Charger for iPhone 3GS/4G (not original product)

31 May 2012


The product poses a risk of electric shock because:

  • The wires to the mains plug pins are not secured independently of their soldered connections.
  • The insulation between the primary and secondary windings of the transformer is not equivalent to reinforced insulation.
  • The creepage distance between primary and secondary windings is not sufficient.
  • The pins of the mains plug can break.

The product does not comply with the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) and the relevant European standard EN 60950.


Mains charger for iPhone in plastic and card packaging .

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Date 31 May 2012
Categories Chargers & Adaptors
Brands Unknown