With the popularity of mobile phones, more and more manufacturers on the market have begun to use the Type-C interface. Due to different interfaces, we can neither use the Apple data cable nor the Android data cable for charging or data transmission, only the Type-C charging data cable.
There are different skills in buying Apple and Android data cables. So, how to choose Type-C data cables? The Adaptor Cable Manufacturer recommends mainly looking at the following three points:
1. Regardless Of Positive And Negative, Can Be Inserted On Both Sides
The most intuitive difference between the Type-C data cable and other data cables is that it can be inserted on both sides, regardless of positive or negative. This is not only to increase the consumer's experience, reduce the time to plug and unplug the data cable, but also improve the service life and safety of the Type-C data cable.
Unlike the old USB ports, the power can only be transmitted in one direction, and the power transmission of the USB-C port is bidirectional, which means it can have two transmission power modes. Therefore, the user can not only charge the mobile device with a notebook, but also use other devices or mobile power to charge the notebook. Of course, both Android phones and Apple phones on the market now have double-sided pluggable data cables.
2.Fast Charging Speed
As the frequency of use of mobile phones is higher, everyone will prefer to consider devices with large battery capacity and fast charging speed when selecting devices.
Theoretically, the maximum transfer rate of the USB-C port is 10Gb per second. But Apple said the USB-C port of the new MacBook has a maximum transfer rate of 5Gbps. The maximum output voltage is 20 volts, which can speed up the charging time. The USB-A type has a limit transmission rate of 5Gbps and an output voltage of 5V. Type-C's charging speed is much faster than the traditional USB interface, so it is very popular with everyone.
3.With Two-Way Charging Function
Equipment equipped with a Type C Connectors can be connected to a mobile power supply for charging through a Type-C cable. There is no need to carry a charging cable with you. There is a wall charger and a Type-C cable. Unlike the old USB ports, the power can only be transmitted in one direction, and the power transmission of the USB-C port is bidirectional, which means it can have two transmission power modes.