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How To Choose A Third-party Adapter For Your Notebook
Jan 14, 2019

Most people know that most of the charger and data cable of the smartphone can be mixed, which will affect the charging speed at most. If the notebook's power interface type is the same, the charging cables that come with different adapters can be inserted in physical conditions. Is this kind of take-upism appropriate?

Because the notebook is a kind of equipment with complicated manufacturing process and parameters, different configurations have their own specific power supply parameters, so the output power of its external adapter is also true. If the power adapter you use for your notebook is not powerful enough, the battery may not be fully charged or run at full speed. In addition, the temperature of the adapter may increase due to over-power operation, and the risk of burning the adapter or even damaging the notebook may occur!

Due to the needs of the work, some users need to have an additional adapter. If you buy the original brand adapter, the price is too high; if you don't have the original adapter when the notebook has no battery, this is a very troublesome thing. At this time, I have to face the use of non-original adapters.

When choosing to use a third-party adapter, or if you are not sure whether the third-party adapter can be used by yourself, you should check it from the following points.

The first thing to look at is whether the interface type is universal, that is, whether the power cord that comes with it matches the power socket of the notebook. This is a prerequisite for being able to use. Secondly, the voltage and current output by the adapter are the same as those of the original adapter, if there is an inconsistency. Then the output power of the adapter needs to be the output power of the original adapter, and the output voltage is not too different. This can also be used when the third-party adapter you are using has a slightly lower voltage and a slightly larger current than the original adapter.