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USB Power Delivery Tester

商品簡述

USB Power Delivery Tester用於排除USB端口和USB充電器的故障

商品介紹

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USB Power Delivery Tester

For troubleshooting USB ports and USB chargers

  • Test the power delivery capability of USB ports, USB chargers, and USB power banks.
  • Check if a USB host is capable of delivering its maximum specified wattage without failing.
  • Detect the wattage a USB charger (wall-wart) claims to support, which in turn controls the charging speed of mobile phones and other USB connected battery devices.
  • Check that voltage levels remain within specification under high load.
  • Measure the exact power usage of USB devices.
  • Use it with the USB 3.0 Loopback Plug, to test communication speed, data integrity, and power delivery of USB ports simultaneously
  • QC4+ and PPS support available in model PM125.

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions

Do not touch or cover heatsink during operation as it can reach high temperatures, which could result in burns or failure of the USB PD Tester.

Do not block the operation of the fans & allow good airflow. Allow at least 10cm of air gap around the back of the fans. Also ensure there is airflow under the device.

Only use the USB PD tester with devices that claim compliance with the USB standards. A catastrophic failure of the device under test can result in the shorting of mains power to the USB cable. Which can both destroy the USB PD Tester and present a serious electrocution hazard.

The USB PD Tester is not a consumer device. It was designed for use by qualified electrical engineers.

Always have someone monitor the testing in case the device under test suddenly fails. Do not start a test and walk away.

Some USB power supplies are known to not fully comply with the USB standards. Some also do not comply with relevant electrical standards in the countries where they are sold. Faulty or poorly designed devices can be dangerous! The USB PD Tester may expose design and manufacturing flaws in the device when putting the device under high load. The result can be catastrophic failure of the device under test. Which in turn can lead to fire, melting of the device under test, smoke, electrical shorts and even destruction of the USB PD tester itself.

Do not draw more current from the device than it claims to support. The port might be damaged as a result, or over current protection might lead to the port shutting down.

Specifications

Product Code PM110
USB Power Delivery Tester
Discontinued March 2021 and replaced with PM125
PM125
USB Power Delivery Tester with PPS and QC
CPU: ARM Cortex M0 ARM Cortex M0
Memory: 16KB RAM, 128K Flash 16KB RAM, 128K Flash
User Interface: 1.8" LCD 128X64 Pixels + Rotary dial 1.8" LCD 128X64 Pixels + Rotary dial
USB standards: USB Power Delivery Specification Revision 3.0, and Battery Charging Specification Revision 1.2 USB Power Delivery Specification Revision 3.0, Battery Charging Specification Revision 1.2 and Quick Charge 4 (including QC1, QC2, QC3, QC4 and QC4+)
Port Detection: DCP, SDP, CDP, Type-C (non-PD, fixed profile), Proprietary Chargers DCP, SDP, CDP, Type-C (non-PD, fixed profile and PPS), QC and Proprietary Chargers
Physical connectors: USB A, USB B, USB Type-C USB A, USB B, USB Type-C
Maximum Load: 60W Continuous, 100W for 5 Minutes 60W Continuous, 100W for 5 Minutes
Cooling: Heatsink with two fans Heatsink with two fans
Current Adjustment: Yes Yes
Voltage Adjustment for PPS/QC profiles: No Yes
Operational Voltage: 4.5V - 5.6V 4.5V - 5.6V
Operational Current: 350mA 350mA
Type-C Voltage: 0V - 28V (for comparision, Type-C specs are 5 to 20V) 0V - 28V (for comparision, Type-C specs are 5 to 20V)
Type-C Current: 0 - 5A 0 - 5A
Type-A Current (Source): 0 - 1.5A when Type-C Voltage = 5V, 0 - 0.3A when Type-C Voltage > 5V 0 - 1.5A when Type-C Voltage = 5V, 0 - 0.3A when Type-C Voltage > 5V
Accuracy (V) Type-C port: 1% before calibration, 0.25% after calibration (Note 1) 1% before calibration, 0.25% after calibration (Note 1)
Accuracy (A) Type-C port: ±10mA for the entire range (0-5A), calibration improves the accuracy to 1% for loads less than 1A (Note 1) ±10mA for the entire range (0-5A), calibration improves the accuracy to 1% for loads less than 1A (Note 1)
Case: Aluminium - Black Anodized Aluminium - Black Anodized
Size: 140mm x 120mm x 75mm
(5.5 x 4.7 x 3 inches)
140mm x 120mm x 75mm
(5.5 x 4.7 x 3 inches)
Weight: 570g (20.1oz) 570g (20.1oz)
Safety Protections: Over current protection
Over voltage protection (up to 30V)
ESD Protection on USB2 data lines (IEC 61000-4-2 level 4, ±15kV contact discharge, ±20kV air discharge)
Short circuit protection
Isolated USB Monitoring port (1kv)
Heatsink temperature monitor
Over current protection
Over voltage protection (up to 28V)
ESD Protection on VBUS (IEC 61000-4-2 level 4, ±8 kV contact discharge, ±15 kV air discharge)
ESD Protection on USB2 data lines (IEC 61000-4-2 level 4, ±15kV contact discharge, ±20kV air discharge)
Short circuit protection
Isolated USB Monitoring port (1kv)
Heatsink temperature monitor
Storage Temperature: -30 ºC to + 80 ºC -30 ºC to + 80 ºC
Usage Temperature: 0 ºC to 35ºC (lower temperature allows longer period of higher loads) 0 ºC to 35ºC (lower temperature allows longer period of higher loads)
Part number: PM110 PM125
RoHS (Lead free): Yes Yes
Calibration Process: Return to Factory Return to Factory or On site by user


1. Calibration service is available upon request for an additional fee.

The specifications above are for the PassMark USB Power Delivery Tester hardware revision 001.

Cabling

Each device comes with 3 cables:

  • A 1 meter (39inch) USB B (male) to USB A (male) cable. This cable is used to connect the tester to a PC.
  • A 40cm (15inch) E-Marked 5A USB Type-C TO Type-C cable. This cable is used to connect the tester to a Type-C USB power source (USB port or wall charger).
  • A 40cm (15inch) USB TYPE-C TO USB A (male) cable. This cable is used to connect the tester to a Type A USB power source (USB port or wall charger).

Compatibility

Windows 7, 8, and 10 are supported.
Windows: USBPDTest software is required for Windows.
Both 32bit and 64bit Windows drivers are available.

Testing and Troubleshooting USB Power Delivery

USB Power Delivery Tester and a bit about USB C 3.1