Power Knight Dual Fast Charge 2.1A USB ports with 2 UK Mains Double Socket Plugs Brushed Chrome

Power Knight Dual Socket UK Mains Faceplate with 2x USB Ports, 5V 2.1 AMP USB Output, BS 5733, Brushed Chrome

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Product Overview The S-4099 UK wall socket is a British standard UK socket with USB which increased 2 power switches based on the Twin USB wall outlet. 2 gang British standard 3 pin AC holes and 2 USB charging ports, AC 250V (AC176V~264V available) and 13A 50Hz input. Also BS certificate approved. It is be widely exported to the countries which use the UK standard socket and get highly praised on its excellent quality and practicability from customers. Features • 13A 2g Switched Socket Single Pole with 2 USB Ports, DC 5V 2A
• Double USB ports, output 5V/ 2000mA (total)
• Double UK standard 3 pin AC charging holes
• Twin USB wall outlet Input AC250V 13A 50Hz, rated power 3250W
• Extremely Lower standby consumption, satisfy the EUP6.0 standard
• Constant voltage/constant current /over-temperature/over-voltage/over-current protection
• High quality fire-proof PC material
• Approved BS certificate, very safety

Specifications
• Product Name: S-4099P BS USB socket Switch
• Panel Material: High quality bakelite material
• Input Voltage: 13A 250V 50HZ
• Rated Power: 3500W
• USB Input: 90-250V,47-63HZ
• 2 USB Output: DC5V,2A
• Interface: BS 3 PIN*2+2 USB ports
• Size: 146*86mm
• Weight: 205g
• Colour: Brushed Chrome
• Package: white box
• Certificate: BS 5733
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Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Power Knight Dual Fast Charge 2.1A USB ports with 2 UK Mains Double Socket Plugs Brushed Chrome
Power Knight Dual Fast Charge 2.1A USB ports with 2 UK Mains Double Socket Plugs Brushed Chrome