1. The CarryOn is USB charging so the device needs to have a USB charger. For example, iPads are compatible because it charges with a Lightning to USB power connector. Most tablets in general usually charge via a Micro-USB to USB power connector.
2. Check the dimensions of the device, including the power connector and case, if you are planning to use one. There is a template available in the Downloads section below.
Maximum of 2.4 amps at each port.
No. All LocknCharge devices can run on 120V 15 Amp circuits.
CarryOn Set Up Video
Learn how to set up and use the CarryOn.
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