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Fast Charging with USB Type-C and Power Delivery

NOV
09
2020
09. NOV 2020

Lecture Power Electronics Forum > Power Management

16:20-16:40 h | Virtual

The convenience of a smaller, reversible connector makes USB-C attractive for charging and powering portable devices, including those that traditionally used AC-DC barrel adapters. Advanced features like 5G and 4k displays in portable devices are driving up power consumption over 15W, and higher battery capacities are needed to support longer runtimes. For these gadgets, USB Power Delivery (PD) enables fast charging that gets these products back in operation with little downtime. For designers, however, compliance with the USB-C and USB PD standard typically requires complex firmware development and additional hardware components. The presentation examines how USB-C chargers and out-of-the-box compliant, standalone USB PD controllers reduce development time by eliminating complex firmware and minimize the solution size through greater integration and high performance.

Subjects: Power Electronics

Speaker: Sagar Khare (Maxim Integrated)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

The convenience of a smaller, reversible connector makes USB-C attractive for charging and powering portable devices, including those that traditionally used AC-DC barrel adapters. Advanced features like 5G and 4k displays in portable devices are driving up power consumption over 15W, and higher battery capacities are needed to support longer runtimes. For these gadgets, USB Power Delivery (PD) enables fast charging that gets these products back in operation with little downtime. For designers, however, compliance with the USB-C and USB PD standard typically requires complex firmware development and additional hardware components. The presentation examines how USB-C chargers and out-of-the-box compliant, standalone USB PD controllers reduce development time by eliminating complex firmware and minimize the solution size through greater integration and high performance.

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Maxim Integrated

Sagar Khare

Sagar Khare

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Speaker,
Maxim Integrated

Sagar Khare
Sagar Khare
Executive Business Manager

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