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PinePower - 120W Desktop Power Supply

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The PinePower desktop power supply features 65W PD, 18W QC3.0 and 10W Wireless Charging simultaneous output capability.

Display individual port voltage and current status.


Body Dimensions 123mm x 115mm x 48mm
Body Weight 543 grams
Body Build Plastic
Body Color Black
Power Input AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Power Output 120W
Power Switch Yes
Display Voltage Status Individual port voltage status display
Display Current Status Individual port current status display
Display Switch Display turn off switch
USB-C PD Port Output 65W Output (5V3A, 9V3A, 12V3A, 15V3A, 20V3.25A)
USB-A QC3.0 Port Output 18W Output (5V3A, 9V2A, 12V1.5A)
USB-A Ports Output 3 Ports total 45W Output (Each port: 5V3A)
Wireless Charging Q charging technology, 10W Fast charging
Features Simultaneous supply power to PINE64 SBCs and devices
Certification FCC, CE, ROHS
Package Contents PinePower Desktop Power Supply, 2pin (EU/US/UK/AU) plug power cable (Depending on the variant)

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I had been using multiple combinations of USB chargers and voltage/current meters before getting this. This is a great solution for combining both things. You get 5 ports and a very reliable source of power. A few nitpicky issues hold it back from getting a perfect score. First, it's easy to accidentally turn off the display. The sensor for doing this is near the front of the device and your hand naturally hovers over that area when using it. Moving the sensor somewhere less prone to touch would help this. Secondly, I wish the current display showed hundredths of amp. There are a lot of slower charging devices that won't register a tenth of a current and there is no indication it's charging. This would definitely cramp the display but would make the device even more useful. Those issues aside this is still an amazing device and I'm glad I purchased it. The USB PD and 20V USB C line have already come in very handy to test multiple devices. This is a wonderful all-in-one solution from a trusted brand.