What's GaN and why do you need it?

Gallium Nitride, or GaN, is a chip material that's starting to be used for semiconductors in chargers. It was used to make LEDs and it's also a popular material for solar cell arrays on satellites. The main thing about GaN when it comes to chargers is that it produces less heat. Less heat means components can be closer together, so a charger can be smaller than ever before—while maintaining all the power capabilities and safety standards.

Why GaN is the future of charging?

Most of us have a few electronic devices that need charging. With a charger that uses GaN technology, we get a whole lot more bang for our buck—both now and in the future.

Since the overall design is smaller, most GaN chargers incorporate USB-C Power Delivery. This offers fast charging for compatible devices. Most current smartphones allow fast charging of some kind and even more devices will have this option in the future.

The most efficient power

Being lightweight and occupying less space makes GaN chargers great for travel. One charger is all most people will need when it has enough power for everything from a phone to a tablet and even a laptop.

Heat is a major factor in determining how long electronic devices keep working, and chargers are no exception. The efficiency of GaN in transferring power keeps heat to a minimum, so a modern GaN charger will keep working for a lot longer than non-GaN chargers made even a year or two in the past.

World's Smallest GaN Power

Our 65W GaN Charger is an excellent example of the next-generation solutions that Mopoint creates. It’s the smallest 65W GaN charger on the market and brings the convenience of fast, powerful, and safe charging into an ultra-compact design. Ideal for travel, home or office, you’ll be able to charge your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or other USB-C devices, with a single powerful charger. Using innovative GaN technology, this charger provides up to 65W of power for any compatible device. Built-in protection keeps your devices safe from overcurrent and over voltage damage. USB-C Power Delivery certification ensures fast and reliable performance with your devices.