Charge Through Life With TurboPower™
Charging shouldn’t take forever. That’s why there’s TurboPower™ technology from Motorola. It's designed to give you hours of power in just minutes, so you can power up without slowing down.
What is TurboPower?
TurboPower™ is more than a family of fast chargers. It’s a complete system designed to work together, achieving the maximum amount of charge in the least possible time. And by developing a complete charging system, Motorola engineers can optimize any of the hardware and software components so that they work better together. The result? The fastest charging available on the market today.
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100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Standard: 5V / 1.67A (8W)
TurboPower: 9V / 1.67A (15W)
TurboPower: 12V / 1.2A (15W)
POWER CORD LENGTH
3.3 ft (1 m)
2.2 x 1.9 x 1.8 in (55 x 49 x 45 mm)
2.3 oz (66 g)
INCLUDED IN BOX
TurboPower™ 15 car charger
Detachable micro USB to USB charging cable
Other USB-compatible devices
TurboPower uses the phone software to monitor the current state and health of the battery. The software automatically adjusts the amount of charge delivered at every stage, resulting in optimal charging rates from the moment you plug it in.
TurboPower gives you up to 8 hours of power in just 15 minutes.
Yes, the TurboPower 25 Car Charger comes with a detachable micro USB to USB charging cable.
Thermal management is critical to top performance. Prolonged exposure to excessive heat can damage a battery. The TurboPower system is designed to avoid charging slowdowns due to heat, maintaining a steady and fast charging rate.
Yes. TurboPower wall and car chargers work best with Motorola phones but will charge any Qualcomm® Quick Charge 2.0 compatible smartphone or tablet at blazing speeds.
You can can power up any USB-powered device at standard speeds with a TurboPower charger—phones, tablets, cameras, gaming stations - you name it.