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I'd like some advice on how I can negotiate a Qualcomm Quick Charger up to a certain voltage. I have a "dumb" appliance which usually uses its own transformer/"wall wart" at 12V 1A. I also have a USB Quick Charge adapter which can supply 12V 2A, so in theory I can create a cable to adapt that USB charger and replace the wall wart. However, the charger won't output 12V unless a charge controller tells it that the device can use the extra voltage. This negotiation is usually performed by a charge controller on a smart phone.
Is there a simple device on the market that can do this? Alternatively, is there a circuit I can put together to accomplish this? Here is a diagram which illustrates the idea. Basically I need to output 12V to a "dumb" device, so an independent charge controller is needed.