Gallium Nitride, also referred to as GaN, is a semiconductor that can be used to produce chips for electronics, in a similar manner to silicon.
Faster devices resulting in less switching losses
Lower power required to drive the circuit
Smaller devices taking up less space on the printed circuit board
Lower on resistance giving lower conductance losses
Reduced capacitance leading to lower losses during charging and discharging
Power 5V 4.5A, 22.5W is divided between the two ports.
The Type C Port can Provide upto 33W of Power
The Type A port can provide upto 18W QC3.0 of power
Given that the conversion from high-voltage AC to low-voltage DC during the charge isn’t 100% efficient, it’s normal for phone battery chargers to have standard warming-up when charging mobile phones.
Yes. It supports upto 3.3V-11V/3A = 33W of Samsung PPS Charging
Yes, when your device will reach 100% - it will cutoff power automatically.
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It's the smallest charger I have see and the build quality is awesome
Neutron PD33W Smallest GaN Charger
This is a small and lightweight power adapter that can charge my Android phone or MacBook Air. Its so small and lightweight (compared with the Apple adapter that came with my MacBook Air (2020) that I keep it in my fanny pack when I'm traveling. It does feel more substantial for the size - a good thing - than the small chargers that use to come with iPhones.
The charger is very small and easy to carry. Charges iPhone X from 0 to 50% in 30 mins. I am very satisfying with the quality of charger too.