Slim Wall Plate and Surge Protector - 3 AC + 2 USB - Add Additional Outlets and USB Ports While Protecting Your Devices - USB Includes 2.1amp Output to Charge iPad, iPhone, E-readers, Android, SmartPhones, and More
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- The XTG Technology AC Wall Plate acts as a power strip with 3 AC outlets and two USB ports; charge and power up to 5 devices simultaneously
- 2.1A max output: charge 1 tablet*/iPad or 2 smartphones simultaneously, 3 AC ports power and charge any 120V AC powered device
- Built in Surge Protector for 540 joule with Green LED surge protection indicator
- Optional Socket Screw Included to Secure Wall Plate to the Wall
- One Year Warranty
Did you know surge protectors wear out over time?Check out the Surge Protectors Buying Guide to learn how surge protectors keep your devices safe.
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3 Outlets with 540 Joules of Surge Protection:
The XTG Technology Wall Plate allows you to power up to 3 AC powered devices. This surge protector is designed to safeguard small electronics. The wall plate is UL Safety Approved to keep your electronics safe.
2 USB Ports:
With a max output of 2.1 amps, the Dual USB ports charge 1 iPad or 2 iPhone simultaneously. Use the 2 USB ports to charge tablets, smartphones, MP3 players, E-readers and other USB powered devices
Easy to Install:
To install, simply plug the XTG Technology Wall Plate into any grounded AC outlet. For a more secure and permanent fixture, install the wall plate using the included wall-plate screw.
The LED light across the top of the Wall Plate lets you know the outlet is working and providing protected power to your devices.
What's in the box:
XTG Technology Wall Plate
Top Customer Reviews
Like many other products it does not properly short the middle D+ and D- pins as required by the usb charger spec for a device to receive more than .5A. Because of this some devices will only draw .5A instead of the advertised maximum of 2.1A. If you have an ohmmeter you can check your own USB chargers by testing the resistance between the middle two pins of the USB socket.
Unmodified, the XTG unit properly charged my iPad, and Samsung Galaxy S II. However, it would NOT properly charge my Samsung Galaxy S, or EVO 4G. After the modification all of my smartphones except those made by Apple charge effectively. Apple products view the post-mod XTG unit (and any other properly wired USB charger) as a low power .5A computer port.
The case was glued together at 6 points around the edges, so pulling it apart damaged it quite a bit aesthetically (and obviously voided the warranty). Once you have gotten it apart it is easy to locate the D+ and D- pins for both ports. They need to be carefully joined together with a small blob of solder.
After performing this mod I am happy with the results. It now charges ALL of my non-Apple devices at a higher current than .5A (as it was advertised to do out of the box).
I have uploaded a picture of the disassembled unit and the usb pins to solder as a reference for those who are courageous.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This modification is for non-Apple devices only. If you perform this modification, iOS devices will no longer recognize this as high current charger!Read more ›
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* It does charge my iPad
* It does fit most outlets
Lo and behold, both of these are true. Long live good reviewers!
As to some other things I saw in the reviews I read before buying this:
* Yes, it has a very bright green light. I would not use it in a bedroom. It does great double-duty as a nightlight in my living room, however.
* Yes, it buzzes faintly. I would not use it in a recording studio.
I'm pretty happy with this product.
> Does a poor job of charging my devices as I just said.
> The A/C outlets are so close together that I can never use more than two plugs at once.
> There is a very bright LCD panel at the top that is pointless unless you need a bright nightlight.
> I recommend you not buy this device for anything but Apple products and understand the other issues.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It worked great until I decided to plug in my vacuum. Now it's just an expensive nightlight because that's the only part of it that still works LOL. Read morePublished 14 days ago by All Called
Given as a gift. It was a luge hit with a family of many electronic devises.Published 16 days ago by annie
The USB part stopped working within first few months, naturally after return window 😕Published 23 days ago by Easleypest
This is a great outlet adapter that allows you to plug in USB cables as well as up to three conventional plugs. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Bonnie315
Great product. It works and does what is supposed to do. I agree with the other reviews that you may not want to use this product in a bedroom as the green light (surge protector)... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ana f. Santana
Just wish there was a way to disable the light since this is in a bedroom. The tape suggestion in the reviews is what I will do.Published 1 month ago by Christine Dodson
Have been using this for 8 months+ now. Two of my girls (11 and 15) use this as their primary power outlet to attach an iPhone 5, iPad mini, HP Stream 7 windows tablet and other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Happy in Iowa