Edited by szucsi at 10-5-2017 22:29 |
A USB-C socket is not designed for 60w battery charging. Although Taiwani Etrontech inc. this IC has been developed to handle up to 25 volts. It's an interesting try and a good idea. In practice, however, the USB connectors are not designed for this purpose. This is a perfect connection for high-speed data transfer, eg HDMi etc.
12 volt battery charging, it would be a good idea to build a standard charging connector. This Hi13 is a very good tablet PC. But since this is how the motherboard manufacturers have solved the battery charging, it is capable of being flammable. Think of consumers who are not familiar with electronics. Any time the charging line can shake it and there is trouble. If that does not change, soon the European market will be banned. For Chuwi, I do not think this is missing.