RPM Tesla I've seen their video on how to install it here: I also read somewhere that the Tesla USB chargers are standard 1 A. In order for fast charging to work, you NEED at least 2A drive. From an electrical engineering standpoint, if you input 1A at 5V to the charger, the maximum power you can get is 5W despite what he claims to be a 10W charger. This makes me REALLY skeptical of what they're offering and it just seems really shady. For experimental purposes, I actually bought one of these same chargers from Amazon and it is a piece of crap from China (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074XC73D3/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A2VASV321ZTF9A&psc=1). It has 5 stars with 8 reviews, but when I tested it in my car, it was pulling SO MUCH CURRENT that I actually started smelling the electronics. In my home it was fine, but it was charging about half a percent per minute which is incredibly slow for fast wireless charging (compare this to a Samsung fast wireless charger). The surprising thing is that it actually IS recognized by the wireless power consortium as a qi certified device (Product details) Anyone else have thoughts on this?