How to use the ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM002C PD3.1 tester to test the C2C cable?
With the release of the PD3.1 protocol, ChargerLAB has developed a tester, which is designed for PD3.1. We call it KM002C. As our latest tester, the performance has been greatly improved, and the appearance has been completely redesigned.
It has been loved by many engineers and geeks since its release. And it's widely used in the development of PD3.1 and the charging test of electronic devices.
Today, let's see how to use the ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM002C PD3.1 tester to test the C to C cable.
On the Application Menu, press the "Confirm" button on the right to select the "Modules", and then press the "Confirm" button again.
After entering the "Modules", the first item, "USB-C eMarker, Read the E-label of USB-C", will be selected automatically, and then press the "Confirm" button.
Then the display shows that you should plug in the USB-C cable. And after the KT002C is connected to the cable, you should press the "Confirm" button again.
The tester is reading the information and parameters of the cable.
The KM002C shows that this is a passive Thunderbolt (TBT) 3 cable that supports 20V100W and the speed of 40Gbps of data transmission.
At this moment, press the rightmost "Right" button to see more information about the cable.
The above is the specific steps of how to use the ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM002C to test the C to C cable. In addition to the USB4 cable, ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM002C can also test other C to C cables, such as Thunderbolt 4, USB4 cable, 100W E-Marker cable, etc.
Although the C to C type cables all look alike, the ChargerLAB POWER-Z KM002C can test whether they can charge, how much charging power they are, whether they can transmit data and how fast or slow the transmission speed is.
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