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What's the difference between USB PD3.1 and USB PD3.0?

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Author : Zonsan
Update time : 2022-09-24 16:00:12
The USB-IF Association released the latest USB PD3.1 fast charging standard, the charging power has been increased from the original 100W to 240W, and supports a maximum voltage output of 48V. But many people do not know the difference between PD3.1 and PD3.0 .
The difference is sorted out for you below:
 
The evolution of the USB charging standard
    Time  Standard  Interface  Protocol
    2010  USB BC 1.2  USB Type-A  5V/1.5A
 July 2012   USB PD1.0  USB Type-A/B  -
 Aug 2014    USB PD2.0  USB Type-C  5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 2.25A, 20V 2A, 20V 5A
 Nov 2015  USB PD3.0  USB Type-C  5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 2.25A, 20V 2A, 20V 5A
 Feb 2017  USB PD3.0 PPS   USB Type-C  5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 2.25A, 20V 2A, 20V 5A
 PPS: 3.3V-5.9V 3A, 3.3-11V 3A, 3.3-16V 3A, 3.3-21V 3A, 3.3-21V 5A 
 May 2021  USB PD3.1  USB Type-C  5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 2.25A, 20V 2A, 20V 5A
 PPS: 3.3V-5.9V 3A, 3.3-11V 3A, 3.3-16V 3A, 3.3-21V 3A, 3.3-21V 5A
 EPR: 28V 5A, 36V 5A, 48V 5A
 AVS: 15-28V 5A, 15-36V 5A, 15-48V 5A
 
In summary: to compared with USB PD3.0, USB PD3.1 increases the scope of application of the fast charging standard. In addition to charging mobile phones, notebook computers and other consumer products, it can also be used for monitors, servers, power tools, security POE power supply, etc. realizing the vision of "everything can be charged".
 
Follow the market demand , Zonsan is launching PD3.1 charger 140W , 240W with 1-5 ports for wall charger and desktop charger both , let’s keep updated more ...

 
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