Leviton T5632-W Receptáculo Duplex y Cargador USB, Resistente a Interferencia, 15 Amperios, blanco
- El dispositivo más poderoso del mercado
- Dos puertos USB verticales de alta potencia
- Capacidad de carga de 3.6 A
- Puertos USB con chip inteligente que reconocen los requerimientos del dispositivo conectado y optimizan la carga de acuerdo con las necesidades
- Cableado posterior y lateral para una fácil instalación
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Leviton T5632 USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle
Leviton’s groundbreaking USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle helps simplify the lives of electronic device users, eliminating the need for expensive USB adapters and providing a centralized location for charging devices like tablets, smartphones and portable music players. Users can charge two devices at the same time using the two USB ports; leaving the two outlets free for additional power needs.
Advanced Features, Smart Design
The Leviton USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle uses advanced technology to deliver the most efficient charging for every device. The USB ports are controlled by a smart chip that recognizes the charging needs of each unique device and optimizes current to reduce charging time. This allows users to spend less time waiting for devices to charge and more time enjoying them. The USB Ports are Type A, 2.0 and feature a combined power of 3.6 amps. The USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle features two high power ports, ideal for charging tablets and other high-draw portable devices. With these value-added features from Leviton, users can be sure they are making the smart choice for charging their electronic devices.
Every detail, down to the placement of the USB ports on the device, was carefully designed with the user in mind. While other USB receptacles have horizontally-oriented ports, the Leviton USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle features vertically positioned ports that provide more space for maneuvering of charging cords and help reduce stress on USB cables.
Easy Installation and Quicker Charging
The design of the Leviton USB Charger/Tamper-Resistant Duplex Receptacle allows for easy installation, making it a quick and aesthetically pleasing upgrade to any room. The receptacle is back and side-wired for broad compatibility with diverse wiring needs. Sporting a compact design, the device easily fits in any standard wall box. It has been designed for compatibility with standard wallplates, and can be multi-ganged with other standard Leviton devices. For an additional safety feature, the outlet complies with National Electrical Code requirements for tamper resistance and features a shutter mechanism to help prohibit access to electrical contacts by foreign inserted objects.
Leviton T5632 USB at a Glance
- Smart chip for fast, efficient charging.
- Two high-power ports for charging tablets and other high-draw devices.
- Charges two USB powered devices simultaneously; leaving the outlets free for additional power needs.
- Eliminates the need for expensive and clunky USB adapters.
- Five-year limited warranty.
Features and Benefits
- USB Ports are positioned vertically providing more space for maneuvering and reducing stress on the USB cables.
- Smart chip-powered USB ports recognize the requirements of attached device and optimize charge accordingly.
- Compatible with Decora and Decora Plus screwless wallplates.
- Can be multi-ganged with other devices.
- Compact design fits in a standard wallbox.
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So I went and installed another receptacle, and thankfully it outputs right at 5V (see second pic). The bad receptacle is going back, but I will periodically check the output voltage on the replacement ,since this experience has left me weary of the quality assurance done on this product.
I was worried that the USB plug would interfere with the plugs, but they do not.
Also, I have read a few reviews that there is only 1 screw for the Hot and 1 screw for the Neutral causing you to have to use a wire nut if the plug is not at the end of the circuit. While it true that there is only 1 screw each, there is a clamp at the terminals allowing you to back wire 2 wires on each screw. (I will try to add a picture.) It clearly explains this in the directions.
It does stick out a bit from the plate and the plate is not included, so don't forget that.
The outlet that I replaced had 5 wires attached, 2 black, 2 white, and a ground (bare). On first glance it looked like this Leviton only had three screws (white, black, and ground), so for a couple minutes I was confused on how to wire this, but after reading up and looking at the wiring diagram, I saw that the white and black screw clamps on this Leviton accept two wires each.
I can't say much more than what other reviewers wrote, so I'll touch on the differences between the two top sellers.
Quality - Leviton gets the edge. They're both made in China, and both UL certified. Neither feels cheap, unlike the rebranded no-name-odd-wallplate outlets that are all over the place here. (I think the Topgreener is also a rebranded generic outlet, but it's not as ubiquitous as the oddball $12 outlets.} Still, the Leviton feels a little bit more polished and solid. Plug action is a bit smoother. It's not a rebranded generic outlet. It's a brand you know.
Appearance - tie. The surface of the Leviton is smooth, but it projects a few millimeters from a standard Decora/decorator wallplate. Spacers or washers help a bit, as does using a Lutron Claro wallplate. The surface of the Topgreener is a bit rougher, but it sits flush with a standard wallplate.
Accessories - Topgreener. It comes with both a standard decorator wallplate, and a nice clone of the otherwise pricey Lutron Claro wallplate. The Leviton doesn't have any added wallplates.
Ease of installation - tie. Both allow traditional side wiring, and push-in screw-secured rear wiring, just like most commercial grade outlets.
Charging power - I'll edit this is someone buys me a USB tester.
Packaging . Topgreener. A simple cardboard box, with polished branding/graphics and a cellophane window. The Leviton comes in a clamshell/cardboard hybrid package that's not difficult to open, but you're still dealing with plastic.
Neither hum or buzz. Neither can be wired for a half hot switched outlet. Neither have an indicator light. Both have instructions in readable English. (and, for the Leviton, Spanish and Fremch.).
The verdict - a draw, really. If you don't mind paying a bit extra for wallplates, and don't mind that it takes some work to get the face flush, and are brand conscious, go with Leviton. If you're looking for bang for the buck, and you're using Lutron Claro wallplates (and draining your checking account in the process), Topgreener has the edge.