Review: CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Monitor

By | March 13, 2017

Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Monitor
The CHOETECH CHOE-C0056 is a USB charger that can monitor Amps and Voltage a device is using.
 
There are many situation this can come in handy when knowing the voltage and current a USB device is using is needed.
 
This is useful for me to show how well a smartphone or tablet charger is working, including solar panel phone chargers.
 
Specifications
Input: 3.6 – 20 Volts DC (30 volts max)
Measuring Range: 0.1 – 3.0 Amps (7 Amp Max)
Tolerance 2% (5% Max)
Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Specifications
 
It comes with Instructions and the unit.
Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Instructions
 
The unit is simple enough with a standard USB connection on one end and a Micro-USB on the other end.
Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Overview
 
To test it I plugged it into a Galaxy S6 smartphone which showed the charging Amps at 0.25 A.
Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Monitor Pic 7
 
The display is clear and easy to read.
Review CHOETECH Micro USB Cable with Current Voltage Monitor Pic 5
 
It can be used with Quick Charging 2.0 and 3.0 technology and even be used as a data transfer cable with a 480Mbps transfer speed.
 
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Summary
I am still testing the CHOETECH Micro USB cable current and voltage monitor so far with good results.
 
It is no doubt a niche related item that is built to solve a problem that may not seem obvious.
 
I plan to use it to test the many different smartphone and tablet charges, mainly the solar units to see how well they work.
 
It would also work well in a camping setup for those wanting to see how much of a drain devices are using, getting rid of the electronics that use a lot of Amps and voltage.
 
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure a unit is a good fit for you.

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