USB Type-C Customer Presentation

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USB Type-C Connectors
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from TE Connectivity (TE)
May 2016
USB Type-C Connector Portfolio
TE’s USB Type-C
connector is a do-it-all
interface that eliminates
the need for multiple cords
in a broad range of
products from slim
handheld devices to robust
industrial applications
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Key Benefits:
• Flexibility
• Performance
• Backward Compatibility
• Splash Proof
Protection Available
NEW
Solving Flexibility and Performance Challenges with a
New Generation of USB Connector Portfolio
NEW
Splash proof protection
Greater flexibility
Enhanced design
Backward compatibility
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New USB Type-C splash proof brings new functionality to the portfolio
•
IPX4 rated to protect against water splashed from all directions
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Reversible mating interface means the plug can be mated correctly the first time, every time
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Provide a single solution that delivers data up to 10 Gbps, power up to 100W and A/V through
one connection.
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Supports USB 2.0 (480 Mbps), USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) and USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps)
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Enhanced EMI shielding on the receptacle shell helps eliminate unwanted EMI leakage
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Additional board retention features compared to the industry standard footprint provide enhanced
reliability and ruggedness
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With one of the smallest dual row SMT footprints, TE’s USB Type-C saves valuable board real-estate
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Allow backward compatibility to other USB connectors using converter cables or adaptors
Market Trend
Audio/Video (A/V)
Transition from multiple
USB and HDMI
connector types to a
single USB Type-C
connector
Benefits: reduce clutter and save space
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Data
Power
… in one connection
USB Type-C Technology
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Without
Power
Delivery
With
Power
Delivery
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2
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USB Type-C connector technology provides a single interconnect solution to transport data,
power & audio/ video = Less Clutter
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TE’s USB Type-C Application Diversity
Medical
Data Centers
A/V Digital
Switches
Power Packs,
Chargers
Industrial
Consumer
Electronics
Mobile
Automotive
Infotainment
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There are wide variety of
industries that require the
use of USB interconnect.
TE’s USB Type-C provides
the reliability to address
your design needs.
USB Type-C Industry Standard
Smaller, thinner and more robust alternative to existing USB standard and Micro USB cable and connectors
What the
Market
Wants
USB Type-C
design solutions to
fit customer’s
applications
What TE
Provides
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Flexible Manufacturing and Platforming
• Cost Advantage
• Quick Change
• Variable Demand
TE’s USB Type-C Design Roadmap
Plug for Cable &
PCB
IPX7/8
Water Proof
Higher Currency
Receptacle
Mid-Mount Hybrid
0.485mm Offset
2016
2015
2017
Shell-Less
NEW
Production Tooled
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Mid-Mount Dual Row SMT
0.65mm Offset, Splash Proof
In Development
Vertical
Receptacle
On-Board Hybrid/
Dual Row SMT
Justification Needed
Market Research
Product Market Data
USB Type-C TAM
Industry Segments/Typical Applications:
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Telecom
•
Computer
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Consumer
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Industrial I/O
Global Market Values:
$1,000
$900
$800
$700
$600
$500
$400
$300
$200
$100
$-
$910
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$690
$700
2016
2017
2018
$670
$400
2015
•
$660
2019
2020
Transition to USB Type-C connectors is
underway
Expected by 2020 80% of all USB types will
be USB Type-C
Source: Bishop and Associates, Inc. Connector Types and Technologies Poised for Growth; Research Report P-606-15, June 2015
General Mechanical Specifications
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Test
EIA Standard
Requirement
Insertion Force
EIA 364-13
Initial force should be in the range from 5N to 20N at the max. rate of 12.5mm per minute. This requirement is exempt for
connectors used in docking applications.
Extraction Force
EIA 364-13
The extraction force shall be within the range from 8N to 20N both before and after the specified durability cycles. This
requirement is exempt for connectors used in docking applications.
Durability
EIA 364-09
The durability rating is 10,000 cycles minimum tested at a max. rate of 200 cycles per hour. There should be no physical
damage to neither the connector nor cable assembly.
Cable Flexing
EIA 364-41, Condition 1
There should be no physical damage or discontinuity over 1ms during flexing shall occur to the cable assembly with Dim. X - 3.7
times the cable diameter and 100 cycles in each of two planes
Cable Pull-Out
EIA 364-38, Method A
No physical damage to the cable assembly when the cable is subjected to a 40N axial load for a min. of 1 minute while clamping
one end of the cable plug.
4-Axis Continuity Test
N/A
An 8N tensile force shall be applied to the able in a downward direction, perpendicular to the axis of insertion for at least 10
seconds. This test should be repeated for 90 , 180 and 270 degree rotations.
Wrenching Test
N/A
Perpendicular forces (Fp) are applied to a plug when inserted at a distance (L) of 15mm from the edge of the receptacle. The
forces shall be applied left, right, up and down and must meet the following thresholds. No damage should occur when a force of
75N is applied when tested for each direction.
Parts of this slide are copied directly from the USB Type-C specification, cannot be re-distributed and are only for training purposes.
Power Supply Options
Mode of Operation
Nominal Voltage
Maximum Current
Notes
USB 2.0
5V
500mA
USB 3.1
5V
900mA
USB BC 1.2
5V
Up to 1.5A
Legacy charging
USB Type C Current @ 1.5A
5V
1.5A
Supports higher power devices
USB Type C Current @ 3.0A
5V
3.0A
Supports higher power devices
USB PD
Configurable up to 20V
Configurable up to 5A
Directional control and power level management
Default current, based on definitions in the base specification
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The receptacle current carrying capacity is 5 A compared to the default cable assemblies that have a current
carrying capacity of 3 A.
•
The receptacle has a higher current rating in order to support the delivery of more power for either directly
attached docking application or using specifically designed chargers, which use captive cables to implement
USB PD, of 5A cable assemblies.
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Cable assemblies that can support USB PD will include an electronic marking to show the support of 5 A.
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Parts of this slide are copied directly from the USB Type-C specification, cannot be re-distributed and are only for training purposes.
Receptacle Pin Assignments
USB Type C Receptacle
Interface Pin
Assignments
Receptacle
Interface
Pin
Assignments
A1
Singal
Name
GND
A2
SSTXp1
A3
SSTXn1
A4
A5
VBUS
CC1
A6
Dp1
A7
Dn1
A8
A9
SBU1
VBUS
A10
SSRXn2
A11
SSRXp2
Positive half of second
SuperSpeed RX differential pair
Second
B2
SSTXp2
Positive half of second
SuperSpeed TX differential pair
Second
A12
GND
Ground return
First
B1
GND
Ground return
First
Pin
Description
Ground return
Positive half of first
SuperSpeed TX differential pair
Negative half of first
SuperSpeed TX differential pair
Bus Power
Configuration Channel
Positve half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 1
Negative half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 1
Sideband Use (SBU)
Bus Power
Negative half of second
SuperSpeed RX differential pair
Mating
Sequence
First
B12
Second
B11
Second
B10
First
Second
B9
B8
Second
B7
Second
B6
Second
First
B5
B4
Second
B3
Pin
Signal
Name
GND
Description
Ground return
Positive half of first
SSRXp1
SuperSpeed RX differential pair
Negative half of first
SSRXn1
SuperSpeed RX differential pair
VBUS
Bus Power
SBU2
Sideband Use (SBU)
Negative half of the USB 2.0
Dn2
differential pair - Position 2
Positive half of the USB 2.0
Dp1
differential pair - Position 2
CC2
Configuration Channel
VBUS
Bus Power
Negative half of second
SSTXn2
SuperSpeed TX differential pair
Mating
Sequence
First
Second
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
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Singal
Name
GND
VBUS
CC1
Description
Ground return
A6
Dp1
A7
Dn1
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
SBU1
VBUS
Bus Power
Configuration Channel
Positve half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 1
Negative half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 1
Sideband Use (SBU)
Bus Power
GND
Ground return
Mating
Sequence
First
Pin
Signal
Name
GND
Description
Ground return
First
Second
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
Second
B7
Dn2
Second
B6
Dp1
Second
First
CC2
VBUS
First
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
Bus Power
Sideband Use (SBU)
Negative half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 2
Positive half of the USB 2.0
differential pair - Position 2
Configuration Channel
Bus Power
GND
Ground return
VBUS
SBU2
A12
B12
B1
Second
First
Second
Second
Second
Second
First
Please refer to TE’s
recommended PCB layout,
which identifies the pin out
on the PCB
Second
Type C Receptacle Pin
InterfaceAssignments
Pin Assignments for USB 2.0 only
ReceptacleUSBInterface
for USB 2.0 Only
Pin
A1
Mating
Sequence
First
First
Second
Second
Example of PCB Layout for TE’s
Mid-mount Hybrid Type
A1
A12
GND
GND
Second
Second
First
First
B12
B1
Plug Pin Assignments
Full-Featured USB Type-C Plug Interface (Front View)
A12
GND
A11
RX2+
A10
RX2-
A9
VBUS
A8
SBU1
GND
B1
TX2+
B2
TX2B3
VBUS
B4
VCONN
B5
A7
D-
B6
A6
D+
A5
CC
A4
VBUS
A3
TX1-
A2
TX1+
A1
GND
B7
SBU2
B8
VBUS
B9
RX1B10
RX1+
B11
GND
B12
The USB Type-C full-featured plug uses a paddle card and the following is a reference
design for a USB Type-C paddle card.
Paddle Card
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Top Side
Viewed from Top
Bottom Side
Viewed from Bottom
USB Type-C Mid-Mount Hybrid Receptacle
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USB Type-C Receptacle Hybrid with 0.485 offset
PN 2129691-1
Product Brief:
• The industry standard USB Type-C connector is a
new choice of connector interface for system
architects and design engineers
Feature and Benefits:
• Super Speed+ 10 Gbps, supports power up to 100W
• Supports alternate mode for other functions like A/V
over single cable
• Reversible mating interface, plug can be mated
correctly the 1st time
Target Industry Segments:
• Medical equipment, industrial automation, data
storage and servers, automotive equipment, building
equipment, consumer handhelds and more
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TE Product Specification:
• 108-99061 USB Type-C Receptacle
Manufacturing Location and Support
• TE’s plant in Qingdao
• Product Engineering team in Shanghai
• Design Engineering support in USA
Outer Dimensions
10.7
2.38
Offset dimension
equals center line
of tongue to top
of PCB
8.96
3.36
0.485 Offset
9.36
12.35
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3.16
NEW
USB Type-C Dual Row SMT Receptacle with
Splash Poof Version
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USB Type-C Dual Row SMT with 0.65 Offset Receptacle
PN 2295018-2 & 1-2295018-2
Product Brief:
• Smaller size USB Type-C connector complying to
industry standard with splash proof option offered
Feature and Benefits:
• Supports USB 3.1 performance, power up to 100W
• Mid mount dual row SMT, 0.65mm offset
• IPX4 splash proof option available
Target Industry Segments:
• Smart phone, wearable, medical equipment,
industrial automation, automotive equipment, other
consumer handhelds and more
TE Product Specification:
• 108-115109-2 USB Type-C Receptacle
Manufacturing Location and Support
• TE’s plant in Qingdao
• Product Engineering team in Shanghai
• Design Engineering support in USA
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Outer Dimensions
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Additional Information
Online Resources
• Product Webpage
(te.com/USBTypeC)
• Product Flyer
• Part Detail
• Video
Contact
Bowen Yu
Product Manager
bowen.yu@te.com
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