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By PURPLELEC | 03 January 2024 | 0 Comments

The difference between full-featured typec and ordinary typec

  Type-C interface is a new generation USB interface standard that has many advantages, including reversible plugging and unplugging, high transfer rate and support for multiple functions. However, despite the same name, there are some differences between full-featured Type-C and regular Type-C.
  1. Connection method
  The full-featured Type-C interface adopts a reversible plug-in design, which means that it can be connected no matter which side of the interface is inserted, making plug-in and plug-out more convenient. The ordinary Type-C interface can only be connected on one side. If it is inserted in the opposite direction, the connection cannot be successful.
  2. Transmission rate
  The full-featured Type-C interface supports the USB 3.1 standard, and its transmission rate can reach 10 Gbps (gigabits per second), which is faster than the transmission rate of the ordinary Type-C interface. The ordinary Type-C interface only supports the USB 2.0 standard, and its transmission rate is only 480 Mbps (hundred megabits per second). Therefore, the full-featured Type-C interface is more suitable for applications requiring high-speed transmission.
full-featured Type-C interface
  3. Power consumption
  The full-featured Type-C interface supports high-power transmission, so it can power external devices. This means that devices using the full-featured Type-C interface can charge other devices via the connected USB cable without the need for an additional power adapter. The ordinary Type-C interface can only perform low-power transmission and cannot provide power to external devices.
  4. Video output
  The full-featured Type-C interface supports two video output technologies, DisplayPort and HDMI, and can achieve high-quality video output by connecting to a monitor or TV that supports these technologies. The ordinary Type-C interface only supports DisplayPort video output technology.
  5. Support Agreement
  The full-featured Type-C interface can support multiple protocols such as USB, HDMI, DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt at the same time, which means that it can be used to connect various types of devices, including computers, mobile phones, tablets, monitors, projectors, etc. The ordinary Type-C interface can only support the USB protocol and cannot connect other types of devices.
  6. Extensibility
  The full-featured Type-C interface supports plug-ins for extended functions. Users can choose to insert different functional modules according to their own needs, such as expansion ports, network cards, etc. The ordinary Type-C interface cannot be extended in function and can only realize basic connection and transmission functions.
  Compared with the ordinary Type-C interface, the full-featured Type-C interface has more and more powerful functions in terms of plug-in and unplug methods, transmission rate, power consumption, video output, supported protocols and scalability. It can not only achieve high-speed data transmission, but also power other devices, support a variety of video output technologies, and have a wider range of applications.

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