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  • What is FTDI USB Cable?
    Post time: Jan-15-2021

    FTDI Chip develops innovative silicon solutions that enhance interaction with today’s technology. When a designer needs to add a USB port, rest assured that FTDI Chip has a full range of USB solutions to get the job done. Universal Serial Bus (USB) is now established as the de-facto interface fo...Read more »

  • CUSTOM FLAT CABLE
    Post time: Nov-19-2020

    The flat cable guide wire core adopts soft structure to ensure the good flexibility of the cable. The insulation and protective layer material adopts butyl polymer to improve the flexibility, anti-corrosion and cold resistance of the cable. The color separation of insulated core provides convenie...Read more »

  • 5 Reasons Why Yon Need A Dock Station For Your Home Office
    Post time: Nov-04-2020

    5 Reasons Why Yon Need A Dock Station For Your Home Office Laptops are getting slimmer and slimmer, and that’s a good thing. It means that they’re more portable, easier to carry around, and more. But there is one problem with the trend – and that’s that laptops are also losing ports and connectiv...Read more »

  • What are USB hubs used for?
    Post time: Aug-21-2020

    A USB hub is a device that expands a single Universal Serial Bus (USB) port into several so that there are more ports available to connect devices to a host system, similar to a power strip. USB hubs are often built into equipment such as computer cases, keyboards, monitors, or printers. A USB h...Read more »

  • how to choose a better usb c otg cable?
    Post time: Aug-07-2020

    how to choose a better usb c otg cable? USB On-The-Go or abbreviated to USB OTG initially build for smartphone and tablet to allow accessories devices, such as USB flash drives, mouse, and keyboard to be attached. In the modern days, USB OTG for Android phones is a mandatory accessory you have t...Read more »

  • How To Choose The Right USB C Cable?
    Post time: Feb-29-2020

    In theory, all USB-C cables should be the same: that’s the whole point of having a standard. In practice, there are different versions of the standard. More worryingly, many cables being sold as USB-C don’t fully conform to that standard – and that can be seriously bad news … USB-C is brilliant....Read more »

  • Can I connect USB 3.0 to USB 3.1?
    Post time: Jan-31-2020

    Can I connect USB 3.0 to USB 3.1? The highest number always supports lower numbers, so USB 3.1 supports USB 2.1, USB 2.0, USB 1.1 and USB 1.0. The backward compatibility is because there is a mechanism to detect the protocol based on the impedance (and in USB2 also chirp which is not impedance ba...Read more »

  • Mini sas connector introduction
    Post time: Nov-19-2019

    The STC-T026 External HD Mini SAS SFF-8644 to SFF-8644 Cable,High-speed data storage interface up to 12Gbps (actual Data transfer speed is determined by the capabilities of the connected hardware),SFF-8644 compliant with SAS 3.0,Length: 1Meter.AS Interface Full Interconnect Guide (SATA to MINI SA...Read more »

  • Let’s talking about USB C
    Post time: Oct-28-2019

    If you’ve been paying attention to the world of USB, you may have heard about USB 3.1 and USB Type-C. But what’s the difference? Which one do you need? And how are they different from USB 3.0 or even 2.0? Let’s break it down. What is USB Type-C? Over the years, the USB connectio...Read more »

  • How to Connect Your MacBook to a TV?
    Post time: Oct-16-2019

    Apple laptops are thin, light and portable. Which means that a lot of users spend increasingly longer times in front of their computer screens than in front of their TV screens. It’s not only because you can watch movies on your Mac, there’s also a wider array of on-demand content available to yo...Read more »

  • What is fiber optic HDMI?
    Post time: Sep-23-2019

    Spend enough time as a Home Theater Enthusiast and you’re guaranteed to learn — the hard way — that not all HDMI cables are created equally. This was true in the first days of 1080p. True in the first days of 3D. And even more true in the days of 4K/HDR when handshake and HDCP 2...Read more »

  • How to find a USB C cable manufacuter or wholesaler?
    Post time: Sep-19-2019

    USB-C is becoming the standard for connection among laptops and mobile devices. But if your laptop or desktop PC is lacking in ports and you don’t want to replace it, you’ll need an alternative. If your laptop lacks USB-C ports and you need to connect something to it, the easiest way to go about ...Read more »

  • HDMI cables buying guide
    Post time: Sep-04-2019

    How to Choose HDMI Cable HDMI ? These days, HDMI is often the only way to make an HD-capable connection. Although a few TVs still have a component input, it has virtually disappeared on Blu-ray players. Equipment manufacturers have been required to limit the resolution of component video outputs ...Read more »

  • How To Make An Ethernet Cable?
    Post time: Aug-19-2019

    Sure, you can buy Ethernet cables from the store, but where’s the fun in that? If you want to make custom cable lengths or crossover cables, or repair a broken connector, why not do it yourself? Here’s how. Before you get started, make sure you have the necessary tools, and decide whe...Read more »

  • How to Find a China Manufacturer and Supplier?
    Post time: Aug-13-2019

    If you’re looking for a Chinese manufacturer or supplier about the data and power connection cable, here are a few places to start your search for establishing your manufacturing process. Chinese suppliers are business partners, and partners can be your greatest asset or your worst nightmar...Read more »

  • What is USB Type-C?
    Post time: Aug-02-2019

    Some people maybe have noticed that sometimes the words USB 3.1 and USB-C are interchangeable in some cases, which leads many people to blur the line between these two concepts. Simply put, USB 3.1 is an industry standard and is also the revision number of the current standard. This is a technica...Read more »

  • How to solve the design specification of USB-C interface?
    Post time: Jul-31-2019

    RaspBerry 4 Pi model B (Raspberry Pi 4B) was officially released, and it has upgraded its processing capabilities, communication methods, and external interfaces, bringing the gospel to embedded developers. After receiving the goods, many developers started to try with excitement. As a result, it...Read more »

  • How to make a digital signal into a analog signal?
    Post time: Jul-29-2019

    When we use HD data output, we often need to input this data to different devices. As we all know, the output signal of the HDMI interface is the standard interface of the current high-definition signal output. These output devices such as computers, notebooks, HD set-top boxes, hard disk players...Read more »

  • USB to RJ45 high speed 1000M external network card
    Post time: Jul-22-2019

    The USB network card is a network component working at the data link layer. It is an interface connecting the computer and the transmission medium in the local area network. The user can connect to the Internet through the USB interface. The STC USB Gigabit LAN is a low-cost, high-performance so...Read more »

  • Two Apple computer files are quickly transferred
    Post time: Jun-28-2019

    Teach you to use the STC USB-C data cable to achieve fast transfer of two Apple computer files When we transfer files between old and new Apple computers, or when two MAC data are transmitted between colleagues, we can use the target disk function of Apple MAC to make one computer become another ...Read more »

  • Characteristics and differences between RS-232 and RS-422 and RS-485
    Post time: Jun-25-2019

    RS232 overview The RS-232 interface complies with the interface standard for serial data communication established by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA). The original number is EIA-RS-232 (232, RS232 for short). It is widely used for computer serial interface peripheral connections. Connect...Read more »

  • what is DP Alt mode?
    Post time: Jun-19-2019

    According to Strategy Analytics, global mobile computing device shipments have grown steadily between 2016 and 2021, with a compound annual growth rate of 2%. However, shipments of mobile computing devices with DisplayPort (DP) interfaces will have a compound annual growth rate of 36% between 201...Read more »

  • HDMI to VGA common fault
    Post time: Jun-14-2019

    The notebooks, video games, network boxes and other devices produced in recent years are basically equipped with the latest HDMI high-definition interface, and for families who still use old TVs, projectors and other devices with VGA interface, they want to have HDMI interface. The device is conn...Read more »

  • Post time: May-25-2019

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