These cables are designed exclusively for use with REFLEX VOLT Power Supplies! They MAY work with other USB PD supplies, but 12V isn't always output.
It is up to YOU to verify the voltage and polarity prior to connecting your console. The use of non-REFLEX power supplies is NOT supported.
NOT FOR MISTER!!!
Want to use modern, compact, and sometimes portable USB Power Delivery (PD) chargers to clean up your entertainment center, or to game on the go? Now you can! Introducing Reflex Volt cables. These cables are all 100% factory made and are intended for use with Reflex Volt USB PD Power Supplies!
How it works:
USB PD is a flexible standard that supports multiple voltages over a single connector: 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V, and 20V. These purpose built cables negotiate the correct voltage from the power supply and output to the console the same as the stock power supplies do.
Note 1: Not all USB PD chargers support all voltages. The Reflex Volt power supplies support all necessary voltages. Check your charger's supported voltages before plugging in. Notably, some chargers don't output 12V, but all Reflex Volt chargers do.
Note 2: Not all multi-port USB PD chargers support individual voltages per port. The Reflex Volt power supplies are labeled as to which ports support which voltages. Wii U is the only console that doesn't use 9V or 12V. All other console can use any port on any Reflex Volt power supplies.
Each cable is clearly labeled with the voltage, and polarity. Two high quality, glossy labels are applied to the cable reminding which voltage to check for on the USB C end and which consoles are supported on the console end. GameCube, Wii, and Wii U have a single label since their connectors are unique. GameCube connectors are a bit tight but no other connectors exist. Each GameCube has been inserted and removed onto my personal GameCube.
I purchased the Reflex Volt PD power supply along with the Wii & Wii U cables. Its almost unnaturally satisfying to have it this neat, tidy and compact setup compared to the two huge OEM bricks they were hooked up to before.
I bought the Reflex Volt power adapter and several cables, and they work well on my consoles, and save me some space on my power strip. The power is nice and clean - original adapters could cause video interference when the power cables were too close to the A/V cables, but this is not an issue with this adapter and cables. When a SuperGrafx cable becomes available, I'll get that one too !
I purchased multiple cables for several of my consoles and they're awesome. They work great and help with cable management. Pair it with the Reflex Volt USB PD power supply for a good time.
Reflex Volt Console Power Cables
bless this green cable for replacing an incredibly shady multi-voltage multi-tip adapter that came with my twin famicom. porkchop is one of the few people id trust not to blow my baby up when i plugged it in. working perfectly even with an everdrive n8pro, an rgb blaster, and a bunch of accessories plugged in
(the purple cable for my snes works too but replacing an snes woulda been no big deal, yknow? lol)