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What Are The Advantages And Characteristics Of The USB3.0 Data Cable?
Apr 17, 2018

Recently, everyone is talking about the power of the USB 3.1 Type C interface and its data lines. They are about to forget the old USB 3.0 data cable and USB 2.0 data cable. In fact, they are still playing a leading role in the electronics industry. , not so quickly replaced, especially the USB3.0 data cable has obvious and stable advantages and characteristics. It plays a crucial role in providing consumers with the simple connectivity they need. Yachuang Electronics Tell everyone what are the characteristics:

1, USB3.0 compatible USB2.0.

2. The cable of USB 3.0 is more “thick” in appearance. This is because the USB 3.0 data line has four more internal lines than USB2.0.

3, can make the host identify the device faster, when used for consumer devices, USB3.0 will solve the USB 2.0 can not identify the problem of no battery device. The host can slowly reduce the current through USB 3.0 to identify these devices, such as mobile phones whose batteries have been broken.

4, the transmission rate is fast, USB3.0 can transfer large-capacity files (such as HD movies) under the storage rate defined by the storage device. For example, a USB 3.0 flash drive can transfer 1 GB of data to a host in 15 seconds, while USB 2.0 takes 43 seconds.

USB3.0 data cable

5, can make the host computer provide more power for the device, so as to achieve USB - rechargeable batteries, LED lighting and mini fan applications.

6. The maximum transmission bandwidth of USB 3.0 is up to 5.0 Gbps (ie, 640 MB/s), while the maximum transmission bandwidth of USB 2.0 is 480 Mbps (ie, 60 MB/s).

7. The USB 3.0 power supply standard requires USB3.0 interface power supply capacity of 1A, and USB 2.0 is 0.5A.

8. USB3.0 introduces full-duplex data transmission. Two of the five lines are used to send data, two are used to receive data, and one is a ground line. In other words, USB 3.0 can read and write simultaneously at full speed. Previous USB versions did not support full-duplex data transmission.