Test / view: energy meter / voltmeter Satechi USB – C ST – TM


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Regardless of the electronic device, it is important to check the cables to see the quality of the electricity: stability, voltage, amperage: Tip: How to measure the intensity of the charge current or How to check the quality of a USB cable

However, for large cables, it is relatively easy with a classic voltmeter to check the voltage and voltage.

For a USB cable, it is slightly more difficult, these are small cables and plug / USB tip is not designed to insert something other than its USB compatible partner.

For all what is USB type A or B, I had previously already tested 2 voltmeters: voltmeter usb doctor usb detector and the voltmeter built into a micro-usb cable.

The concerns of these, is that they are limited to maximum 10V. USB in General, it is the 5V, so voltmeters have a good margin.

On the other hand, lately, there is the USB type C, but this one can go up to 20 V!

So it took a new dedicated voltmeter to support the 20V, and I found one: the Satechi ST-TMPC Power Meter

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This little gadget can indicate 4 data: voltage, amperage, mAh and the direction of electricity!

It's easy to use: you plug the cable on one side, and on the other, you plug into the device.

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In short, it's really not rocket science!

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This allows you to check the quality of your cables, your device or even your source! Enough to detect your energy problems or energy transport!

How to use it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9jzfetno06nm4jn/Power%20Meter%20.pdf?dl=0%20%3Cbr%3E%20

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