Sphero Edu USB Charging Hub - US Plug


Need a way to charge a dozen bots? This sweet setup includes one 6-port USB Charging Hub, perfect for charging your classroom kits and packs. This hub can charge multiple products at a time.

  • 6 USB ports with voltage surge protection
  • Full charge takes about 3 hours
  • Works with all micro-USB powered bots

Tech Specs: 

  • Input: AC100-240V 50/60Hz
  • Output: DC 5V-2-2.4A (MAX)

NOTE: Optimal for with use with Sphero BOLT, Mini, indi, and SPRK+ robots. Not for use with RVR/RVR+.

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