140W GaN charger with fast charging technology

Aergiatech has created a new 140W GaN charger equipped with fast charging technology and ports, which is a small portable charger for a variety of applications. Aergiatech P1114 is the world’s first 140W 4port charger supporting both PD3.1 and GaN. Also, the charger is 50% smaller than expected.

fast charging

140W GaN load

“P1114 is excellent with PD3.1. It supports 28V 5A output for 16″ MacBook Pro M1 Max released in 2021. Charging via USBC on the MagSafe 3 cable can easily reach a maximum output of 140W. According to our numerous laboratory tests, from 0% to 100%, the charging process takes an average of 82 minutes. With intelligent power distribution, you can quickly charge 2 MacBooks at the same time. The output power of ports C1 and C2 remains at a maximum of 65W, which is extremely powerful and excellent.”

If the Aergiatech P114 crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required target and the project progresses smoothly, worldwide delivery is expected to take place sometime in August 2022. To learn more about the Aergiatech P114 140W GaN Charger project, watch the promotional video below. Early sponsor contributions are now available for a new project from around £65 to £55 (depending on current exchange rates).

“Apple device users will benefit from the 140W wall charger as they can charge up to four Apple devices simultaneously. Across the entire Apple product line, the current maximum power is 140W. Thus, P1114 can be used to replace any original Apple charging adapter. Barrierfree, and the conversion rate reaches 96%.

fast charging Apple support

For a complete list of all available collateral options, extended targets, additional media and full specs for the 140W GaN charger, visit the official Aergiatech P114 Crowdfunding Campaign page by following the link below.

Source: Kickstarter

Filed Under: Apple iPhone Accessories, Gadget News, Top News

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