The iSDT Power200 is a desktop charger for your electronic devices. It has 5 outputs including USB ports and wireless charging capability. If you have a lot of USB devices that need charging it will make your life much easier.
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- Input Voltage range: AC100~240V
- Total output power: 200W
- USB-A Port
- supported quick charging protocols: QC3.0/QC2.0
- output voltage range: 5-12V
- maximum output power: 24W
- USB-C Ports (C1, C2, C3)
- output voltage range: 5V~20V
- maximum output power: 65W
- supported quick charging protocols: PD3.0/PD2.0/PPS, QC4+/QC4/QC3.0/QC2.0, AFC, FCP, SCP, PE2.0/PE1.1, SFCP, BC1.2
- Wireless charging maximum output power: 15W
- Configuration and firmware update via Smartphone APP
- Size: 105x105x40.6MM
- Weight: 430g
Closer Look at the iSDT Power200
Have you ever run out of USB ports to charge your phone, tablet, camera or other electronic devices? I know I have, that’s why I got this multi-channel desktop charger.
The iSDT Power 200 is easy to use. There is no menu or buttons on this charger, simply plug in the USB cable and it will begin charging. There is a colour LED screen for displaying how many watts each channel is pulling so you know exactly how fast your devices are charging.
This is a smart charger, whatever you plug in it will automatically detect it and use the fastest possible protocol and power to charge it. I have tested the Power 200 charger with all my devices that can be charged via USB, all working as expected.
The iSDT Power 200 is a 5-channel desktop charger, there are 3 USB-C outputs (65W each), 1 USB-A output (24W), and a wireless charging output.
It takes AC voltage.
I have replaced my original Macbook charger with the Power 200, which is almost as big but I get 4 extra outputs from the Power200, it’s perfect! It pulls a maximum 65W when charging my Macbook Pro and completes charging in just 90 mins. It does get quite warm after 30 mins or so when pulling this kind of wattage, but it has a cooling fan built-in and I have no issue so far. The fan is very silent I can hardly hear it.
On paper you can charge 3 MacBooks with the Power 200 simultaneously at maximum speed (65W each, 195W total). But any additional device you plug in will be limited to 5W as the maximum output power of this charger is 200W.
The wireless charging mat also charges my Airpod Pro without the need to connect any cable, which is handy. However the mat is quite a dust magnet :) I need to clean it once a week with some sellotape.
As mentioned, there’s no physical buttons or menu on the charger, configurations are done through the Android/iOS app called “ISD Link”. You can connect the Power 200 to your phone via bluetooth and change settings there. There’s only one settings currently which is the sound. I turned the beeping off on day one as every time you plug or unplug something it beeps, when charging finishes it also beeps which is quite annoying.
You can also update the firmware via the app which is very user-friendly.
- Charging any electronic devices via USB connector, e.g. your smartphone, Macbook laptops, tablets, GoPro cameras etc
- Power your TS80P soldering iron
- Charging 1S LiPo batteries for your tiny whoops (if the charger supports USB input)
- You can also power normal LiPo charger too if they take DC input, but you’ll need a USB-C to XT60 adapter, and the power will be limited to 65W