AUKEY Amp USB Charger with 2 USB C & 4 USB Ports for LG G5, HTC 10, Nexus 5X / 6P and More
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- Charge compatible devices up to 4 times faster with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Technology
- 2 Quick Charge 3.0 USB-C Ports + 4 AiPower Adaptive Charging USB-A ports with dedicated 2.4A output
- Compatible with all USB powered devices including Quick Charge 2.0 & Apple phones & tablets
- Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging
- Package Contents: AUKEY Amp 6 Port Charging Station, 3.3ft C to C cable, User Manual, 24 Month Warranty Card
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|Compatible Phone Models||Nintendo Switch 2017, Moto Z Force, Microsoft Lumia 950 & 950 XL, HTC 10, LG G5, LG G6, Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6p, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 5S, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/S7/Edge||Samsung-galaxy-s-7, Samsung-galaxy-s-6-edge, Samsung-galaxy-s-5, Samsung-galaxy-s-7-edge, Samsung-galaxy-note-4, Samsung-galaxy-note-5, Google nexus 6, lg-g4, Sony Xperia Z5/Z5 Premium/Z5 Compact/Z4/Z4 Tablet, Sony Xperia X Compact/XZ, MacBook 2015, MacBook 2016, iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, ipad 5, ipad 6, iPad Air, iPad air 2, ipad pro 9.7, ipad pro 12.9, ipad mini 1, ipad mini 2, ipad mini 3, ipad mini 4, iPhone 4/4s/5/5c/5s/5SE/6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus/7/7 Plus, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X (5V/3A), Google Pixel/XL, Pixel 2015, Pixel C, LG G5, Oneplus 2, Oneplus 3T, Oneplus 3, Gionee s6, Gionee S Plus, Gionee Marathon M5 Plus, honor 8, LeEco Le 1s, LeEco Le 1s Eco, LeEco Le 2, LeEco Le 2 Pro, LeEco Le Max 2, Lenovo ZUK Z1, Nintendo Switch, Chrome Book, HTC, HTC 10, LG, ZTE Nubia My Prague, ZTE Axon Max, ZTE Axon Pro, ZTE Z9, ZTE Axon 7, Sharp Aquos Pad/Aquos Zeta/Aquos Zeta Compact/SH02G, Meizu PRO 5, Meizu Pro 6, Meizu Pro 6 Plus, Xiaomi Mi 4c, Xiaomi Mi 5, Intex Aqua Secure, Lenovo Z2 Plus, Lenovo ZUK Z1, Lenovo ZUK Edge, Lumia 950,Lumia 950XL, Meizu Pro 5, ZUK Z1, LeTV One Max, LeTV One Pro, Moto Z, Moto Z Force, ASUS ZenFone 3, ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe, ASUS ZenFone 3 Ultra, Vivo Xplay5 Elite, Nextbit Robin, ZOPO Speed 8, Huawei P9 Plus, Huawei Nova, Meizu MX6, Nubia Z11||LG G5/ Lumia 950/950xl, Nexus 6p/5x, HTC 10, iphone 6/iphone 6 plus, Galaxy S6/S6 edge/S6 edge plus/s7/s7 edge/note 5||samsung-galaxy-s-6, samsung-galaxy-s-6-edge, htc-one-m9, htc-one-m8, iphone-4s, iphone-5c, iphone-5s, sony-xperia-z4, samsung-galaxy-note-2, motorola-droid-turbo, iphone-6-plus, samsung-galaxy-note-5||iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 5S, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/S7/S6 Edge, LG G6, Google Pixel/XL||samsung-galaxy-s-6-edge, iphone-5c, iphone-5s, iphone-6s, iphone-6-plus, samsung-galaxy-s-7-edge, iphone-6s-plus|
|Connector Type Used on Cable||usb||usb||usb||usb||usb||usb|
|Item Dimensions||—||3.15 x 3.15 x 0.78 in||3.7 x 5.5 x 3.3 in||1.65 x 5.71 x 3.94 in||2.36 x 3.7 x 0.98 in||1 x 1 x 1 in|
Designed to work with all popular USB powered devices from iPhones to Android phones, tablets, photography gear, Bluetooth speakers, headphones and more. Whatever USB powered gear you've got, we've got you covered.
AiPower Adaptive Charging Technology
Tuned to support healthier battery function and faster USB charging speeds, AiPower intelligently adjusts power output to match the unique charging needs of all your USB powered gear. With up to 2.4A of dedicated adaptive output per Ai USB port, your devices will each receive the safest maximum recharge rate possible.
Charge your Nexus 5X or 6p at 5V 3A or the latest generation of USB-C devices powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with a C to C Quick Charge 3.0 connection. Fast & future-proof charging tech.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Engineered to refuel devices up to four times faster than conventional charging. Powered by INOV (Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage) Technology for fine-tuned power output and more optimized charging cycles. Up to 45% more efficient than Quick Charge 2.0 & compatible with a full range of USB connection types, from A to C.
Top Customer Reviews
This adapter does NOT comply with the USB Type-C specification version 1.2. The documentation can be found at usb.org under developers/usbtypec.
The AUKEY PA-Y6 adapter violates Section 2.3.1 :
"Power is not applied to the USB Type-C host or hub receptacle (VBUS or VCONN) until the DFP detects the presence of an attached device (UFP) port."
In my testing, even when no UFP device is attached, this receptacle port's VBUS line is powered on at 5V. It should only be at 5V when a UFP device is present. This will result in dangerous situations when a spec-violating DFP like this is connected to any other DFP. Vbus hot is only permitted with a captive cable. Explanation located at plus.google.com at /+BensonLeung/posts/hF6b228zGvy
This adapter and port violates Section 184.108.40.206.1 - Please see figure 4-5.
A correct DFP receptacle must use two identical but distinct Rp resistors. According to my testing, the AUKEY charger's Type-C receptacles have a single 10kΩ resistor on both CC pins in the receptacle, which are shorted internally.
"Q: In a 5V 3A or 5V 1.5A supply can I connect CC1 and CC2 and use a single shared resistor? A: No. This design fails with active cables, emarked cables or any device that requests Vconn. These cables have an Ra pulldown on one of the pins, preventing accurate detection of CC voltage if the pins are shorted at the adapter."
This explanation can be found at Chromium.org under /chromium-os/cable-and-adapter-tips-and-tricks
AUKEY incorrectly placed QC3.0 on the Type-C ports. Qualcomm Quick Charge at 3.6V-12V on a Type-C port is actually a violation of Type-C spec, section 4.8.2, which prohibits proprietary charging methods on Type-C connectors from changing Vbus voltage beyond 5V. Unfortunately, I do not have the equipment to test QC3, so I will not comment any further about that port.
QC on Type-C is bad for a number of reasons. In situations like the above where the CC pins are also bridged, this is worse. For phones like the LeEco LeMax 2 and Moto Z that use USB-C for headphones, this combination of failures can potentially lead to the charger being detected as a headphones, a UFP device, or possibly cause damage the phone itself.
This charger also burns .5W at idle when nothing is plugged in. (This is in contrast to every other wall wart which goes to 0W for Energy Star reasons.) As you are likely to leave this large a charging station plugged in all the time, it will drive up your electric bill (and hurt the environment) needlessly.
In conclusion, this charger does several things that violate USB-C standards and I cannot recommend it. Please contact Benson Leung or myself if there is any more information he can provide about why these adapters are problematic.
For consumers, I do not recommend buying this charger, as using this charger may cause damage to your (other) charger, hub, device, active cable, or PC USB ports.
* Detailed evaluation is available at plus.google.com under /102612254593917101378/posts/RPENZkRMsEj
* A compliance checklist for the AUKEY PA-Y6 is available at drive.google.com under /open?id=0B2OJRSgNnm4GZTBFVmdTdGc3TlU
* [EN] [CN] A flowchart explaining how this is bad is available at plus.google.com under /102612254593917101378/posts/ADJCpJ3ya6G
This particular charger cranks out the amps with no regard to what is plugged in. That means two things. One, if you'd accidentally a USB-A to USB-C cable from this charger into your computer -- it could cause some damage. Beyond that, it means that it'll draw 5-6amps when it's just sitting there -- charging nothing. Why would you want a vampire like that in your home?
Shortly after a flurry of tests (with negative outcomes) were done on various Aukey USB-C products, a bunch of their products went on sale on Amazon. That makes it seem like they're trying to clear stock before people get word, and definitely further lowers my trust level in their products.
A little on the pricey side, but considering it comes with 2 USB C ports, this will be future proof ready.