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Many devices are powered by batteries, but they require recharging of the energy they lose when using them. To provide them with the missing energy, we use chargers that are well known to us from mobile phones, tablets, laptops or cameras. The chargers are also designed to charge automotive gel batteries, as well as lithium-polymer, lithium-ion and nickel-metal-hydride cells. The market of chargers is constantly developing. Today we can choose not only traditional chargers, which have a cable and need access to an electrical socket and require direct connection to the device being charged, but also modern induction chargers. Both variants can be found in our offer. The chargers are very versatile in use. Very often we use one of them for several different devices. However, it is worth checking beforehand whether the input fits the specific equipment and meets its requirements in terms of technical parameters.

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  • Chargers for phones Chargers for phones

    Chargers for mobile - All mobile devices that we use have built-in battery . This means charging from the mains, that for some time. In smartphones and tablets are currently in use almost exclusively lithium-ion batteries . They require accurate models of the charging...

  • Charger with a lipo - network Charger with a lipo - network

    In the category of “Charger with a lipo - network” you will find a wide selection of chargers that are designed in a special battery with a lipo. This type of sensor is often used in electronics, robotyków or modelers (for remote-controlled vehicles or...

  • Charger with a lipo - modules Charger with a lipo - modules

    During the creation of his own electronic project, in the installation phase, it may be that the power management system and battery charging is too large to fit in the housing. Small modules of the charger with a lipo very well solve this problem - they feature a simple...

  • Charger Ni-MH Charger Ni-MH

    If you often work with devices that require power batteries, you should buy batteries, the so-called batteries. Using rechargeable batteries can significantly reduce the cost - their service life reaches up to 2000 charge cycles, and among such batteries are...

  • Charger Li-Ion Charger Li-Ion

    Li-ion batteries use lithium compounds as one of the electrodes of the electrochemical battery. This kind of system enables repeated charging and discharging, that is more just with minimal loss of capacity in each cycle. Given that batteries of this type are used in many...

  • Charger for rechargeable batteries Charger for rechargeable batteries

    From year to year we use more and more devices. Regardless of their types, all of them have one thing in common - they all discharge. Each of us knows very well how unpleasant it is to discharge the battery in a device that is particularly needed at a given moment. We are...

  • Car charger Car charger

    Charger for smartphones, tablets and other USB devices suitable car suitable for popular automotive cigarette lighter.


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Power, car or induction. Which charger should I choose?

The chargers differ in the way and possibility of use. Some will need access to a socket for use, others will be used in the car, and still others in any place where necessary. Network chargers are the most popular and currently we use them most often. We can use them to charge electronic devices by plugging them into an electrical outlet. For this reason, we will use them only where there is an electrical outlet. There are also chargers, which have an additional detachable USB cable, thanks to which we can charge the device using the USB port, e.g. in a computer. When you are on the road or often driving a car, it is worth having a car charger with you. Plug it into the cigarette lighter socket. You should know, however, that in most cases you will only charge the device in the car when you insert the ignition key and start the vehicle. A modern and very practical solution is an inductive charger. This allows you to charge your device wirelessly, i.e. in any convenient way, without the need to connect the device directly to the charger with a cable. Induction charger is usually in the form of a flat pad, which in turn is equipped with a power cable. We place the device on the pad and connect the pad with the cable to an electrical outlet. All you need to do is make direct contact between the device and the charger to be able to replenish the energy deposits in it.

Key parameters of the charger

Some people probably remember that time when only certain models of chargers fit into each device, and even every manufacturer designed their devices so that they were only compatible with the chargers that were included in the sets. Today, however, we have more freedom to charge electronic devices, which we owe to the unification of chargers to the micro USB standard, although there are still devices that we do not charge in this way. This means that we can charge most models of smartphones, tablets, cameras and e-book readers with one charger. When choosing a charger, however, you need to pay attention to several important parameters and features. The charging voltage, which is expressed in V (Volts) is very important. We must also take into account the current, which in turn is expressed in A (Amps). We also cannot be sure that the identical micro USB connector will allow for safe charging of our device. We must remember that higher current translates into lower battery life. At the same time, however, the higher the intensity, the shorter the charging time. For a longer equipment life, a slower charging practice works better in most cases. This applies especially to Li-Ion batteries. Does this mean that we should not use fast chargers at all? If we use this option only occasionally, when we are short of repair time, we should not be afraid that our device will stop working properly prematurely. However, we try to avoid intensive and short charging on a daily basis.