A new fast charging technology introduced on many rechargeable battery devices called Power Delivery, promises many outstanding advantages.
What is Power Delivery?
Power Delivery is the name of a fast charging standard, which is usually supported through the USB charging port, so it is also known as USB Power Delivery (currently popular version USB PD 3.0).
USB Power Delivery was born with the goal of becoming general charging standard only for all mobile devices.
New generation iPhone, Macbook, and Google Pixel devices are now prominent names that have supported USB Power Delivery. And of course power supplies, fast chargers, and power banks are also quickly equipped with this technology.
Advantages of USB Power Delivery
USB Power Delivery is designed with 5 charging configurations, ranging from 2.5W up to 100W. As a result, to meet multiple charging levels, variety of devices, such as phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, etc.
If implemented, the unification of using a common charging standard such as USB Power Delivery for all devices, will more convenient to use, finding chargers is easier, greatly reducing the number of chargers and charging cables, thereby reduce e-waste environment, as well as save more resources.
Besides, charging capacity of USB Power Delivery also outstanding when compared to other technologies such as OPPO VOOC (up to 20W) and Qualcomm Quick Charge (up to 36W) which are limited to phones and tablets.
With what has been done, USB Power Delivery technology is gradually moving towards the expectation of becoming a Common charging standards for the future. What do you think about this interesting charging technology, leave your comments below in the comments section!