The speed at which your device can charge is known as the amperage. One amperage is suitable for charging a small battery for a lengthy period. Amperage denotes how fast your device can charge. For a one amperage socket, it will take the whole evening for your smartphone to charge. In buying a USB outlet, you need to check the amperage rating. The amperage rating is different from the outlet. Some manufacturers do not tell the amperage rating of each USB outlet; in this case, all you have to do is to divide the total amperage listed in the wall socket across all ports. If the amperage is 3A and there are three ports in the socket then each but has one amperage dedicated to it.
Because of this, if you are charging a 2000 mah battery with a 4.8A socket would be faster than using a 2A socket. The knowledge of these charging speeds is beneficial, especially when you are charging bigger batteries.
Outlet Size and Layout
If you detached a standard wall socket of your wall, you would notice that it is thicker than your thumb.
USB sockets are much thicker than that. This is quite important because some old homes will need to replace the junction box before fixing the USB outlets. For new homes, it is an easy fix because new outlets started just a few years back.
Aesthetics should be one of your significant concerns anytime you are changing a part of your home or room. Varieties of colours of most USB wall outlets and Power plug adapter (หัว แปลง ปลั๊กไฟ ,which is the term in Thai) exists. So no matter the size or layout of your room, you are sure to get a matching USB outlet for it.
There are two formats associated with the USB, the micro USB header and the standard USB header. In fixing a USB outlet, you should be sure of which type of head are you use most often. Also, you might want to check out the USB c Port, it is fast rising and will be useful in years to come like the USA’s plug socket (ปลั๊กไฟ USA ,which is the term in Thai).