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What is the waterproof rating of USB-C?

Waterproof USB-C Male to Female Extender Cable



For the environmental protection users require, the waterproof USB Type-C connector utilizes rubber seals and a seamless housing to keep water out. These connectors should be IPX8 rated for water resistance and durable enough to withstand thousands of mating and unmating cycles. The added board retention feature enables a robust design, providing high reliability and overall device quality.



Premier Cable's USB Type-C connectors are designed to help protect devices including wearables, smartphones, home appliances, medical devices and automotive infotainment systems from harsh environmental conditions. Features include industry-leading IPX8 dust and water resistance (enabling them to maintain a reliable connection at a depth of 1.5m for at least 30 minutes), enhanced EMI protection and board retention, 10Gb/s and 100W data and power handling capabilities, user-friendly Reversible plug-in interface and compatible with multiple protocols.


Waterproof USB 3.0 Type C Female to Female Adapter IP67 USB 3.1 Type C Connector Male to Male Cable

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