This tiny gizmo is based on the same principle as those presented two years ago
: it requires the appropriate voltage and current profile from the USB-C PD (Power Delivery) compatible source, and provides power to any device not equipped with such a power port.
This new version goes further: it provides, in real time and with no rebooting, several profiles selected with a rotary switch.
Five profiles are programmed: 5V, 9V, 15V and 20V, all at 3 amps. That is 60 watts maximum.
The selection is made through a hole in the housing with a small screwdriver.
The power output is no longer on wire, as on previous models, but on a 4 pin HRS socket.
This interface is 1.81" by 0.79" by 0.67" and weighs 0.388 oz. only.
It is already available for sale from DC Audiovisuel.