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Non-certificated Portable Devices and Software

Charging an iPad
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The TSO-certified TA102 simultaneously provides 2.1 amps per charging port to any consumer product requiring a USB interface. This includes most cell phones, tablets and GPS devices.
This usb unit is also approved by Apple. Check my pictures of my panel Search for Zeiger, N185W. I have two installed. Very good units, work of 14v or 28v. I have 28.

Just bought an iPAD and have a 28v system. Anyone know if I can charge it in the 28v plug? Is there something out there that I can plug in to convert 28v to 14v if needed?
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