- USB-C port offers 5V3A, 12V15A or 9V2A power aptly to fit various devices.
- Huntkey is eyeing the North American market
- They have developed the technology that is paired with a long-lasting AC cable.
- The technology is listed in FCC and is replete with a suite of protection.
- Wireless charger of the SCA109C offers a maximum 10W output for Qi-certified devices
Huntkey has expanded its portfolio in wireless charger following the announcement of the bringing SCA109C to the fore with one USB-C port and a couple of USB-A ports.
According to reports, Huntkey is eyeing the North American market and they have developed the technology that is paired with a long-lasting AC cable which is decked out with a two-pin US plug.
For starters, wireless charger of the SCA109C offers a 10W output, at a maximum level, meant to boost Qi-certified devices, including iPhone and Samsung smartphones. It is worth noting that the USB-C port offers 5V3A, 12V15A or 9V2A power aptly to fit various devices. A 5V2.1A power output, a combined one, is shared by the two USB-A ports, cite sources.
In a bid to boost safety, the technology is listed in FCC and is replete with a suite of protection such as over voltage protection (OVP); over temperature protection (OTP); short circuit protection (SCP); and over current protection (OCP). It is believed that the protection will help the charging devices stay safe. This strategic move will help Huntkey solidify its position in the industry.
Founded in 1955, Huntkey has its branches in the U.S., Japan and other countries; and has cooperating facilities in Argentina, Brazil, and India, among several other countries.
Huntkey is specialized in the design, development, and manufacturing of PC power supplies, surge protectors, industrial power supplies, adapters and chargers for several years. The company claims to have served Haier, Lenovo, Bestbuy, Dell and several other big companies.