USB PD (power delivery) charging protocol is a power transmission protocol published by usb-if organization. It can increase the type-C interface with the default maximum power of 5V / 2A to 100W. and can f... Read More
What is USB PD3.0 (Power Delivery 3.0)? USB PD3.0 (Power Delivery 3.0) is a power supply standard based on the USB Type-C interface. The maximum power supply can reach 100W(watts). The connectors at both ends o... Read More
What are the differences between USB PD3.1 and USB PD2.0 PD3.0? Recently, the USB-IF Association released the latest USB PD3.1 fast charging standard, which increases the charging power from the 100W to 240W and suppo... Read More
USB-C Power Delivery--What makes a USB-C cable fast charging? Before the Type-C interface appeared, the USB cable was only allowed to provide 2.5W of power, while the USB Type-C cable allowed the maximum power to be... Read More
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