High Power 60W USB-C PD PCBA with Cypress CCG3PA Chip
This High Power Dual Port Industrial PCBA uses the Cypress CCG3PA, a highly integrated USB-C port controller that complies with the latest USB-C and PD standards. Intended for use in PC power adapters, mobile chargers, car chargers and power bank applications. The CGL-CCG3PAv3 charging board provides one USB Type-C PD port and one USB Type-A QC 3.0 port for legacy charging.
With 12~24Volt DC input range, this device provides USB-C PD profiles up to 20V and Type-A with true support for QC 3.0 as well as Samsung/LG/Apple fast charging up to 2.4A.
The CGL-CCG3PAv3 PCBA also comes equipped with integrated voltage regulation, system-level fault and ESD protection.
Supports USB-PD 3.0 including Programmable Power Supply
Programmable Power Supply (PPS) capability allows for small incremental changes in voltage and current. PPS capability allows for constant current charging (with gradual voltage increase), followed by constant voltage charging (with gradual current reduction).
The USB-PD 60W PCBA supports 5~20V PD profiles on the Type-C Port with 60 Watt maximum output. It connects to a standard 12V automotive power input or industrial 24V power input via 2-Pin Phoenix Connector. Compatible with ALL USB power delivery devices.
60W PCBA Dual Port Charger
- Dual USB Port Industrial Charger PCBA: USB-C (Type-C) port with power delivery with QC 4.0 and USB-A QC 3.0 Port
- USB-A with Quick Charge 3.0 technology that provides up to 18W of charging power and a USB-C with Power Delivery CYPD CCG3PA Chipset provides up to 60W.
- Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Over Current Protection (OCP)
- Item Dimensions: 49.00 mm(L) x 45.00 mm(W) x 11.92 mm(H)
Power Output Specifications
- 60 Watts USB-C PD (5V/3A, 9V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A)
- 18 Watts USB-A QC 3.0 (12V 1.5A, 9V 2A, 5V 3A)
- 78 Watts Peak Total Combined Power Output (Recommended 75 Watts Total Combined Output)
The innovative, high-performance, universal 60W PCBA allows for one of the fastest and most efficient charging experiences for new Macbook / Macbook Pro, Chromebook, and all other USB-C laptops and notebooks.
Power Delivery (PD) Safety: With the built-in Cypress PD chipset, our product dynamically detects devices to deliver optimum power level for maximum battery life and performance. Equipped with advanced circuit protection to prevent over charging to your device.
Power Delivery (PD) with Programmable Power Supply (PPS): Intelligently detects your device and delivers the optimal Voltage/current for a specific device. Meets new energy efficiency requirements of DOE Level VI – the highest energy efficiency rating.
Tested Devices by our Customers using this Circuit:
galaxy s9, galaxy s10, galaxy note 8, galaxy note 5, galaxy note 4, galaxy note 3, galaxy note 2, galaxy s8 ,galaxy s8+, galaxy s7, galaxy s7 edge, galaxy s6, galaxy s6 edge, galaxy s5, galaxy s5 active, iphone 8, iphone 8 plus, iphone 7s, iphone 7s plus, iphone 7, iphone 7 plus, iphone 6s, iphone 6, iphone 6s plus, iphone 6 plus, iphone se, iphone 5, iphone 5s, iphone 5c, ipad, ipad mini, ipad air, ipad pro, ipad retina, htc one a9, htc 11, htc 10, htc one m9, htc one m8, htc one m7, sony xperia, motorola, moto e, moto g, oneplus 6, one plus2, lg g6, lg g5, lg g4, lg g3, lg g pad, nexus 5, nexus 6p, nexus 5x, google pixel, pixel xl, pixel 2, pixel 2 xl ,hp elite x3, lg v20, lg v10, zte axon 7, zenfone 3 dexluxe, universal, phone, tablet, gps, bluetooth speaker, powerbank, portable charger, backup battery, notebook, chromebook, laptop, speakers
Amazon Customer –
Best Powerbank Module
I never had a USB-C PD device until I recently got a Steam Deck. I’m an electronics nerd, but didn’t learn about USB-C PD until recently. I hate buying power banks since I already have plenty of Ryobi batteries that I can repurpose with the magic of 3D printing and power modules like this product from USBGear. Previously I’ve only made USB-A 5V 3A modules for my Ryobi batteries.I purchased a USB-C trigger module from Amazon to test the voltages output from this module and everything looked good at 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V, and 20V. I don’t have an easy way to measure current on the USB-C port yet, but I measured the USB-A port and it cut off at 5.3v at 3.2A. Works great. Since my trigger module testing on the USB-C port looked good I finally connected my Steam Deck to it and it powered it as expected. I didn’t get a slow charge warning so it is working at the normal power the Steam Deck can handle. The Steam Deck needs 45W so this 60W module has extra to spare. Now I can power it remotely with a battery I already have.If you want to 3D print the same charger I made I’ll put the design on Thingiverse in the near future under the name of “Ryobi USB-C PD Adapter” or something along those lines. USBGear had CAD I could download from their website which allowed me to design the enclosure for their board before I received it. Thankfully their CAD was accurate since my enclosure was able to fit their module on my first design attempt.Parts needed:2x Keystone 209 Battery Clips (search online if not on Amazon)4x M3 x 30mm cap screws (holds enclosure closed)2x M3 x 4mm cap screws (holds board down)8” of 18AWG wire (screw into module terminals and solder other end to battery clips.Make sure you connect positive to positive and negative to negative. (I know it’s obvious, but it’s a simple mistake that could ruin your module and/or battery. I’m not sure if the module has reverse polarity protection.I bought a box of assorted M2, M3, and M4 screws from Vigrue here on Amazon that have been useful for a variety of 3D printing projects. You won’t need nuts for the screws on my 3D print. It should thread into the plastic just fine. Just don’t over tighten it or it will strip the plastic.
John Harrison –
Awesome little board. Held up to my real world stress test as follows: A 2015 15″ MacBook Pro running a Windows 10 VM via Parallels, with Windows 10 performing a full defrag on the SSD. In other words, a full 57 Watts sustained output @ 20V with ~ 10.6V input (deliberately dropped it below 12V to see what would happen). Board pumps out the power!
Russell Lewandowski (verified owner) –
Does not work with HP Spectre 13-ac023dx that uses 20V/2.25A USB-C as listed on back of laptop. The Coolgear CG69-60W does work this this laptop. As with many early implementations, HP locked out many PD sources. This laptop is hit and miss with other charging sources as well.
Awesome product, works very well and runs cool.