Discount Applies | Introducing Corsair 60W PD USB-C Cable
If you are a tech enthusiast, then you will know that Corsair's RAM and power supplies are of high quality. Many people may not know that they also produce cables. And today we are going to introduce a 60W PD USB-C cable from Corsair that may suit you. What's more, it's now available for as low as $3.99 per piece. You can click the upper button to view details.
The cable is made of PC and secured with velcro tape. It is soft and easy to bend.
There are protective sleeves between the connector and the cable. There is also a logo of Corsair printed on one side.
As we can see, the connector consists of two parts. The other side has another protective sleeve. And many prismatic protrusions on it to increase slip resistance.
The USB-C port has specially made pins.
ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM003C shows it doesn't have an E-marker chip.
The diameter of the cable is about 3.5 mm (0.14 inches).
The length is about 187 cm (6' 1.62''). It can meet most of your needs.
The weight is about 49 g (1.73 oz).
And also, the manufacturer is Luxshare.
There are 200 pieces in one box.
As you can see, the new one has a transparent plastic film on the connectors for protection.
Testing the cable involves evaluating its supported functions and internal quality. The former includes determining the types of fast charging it supports, and whether it can perform data transmission and video transmission. The latter focuses on assessing the cable's internal quality.
The input power is also about 20V 3A 60W when charging a 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Max.
So, the cable did support peak power of 20V3A 60W and can charge most devices equipped with USB-C.
Connect the 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Max and UGREEN USB4 SSD enclosure via the cable, it has a TiPlus 7100 2TB SSD inside.
The Disk Speed Test shows that the writing speed is 33.2MB/s, and the reading speed is 35.8MB/s. The speed complies with USB 2.0.
Replace the MacBook with Lenovo Yoga Slim 7, CrystalDiskMark shows the reading and writing speed can reach 44.01MB/s and 43.93MB/s, respectively.
Due to different systems and test APPs, the data transfer speed of the macOS is slower than that of Windows. But they all meet the USB 2.0 standard.
Connect the iPhone 15 Pro and a monitor supports 4K via the cable, there is no signal. So, the cable does not support video transmission.
Voltage Drop Test
Voltage drop is an important factor in measuring the quality of the cable. During daily use, when the charger outputs the voltage and current to one end of the cable, it passes through the cable to the other end, which creates the voltage drop.
Connect the cable to the power supply and the electrical load, respectively. And we will test the voltage drop value under different voltage and current. A total of 10 voltage values were tested this time. Here is the result.
As we can see in the bar chart, the voltage drop falls into two categories: 0.15 and 0.46. The voltage values of 15V3A, 12V3A, 9V3A, and 5V3A have the largest voltage drops.
Just like other Apple cables in our previous teardown articles, it has a steel sleeve to protect internal components, which is fixed by solder joints.
The cable is wrapped in a thick layer braided by metal.
There is a tin foil shielding net, tinned copper wires, red power supply wires, and others inside.
Summary of ChargerLAB
It has two protective sleeves for better protection. It can support charging power of 20V3A 60W and USB 2.0. However, it does not support video transmission. Plus, its voltage drop performance is normal and the output remains stable.
Its discount price is 1 piece for $5.9, 2 pieces for $9.9, 3 pieces for $13.99, 4 pieces for $17.99, 5 pieces for $21.99, and 10 pieces for $39.99. Don't miss out on the deal and you can click the button to buy it!