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What power adapter can I use to charge my Arlo Pro or Arlo Go batteries?

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What charger do I need to charge my Arlo Pro? I purchased the OMNIHIL 2-Post USB Charger w/Micro USB for Arlo Pro from Amazon and I am getting a message telling me that the charging source is not an  Arlo.

Model: VMC4030| Arlo Pro Wire-Free Camera

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The Pro needs a Qualcom compatable dual voltage charger that puts out at least 1.5a @ 5v and 1.1a @ 9v.

The camera will run on 5v but not charge the battery pack.

 

The Go using a similar charger but i believe the current is slighty higher on the output,( the weather proof charger puts out 2a @ 5v and 2.23a @ 9v)

 

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The Pro needs a Qualcom compatable dual voltage charger that puts out at least 1.5a @ 5v and 1.1a @ 9v.

The camera will run on 5v but not charge the battery pack.

 

The Go using a similar charger but i believe the current is slighty higher on the output,( the weather proof charger puts out 2a @ 5v and 2.23a @ 9v)

 

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It's got to be "fast charge" ... I bought a Samsung battery bank, it's a "fast charge" and I charge my batteries like that, no need to remove the batteries, no need to take the cameras down to recharge. It works really nice and it charges quick.Arlo.jpg