As pilots know, not just any charger will work in an airplane. MYGOFLIGHT developed the first charger for use in aviation that was incredibly successful. To raise the bar, we have now created the Dual Digital with a display that shows volts in and amps drawn by each port. No guessing! Further, it supports USB A & USB C and carries 36W of quick charging power - enough to charge the iPad 11 while in use!
Accessory socket is required, may not fit older cigarette lighter only ports/receptacle.
Well made item that exceeds expectations. Verified the voltmeter function was accurate with a Fluke Multimeter. Charged my iPad mini to 100% during the shakedown cruise....and now the best part....zero radio interference. Worth every penny.
Right tool , right job. Thought I had a charging issue with my power outlets. Turned out it was bad plug in units . Ordered the proper ones, problem fixed.
10 out of 10. Works great and no static.
First charger I have bought that will actually charge my IPAD (not reduce the battery usage) and at the same time also charge my Stratus unit. awesome charger.
Yes, the Dual Micro USB charger does put out those amps at all times.
The output is 2.1 amps.
This unit has a 12-28vdc input and 5vdc 2a output thru the USB ports. No voltage converters required.
No, this charger is not FAA Approved. It is considered an accessory since it is not hard wired to the aircraft. It would be similar to using the cigarette plug to charge your GPS, ie Garmin Aera 796. The cigarette jack itself that is hardwired to the aircraft would require a TSO for certified install, but what is plugged into the port does not.