How Many Watts Does a Cell Phone Charger Use?


The first cell phone was released in the year 1983. The amount of watts that a cell phone charger uses is 10 to 16 watts per day. Some of the names of the cell phone companies in December of 2012 are Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
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To know how many watts of energy a cell phone uses to charge, you should check the package of your cell phone charger for the voltage of the charger. The average 12 volt charger will draw around 4 watts of power from the outlet while it is charging from a dead battery. A partially charged battery will draw around 2 to 3 watts of energy. Unplug your phone charger when it is not in use.
How many watts a phone charger uses depends on the actual charger. If you look at the label on the charger, it should list the amps and volts. You can find the watts by multiplying the volts times the amps.
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Cell Phone charger is nothing but a DC power supply. It contains a step down transformer or impedance circuit to step down AC,a rectifier along with filter and finally regulator.
1. Check which kind of charger you are using. Some cell phones can be charged in a car and through the traditional outlet charger. Car chargers plug directly into the cigarette lighter
Roughly i can say, they use about 5 to 10 watts. Not more than that. Embed Quote
I'm pretty sure the 0-25 W setting will be fine. My phone (not a Blackjack) uses 5V @ 0.35A to charge in just a few hours. Yours would have to use more than 10 times that (more than
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