USB-A to USB-C Fast Charger Cable – Apphone Usb cable Manufacturer

USB-A to USB-C Fast Charger

USB C was developed by USB-IF, the group of companies known for developing, and certifying the USB standard. USB-C devices feature a new type of connector that can provide power and data transfer at much greater rates. USB-A to USB-C Fast Charger– Apphone Usb cable Manufacturer

The USB-A connector isn’t without its drawbacks. Anyone who’s ever tried to insert a USB-A connector into a port can attest that it can be frustrating to get it to fit just right. Apphone USB Type C Cable supports safe charging up to 5V/3A (15W) or fast charging up to 10V/3A (30w).And data transfer speeds up to 480Mbps. *NOTE:This cord alone WILL NOT provide you with fast charging alone, you will need a power block rated for fast charging and a phone capable of the same.

Universal usb cable manufacturer, USB-C has the potential to become a standard even beyond the realm of consumer electronics, as it is starting to be adopted by the automotive industry for in-car charging and data and has the potential for charging household devices such as electric razors. With 30,000+ times bend test and 50,000+ times plug test. the flexible and durable double-braided nylon type C cable longer service life and will never rupture. Compatible with any charging adaptor, multiport charging station or power bank; the perfect substitute for your missing charging cable.charge your new MacBook,ChromeBook Pixel or other USB-C devices via any phone charger,portable charger or multi-port USB charger.

USB-C can be used to transfer data, power, video, and audio signals between devices in either direction. Perhaps most appealingly, USB-C can be plugged in either way, which other USB types quite frustratingly couldn’t be.

USB-C is becoming standard. Most new Android phones use USB-C. Apple’s laptop too uses this port. But, every USB-C port is not the same. And every USB-C cable users buy works differently. Issues arise when you mix and match chargers and cables. It drastically reduces USB charging speed. A common non-technical user generally does not think of this when buying a cable.


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