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XIAOMI CDQ06ZM Power Delivery 60W 6-Port USB C Desktop Charger – Fast Charge Type C PD Charger with One 18W PD Port, One 18W QC Port and Four 2.4A Ports for Smartphones & Switch & Tablets
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6-Port High Power Output:
One USB-C port with Power Delivery,
one0 port and four USB-A ports with Apple 2.4A fast charge deliver a total output of up to 60W, allowing simultaneous fast charging for 6 devices.
Multiple Fast Charging Technologies:
USB-Cport with Power Delivery also implements Apple 2.4A fast charge, and supports 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A output, able to quick charge PD-capable devices:
iPhone XS / XS Max / XR / X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung S10 / S10+, Xiaomi MI 9, Google pixel 3, Nintendo Switch, iPad Pro, etc.0 port deliver up to 18W to fast fuel QC-compatible devices: Samsung S10 / S10+, Google Pixel 3 / Pixel 2, HTC U11, Xiaomi MI 9, etc.
Four 2.4A ports intelligently recognize your device and boost charging speed up to 2.4A each, allowing full-speed charging for most Apple devices, like iPad mini, iPhone 7 / 7 Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, etc.
Guaranteed Safety: Built-inhigh-precision components and current-limiting chip ensure that every port works in the safe current range, effectively
protecting against overvoltage, overcurrent, overheating, short circuit and more to enhance safety for you.
Elegant and Durable Exterior: Solid built housing is made of fireproof material to resist excessive heat.
Finishing polish gives a sleek and tidy look to this charger.
Travel Ready: The compact design and 100-240V input make this PD charger ideal for worldwide travel.
I am wondering if any one knows of a power supply that will power 4 or more raspberry pi4 with the type C plug? (Yes I would like the full 3 amps or more)
I thought of a standard ATX power supply, and get a bunch of USB-C cables and cut the other end off and solder them together.
The downside is its awful hacky, and then there is no safety mechanisms besides what the PSU provides.