USB Dual Charger Port

4.5 Amp Charger

4.5 Amp USB Panel Dual Charger Port

Panel mounted USB Charger Ports are designed for Experimental Amateur Built (EAB) airplanes, but can be used in cars, trucks, boats or any vehicle with a flat panel and a 10 - 14 Volt DC power source.

For use with 12 volt battery systems only

For aircraft with 24 volt battery systems, a 24 volt to 12 volt converter must used, like this one from Aircraft Spruce.

Features of the Commit Lift USB Dual Charger Port:

  • CL-USB-IQ has a "Smart Chip" that dynamically configures charging port to the device and will "Rapid" charge any device plugged in.
  • Charger can "Rapid" charge a tablet and smart-phone simultaneously, or even "Rapid" charge two tablets simultaneously, including iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini 4 and iPad Pro. (Apple 12 watt protocol)
  • Dimensions: 2.5" L x 1.1" H x 1.5" D
  • Weight: 1 oz.
  • Charger port mounts to your panel with two 4-40 screws, not included.
  • Reverse polarity protection.
  • USPS Priority shipping included in price. Please pick proper shipping rate.
  • To understand "Rapid" charging vs. "Trickle" charging, read my booklet: Secrets Of USB Port Battery Charging


Intelligent Panel Mounted Charger with 2 USB ports.
Both ports will dynamically adapt to any device that is plugged in and signal it to "Rapid" charge.
Knows iPad 4 and 5 (Air), Mini 4, iPad Pro 12 watt protocol.
Knows all iPhone protocols, including iPhone 6.

$75 US
$100 Canada
$115 Int'l

Price includes US, Canadian or International shipping

Warranty: 90 days

Read the Port Installation Manual before ordering the charger:

Port Installation Manual .pdf

If you are interested in buying the designs with or without this website, give me a call.

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Oshkosh 2016 Presentation about USB Battery Charging.

Commit Lift
69242 Lariat
Sisters, OR 97759

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My book explains the technical aspects of battery charging using the USB port. Available at Amazon, iBooks, Smashwords, B&N, or Kobo in ebook format. The latest edition of this book has added emphasis on using an iPad in the cockpit of aircraft and gives pilots valuable insight on keeping an iPad charged while on for long periods of time.