Molex In-Vehicle Media Modules | Tech Specs
For charging devices in vehicles, Molex offers a line of USB smart-charge modules that are easy to integrate and provides users easy-to-use chargers with a number of modern features.
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Molex In-Vehicle Media Modules
For charging devices in vehicles, whether personal or commercial, Molex offers a line of USB smart-charge modules that are easy to integrate and provides users easy-to-use chargers with a number of modern features. The chargers are pre-assembled and easy to design-in, with a plastic housing that fits existing rocker switch panel cutouts. They feature Molex Micro-Fit or Mini50 connectors on the rear, with an automotive grade USB Type-A connector on the front that is rated for ten thousand mating cycles. They also have backlit lettering and available halo lighting around the port to make finding and connecting to the charger easier in the dark. Single and dual port modules are available, with up to 2.4 amps of output current and support for multiple charging profiles, so users can quickly charge their device and get back to the important things, like posting selfies or crushing candy.
- Plastic housing fits existing rocker panel switch cutouts
- Molex Micro-Fit or Molex Mini50 rear connector
- Automotive-grade USB Type-A front connector, rated for 10k cycles
- Backlit lettering, available port halo lighting
- Single and dual port chargers
- Supported charging profiles: USB BC1.2, YD/T 1591-2009, Apple MFi, 1.2 V mode
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