Eyon QC3 LZ-008
I got it from ebay dealer Quick Charger
- Input: 5V/2A The dealer list this invalid specification
- Output: 9V/2A The dealer list this specification
- Output Interface: USB
- Model Number: QC 3.0 Quick Charge
- Power Source: USB
- Quality Certification: CCC
- USB Ports: 1
- Type: Travel
- Input: AC100V-240V 50-60Hz 0.35A
- Output: 5V/3A(Max) 9V/2A(Max) 12V/1.6A(Max)
- Plug: EU/US
- Size: 49*49mm
- Feature: Quick Charge 3.0
I got the charger in a envelope.
- Usb output is auto coding with Apple 2.4A, DCP and QC
- Weight: 46.2g
- Size: 85 x 49 x 26.2mm
The charger can deliver about 3.8A at 5V with 120VAC
And more with 230VAC
At 9V I got 2.6A and then the charger did not work anymore!
Some pressure with my vice and breaking with a screwdriver got the lids off.
The circuit has a fusible resistor (F1) as fuse followed by the bridge rectifier and a switcher chip (DS3118).
Between mains and low volt side is a opto coupler and a safety capacitor.
On the low volt side is the large rectifier diodo (D4), the QC controller (U4: Marked ZJNhE) and a reference (U3: 431).
There is nothing on this side.
The distance between mains and low volt side must be above 6mm, here it is below 3mm.
The charger failed both the 2830 volt and 4242 volt test, this means it is unsafe anywhere.
I did not do much testing here, because the charger died, but even if it had worked it would not be good due to very low safety.
The charger was supplied by a reader for review.
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