Veho TA-1 4 Port USB Worldwide Fast Charge Power Adapter
4 Port Veho TA-1 USB World Travel Mains Power Adaptor, 1x 2.4A, 3x 2.1A Fast Charge, for UK/USA/Europe/China/Australia
The TA-1 from Veho has all your power adapter travel requirements covered in just one handy device. With compatibility in over 150 countries the TA-1 is designed to convert your country socket type to where ever you may be travelling. These include USA, UK, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia and China.
As well as being a comprehensive adapter the TA-1 also has 4 USB ports to charge all your USB powered devices.
The TA-1 is comprehensively safety tested with all internationally recognised test certificates. Features • World travel charging plug for use in over 150 countries such as UK, Europe, US, Australia, Asia and Middle East.
• Charge up-to 4 USB devices at the same time for devices such as iPhone, Samsung, Sony, Blackberry, MP3 Players, Tablets, Headphones, Power banks, Sat Nav, GPS trackers etc.
• Multi-region adaptor plug for charging non-USB devices such as laptops, savers, toothbrushes etc.
• Input 100-250VAC, USB Output 5V 3500mA (not a conversion).
• Safety certified RoHS and CE Compliant.
• Veho TA-1 Universal 4-Port USB 5V 3.5A World Travel Plug.
• Product Manual.
• 110V/660W/6A - 230V/1380A/6A Max Input/Output.
• 100-250VAC, 50/60Hz Rated Input/Output.
• 5VDC/3.5A Maximum USB Adapter Output.
• 4x USB Ports.
• Australia, China, Europe, UK & USA Multi-Region Plug Inputs.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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