Type C to Type C Fast Charge Cable 20V5A Emarker Chip

USB C 100W Cable, USB C to USB C 100W Emarker Data Cable, USB C 3 1 Type C, 1M/2M USB C Fast Charge
100 Watt Big Output, Could charge Notebook with Type C interface with fast speed, if you use PD faster charger, it will fully charge Apple Book within 2 hours
*5A Current, Compatible with Huawei FCP and Xiaomi QC3.0 and other quick charge protocols so it will fully charge your mobile phones with faster speed, could quick charge your switch within 2.5 hours
*Built-in E-Marker Chip imported from Taiwan and got USB If certification to ensure 100W power supply
*High Elastic TPE cable, resistant to tug and pull, passes 5000+ times bending and plug
*Transfer 2.5G file data within 2.5 seconds
PD 100W Emarker 10Gbps Data Cable
PD 100W Emarker 10Gbps Data Cable

One-piece injection moulding with reinforced SR part to extend the cable usage life

Product Parameters: 

*Brand: Xingoowell or Custom

P/N: XGW814 White USB C to USB C 100W(20V5A) Fast Charging Cable

Material: TPE

Length: 1M/2M

Colour: Black/White

Data Transfer Speed: 10GBPs

[Advanced Production Line to get more reliable quality]

Package includes: OPP Bag or Carton Box or Custom Design 

Principles to use E-mark Chip: 

1) If you need USB Type C connector to supply voltage more than 5V, or current over 3A, then you must use TYPE C Connector Chip to achieve USB PD protocol;

2) If the device you are using with 5V voltage and maximum 3A current, then you need to look the device’s power supply and data transfer characteristics if the device itself only charge other devices or accept a charge from other devices, and the power supplying devices act as HOST, power using devices act as Slave, then you don’t need to use E-Mark Chip

3) This point is also very important to decide if the C-C transmission cable needs the E-Marker chip or not, the judging standard is that during the usage, will the current go over 3A? If doesn’t exceed 3A, then E-Marker chip is unnecessary. For USB A to USB C, USB B to USB C cables, then depends on cables to see if they need to realize Battery Charging protocol, if need this protocol, then we could use LDR6013 with the advantage for both charge and data transfer, to avoid the adapters which don’t obey the Battery Charging protocol so they couldn’t charge Apple devices.

Use ATTO Disk Benchmark to test the data transferability, use 0.5KB, 1.0KB, 2.0KB till 8192.0KB to make read and write test, we could see the max transmission speed is up to 400MB/S.

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