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Classification Of Type-C Hub Docking Station

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  • Post time: 28-06-2023
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For the aesthetics and simplicity of notebook/tablet devices, the design of product interfaces is becoming more and more simplified. It is not uncommon for the device interface to be less than single. To meet the needs of use in various scenarios, it is too cumbersome to prepare multiple related adapters. In fact, a Type-C hub can do it!
With the development of digital products, the main components of external devices have increased, and the use of docking stations has been seen in PC computers, notebook computers, mobile phones, TVs, increased data transmission, charging, Internet access and other aspects. Everyone may have heard of docking stations and converters, and probably know some about their usage, but there are still very few people who have a systematic understanding of docking stations. Today, I will briefly popularize the basics of Type-C hub docking station. Classification.
Type-C Hub

Classification of docking stations
Type-C HUB docking station, according to the function classification, can be divided into four types. They are:
The first USB Type-C to video; according to the video interface classification, there are specific classifications such as HDMI, VGA, DVI, DP, etc.

The second USB Type-C to HUB (data); HUB (data) classification has Type-C port, USB A port, SD/TF card reader, etc.

The third type of USB Type-C to network card; network cards are classified into Gigabit network cards, 100M network cards, 2.5G network cards, 5G network cards, etc.

The fourth USB Type-C to PD charging; PD charging is classified into 100W (20V 5A), 60W (20V 3A) and so on.

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