The two USB ports provide 1 and 2.1 amperes of charging current, respectively
With a protective housing, the phone and tablet can easily be made seaworthy. But in continuous operation the batteries of the device quickly run out. Even if there is a sealed charging connection on the housing, as here, the power supply remains a problem, because there were previously no weatherproof USB sockets or charging adapters.
That changes with the double socket from Scanstrut, it works with an input voltage of 6 to 30 volts and has two USB ports that deliver 5 volts and 1 or 2.1 amps. The Scanstrut can shouldn't go submarine, but thanks to the cap, splash water shouldn't be a problem. The manufacturer states that the socket complies with the IPX4 standard, even with the USB cables plugged in.
When the cap is closed, the USB connections should be protected against splashing water
The built-in socket should be available from March 31st and cost about 25 euros.
More information at: www.scanstrut.com