Navitas GaN FETs for tiny USB-C charger with OLED screen

Navitas GaN FETs for tiny USB-C charger with OLED screen

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By Nick Flaherty

Australian designer Chargeasap has used GaN FETs from Navitas and graphene cooling for a four port, 270W USB-C charger.

Zeus is the world’s smallest 270W GaN charger capable of charging four devices at the same time. Shipping is expected to be in May 2023.

Each of the Zeus chargers uses four Navitas GaNFast NV6127 FETs that measures 90 x 42 x 50mm and weighs 320g. The dense circuit board is surrounded by high-density thin heat sinks to aid in heat dissipation and an industry-first graphene ribbon sheet that is strategically wrapped around the major charger components to further aid in cooling

It includes 3 USB-C ports, compatible with the latest Macbook Pro 16” (140W) and Dell Windows laptops and one USB-A port, as well as a 0.96” OLED screen to display real time charging volts and amps.

The Zeus 270W includes Chargeasap’s patent-pending 2-way foldable US prongs, helping to cut down on clutter and cords and can be adjusted at a 90° or 180° angle, allowing users to fit the Zeus charger into any tough to fit wall plug, be that floor or wall. 

With 2 x 100W, 1 x 140W USB-C and 1 x 36W USB-A Power Delivery, a single Zeus 270W charger can power 3 laptops simultaneously, and at full speed.

The Chargeasap 270W Zeus GaN charger campaign commences on Kickstarter following several other successful campaigns.

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