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True Blue expands USB product line
Personal electronics require USB-C compatibility and need more and more power to operate. The 100 watt chargers provide all the power they need with a direct plug into a USB port and no bulky charging adaptor.
True Blue Power’s USB ports eliminate the need for a bulky charging adaptor.

True Blue Power, a specialist in electrical power systems for the global aerospace industry, has added 100 watt USB-C charging ports to its line of MAX Power USB chargers (TA360 series). Engineered with the latest power delivery (PD) technology, these chargers deliver seven times more power than competing products and will meet the requirements of personal electronics in the cabin and cockpit for years to come.

“As new mandates require USB-C compatibility for personal electronics, and tablets and laptops need more and more power to operate, our new, 100 watt chargers fill the gap,” says senior vice president of technology and products Matthew Harrah. “And in many cases, they are replacing AC outlets. Now, your device can get all the power it needs by directly plugging into a USB port without a bulky charging adaptor.”

True Blue Power's 100 watt USB chargers supply 5-20 volts of power at 3-5 amps for smartphones, tablets, electronic flight bags (EFBs) and headphones. They feature intelligent, device-driven voltage output, which guarantees each device receives the maximum power needed, locking in the fastest, most efficient charging possible.

All True Blue Power USB chargers are TSO-certified and offer a limited lifetime warranty. They are easy to install and available in single, dual, lighted and non-lighted configurations.

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