If you are a person who prefers to go straight to the answer, without knowing the explanation, so now I can answer that yes, you can carry your Kindle with wall charger iPhone or iPad. All technical details to support this response are over post, but if you prefer to ignore them, I will not blame him.
As I said in the post about Kindle x iPad, Paperwhite decided to buy the Kindle so you can read my thousands of electronic books (e-books), but, despite the Kindle Paperwhite has the great advantage of the battery last for centuries (lasts up 8 weeks), one day you will have to load it. The Kindle Paperwhite unfortunately does not come with an adapter to appear so you can charge it independently of a computer with USB port , because it only comes with a USB cable with micro-USB output. Find it annoying to have to occupy a USB port on my notebook for this, addition to relying on the call note and wait 4am needed to fully charge the Kindle.
My question was: if I have the wall charger iPhone, I can also use it to charge your Kindle Paperwhite? Wanted to know the technical specifications of tension and ampere output wall charger iPhone, do charger recommended by Amazon, USBs ports and input specifications (voltage and ampere) do Kindle Paperwhite. I researched a lot and found the post “Tip: How to charge your Kindle Paperwhite without computer on and without blowing it up?” (something like: Say: How to charge your Kindle Paperwhite without the computer and without blowing it) that clearly responds to sim.
The Kindle Paperwhite need an average voltage of 5v to be loaded. Put a USB (either 2.0 or 3.0), the wall charger iPhone, do iPad, o Recommended by Amazon, they all provide an average output voltage of 5v, but they all vary in the amount of ampere. See the table below:
|Power Supply||Tension (volts)||Ampere|
|Wall Charger iPhone||5.0In||1.0A|
|Wall charger for iPad||5,1In||2.1A|
|Wall charger for Amazon||5.0In||0.85A|
How can we repair the comparison table above, what else ranges from all sources of supply is the value of the ampere. See what it means:
What is Ampere?
Ampere, according to Wikipedia, is the standard unit of measurement of intensity electric current. Can sum up all the explanation of electric current as the amount of electrons flowing from one point to another in a given time. The higher the ampere, greater the amount of electrons that are going through the site.
The electrical parameters are: tension (measured in volts), electric current (measured in ampere) and resistance (measured in Ohms). Mathematically they relate to the following formula:
|V = R x I|
Where V = voltage, And R = Resistance I = ampere)
Then, to discover the electric current (ampere), derive the above formula as follows:
|I = V / R|
In other words, lower resistance, the greater the electrical current. This makes perfect sense, if it is too conductive medium, with little or no resistance, more electric current will, in the same time, if compared with other means more resistive. Making an analogy, spend a lot more water in a pipe 20cm radius in another pipe just 5cm radius, 5cm because it would be a more “Resistive”.
Looking at the picture again, we can say that the iPad charger circuit materials have lower resistivity than other chargers, because the amount of amps output is 2.1A, and that the USB port is made from components more resistive, 0.5A output.
What Ampere influence the load?
As explained above, the higher the ampere, the greater the electrical current and, consequently, the greater the quantity of electrons being moved in time. Conceptualizing a battery as a reservoir of electrons, We can therefore conclude that, the higher the value of electric current (ampere), the lower the time required to load it.
I have not studied in depth to see if the Kindle Paperwhite take exactly half the time to charge the battery using the iPhone charger, compared to the charging time using a USB, since the ampere charger iPhone (1.0A) is double the value of the USB port (0.5A), but I can say that it will take less time.
Although I have already answered the question in the first paragraph whether I can use the wall charger iPhone or iPad to load the Kindle Paperwhite, I repeat the answer: Yes, you can not use them to explode your Kindle.