Adapts to your device
Enabling the fastest charge
External batteries and other charger usually are only able to charge certain devices at a single amperage — a lot of phones charge at 1.0 amps (sometimes slightly more), while most tablets charge at 2.1 amps. This can pose a problem when you want to charge your iPad, but don’t have a compatible charger. ZAAP is solving this with PowerFlo.
The technology “intelligently identifies your device and speaks with the language it needs for full speed charging.” This means that whenever you plug an iPhone in, it’ll detect that it’s an iPhone and charge it at the proper 1.0 amps, but if you plug an iPad in, it’ll detect that it’s an iPad and charge it at the proper 2.1 amps.
Granted, many USB charging products already have this kind of technology, but it’s something that isn’t as prevalent as it needs to be. So many USB chargers are only meant for one device at a single amperage and voltage, which is really frustrating when you can’t charge your iPad at full strength.
Slow chargers explained:
Why does your smartphone charge faster from some chargers and slower from others? The issue isn't just power output, it's compatibility. Standard chargers are hard-wired with one charging protocol even though every mobile device is unique.
Charge faster & Save time:
PowerFloTM technology dynamically detects and adapts to your device's unique charging protocol enabling it to charge at full speed. So thanks to PowerFloTM, together with ZAAP's industry-leading power output, charge faster and save time.