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USB-C Devices

– Apple For MacBook (12 inch, 2015 2016)
– Google ChromeBook Pixel (2015)
– Google Pixel & Pixel XL (2016)
– Samsung Galaxy Note 7
– Google Nexus 5X/6P
– Nokia N1 Tablet
– OnePlus 2/3
– Lenovo ZUK Z1 Z2
– Asus Zen AiO
– HP Pavilion x2
– Apple TV 4
– ASUS Zenpad S 8.0
– Xiaomi 4c Mi 5 MiPad 2
– Huawei Matebook
– Meizu Pro 5 6
– Lumia 950 950 XL
– Lephone 1s Max / 2 Pro Max
– HTC M10
– Huawei P9/P9 Plus
– LG G5

What is usb Type C ?

Usb C , also reffered as Usb Type C is the new genration of Universal Serial Bus connectors. The new port is also used to transport the new Usb 3.1 standard wich enables 100W of power, 10 Gbits/S and avances functionalities for things like 4K external displays. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-J0FWWDuRg&rel=0&align=right&showinfo=0&theme=light
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USB-C

Intro
 USB Type-C is a USB specification for a small 24-pin reversible-plug connector for USB devices and USB cabling.
[1] The USB Type-C Specification 1.0 was published by the USB Implementers Forum and was finalized in August 2014.[2] It was developed at roughly the same time as theUSB 3.1 specification.
Details
The USB Type-C connectors connect to both hosts and devices, replacing various Type-B and Type-A connectors and cables with a standard meant to be future-proof.[3] [4] The 24-pin double-sided connector is similar in size to the micro-B connector, with a USB Type-C port measuring 8.4 millimetres (0.33 in) by 2.6 millimetres (0.10 in). The connector provides four power/ground pairs, two differential pairs for non-SuperSpeed data (though only one pair is populated in a USB Type-C cable), four pairs for high-speed data bus, two "sideband use" pins, and two configuration pins for cable orientation detection, dedicatedbiphase mark code (BMC) configuration data channel, and VCONN +5 V power for active cables.[5] [6] [7] Connecting an older device to a host with a USB Type-C receptacle requires a cable or adapter with a Type-A or Type-B plug or receptacle on one end and a USB Type-C plug on the other end. Legacy adapters with a USB Type-C receptacle are "not defined or allowed" by the specification, due to their being able to create "many invalid and potentially unsafe" cable combinations.[8] All USB-C to USB-C cables are considered full-featured USB Type-C cables and must be active, electronically marked cables that contain a chip with an ID function based on the configuration channel and vendor-defined messages (VDMs) from the USB Power Delivery 2.0 specification. USB Type-C devices may optionally support bus power currents of 1.5 A and 3.0 A (at 5 V) in addition to baseline bus power provision; power sources can either advertise increased USB current through the configuration channel, or they can support the full power delivery specification using both BMC-coded configuration line and legacy BFSK-coded VBUS line.

Alternate Mode

[edit] An Alternate Mode dedicates some of the physical wires in the USB Type-C cable for direct device-to-host transmission of alternate data protocols. The four high-speed lanes, two sideband pins, and (for dock, detachable device and permanent cable applications only) two non-SuperSpeed data pins and one configuration pin can be used for alternate mode transmission. The modes are configured using VDMs through the configuration channel.
Pins & Wiring

USB-IF specifications

[edit] As outlined by the USB Type-C Cable and Connector Language Usage Guidelines,[9] if a product implements USB Type-C, it does not necessarily implement USB 3.1 or USB Power Delivery.
  1. USB Type-C Locking Connector Specification

Alternate Mode partner specifications

[edit] The USB Implementers Forum is working with its Alternate Mode partners to make sure that ports are properly labelled.[10]
  1. DisplayPort Alternate Mode on USB Type-C Connector Standard - published in September 2014, supporting DisplayPort 1.3.
[11] [12] supporting MHL 3.0.[6] [13] [14] - supporting Thunderbolt 3.[15] [16] [17] [18] supporting HDMI 1.4b. No adapters or dongles are required to output video, compared to DisplayPort or MHL Alt Modes.[19] [20] [21] Other serial protocols like PCI Express and Base-T Ethernet[22] are possible.[citation needed]
Relation to other specs
 

Connector pinouts

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Type-C plug and receptacle pinouts
Pin Name Description Pin Name Description
A1 GND Ground return B12 GND Ground return
A2 SSTXp1 SuperSpeed differential pair #1, TX, positive B11 SSRXp1 SuperSpeed differential pair #2, RX, positive
A3 SSTXn1 SuperSpeed differential pair #1, TX, negative B10 SSRXn1 SuperSpeed differential pair #2, RX, negative
A4 VBUS Bus power B9 VBUS Bus power
A5 CC1 Configuration channel B8 SBU2 Sideband use (SBU)
A6 Dp1 Non-SuperSpeed differential pair, position 1, positive B7 Dn2 Non-SuperSpeed differential pair, position 2, negative[a]  
A7 Dn1 Non-SuperSpeed differential pair, position 1, negative B6 Dp2 Non-SuperSpeed differential pair, position 2, positive[a]  
A8 SBU1 Sideband use (SBU) B5 CC2 Configuration channel
A9 VBUS Bus power B4 VBUS Bus power
A10 SSRXn2 SuperSpeed differential pair #4, RX, negative B3 SSTXn2 SuperSpeed differential pair #3, TX, negative
A11 SSRXp2 SuperSpeed differential pair #4, RX, positive B2 SSTXp2 SuperSpeed differential pair #3, TX, positive
A12 GND Ground return B1 GND Ground return
  1. ^ Jump up to:a b There is only a single Non-SuperSpeed differential pair in the cable. This pin is not connected in the plug/cable.

Cable wiring

[edit]
Full-featured USB 3.1 and 2.0 Type-C cable wiring
Plug 1, USB Type-C USB Type-C cable Plug 2, USB Type-C
Pin Name Wire colour No Name Description 2.0[a]   Pin Name
Shell Shield Braid Braid Shield Cable external braid Shell Shield
A1, B12, B1, A12 GND Tin-plated 1 GND_PWRrt1 Ground for power return A1, B12, B1, A12 GND
16 GND_PWRrt2
A4, B9, B4, A9 VBUS Red 2 PWR_VBUS1 VBUS power A4, B9, B4, A9 VBUS
17 PWR_VBUS2
B5 VCONN Yellow 18 PWR_VCONN VCONN power, for active cables[b]   B5 VCONN
A5 CC Blue 3 CC Configuration channel A5 CC
A6 Dp1 White 4 UTP_Dp[c]   Unshielded twisted pair, positive A6 Dp1
A7 Dn1 Green 5 UTP_Dn[c]   Unshielded twisted pair, negative A7 Dn1
A8 SBU1 Red 14 SBU_A Sideband use A B8 SBU2
B8 SBU2 Black 15 SBU_B Sideband use B A8 SBU1
A2 SSTXp1 Yellow[d]   6 SDPp1 Shielded differential pair #1, positive B11 SSRXp1
A3 SSTXn1 Brown[d]   7 SDPn1 Shielded differential pair #1, negative B10 SSRXn1
B11 SSRXp1 Green[d]   8 SDPp2 Shielded differential pair #2, positive A2 SSTXp1
B10 SSRXn1 Orange[d]   9 SDPn2 Shielded differential pair #2, negative A3 SSTXn1
B2 SSTXp2 White[d]   10 SDPp3 Shielded differential pair #3, positive A11 SSRXp2
B3 SSTXn2 Black[d]   11 SDPn3 Shielded differential pair #3, negative A10 SSRXn2
A11 SSRXp2 Red[d]   12 SDPp4 Shielded differential pair #4, positive B2 SSTXp2
A10 SSRXn2 Blue[d]   13 SDPn4 Shielded differential pair #4, negative B3 SSTXn2
  1. Jump up^ USB 2.0 Type-C cables do not include wires for SuperSpeed, sideband use, or as great power capacity.
  2. Jump up^ VCONN must not traverse end-to-end through the cable. Some isolation method must be used.
  3. ^ Jump up to:a b There is only a single differential pair for non-SuperSpeed data in the cable, which is connected to A6 and A7. Contacts B6 and B7 should not be present in the plug.
  4. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g h Wire colours for differential pairs are not mandated.
Harware support
An increasing number of motherboards, notebooks, tablet computers, smartphones, hard disk drives, USB hubs and other devices released from 2014 onwards feature Type-C receptacles. Some non-compliant cables with a Type-C connector on one end and a legacy Standard-A plug or Micro-B receptacle on the other end incorrectly terminate the Configuration Channel (CC) with a 10kΩ pullup to VBUS instead of the specification mandated 56kΩ pullup, causing a device connected to the cable to incorrectly determine the amount of power it is permitted to draw from the cable. Cables with this issue may not work properly with certain products, including Apple and Google products, and may even damage power sources such as chargers, hubs, or PC USB ports.[28] [29] [30]
Sofware support
[clarification needed] power delivery, audio accessory and USB Dual Role support.[23]
  • Windows 8.1 added USB type-C and billboard support in an update.
[24]
  • OS X Yosemite supports USB 3.1, USB Type-C, alternate modes and power delivery.
[25] [26]
  • Chrome OS supports USB 3.1 and USB Type-C starting with the Chromebook Pixel 2015 and supports alternate modes, power delivery, and USB Dual Role support.
[27]

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