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Xperia z2 tablet charger specification

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Xperia z2 tablet charger specification

I lost my charger. Can anyone suggest me what charger should i use by specification? 

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Re: Xperia z2 tablet charger specification



you can buy one of the most recent Xperia/Sony chargers and it will work just fine

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Re: Xperia z2 tablet charger specification

Hi @Tryyf, sorry to hear about what has happened. Slightly frowning Face

As @uliwooly wrote, you can use any charger that is included with an Xperia product, either a phone or a tablet.

The charger that is included together with your device can vary between both markets and retailers, but the most common one is the EP880.

  • Output 5.0DVC = 1500mA

Note! VDC=Volts Direct Current, mA=milliamps


In later products, the charger that is included with the device, at least in the Nordic market where I'm situated is the UCH20, however that one has the same output as the EP880!

I hope that helps in your hunt for a new charger! Slightly smiling Face

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