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Old 10-05-2019, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi �� my good, tech people:

I wish to know whether is it electronically possible, safe to connect two commuted powers (such as laptops chargers) in parallel; So, I raise intensity & power, as I keep up with the same voltage?

In advance, thank you for your time & help
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Short answer - Nope.
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Hi �� my good, tech people:

I wish to know whether is it electronically possible, safe to connect two commuted powers (such as laptops chargers) in parallel; So, I raise intensity & power, as I keep up with the same voltage?

In advance, thank you for your time & help
Basically is possible, technically hard to do with laptop original chargers because they are impulse chargers.
In real life it is never needed because minimal charger power is 65W, but usually any laptop doesn't use never more than 35W. If uses, then is something very wrong.
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Greatly put! Many thanks!
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