Recorded on April 14, 2021
Presented by DSM Engineering Materials
The latest USB connector standard is USB-C, which enables reversible plug orientation and cable direction while leveraging small form-factor connectors. Power capabilities have been extended up to 15 Watt, which lets the source dynamically manage current from 0.5 Amp to 3 Amp. Data speeds have been increased to 40 Gbps (two channels) in the latest USB 4.0 standard.
USB Power Delivery support enables negotiable power up to 100 Watt, and additional capabilities, such as the DisplayPort™ Alternate Mode and backward compatibility, bring USB-C to the next level. Nowadays smartphone OEMs are implementing various fast charging technologies to shorten the charging time. The latest quick charge 5.0 standard, developed by Qualcomm, will support the power supply up to 100+ Watt, which increases the risk of heat generation and fire hazards.
Essential for design engineers, this webinar explains how to select the right plastics solution that provides the best reliability, durability and safety of connectors.
DSM Engineering Materials has developed Stanyl®, an innovative material solution for next generation USB-C connector applications with:
- Halogen free UL94-V0 (down to 0.2mm)
- High CTI (550Volt)
- Ultra-high flow
- Highest wear resistance
- Best mechanical performance (stiffness/toughness balance)
- Fast color matching service
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DSM Engineering Materials
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