Advantages of USB PD
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USB PD Advantages

USB PD provides the following operations.

Power Supply from USB Port

USB PD utilizes power rules to supply up to 100W via USB Type-C at 4 different voltage levels (5V/9V/15V/20V) based on application requirements.

USB Type-C
15W 27W 45W 60W~100W
5V/1.5A
5V/3A
9V/3A 15V/3A 20V/3A~5A

【USB PD Power Rules】

Common Adapter

The capability of supplying power based on set requirements enables a common adapter that eliminates the need to provide different adapters and chargers for different devices, significantly improving convenience while contributing to less e-waste.

Common Adapter

Power Supply Between Devices

USB PD enables power supply between devices.
Both connected devices can act as the Source (power supply) or Sink (power receiver) based on power requirements.

Common Adapter

Simultaneous Data and Power Transmission

Power can be supplied at the same time as data communication using the USB Type-C connector.
In addition, Alternate Mode is supported for transmitting video signals.
In this way, data transmission, power supply, and video communications are enabled using a single USB terminal, providing a more convenient, easy-to-use, and efficient method.

AlternateMode :
A control mode capable of handling video signals. This eliminates the need for a dedicated video terminal conventionally required in laptops and other devices.