Generally, we suggest you use the USB C port to charge Apple watch. If you want to to use the USB A port, only the C1 and A port can be used simultaneously.
|Input||100-240V～50/60Hz 1.8A Max|
|Single-Port||USB-C1/C2: 5V/3A 9V/3A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/3.25A 65W Max PPS:3.3-21V/3AUSB-A： 4.5V/5A 5V/4.5A 5V/3A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A 22.5W Max|
|Total Output||65W Max|
|Protocol||PD3.0(PD2.0) /QC4+(QC4.0\QC3.0\QC2.0)/PPS/SCP/AFC/APPLE 5V2.4A/BC1.2|
|Protection||Input overvoltage protection; output overcurrent/overvoltage/short circuit protection|
|Shell material/fire rating||PC/UL94-V0|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 1.57 x 1.22 inches|
|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
Q: is it compatible with qc3.0?
A: Yes, all ports on the Nexode 65W USB C charger supports qc3.0. Hope it helps.
Q: Can this 65w charger work with a macbook pro 16" 2019? the official charger is 96w usb-c, so i wonder if this small one can overheat or work fine.
A: Yes, the 65W USB C wall charger works with MacBook pro 16" 2019. It is suggested to charge the mac only via the USB C1/2 port.
Q: If i plugin two iphone 12 to usb-c port to charge, does it harm iphone? what if i plug in only 1 phone? is it smart to identify device and distribute
A: The 65W USB C charger will smartly identify devices connected and distribute the current, and it works whether you connect one or two iPhone 12 to the charger. Please kindly note that when multiple devices are connected at the same time, plugging a new device in or unplugging any of the devices from the charger will render a short charging pause for other devices. This short pause is due to the power redistribution of the charger. Hope it helps.