PDSync-4 Type-C | USB-C
4 USB-C ports | Type-C 60Watts | USB 2.0 480Mbps | Desktop | Charge & Sync | Control
Charge four Type-C USB devices at up to 60Watts per device/port.
Our 4 port USB-C programmable USB hub complies with Power Deliver (PD) 2 specifications and supports 15/27/45/and 60Watt power delivery at up to 3A.
Supports power role reversal and can charge the host computer.
Up to 16 USB Type-C mobile devices can be charged and managed by connecting four PDSync-4’s together to the host.
Provides up to 3A per port to PD2-compliant devices across all voltages, from 5 to 20 Vdc, negotiating power, supporting: 15W, 27W, 45W, 60W
Four USB-C Ports and one host USB C port.
Transfer data seamlessly.
Each USB-C port can transfer data at up to 480Mbps.
What is Power Delivery (PD)?
What is PD for Type C
PD is short for “power delivery”. Essentially this does what it says on the tin, the technology is capable of delivering up to 100 watts of power, which is far more than any smartphone actually requires. This could be considered overkill for simply charging smaller devices.
USB Power Delivery (PD) isn’t so much fast charging as it is a standard that determines if an adapter or portable power bank is capable of charging a laptop or other high-powered device. With USB-C input/output ports now pretty much standard, it’s possible for adapters and power banks to charge devices that require an output of 18W or more. The Power Delivery spec allows a device to be charged at a maximum current of 5A or 100W.
Power Delivery 3.0 is quickly becoming the standard for power banks and adapters. It supports outputs at 7.5W, 15W, 27W, and 45W, each with its own voltage and amperage configurations. This means PD adapters with multiple USB-C ports can intelligently dole out power to multiple devices, so a 45W adapter may supply 18W to charge your phone, 5W to a wearable, and the remaining 22W to a tablet.
However, there are some significant advantages to the high wattage. For instance, it can be used to power laptops. In fact, Apple’s new MacBooks all use it, and the devices can even be used while they’re charging. This means you’re getting much better performance than you’d expect from a standard USB cable.
USB-C (Type-C) Power Delivery.
With a total power budget of 192W, devices receive as much power as they like until there is not enough for a newly attached device. At this point the highest-powered device gets its allocated power reduced to 27W.
The 27W is allowed to be taken as 9V @ 3A, 12V @ 2.25A or 15V @ 1.8A.
If unallocated power to allow for 60W to be offered becomes available, a device that has been limited will be offered 60W.
If the Firmware determines that a connected device will not use all of its allocated power then that spare power is returned to the power budget. The connected device will be told that it cannot increase its power usage above what is in the present USB PD2.0 contract as negotiated between the device to be charged and the PDSync-4.
Fully charged for USB-C
Charge four Type-C downstream USB devices at up to 60Watts per port.
The Type-C USB hub complies with Power Deliver (PD) 2 specifications and supports 15/27/45/and 60 Watt power delivery at up to 3A.
Supports power role reversal and can charge the host computer as well if desired.
Fully detected charged.
Each of the 4 ports on this USB-C USB hub will detect your device and deliver its fastest possible charge up to 3A (60W) on every port from just one power socket.
Safety built in with UL listing.
High quality materials and built-in surge protector keep your devices and data safe with this professional, industrial USB hub.
Software to help you understand, evaluate and incorporate.
Working independently to the OS our intelligent USB hubs offer three software interfaces to manage and monitor what each device is doing exactly when and how you want.
Scale to meet your needs.
Worldwide shipping available.
Don’t forget to select the power cord variant you need and any other accessories you need to your order.
2-year warranty included.
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