USB Outlets Enable Charging Up to Four Items

USB Charging

 

Boat owners no longer need to think about misplaced chargers or outlet clutter. Hubbell Marine’s USB Charger Receptacles provide both USB and electrical power in a standard, single unit. They are offered with two or four USB ports to provide fast, maximum charging for portable electronics.

They also excel in efficiency when not in use. When it is not active, the USB Duplex model enters a sleep mode and consumes minimal power. The new Four Port version features a USB door, which when closed eliminates all current flow for zero, no-load draw.

These receptacles are a permanent solution for charging and compatible with all USB powered portable devices. Built to last, their current transformer converts AC to clean and stable DC, ensuring low heat and longevity.

Hubbell’s USB Chargers are designed to deliver amperage immediately when plugging in multiple items. The individual ports allocate power as determined by the portable devices.

Hubbell’s USB Duplex offers three amps at 5V DC and twin 15 amp, 125V AC outlets for traditional electrical plugs. The Four Port model has five amps available.

www.hubbell-marine.com

 

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