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Kootek – ETL Listed 5V 2A Power Supply Charger Adapter for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 Model B B+, Google Nexus Android Samsung Galaxy Phone Tablet and other Micro USB Port Devices

    
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Kootek – ETL Listed 5V 2A Power Supply Charger Adapter for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 Model B B+

$12.99

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Compatibility

5V 2000mA Power Supply for your Raspberry Pi (2 Model B, B+, A).

Package included

1 x Micro USB 5V 2A 5pin US Plug Charger

Highlights

  • 5V 2000mA Power Supply for your Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 Model B B+, Google Nexus Android Samsung Galaxy Phone Tablet and other Micro USB Port Devices
  • Input Voltage Range: AC 100V – 240V / Rapid Power: 5V 2A / Brand-new / ! Extra long 6.5 ft cord !
  • ETL listed, manufactured with the highest quality materials and include safeguard features against incorrect voltage, short circuit, internal overheating.
  • Kootek charger adapters tested by manufacturer to match and/or exceed specifications of OEM products.
  • Warranty: 45 Days Money Back Guarantee / 18 Months – Free Exchange / Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

FAQ

Will this work with android phones?

Yes. It charged my Samsung phone just fine.
By SMR on March 13, 2015

Will this work for the new Raspberry Pi 2 (1GB RAM) model that just came out?

Yes. This cable pumps out 2 amps of fun, my multimeter agrees. Forums posts highly suggest at least 2 amp supplies. Though raspi org suggests 2.5 amps to use all 4 USB ports on the model B+, so if you plug everything into it at once, I'd look for something with 2.5 or higher than this devices 2 amp. But the pi 2 IS suppose to be a little more efficient. I use this on a B+ with a keyboard, mouse, and memory stick and it's fine.
By Dan on February 6, 2015

Could this USB adapter be used with the GoPro in combination with Combo Cable to provide continuous power to GoPro from an ac power wall outlet?

If the gopro supports playback when charging then I don't see why not.
By D. Mooney on February 24, 2015

Does this only work with the Raspberry thing? Or is it a general micro usb power cord that could power other things?

It's a normal USB charger, which will work for anything that takes a microUSB plug.
By Bert on February 12, 2015

Reviews

    
5.0 / 5

3 thoughts on “Kootek – ETL Listed 5V 2A Power Supply Charger Adapter for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 Model B B+, Google Nexus Android Samsung Galaxy Phone Tablet and other Micro USB Port Devices”

  1. Richie says:

    Recommended

    Using on an ODROID-C1+ and it works great with a nice long cord. Build quality is good and connector fits snug. Pleased with the 2amp rating as most 5V ps’s are 1A. ODROID-C2 incoming and should work with that no problem

  2. GatorDO17 says:

    Works Great for Bluetooth Keyboards!

    I purchased this charger to use with my Bluetooth keyboards, as the chargers that came with each of my keyboards are far too short. This charger is 6.5ft long and easily reaches from my wall outlet to my desktop without any tension. I particularly like the plug on this charger, because the prongs are the same size and the plug sits parallel to the floor so that it doesn’t block other outlets in the wall socket. Because the prongs are the same size, the plug can be plugged in with the adapter box pointing left or right. There are also finger grippers on either side of the adapter box to make it easier to insert into tighter outlets.

    I would definitely recommend this charger to others who are looking for a longer, affordable Micro USB cable. It can be used with any device requiring a Micro USB charger, and it has a compact and conveniently oriented plug. I was fortunate to receive my charger in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

  3. Coderpitt says:

    Great value micro USB power adapter.

    It’s a great price on a micro USB power charger. I bought a couple of these and use them for running raspberry pi’s, charging phones, and other devices. So far they’ve been working strong with no issue and can run anything that I’ve been throwing at it.

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