Frequently Asked Questions
1. USB 3.0 Magnetic Cable (Others USB 2.0)
2. Build in USB PD Microchip (Others Unknown)
3. Detachable Magnetic USB Type-A Tip (World's First)
4. Both-Side Magnetic Interchangeable (World's First)
5. Original DesignLast updated:
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Developed alongside the new USB-C connection is another new technology: USB Power Delivery. This new USB specification (known as “PD” for short) is able to provide sufficient power to multiple devices, and allow data transfer at the same time. It’s also more advanced in several ways.
With USB PD, the direction of power is no longer fixed. Previously, USB cables could only provide power in one direction, but with PD, power can now flow in both directions.
PD also optimizes the amount of power consumed or provided. “Consumers” (such as phones and tablets) only request the power they need, while “Providers” (such as chargers) only supply the power available.
USB-PD, is a charging protocol that uses high speed USB-C connecters and cables. Power Delivery devices and chargers connect using USB-C cables, safely providing higher levels of power while optimizing power managements across multiple peripherals. An intelligent internal chipset makes it possible to charge and share power between connected USB-PD devices while protecting the circuitry.
The Power Delivery Chipset automatically detects the connected device, whether it’s a small phone or a large laptop. It then delivers the exact power required for fastest possible charging, but not too much which could damage circuitry.
The Compatibility Chipset detects the device brand, such as Apple or Samsung. It will then behave just like the one originally supplied with the device.Last updated:
USB 3.0 Specifications:
Speed: 4.8 Gbps (Giga bits per second)
Power Usage: Up to 900 mA
Signal Method: Can send and receive data simultaneously
Core Wires: 9 or 10
Backward Compatible: USB 1.0/2.0
USB 2.0 Specifications:
Speed: 480 Mbps (Megabits per second)
Power Usage: Up to 500 mA
Signal Method: Either send or receive data
Core wires: 4Last updated:
While there are some similarities, they are different technologies:
USB-PD (Power Delivery)
Supporting type of devices: 15+ devices
Max Power (Wattage): up to 100W
% faster than 5W: 70%
Compatible with: ANY device
Quick Charge™ 3.0
Supporting type of devices: 4 devices
Max Power (Wattage): up to 60W
% faster than 5W: 70%
Compatible with: Snapdragon devicesLast updated:
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Below are the patent reference number:
APPLICATION NUMBER(S) : 10201610871Y
If you not found patent reference on website due to pending. You may call IPOS (Singapore) for more information. Refer to company name EWOLT PTE. LTD. (Company Reg. No. 201541229D)
IPOS Website: www.ipos.gov.sg
Tel: (65) 6339 8616Last updated:
Company Name: EWOLT PTE LTD
MFi Account Number: 235368
MFi License has been executed with contract number: MFi-16-00624
MFi Program since 6th April 2016
We are still communicating with MFi Team for our cable design, the current integrated new design for iOS connector tips is working fine with Apple devices.
IMPORTANT: If we got an approval from MFi Team to develop Certified MFi connector, the design will be using original MFi certified connector. We will update all backers regarding this once we got reply from MFi Team.Last updated:
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