I was quite pleased by the travel converter.
I love the Australia travel adapter. The ease of ordering and free shipping would definitely make me return to Ceptics for more.
I won't use it until next month
|description||Standard: The CTU-16 is designed in the US and it’s our top choice for travel adapter to use in Type I outlets. It features one socket to connect a N. American 2-prong or a 3-prong power cord and two USB ports to charge your USB devices such as cell phones, tablets and power bank.
|blurb||The CTU-16 is designed in the US and it’s our top choice for travel adapter to use in Type I outlets. It features one socket to connect a N. American 2-prong or a 3-prong power cord and two USB ports to charge your USB devices such as cell phones, tablets and power bank.|
The Ceptics CTU-16 dual USB type I travel adapter can be used in the following countries: Australia, China, New Zealand, Fiji Islands, Salomon Island, Tonga, Western Samoa. The following countries: Argentina, Uruguay uses a mix of this plug Type I and the Europlug Type C. The CTU-16 features a standard US Grounded NEMA 5-15 socket which will accept the polarized or non-polarized plugs. It also features 2 smart USB ports that can support up to 2.1A. You may conveniently charge your USB devices such as smartphones, tablets, iPhone, iPad etc.. by simply connecting the USB cord directly to the USB ports on this adapter. You do not need to worry about the AC voltage for the USB devices as this adapter will output the 5V DC as required by your USB devices. Please note that these dual USB type I plug adapters do not convert voltage. Please check the voltage standard for the travel destination and use an appropriate voltage converter with the adapter if needed (for example, Europe uses mainly 230 Volts). Many electrical devices such as AC/DC chargers for Laptops, cameras, cell phones, iPhone, iPad etc. allow a multi range voltage (100-240 Volts) and eliminate the need of a voltage converter. Sometimes electrical device have a switch for either 120 or 230 Volts (remember to set back!). Please check the specifications on your equipment. Powering a 120 Volts device with 230 Volts can destroy the equipment and cause fire.