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Old June 7th, 2013, 04:21 AM   #256 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by tastycaramel View Post
No. What I meant was whether the One can withstand it or not. Certain devices (especially older ones) may not be able to withstand high currents.
I know you meant that.

It doesn't work that way.

The device only has to withstand that which is pushed.

Current is not pushed.

No phone or tablet need be concerned with current (A) supply.

Not even the older ones.

Whether the One is rated for 1 A or 2 A has nothing to do with how electricity works, or how these devices do.

A 120 watt light bulb can only withstand 120 watts. At about 120 V, it draws about 1 A. Yet you plug it in to a 15 or 20 A circuit and nothing goes wrong.

Hope this helps!
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