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[Q] Does charging CABLE effect charging speeds?

24th May 2014, 02:07 AM |#1  
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Im curious if I can use the extraordinarily large USB cable from the nexus 7 coupled with my m8s wall plug and get the same charging speeds from the higher amp charging wall plug? I only ask because HTC makes some pretty short cables and hinders my internet browsing at night abilities

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Not at all. Charge away!

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Not at all. Charge away!

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Length of dc wire will lead to voltage drop. Lower voltage means the unit will draw more amps to get the same wattage of power. If anyone needs a longer cable make sure it's not cheap and that it uses a heavier gauge USB cable. Unless you are fan of heat in both your charger and phone.

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Yes, but we are talking a foot or two at most here; the voltage drop would be inconsequential.

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Length of dc wire will lead to voltage drop. Lower voltage means the unit will draw more amps to get the same wattage of power. If anyone needs a longer cable make sure it's not cheap and that it uses a heavier gauge USB cable. Unless you are fan of heat in both your charger and phone.

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Yes, but we are talking a foot or two at most here; the voltage drop would be inconsequential.

Depends. I have seen some pretty crazy six and ten foot cables lol. The user then wonders why the slow charge.
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