Mouser Electronics, Inc., the authorized global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, is pleased to offer customers a new page dedicated to the comprehensive selection of USB Type-C products from ON Semiconductor and TE Connectivity. USB Type-C cables introduced new design flexibility with interchangeable cable ends, in addition to vastly improved rates of power and data transmission. Mouser’s new application-specific solution page offers a convenient resource for researching and selecting the perfect USB Type-C products for a variety of designs.
The TE and ON Semiconductor USB Type-C page, now available on the Mouser Electronics website, features a wide range of products to support data and power transmission applications. The FUSB307B USB Type-C Port Controller with USB-PD from ON Semiconductor is a fully autonomous controller for low-power applications that require Power Delivery, such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and power banks. The FUSB340 USB 3.1 SuperSpeed 10Gbps switch is ideal for mobile devices that require a reversible cable with a switch, delivering superior performance in a variety of high-speed data transmission protocols. ON Semiconductor’s FUSB251 Type-C CC and SBU protection IC is an I2C overvoltage protection switch suitable for a range of mobile devices and external USB storage.
The USB Type-C solution page also includes a selection of TE Connectivity interconnect products suitable for use in harsh environments. TE’s IPX8-rated USB Type-C onboard receptacle features enhanced board retention and waterproof performance, making it a durable solution for efficient power transmission. Likewise, the splash-proof USB Type-C connectors are IPX4 rated, ensuring protection against water splashed from all directions. TE’s standard USB Type-C connectors offer enhanced retention features and reliable performance for a range of industrial, medical, and lighting applications.
The new USB Type-C page features a useful list of featured products, along with ordering information and downloadable resources. The page also includes a DC/DC block diagram that provides a useful roadmap for design and development.
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