USB-Bug™ Tester & Data Masker: Prevents Data Transfer, Tests Power, Voltage, and Current of 2.0/3.0 Ports - (USB-BUG)
The Triplett USB-Bug is designed to test the power, voltage, and current of USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 charging ports. Connect the USB-Bug inline between the power source and the device you are trying to charge. Read More >
The Triplett USB-Bug is designed to test the power, voltage, and current of USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 charging ports. Connect the USB-Bug inline between the power source and the device you are trying to charge. Test current from 0 to 3 Amps. If the current is over 3 Amps, the USB-Bug will flash the decimal point quickly. Test voltage from 3.2 VDC to 30 VDC. If the voltage is greater than or equal to 5.6 VDC, the decimal point indicator on the voltage measurement will flash quickly. If the voltage is less than 4.4 VDC, the decimal point indicator on the voltage measurement will flash slowly. Test power from 0 to 99.9W.
- The USB-Bug will dTest Power (0 to 99.9W), Voltage (3.2 to 30VDC) and Current (0 to 3A) on USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 charging ports with over-voltage, under-voltage and over-current indicators
- Measure capacity (in mAh) to verify output of portable battery pack
- Intelligent charging feature automatically selects the safest maximum current for your phone or tablet (charging your phone or tablet up to 50% faster)
- Dual output for charging two USB devices off of one USB 3.0 port; One port is a specially designed masked port to charge your phone or tablet without any data being transferred
The USB-Bug will display the Amp hours (Ah) and milliamp hours (mAh) that have passed through the Tester. This displays as a cumulative number and is useful when determining how quickly/effectively a portable battery charger is working. The USB Bug has a built-in Smart Chip for Intelligent Charging that allows it to determine the safest maximum current your PD can accept. It can charge your phone or tablet up to 50% faster than aftermarket/generic chargers. There are two USB out ports. The top port, called the Unmasked Port, allows data to transfer while charging. The bottom port, called the Masked Port, blocks any data from being transferred. You can use the Masked Port to charge your phone or tablet without having to worry about anyone accessing your data.
|USB Plug||(1) USB-A male plug|
|USB Port||(2) USB-A ports (1 with data and power pass-through;
the other only power pass-through)
|Operating Voltage||3.2 to 30VDC|
|Over Voltage Indicator||Greater than or equal to 5.6VDC|
|Under Voltage Indicator||Less than or equal to 4.4VDC|
|Current||0 to 3A|
|Over Current Indicator||Greater than or equal to 3A|
|Working Current||less than 20mA|
|Measurement rate||2 readings/second|
|USB Cable Length||~120mm|
|Dimensions||2.7 x 1 x 4.7" (69 x 26 x 120mm)|
Q: What is a USB Tester?
A: A USB Tester is a device used to measure various parameters of USB ports and cables. It provides real-time data on voltage, current, power, and data transmission speed, making it ideal for troubleshooting and testing USB devices.
Q: What is a USB Port Tester?
A: A USB Port Tester is a device designed to check the functionality and electrical parameters of USB ports. It can verify if the port provides sufficient power and is working correctly.
Q: What is a USB Power Tester?
A: A USB Power Tester is a device designed to measure the power output of USB ports, power adapters, and power banks. It provides valuable information on voltage, current, and power capacity.
Q: What is a USB Voltage Tester?
A: A USB Voltage Tester is a device used to measure the voltage output of USB ports and power sources. It ensures that the USB port is providing the correct voltage for charging and data transfer.
Q: How does a USB Tester work?
A: The USB Tester is connected between the USB source (like a power adapter or computer) and the USB device (like a smartphone or tablet). It measures the electrical parameters as the current flows through it and displays the results on its screen.
Q: What can I use a USB Tester for?
A: USB Testers are useful for testing the performance and safety of USB ports, chargers, power banks, and USB cables. They also help identify faulty cables and devices and ensure proper charging or data transfer.