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SCHUKO® sockets with USB and JUNG Quick Charge®

17 Mar 2021

With JUNG always the right connection
The new JUNG SCHUKO® sockets with USB connection and JUNG Quick Charge® quickly recharge every battery – with an output of up to 18 Watt. With the integrated USB connections “made in Germany” various devices can be connected.

Ideal for cafés, hairdressing salons, hotels and of course at home or in the office: They are handy everywhere you need new energy quickly for smartphones or tablets. The models with JUNG Quick Charge® recharge mobile devices in no time at all, safely, tested and performant: The new JUNG SCHUKO® sockets with USB connections are “made in Germany” and 100 percent tested.

The version with JUNG Quick Charge® has an electrical output of 18 Watt and recharges mobile devices in a very short time, e.g. an iPhone 11 in only 105 minutes. The SCHUKO® sockets with JUNG Quick Charge® come with a socket with either USB type C or A. The JUNG ranges A and LS provide the matching frames.

JUNG Quick Charge® supports the following standards:
- Apple 2.4 A
- Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging
- Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
- USB Battery Charging
- USB Power Delivery

SCHUKO® sockets with USB type A and C
In addition to the versions with quick-charge function, JUNG also introduces SCHUKO® sockets with two USB connections (type A and C). They facilitate space-saving electrical installation and recharge smartphones, tablets or smartwatches without encumbering the socket with an additional charger. The JUNG SCHUKO® sockets with USB are the optimal 3-in-1 solution for this purpose. If several users are connected, the output per USB connection is distributed equally.
Moreover, JUNG has fitted its USB chargers with an additional USB-C connection, rendering connections within the building more flexible at an electric charging power of 15 Watt.