providing maximum power. Idle current when the unit is not powering anything is about 3 mA.