What is a USB-C Charger?

What is a USB-C Charger?

What is a USB-C Charger and Why You Should Have One

A USB-C charger comes with a USB-C Port which works on the USB-C Power Delivery standard (USB-C PD), an emerging next generation charging and data transfer technology. USB-C (a.k.a Type-C) Ports are now found on majority of latest devices like laptops, smartphones, tablets, wireless earbuds and many more. It is replacing the old USB-A and Micro-USB ports rapidly.


USB Type C

Benefits of a USB Type-C Charger

Compact Reversible Connector

The USB-C adapter has a small symmetrical connector shape which is reversible. Unlike the old USB-A and Micro-USB ports, you no longer have to invest time in flipping the connector to find the correct orientation to connect the cable
Reversible USB C Adapter

Range of Output Power

The USB-C Power Delivery standard can support wattage from 18W to 240W. You can find a wide range of USB-C GaN Chargers that offers different range of outputs. Below is a guide that can help you choose the right USB-C charger


Types of USB-C Charger adapter


Wide Compatibility

As the USB-C standard can power multiple devices, they are widely used in the industry to negate the requirement of carrying multiple chargers and cables around. Manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, Lenovo, ASUS, Google, Huawei and many more use the USB-C charging technology in their devices. For instance, with our 90W USB-C GaN charger and 100W USB-C Cable, you can charge your laptop, smartphone, tablet, wireless speakers and other USB-C powered devices

Charge multiple devices with multi port USB-C PD Charger

Optimized Fast Charging

The USB-C charger is designed to identify the power requirement of the connected device and supplies the optimum power. Therefore, you can always fast charge your connected devices by intelligent power distribution. Also, the latest Gallium Nitride chargers can supply up to 240W output which enables the latest devices to charge faster than ever

90W GaN charger Zyron Australia

High Speed Data Transfer

USB-C ports can be used to transfer data. The speed of the transfer depends on the USB-C Standard of the connected device. Different devices have different versions of USB-C standards. The most common USB-C standards on modern laptops and external HDD are USB 3.1, USB 3.2, and Thunderbolt 3. USB 3.1 port can transfer up to 10gbps, USB 3.2 port can transfer up to 20gbps and Thunderbolt 3 port can transfer up to 40gbps. These standards are also backward compatible

100W USB C Cable

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