Chip defends USB-C against abuse in vehicles

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Diodes is aiming at automotive USB Type-C ports with a four channel protection chip. “There has been increasing adoption of the USB Type-C interface, particularly by automotive manufacturers keen to provide future-proof ports for smart devices and other peripherals,” said Diodes. Called DPO2039DABQ, is is intended to be used in line with the CC1, CC2, and D+ …

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