The difference between type-c and usb-c?

No difference, surprise or surprise :mrgreen:
The full name of the USB-C interface is USB Type-C, which belongs to the next-generation interface of USB 3.0. Its highlights are slimmer design, faster transmission speed (up to 10Gbps), and stronger power transmission (up to 100W). The USB-C interface also supports double-sided insertion, which is more advanced than USB2.0/USB3.0. The following editor will introduce to you the “difference between usb-c interface and type-c interface”.
1. The difference between usb-c interface and type-c interface

There is no difference between usb-c interface and type-c interface. The type-c interface and the usb-c interface are actually the same thing. The full name of the USB-C interface is USB Type-C; the USB-C interface has the characteristics of ultra-thin, regardless of front and back, and fast transmission speed.

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USB-C interface features:

1. Ultra-thin

The old-fashioned USB port is 14mm*6.5mm long, while the USB-C is only 8.4mm*2.6mm.

2. Regardless of front and back

Like the Lightning interface, there will be no problem regardless of whether it is plugged in or reversed, and it is claimed to withstand 10,000 times of repeated plugging and unplugging.

3. Fast transmission speed

The maximum transfer rate of the USB-C port is 10Gb per second, which is much faster than USB3.0.

4. Two-way transmission

Unlike older USB ports, where power can only be transferred in one direction, USB-C port power transfer is bi-directional, which means it can have two ways of sending power.


5. Strong power supply capacity

The standard specification cable equipped with a Type-C connector can pass 3A current, and also supports “USB PD” that exceeds the existing USB power supply capability, and can provide a maximum of 100W of power.

Post time: May-15-2023