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200 milli amps more likely. 200 amps would be like running a welder!
? = 100/120
.83 = Amps
So it's less than half the power of the iPad charger, which outputs 2a (or 2000ma) if my math/equations are correct.
The iPad requires a higher current (2.1 amps) compared to the iPod, which is 1 amps. Depending on the actual current delivered by your USB port,...
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It is 10 watts, 5 volts x 2 amps (output). I think the USB port of most laptops is limited to 0.5 amps x 5 volts = 2.5 watts.
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Two amps here from London. They do drop.
...It does charge, just VERY slowly. The iPads require something like 10 amps, while the iPods are like 2 amps (notice how large the iPad charger...
...a cigerette lighter adapter that has two USB ports and supplies 10 amps. No one locally has anything more than 2.1 amps. I may have to hard...
It depends on the brand of car charger. Some will charge at the 2 amps needed by the iPad and some only supply .5 amps which are made to charge...
You need a car charger that is at least 2.1 amps. Look for the griffin one
DO NOT USE THE 10V!
You risk frying the iPad since it requires 5V 2.1 amps.
Not full voltage, amps, and watts coming through?
Like if you have it on a power strip or something?
You are correct. My brain was not fully on.
And I did tell you my typical time to charge. Though since I rarely run my batter all the way down...
So...does anyone know if you can use the Amplitube amps in GarageBand? Unfortunately, I've been somewhat unimpressed with the amps in GarageBand...
The iPod charger delivers a lower current (1 amps, compared to the iPad charger's 2.1 amps) so charging an iPad will take a bit longer.
MOST usb outlets can't.
In point of fact, 10 watts is only 2 amps via USB (5volts) so any new Mac or reasonably high performance PC should have...
Yes please... 40 to go still no amps dropped.
Just looking at Troglodyte96's airport. Seems his mortality rate is of a similar ratio to mine....
...to amazon or radio shack and get a car charger that is rated for two amps and all will be well. The ones you are using are only capable of...
After installing that software, iPad does get charged via USB. Perhaps may not be as fast as via mains charger.
You have incorrect information. You need a 10 watt 2.1 amp adapter. Hope this helps.
You should be ok, if the wall charger puts out at least 500 milli amps (0.5amps) of current. A wall charger for blue tooth probably doesn't, my...
I am no expert, but understand a PC USB output is 5V 0.5 amps, whereas the iPad mains charger output is 5V 2.0 amps, thus not enough power from...
The large amps will not damage the unit. The device will only consume what they need. If it was more voltage then there is a big problem.
Nice opportunity to explain about Volts, Amps and Watts though!
Yippee , 5 of six power amps , one more in the post on its way .
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Pretty cool. I ran McIntosh amps back when I was big into car stereo. They output a totally unique sound and I loved it.
I've still got 2 amplifiers to find. Ive had another loudspeaker and another haze machine today but no signs of the amps.
...it simply takes longer as the device can only draw the current from the charger at 1 amps (compared to the iPad charger, which puts out 2.1 amps.)
Gifting power amps is impossible. You have to get them from flights, preferably Berlin.
There are none there I can see that are dual and capable of charging an iPad (2.1 amps).
...Too many cemeteries.
Will send a lucky jacket tonight, and those amps will drop eventually. Now that it's done I'm bored, trying to figure out...
I sent a neighbour request, would you accept please?
try the ichargepro 16 from Matrix Plus Ltd (uk), simultaneously charges 16 ipad or mobile devices at 5v at up to 2 amps
The iPhone draws up to 1 amp in power whereas the iPad 2 needs 2 amps. This will heat up the transformer in the charger.
As long as the USB extension can handle 2 amps continuous of course.
...just for the iPad. Technically speaking, most USB ports put out 0.5 amps @ 5 volts, the iPad charger puts out 2.1 amps @ 5v. That's what the...
is the charger you are using not putting out enough voltage, or amps?
if you are using an aftermarket charger it might be the
Hi, have a look at the ichargePro16, from Matrix Plus Ltd (uk) it charges 16 ipads or mobile devices simultaneously at 5v @ up to 2 amps....
Has anyone found an Apple app similar to the Win app that ASUS built that raised the amps through the USB port?
No point in doing that as the iPad won't draw more than 2.1 amps.