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USB Power Strip with Flat Plug Extension Cable with 4 USB Ports (1 USB C), 2 AC Outlets Extender, 5ft Braided Cord, Small Desktop Power Strip for Cruise Home Office.

The USB Type-C™ specification presents new options for bringing scalable power over USB, but the specification is intrinsic, and developers face security and design issues.

This article introduces USB Type-C (also known as USB-C) receptacle solutions and guides developers on integrating and designing these USB-C receptacle connectors into a new design to provide USB power safely.

Introducing USB-C

The maximum current of 500 milliamperes (mA) at 5 volts (2.5 watts) was specified in the original USB 1.1 specification, and USB 2.0 permitted the achievement of this number.

The USB 3.1 standard altered this by allowing a maximum current of 900mA. All this was done using the standard rectangular USB connector.

However, as USB became more prevalent, its applications and demands increased in terms of connector compatibility and power delivery capacity.

Introduction to USB-C Power Delivery

The USB Type-C™ specification presents new options for bringing scalable power over USB, but the specification is intrinsic, and developers face security and design issues.

USB-C Connector Pins and Power Levels

The USB-C connector supports USB 2.0 and USB 3.1. And also, When used for USB 3.1, the legal need is that it also supports backward compatibility with USB 2.0, which recommend use for new designs. And also, However, for low data rate projects, the connector can also use for USB 2.0 only.

Connector Diagram for STMicroelectronics USB-C 24-Pin Receptacles: And also, The USB-C 24-pin receptacle connector is non-polarized and reversible, allowing you to easily connect a plug no matter which way it inserts. (Image source: STMicroelectronics ).

Feature of  USB-C Power Strip

USB Expansion: Equipped with 1 USB-C port, 2 PowerIQ-enabled USB charging ports, and 2 AC outlets to simultaneously power and charge up to 5 devices.

High-Speed Charging: Deliver an 18W high-speed charge to phones, tablets, and more with USB-C Power Delivery, and Anker’s world-renowned PowerIQ technology delivers an optimized 12W account via the 2 USB-A ports.

Space-Saving and Portable: Features a compact square design with a slimmer Plug than other power strips for maximum space-saving at home. And also, in the dorm room, or in your travel bag.

Superior Safety: The USB-C power strip features a 7-point safety system, which includes a fire-retardant casing and is child-friendly. And also, In safety shutters to ensure peace of mind for you and your family.

What You Get: PowerPort Strip PD 2 mini USB-C power strip with 5 ft cable, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month, lifetime* $25 000 connected equipment, and friendly customer service.

*For connect equipment, “lifetime” define as the product’s lifetime.

The Implementation of USB-C Connector Designs can be Misleading.

Supporting up to 100 watts of control in a scheme requires cautious board design procedures to ensure safety for the user and developer.

And also, Most projects will not need that power; for example, a very high current smartphone charger may rate at 3.0 amps.

However, a familiar sweet spot for most commercial USB-C connectors is 5.0 amps between the V BUS and GND pins. And also, This achieves via Amphenol FCI’s 10137062-00021LF Gen 1 USB 3.1 right-angle USB-C connector.

Continue Reading About USB-C (USB Type C)

The high-speed differential signals of USB 3.1 must carefully route to be adjacent to each other and at the same length.

Keep differential signal paths as short as possible to minimize EMI. For better noise immunity, place the differential signals on an inner layer of the PCB.

And also, If routing on an outer layer of the PCB. In isolating the signals from other data lines by surrounding the path of the differential pair with approaches to the ground. Also, always route differential signals through a solid ground plane to minimize EMI.

How to Route USB-C Power Signals Safely?

The routing of the power signals is more critical. Five amps must safely provide with care to prevent accidental shorting to the project box or user.

And also, The five amps can rout on a higher or lower layer. And also, the PCB should not get too close to the PCB.

This will help prevent unintentional connections to the project cabinet causes by bumping or damage to the cabinet.

IPC-2221). Route as much copper as possible close to the V BUS connector pins to prevent current loss.

To safely provide 5 amps on a PCB through copper that is two ounces per square foot thick. And also, A path width of 44.6 mils require. And also,

A safer method involves isolating the current from external influences by routing the 5 amps into an internal PCB layer. Which normally requires a path width of 116 mils at the same copper density (calculations based on the profile).

Vertical Amount USB-C Connectors

If PCB space is at its best, the USB-C receptacle connector can mount vertically. Amphenol FCI has the 10132328-10011LF USB 3.1 Vertical Mount USB-C Connector. And also, This vertical USB-C connector supports the USB 3.1, Gen 2 10 Gbits/s data standard.

It also promotes 100-watt power delivery with its maximum voltage rating of 100 volts DC or AC. And also, The ability to deliver up to 5 amps.

Features the same stainless steel shell construction as the right-angle connector. Like the right-angle connector.

Make sure the four tabs on the receptacle securely connect. And also, To the ground through holes in the PCB, using a liberal amount of solder.


The new USB-C standard allows you to safely deliver power up to 100 watts to properly designed devices.

And also, With all smartphones, digital cameras, electronic equipment, and accessories designed. As standard with an easy-to-use connector, developers.

I do not have to worry about the size or type of connector to use. And also, Which also serves as preparation for the future of The designs.

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