The new Dell Latitude 5430 sits as one of the top-tier business laptops; using 12th Gen Intel processors, you will be getting a boost in performance from an older model. Not only that, but the level of customization that’s available from Dell directly from their website, such as RAM, display, SSD storage, battery size, and the even charger, is something to behold. With this being a high-end laptop that you’re likely to use for work, school, and all-around web browsing needs, you may want to consider owning a spare charger for the Latitude 5430 because the laptop uses a USB-C port to charge from and finding a replacement charger is relatively simple.
However, when it comes to the charger included with the Dell Latitude 5430, you’re either going to be getting a 60W, 65W, or 90W charger. In this guide, we’ve chosen reliable chargers that you should consider if your original charger gets lost and you need a new charger for your Dell laptop. Some of these charges may be more reliable than the original charger as they may use more ports and be more portable.
Baseus 100W GaN 100W USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger
This Baseus wall charger is the replacement to get for your original Dell laptop charger because it has even more power and it’s smaller. The Baseus charger has a 100W Power Delivery output from its single USB-C port. Of course, the main flaw of this charger is that you can only charge a single device at a time, but a 100W PD output ensures that you will be able to charge your Dell Latitude 5430 at its max charging speed.
Since this charger uses GaN, it’s also tiny with just a length of 2.6 inches and designed with a foldable plug; this wall charger is much more portable than a charging brick. Included with this charger is a USB-C to USB-C charging cable.
|Baseus 100W GaN2 USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger Specs|
|USB-C Power Delivery Port||5V/12V/3A | 9V/15V/20V/5A (100W)|
|Samsung Super Fast Charging (PPS)||45W|
|Input||100-240V~, 50/60Hz, 2.5A Max|
|Size||4.5 x 3.7 x 1.1 inches|
Hyphen-X 100W 4-Port Power Delivery Wall Charger
Having more charging ports on your charger is a handy feature compared to your original charger, as you can charge Latitude 5430 and other devices. This Hyphen-X 100W Power Delivery wall charger has four charging ports: two USB-C Power Delivery ports and two USB-A Quick Charge ports.
You can use the full 100W if you’re charging from either the USB-C 1 (top USB-C port) or USB-C 2 (bottom USB-C port), and this will let you charge your Dell Latitude 5430 at its max charging speed. The better part of a charger is that you can charge multiple devices, such as charging from both USB-C ports together; USB-C 1 will output 65W, and USB-C 2 will output 30W; this still lets you charge your Dell laptop via USB-C 1 and charge an additional laptop, tablet or phone via USB-C 2.
When it comes to charging three or four devices simultaneously, USB-C 1 will drop down to a 45W output, and this will cause your Dell laptop to charge slower than the original charger. Still, this lets you charge an additional two or three devices.
|Hyphen-X 100W GaN PPS USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger Specs|
|USB-C1/USB-C2 port||5V⎓3A , 9V⎓3A , 12V⎓3A , 15V⎓3A , 20V⎓5A 100W MAX|
|USB-A1/USB-A2 port||4.5V/5A, 5V/4.5A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A, 20V/1.5A 30W MAX|
|USB-C1+USB-C2||65W + 30W (95W)|
|USB-C1/USB-C2+USB-A1/USB-A2||65W + 30W (95W)|
|USB-C1+USB-C2+USB-A1/USB-A2||45W +30W +18W (93W)|
|USB-C1/USB-C2+USB-A1+USB-A2||65W + 7.5W +7.5W (80W)|
|USB-C1+USB-C2+USB-A1+USB-A2||45W +30W +7.5W+7.5W (90W)|
|Input||100-240V~50/60Hz. 2A Max|
|Size||2.87 x 2.75 x 1.18 in|
KOVOL 120W 4-Port Desktop Charger
If you want less of a compromise on charging speed when charging multiple devices, this KOVOL desktop charger is better. First, since this is a desktop charger, it gives you better placement on where you want to charge your devices, as the power cord gives you more length.
This KOVOL desktop charger has a 120W max output and features two USB-C Power Delivery ports and two USB-A Quick Charge ports, similar to the Hyphen-X that we mentioned earlier. The main difference is that you’re getting more power when charging multiple devices with the 120W max output.
If you’re charging a single device, you can get 100W from USB-C 1 or USB-C 2. Charging from both USB-C simultaneously gives you a 60W PD output from each of them, and this lets you charge your Dell Latitude 5430 at max speed, and you can potentially charge another USB-C laptop if you want to as 60W of Power Delivery is enough for most laptops to charge with.
Even charging four devices simultaneously lets USB-C 1 output 65W, which can charge your Dell laptop near its max speed, while USB-C 2 outputs 20W, and the two USB-A Quick Charge ports will output 18W. So even charging four devices let you charge your Dell laptop and fast charge three tablets or phones simultaneously. This KOVOL desktop charger is one of the most reliable to get when it comes to charging most USB-C devices.
|Kovol Sprint 4-Port 120W GaN Power Delivery Desktop Charger Specs|
|Charging One Device||USB-C PD Port: 100W|
|Charging Two Devices||USB-C - PD 60W |
USB-C - PD 60W
|Charging Three Devices||USB-C - PD 65W |
USB-A - QC 18W
USB-A - QC 18W
|Charging Four Devices||USB-C-PD 65W |
|Input||100-240V ~ 50/60Hz 2.5A Max.|
|Size||1.81 x 1.81 x 3.35 inches|
Baseus Blade 100W 4 Port Power Delivery Power Bank
With laptops being slimmer, lightweight, and much more powerful, and using USB-C for charging, you want to consider owning a power bank to charge your Latitude 5430. This way, you don’t have to worry about hunting down an outlet when you’re at work, school, cafe, or any other location where you’d have difficulty charging your laptop.
This Baseus Blade power bank has a 20,000mAh power capacity that can get your laptop to full power once, and you may have spare power to use later. Charging power is not lacking with this Baseus power bank having a 100W max output shared among its two USB-C Power Delivery ports and two USB-A Quick Charge ports. You can use the full 100W output if you’re charging from a single USB-C port, which can charge your Dell laptop at max speed.
Charging multiple devices with the Baseus power bank does cause the 100W output to split between the ports, with USB-C 1 dropping down to 65W and 30W being shared between the ports. So you can still charge your laptop and charge additional devices without losing too much charging power.
This Baseus power bank does have an LCD show that shows the remaining power capacity, charging time, and output/input of readings of amperage and voltage.
|Baseus Blade 20,000mAh 100W USB-C Power Delivery Power Bank Specs|
|USB-C Output||5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/5A (100W)|
|USB-A Output||4.5V/5A | 5V/4.5A | 5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/2.5A (30W)|
|Input||5V/3.0A | 9V/3.0A | 12V/3.0A | 15V/3.0A | 20V/3.25A|
|Size||6.37 x 5.27 x 0.7 inches|
Excitrus NitroCharge 120W 20,800mAh Power Delivery Power Bank
A similar power bank to the previous Baseus Blade mentioned is this Excitrus NitroCharge power bank with a 120W max output and a 20,800mAh power capacity. So you’re going to be getting a similar full charge experience as you did with the Baseus power bank. On the other hand, charging is a bit different because the Excitrus power bank has two USB-C Power Delivery ports, one USB-A Quick Charge port, and a wireless charging pad at the top.
One of the USB-C Power Delivery ports has a 45W output, and the other has a 100W output; in this case, you’d want to use the 100W USB-C port to charge your laptop. Wireless charging at the top of the power bank is helpful because it can output a 15W fast wireless charging speed. Most high Power Delivery output power banks don’t use wireless charging.
|Excitrus NitroCharge Pro 25,600mAh 100W Power Delivery Power Bank Specs|
|USB-C 1 PD Output (100W)||20V/5.0A | 15V-12V-9V-5V/3A|
|USB-C 2 PD Output (45W)||20V/2.25A | 15V-12V-9V-5V/3A|
|USB-A Quick Charge Port (18W)||12V/1.5A | 9V/2.0A | 5V/3.0A|
|Fast Wireless Charging Speed||15W|
|Size||7.5 x 3 x 0.9 inches|
VATID 600W / 518Wh Portable Power Station
It’s odd to recommend a power station for charging your Dell Latitude, but if you’re going off-grid and want a reliable source of power that can keep your laptop charged up, this VATID power station is a good choice. The power station has a 600W max output and a 518Wh power capacity, so yes, it might be too much of what you’re looking for, but it can quickly charge your Dell laptop via its 65W USB-C Power Delivery port.
This power station has two USB-A ports and another standard USB-C port. Other ways to use this power station are two DC ports, one car port, and two AC outlets. With its 518Wh power capacity, you can charge your Dell laptop multiple times. With a 600W max output, you can easily plug in your original Dell Latitude 5430 charger into one of the outlets and have another appliance powered from the other outlet.
This VATID power station is also tiny compared to similar power stations, and it’s easy to carry with its large handle.
|VATID 600W Portable Power Station Specs|
|2 AC Outlets||110V,600W Rated,Peak 900W|
|1 USB-C Power Delivery Port||65W Output, 60W Input|
|1 USB-C + 1 USB-A Port||5V/3A, shared (15W Max)|
|1 USB-A Quick Charge Port||5V/3.1A (18W Max)|
|2 DC Ports | 1 Car Port||12V/10A shared 120W Max|
|95W AC + 60W Power Delivery Recharging (Input) Time||3.5 Hours|
|12V Car Adapter Recharging (Input) Time||8.6 Hours|
|VATID 120W Portable Solar Panel (Input) Time||5.2 Hours|
|Size||7.9 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches|
Baseus 65W Power Delivery Car Charger
One other benefit of using USB-C for charging is using a car charger; as bizarre as it sounds, you can charge your laptop while commuting. This Baseus car charger has a 65W max output, and you can use the full 65W charge rate if you’re charging only from the USB-C port. There is also a USB-A Quick Charge port. When charging two devices simultaneously, the USB-C PD output drops down to 45W, and the USB-A port outputs 18W; this lets you charge a laptop and fast charge an Android phone simultaneously.
Included in the box is a USB-C to USB-C charging cable.
|Baseus 65W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Car Charger Specs|
|USB-C Power Delivery Output||5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/3A | 15V/3A | 20V/3.25A (65W)|
|USB-A Output||4.5V/5A | 5V/4.5A | 5V/3A | 9V/3A | 12V/2.5A | 20V/1.5A (30W)|
|Dual Charging||USB-C PD Port: 65W |
USB-A Port: 18W
Max Output: 63W
|Size||5.24 x 2.91 x 1.57 inches|