500W 10 Ports Fast Mounting Bracket Charger -each ports with 45W

The 10 port charger you’re looking for does not exist. Most manufacturers will only make a charger with up to five ports, and the maximum output for each port is usually around 45W. You may be able to find a charger with more than five ports, but the total output will be lower than what you’re looking for.
Smart Power Delivery Quick Charge 3.0 USB C Charger is a good example of a 10-port charger with 45W output per port. If you need more than 10 ports, you may want to look into a multi-charger system, such as the ladagogo 12 ports type C Charger TC-12, which has 12 ports, but with an output of only 20W per port. Universal Compatibility Most of the chargers will be compatible with a variety of devices, including most smartphones, tablets, laptops and other USB-powered devices.
However, each port may not be able to provide the maximum wattage for all devices. For example, some devices may require a higher wattage than the charger is capable of providing. In such cases, you should check with the device manufacturer before purchasing a charger.
45W/65W PD Charger

45W/65W PD Charger

With 45W output per port, the 10 port charger you’re looking for would be able to charge most devices quickly and efficiently, providing you with the power you need. Safety and Protection When shopping for a 10 port charger, it’s important to make sure it has the appropriate safety and protection features.
Most chargers will have over-current, over-voltage, over-temperature and short-circuit protection to protect your devices from damage. It’s also important to make sure the charger has been certified by a recognized safety agency. This will ensure that the charger meets the highest safety standards and will provide reliable, safe performance. Intelligent protection circuits and power management protocol are also important features to look for in a 10 port charger.
These features will help to ensure that the charger is safe to use and that it is optimized for the best performance. Compatibility Finally, you should make sure that the 10 port charger you choose is compatible with the devices you plan to use it with. This will ensure that you get the most out of your charger and that your devices receive the power they need. Be sure to check with the device manufacturer for compatibility before purchasing a charger.

iPad Pro(2018 and later)

45W/65W Power Delivery Charger

45W/65W Power Delivery Charger

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015 – 2017), MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 and later)
iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, X/XS/XS Max/XR, 8/8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e/S9/S9+/S8/S8+, Note 10/10+/9/8/5 (Fast charging for S10+ and Note 10+ not supported)
LG V50 ThinQ/V40ThinQ/V35 ThinQ/V30/G8 ThinQ/G7 ThinQ
Microsoft Surface Go and other USB-C Windows laptop computers
Google Pixelbook, Pixelbook Go, Pixel Slate and other Chromebook computers
Google Pixel 4/4 xl, 3a/3a XL, 3/3XL, 2/2XL
Nintendo Switch (Charge-and-Play in TV mode not supported)
All other USB-PD/USB-C devices for fast charging (Up to 30W) and other devices for standard charging
Tips & Helpful Information
When connected to the devices with higher power requirements than 45W, charged device may warn slow charging but there is no security risk.

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