Nokia Pro Car Charger P6101
Stay charged on the road.
Built-in 22.5W USB-A port and 20W USB-C port means no more waiting for your devices to be charged before you can leave the house.
Compatible with most devices including mobile phones, Nintendo Switch, Google Pixel, and true wireless earbuds.
Reliable and safe
Built-in smart circuitry protects against overcharging, short-circuiting, and voltage instabilities.
Sleek, convenient design
Designed for the journey
The P6101 instantly transforms any vehicle with a 12V to 24V cigarette lighter outlet into a charging station.
The sleek and lightweight P6101 perfectly blends into the dashboard and charges two devices through one outlet.
Easy to handle
Mini foldable handle design for struggle-free plugging and unplugging. Simply drive, charge, remove and go.
Frequently asked questions
It can charge two devices simultaneously.
No. Smartphones have a complete set of power management protocols. In fast-charging mode, high-power charging is not maintained throughout. Instead, the power fluctuates to minimize potential damage to the battery
The Nokia P6101 works with all kinds of cars, trucks or vans with a 12V or 24V auxiliary power outlet.
No. If an abnormality occurs, the car charger has been designed to protect the vehicle by failing first, so the Nokia P6101 will stop working and prevent any damage to the car.
No, the car charger's electromagnetic signal conforms to international standards and will not cause interference to other electronic devices.
When the car charger and smartphone supports the same fast-charge protocol, as well as the charging cable also supporting fast charging, it will then be activated. Common fast-charging protocols include USB-IF PD3.0/PD2.0, Qualcomm QC3.0/QC2.0 and Huawei SCP/FCP.
It may be caused by connecting two devices to the Nokia P6101 simultaneously, as it does not support fast charging two devices simultaneously, it only supports fast charging of one device at a time.
First, check that the charging cable is properly connected to the phone socket. If it is, then check whether there is any damage to the charging cable. Finally, try connecting it to another device. If it still won’t charge, please contact our service department for further assistance. Contact information of our servicing partners can be found at the bottom of our support page: Please visit www.nokia.com/shop/support.
This usually occurs with an iPhone when you are either not using an original Apple charging cable or there’s dirt on the cable’s Lightning Cable connector. Try switching back to the original Apple charging cable or removing any dirt from the connector. You should now be able to resume charging.
If your phone supports fast charging but does not display the fast-charging icon when charging, the charger may be incompatible with the phone’s fast-charging protocol. Common fast-charging protocols include USB-IF PD3.0/PD2.0, Qualcomm QC3.0/QC2.0 and Huawei SCP/FCP. Alternatively, the connection with the data cable may be faulty.