[USB-IF 认证] 可插拔 10Gbps USB-C 至 USB-C 电缆（3.3 英尺/ 1 米，3A，USB 3.1 Gen 2 型）
- SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) C 型公头到 C 型公头电缆
- USB-IF (usbusing) 认证电缆（测试编号：5,210,0001,089）
- 支持 USB 3.1 Gen 2 主机和设备之间的 10Gbps 传输。 线规和电子标记支持高达 3A 的充电，通过USB-IF 电源配送标准（*大 5V-20V，*大 60W）。 与 Qualcomm QC 和其他（非 USB-IF 电源交付）“快速配送”技术不兼容
- 兼容所有 USB 代；USB 1.1、2.0、3.0 和 USB 3.1 Gen 1 / Gen 2。 镀金接头，镀镍外壳和 26 AWG 同轴电缆，*大程度实现 EMI 屏蔽和出色的数据传输完整性
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可插拔 USBC-C100 是经 USB-IF 认证的 USB-C 到 USB-C 电缆，旨在提供*佳连接，从充电器到坞站。 由于电缆符合或超出 USB-IF 规格，因此这款电缆可以放心地使用任何 USB-C 主机/设备，而无需担心由不兼容电缆造成的损坏。
该电缆采用电子标记（电子标记）并带有 IC（有时也称为“活动电缆”），以帮助调节充电率和 USB-C 备用模式。 镀金接头，镀镍外壳和 26 AWG 同轴电缆，*大程度实现 EMI 屏蔽和出色的数据传输完整性。
支持 USB-IF 电源传输标准（高达 3A，5V-20V，*大 60W），在 USB 3.1 Gen 2 主机和设备之间传输数据高达 10Gbps。 支持备用模式，包括 6000 至 4K@60 的 VESA DisplayPort 取消模式。
电缆支持所有 USB 代；USB 1.1、2.0、3.0 和 USB 3.1 Gen 1/Gen 2 。
与 Qualcomm QC 和其他（非 USB-IF PD）“供电”技术不兼容。 包装内
3.3ft/1m USB-IF 认证的 USB-C 公头到 USB-C 公头电缆
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This cable is USB-IF certified and complies with the USB Type-C specification version 1.2. (Hooray!) But there are two issues worthy of note. The documentation can be found at usb.org under developers/usbtypec.
Full disclosure: I worked with Plugable's engineers troubleshooting hardware compatibility issues with Nexus devices. (See comments section in "John Moran's" review.) Therefore I cite their support very highly. This is a subjective assessment based on my interactions (or rather, absence of) with other manufacturers. Only two have accepted constructive feedback and acted on it. Plugable is one of them, Tronsmart (pending) is the other. To me, that is worthy of distinction.
This cable is properly USB-IF certified on the packaging, in advertisements, and electronically. However upon inspection of the eMarker IC chip, I found Plugable left the product ID as "Zero". Furthermore the cable itself has rather high IR drop.
When I used a Twinkie PD-sniffer tool to analyze the eMarker I received a response of "ff008041 1800060f 0000021e 00000000 0b082032".
- This cable product ID is blank. Translated into human-readable data, this means "USB Product ID (dev desc)(16-bit uint) Hex/no key: 0".
- The USB VID/company that manufactured the cable is "1551|Joinsoon Electronics Mfg. Co., Ltd." Translated into human-readable data, this means "USB Vendor ID (16-bit uint) Hex/no key: 60f".
Product ID needs to be unique per manufacturer, so this may be interpreted as "product number Zero". (Also called Zero indexing.) So long as Joinsoon NEVER makes another product with an ID number of "Zero", and the USB-IF does not have restrictions on this number, this is likely OK. I cite this because some devices with poor coding may see the blank product field and naively assume that it's "not there". (i.e. "if [productID] doSomething();" versus "if [productID != NULL] doSomething();") So it's something to be mindful of.
This cable has an IR drop of ~400mV at 3A. This is near the upper USB-C tolerance but within Spec. Tolerance is a range of values which is "permissible and designed for". This still means devices that are not strictly USB-C compliant (like the Nexus 6P, which requires >4.95v) experience reduced charging rates.
In conclusion, this cable performs within spec and is safe. Due to its low cost (almost half that of the USB-IF certified Belkin) and support (US-based vendor), I believe this cable is the epitome of the "design delta"/"project triangle". This cable opts for 'good' and 'cheap', at the expense of 'high current'.
For this reason I endorse this cable as a cheap, reliable, safe option for primarily for data/video (and occasional charging) use.
* Detailed evaluation is available at plus.google.com under /102612254593917101378/posts/gDMac1tZkRk
* A compliance checklist for the Plugable USBC-C100 is available at drive.google.com under /open?id=0B2OJRSgNnm4GMmlqZE1sQVc5TEE
USB-C is just the connector so watch out for the 3.1 USB-IF Certification.
As Always pluggable is a reliable , reasonably priced product that meets specifications.
This is my first setup with USB-C, let alone using PD so I did a bit of research to find a decent cable I would use to send up to 36W through.
The cable is sturdy, much like a slightly slimmer outdoor power cord with about the same amount of flexibility. The boot is solid and hold the connector in place with no play at all.
I have had a lot of USB cable failures in the past for various reason, from the connector bending, the boot sliding down the cable and pulling a wire off the connector with it, to breaks in the wire internally. I don't think any of those will be an issue for this cable. It is too stiff to kink and damage the wires internally, the USB-C connector is solid as a rock and the boot is locked on tight.
iVoler 75W USB Type C Charger with Power Delivery, 60W USB-C Port + 15W 3 USB Ports for Apple Macbook, Chromebook Pixel, Samsung Tab Pro S, Nexus 5X/6P, Google Pixel / XL, LG G5 and More (Black)