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Anker 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology

Anker 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology

wall charger - 71AN3654W-WA

Product Description

Off-the-charts power. PowerIQ technology. 5 ports. Charging re-created for our multi-device world.

Compatibility maximized.

Not all charging ports are created equal. Standard ports only charge Apple OR Android devices at full speed. But with PowerIQ™ technology, each port intelligently identifies your device and seeks to maximize its charging speed.

Off-the-charts power.

Say goodbye to using multiple adapters & outlets. Say hello to all-in-one charging convenience. With an industry-high 40W power output among 5 ports, charge any combination of phones, tablets or other USB-charged devices at full speed (up to 8A). Even charge a trove of 5 power-hungry tablets all at once.

Compact and cable-chaos free.

About the size of a deck of playing cards (3.6 x 2.3 x 1.0in), place on your workstation, nightstand, or even the entryway desk - creating the perfect charging hub for your gear or the family's.Or, take it traveling; the unibody construction withstands bumping when stowed in your bag.

Powerful yet safe.

Using top-grade microchips and built-in fail-safes, we can ensure you receive full power and also full safety. We incorporated a unique port-level circuit protection system that shuts it down in the event of overvoltage, overcurrent, overheating or short circuits.

Usage note

- To ensure complete safety and best performance, we strongly recommend using your device’s original cable or a third-party certified cable (such as MFI).

Broad Compatibility.

Compatible with ALL phones, tablets and other USB-charged devices.

Customer Reviews

microeye
  • Charges everything fast!Verified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology for iPhone 5s 5c 5; iPad Air mini; Galaxy S5 S4; Note 3 2; the
  • Charges everything except my iPod Classic (and the description has now been edited to show that). DOES charge my Asus Transformer Book T100, which is great. It's the Android Transformers with the unusual 15V chargers it can't charge. The long cord is unnecessary sometimes, but when you're charging devices from the outlet underneath a plane seat, it's really handy.
  • 2014-07-24

Bill Reitz
  • Anker 5 port USB chargerVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology for iPhone 5s 5c 5; iPad Air mini; Galaxy S5 S4; Note 3 2; the
  • Saves space when motorcycle touring, that's a good thing.
  • 2014-07-24

Xinhui Duan
  • So far so good!Verified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology for iPhone 5s 5c 5; iPad Air mini; Galaxy S5 S4; Note 3 2; the new HTC
  • I have an android HTC One. It charged fast with this charger. The peak charge mA can reach near 1A (from Battery Monitor).I only have one device, so I am not able to test its capability of simultaneously charging multiple devices.
  • 2014-07-24

Sumudu Gamage
  • So useful!Verified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology for iPhone 5s 5c 5; iPad Air mini; Galaxy S5 S4; Note 3 2; the new HTC One (
  • This is perfect for those who have way too many gadgets. I bought it for my husband and haven't heard a bit of complaint!
  • 2014-07-24

James Patterson
  • QualityVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology for iPhone 5s 5c 5; iPad Air mini; Galaxy S5 S4; Note 3 2; the new HTC One (M8)
  • Quality built doesn't have a cheap feel to it!!
  • 2014-07-24
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Customer FAQ

Q1.  Which charging port should I use to charge my device?
Thanks to PowerIQ technology, each charging port can charge any device at full speed – there's no need to find a specific port.
Q2.  What if the Anker 5-port Wall Charger is not charging my device(s)?
A. Check to ensure that your device is USB-powered with an input current between 0 and 8A and a voltage input of 5V.
B. Check to ensure that the power cord is connected to an active wall outlet and also firmly connected to the Anker 5-port Wall Charger.
Q3.  How do I check my device’s input current and voltage?
Please refer to your device’s user manual, original OEM charging adapter, or contact the manufacturer to determine this information.
Q4.  What is the maximum ouput of one usb port?
5V 2.4A.
Q5.  My device charges at 1 Amp, will this charger’s 8 Amp output harm it?
No, the charger will only supply the maximum charge current allowed by your device up to 2.4 Amps from each port.
Q6.  What if the Anker 5-port Wall Charger charges my device(s) slowly?
A. Check to ensure that the cable you are using to charge is the original cable that came with your device.
B. Check to ensure that the total input current required by your devices is not higher than 8A if you charge several devices at the same time.
C. Please email us at support@ianker.com during your 18-month warranty if your device appears to be defective or you need further help.
Q7.  What kind of USB charging cables should I use with this charger?
To ensure complete safety and best performance, we strongly recommend
using your device's original cable or a third-party certified cable
(such as MFI).
Q8.  When the charger is plugged into an outlet but has no devices plugged in, will it consume power? What is the standby power consumption?
The charger will consume almost no power in this state. Its standby power consumption is rated at ≤0.5W.

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PS3 joypads
Should this charger be able to charge playstation 3 controllers? When I plug one into the anker charger it doesn't respond, but it charges when then I plug it into a ps3 USB port. I'm using the original supplied cable in both cases.
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alexhelm
For PS3 controllers, I have had friends who had success with charging cables with the data ports shorted out.
Reply Report as spam Jul 23, 2014 at 11:11 PM
ANKER Team


Sony's propriety charging system means that it's very difficult to find an external battery that will charge them. The pads can only be charged with the PS3 itself or a computer's USB port.
Reply Report as spam Jul 24, 2014 at 2:30 AM
Compatibility with QI charging pad
Should this charger work with a QI wireless charging pad (not made by Anker).  I'm trying to charge a Galaxy S4 via the wireless charger but it doesn't work when connected via the 5 port charger. I've swapped out the USB cable, tried the cable via another adaptor and can confirm the the 5 port charger seems to be the problem.
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Compatibility with QI wireless charger
Should this charger work with a QI wireless charging pad (not made by Anker).  I'm trying to charge a Galaxy S4 via the wireless charger but it doesn't work when connected via the 5 port charger. I've swapped out the USB cable, tried the cable via another adaptor and can confirm the the 5 port charger seems to be the problem.
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ANKER Team


It's difficult to say without knowing exactly which charger it is and its specifications.

The 5 port charger can supply up to 5V/2.4A of power from each port so if the charger requires less than that then it should be working fine.

If the 5 port charger is not charging other devices as well then that could indicate a fault. Get in touch with our customer service team at support@ianker.com and they'll be able to help you further.
Reply Report as spam Jul 22, 2014 at 11:00 PM
Is a surge protector needed?
Would you recommend this charger be plugged into a surge protector?  Thanks for your help!
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Bryce Burns
I personally would recommend it to be pluged into one. A spike in power could ruin it and your phone but it shouldn't be absolutely necessary
Reply Report as spam Jul 21, 2014 at 11:42 PM
ANKER Team


The charger itself has surge protection and fuses built in but if you'd like that extra peace of mind then you can feel free to use it with a surge protector.
Reply Report as spam Jul 22, 2014 at 2:30 AM
UL Listed?
Hi, I'm very interested in purchasing your charger based on all of the great reviews.  It would definitely make life a lot easier having this device!  I was just wondering if it is UL Listed?  I'm concerned about safety issues when charging so many devices at one time.  Have their been any safety issues reported?  Does the charger heat up or become warm to touch?  Thanks so much!  I look forward to hearing back from you.
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ANKER Team


There have been no safety issues reported, it won't become very warm and it is UL listed!
Reply Report as spam Jul 22, 2014 at 2:00 AM
IPhone 4s
Whenever I use my charger with my IPhone 4s it shows as charging but never increases in battery level, it actually drops in level despite showing as charging. Other devices (Samsung Galaxy, Nexus 10) seem to charge no problem. Any ideas anyone?
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ANKER Team


Can you try using a different cable?

If you're still having problems then it could indicate a fault. Please contact our customer service guys at support@ianker.com and let them know.
Reply Report as spam Jul 21, 2014 at 2:00 AM
failing ports
I was planning on buying this item from amazon, but a scan of recent reviews has me concerned about port failures.  Looking over the reviews they are generally favorable, but there are signs that port failures are becoming more frequent.  The earliest of the 2500 reviews is January 2014.  Only 115 are 1 or 2 stars but of that number 42 are from July 1st to the 18th with most complaining of dead ports with many of those citing 2 to 3 months usage.  A few of the reviews spoke in a positive manner about Anker support so before deciding to avoid your product I would like to ask a few questions.  What is the quarantee duration in terms of port failures and what is the replacement policy/procedure if the product fails after the amazon return window?
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AnkerMember431
You can contact support@ianker.com if you experience any problems with the product when you buy it even if it is after the amazon return window.
Reply Report as spam Jul 19, 2014 at 5:16 PM
ANKER Team


Please be assured that we have an 18 month warranty on every single one of our products.

If any of our customers experiences any issues at all then our ultimate priority is making sure they have a replacement product ASAP.
Reply Report as spam Jul 21, 2014 at 12:30 AM
Faulty phone
Hello,My current smartphone (a Galaxy SII i9100) is faulty. It needs more power than it should be.I am currently using a 2.0A adapter to charge it.Would your Power IQ technology give my Samsung the power it needs or what he should be using (which is less and not enough now) ?Kind Regards
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AnkerMember431
It should since the ports have Power IQ Technology. That means the ports have a smart chip which identifies what kind of device it is and charges it at the fastest and most efficient way that it can.
Reply Report as spam Jul 19, 2014 at 5:02 PM
ANKER Team


The Galaxy S2 usually accepts an input of 5V/1A, if for some reason the phone is defective and is taking a higher charge then we can't guarantee that the Power IQ will work properly but in general it is able to supply 5V/2.4A.
Reply Report as spam Jul 20, 2014 at 10:30 PM
On/off switch?
I don't leave chargers plugged into the wall and have computer stations and entertainment devices plugged into energy efficient power strips. Does this come with and on/off switch? If you leave it plugged in, I read from another comment that the unit draws power and if you have the cords left plugged in to it, I'm guessing those draw power too? I'm ok leaving the device in, but if leaving the cords in draws power to, seems like a waste. Thank you!
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ANKER Team
If there are no devices plugged into the 5 port charger then it'll only draw <0.05A, and the cords shouldn't cause this number to increase.
Reply Report as spam Jul 17, 2014 at 12:53 AM
Elegant and Perfect for any use
Work as promised. The package is perfect in every detail. No worry about what kind of device I plug in.FIVE STAR
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ANKER Team


Excellent, we're glad to hear that the charger has simplified your tech experience.
Reply Report as spam Jul 16, 2014 at 9:00 PM
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