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Eaton

Model TR7740W-K

Internet #203492681

2-Pole USB Charger with Tamper Resistant Electrical Outlet, White

$14.78 /each
Color/Finish: White
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The Eaton TR7740W-K Combination USB Charger with Tamper Resistant Receptacle quickly and easily provides consumers with the ability to charge their electronic devices directly from a standard outlet without bulky adapters that can be lost or misplaced. Additionally, they contain UL approved Tamper Resistant Shutters to ensure compliance with the 2011 NEC Article 406.12 that requires all 125-Volt receptacles in dwelling units to be Tamper Resistant.

  • USB ports charge any electronic device that is capable of being charged via a 5-Volt power adapter
  • Compact design features standard AC receptacle with dual USB charging ports
  • LED indicator light notifies user that device is charging
  • Replaces a standard duplex receptacle



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When the wall plug is installed in the wall does the light stay on if nothing is plugged into the receptacle?

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April 13, 2016
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Looking at the description: "LED indicator light notifies user that device is charging", so I'm guessing that the LED will be on as long as there is current flowing out to the device.
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Why is this product not available for sale in stores?

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In the Specifications, where is the Amp rate of the USB ports?

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When charging any USB chargeable device, devices like an .mp3 player up to a iPhone or an iPad should be charged at different rates. For convenience, the faster the charge, the less you have to wait. In all rechargeable batteries, for the longest life of the devices battery, the slower the charge, like a trickle charger, the longer the battery will be "like new".

With a 1Amp charge rate, compared to a 3.5Amp charge rate, the 3.5Amp charge rate will charge faster, but wear the battery out faster. The slower the charge, the longer the battery in the device will last.
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June 16, 2016
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It does state 700mA which would not be "Fast and convenient" charging (maybe just convenient)
From experience in newer Bigger devices (large phones / tablests) with 700mA you would not be able to charge if using the device.. not enough Amps.. Maybe my device battery was flaky.. but this was my experience trying to look at Youtube video with a 1A charger connected to my Note 4 Phone
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If you click on the "Product Brochure" link, you will get a PDF file that lists the USB ports as having a 700 mA rating. I presume that would be for both ports. I'm not sure if that means that you can get only 350 mA or up to 700 mA if you only plug one device in.
If you want faster charging than that, it looks like Arrow Heart, the manufacturer, makes charging stations that provide up to 2.5 A.
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If you click on the "Product Brochure" link, you will get a PDF file that lists the USB ports as having a 700 mA rating. I presume that would be for both ports. I'm not sure if that means that you can get only 350 mA or up to 700 mA if you only plug one device in.
If you want faster charging than that, it looks like Arrow Heart, the manufacturer, makes charging stations that provide up to 2.5 A.
Note that the device will "ask" for current, so even if you have a 10 A rated USB port, your phone may only get 100 mA from it. The rated current is only the maximum that the port will be able to provide. Read Less
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September 11, 2015
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Imprinted in the plastic is says 0.7A
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