As you offer some high wattage (over 60W) USB-C PD power supplies, I wanted to ask about the cables that are associated with that. Standard USB-C cables are all required to support up to 3A, but for 5A (20V*5A to get 100W) it requires the cable to support that and the emarker chip to indicate that to both devices.
Do you plan to include separate 5A capable cables with your higher power Omnia chargers?
Do all or most of your USB-C to C cables support 5A charging? Looking through the website, I see a lot of references to 60W on your current cables, and no mention of 5A capabilities, so I assume that is a no.
If not, how can the end user distinguish between them, with no special equipment? Do they have a different product label or other distinguishing characteristics?
I’m very glad to have USB-C with it’s standardized and more durable connector. But the number of options I can have in any given cable are starting to proliferate - USB 2, 3.1 Gen 1, Gen 2, and each of those with the option to support 3A or 5A charging rates. I would guess that none of my current cables support 5A charging, but once I have some that do keeping track of the differences is going to get challenging.