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New Power-Only USB Type C Receptacle Delivers Power up to 100 W

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — December 1, 2020 — CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group today announced the latest addition to their line of power-only USB Type C connectors. The UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR is an 8-pin USB Type C receptacle boasting the full 100 W of power delivery supported by USB Type C with its 5 A current rating and 20 Vdc voltage rating. The previously released UJC-HP-3-SMT-TR was a 6-pin, 60 W version with 3 A and 20 Vdc ratings, respectively. By removing the data transfer pins, this USB Type C receptacle is a more cost-effective solution for designs where charging or power is the sole function.

The UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR is housed in a surface mount package, while featuring high reliability up to 10,000 mating cycles, an operating temperature range from -25 to 85°C, and reflow solder compatibility. This power-only USB Type C receptacle can also mate with any standard USB Type C plug, further adding to its accessibility and simplified design integration.

The UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR is available immediately with prices starting at $0.79 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing. (

Product name: UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR
Availability: Stock to 6 weeks
Possible users: Charging or power-only applications
Primary features: 100 W power-only USB Type C receptacle, compatible with any USB Type C plug
Cost: $0.79 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution

View details for the UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR series (

About CUI Devices
CUI Devices is a technology company focused on the development, manufacturing, and distribution of electronic components for a broad base of market segments. In operation as CUI Inc since 1989, CUI Devices has built customer and partner relationships and value by focusing on making the design engineer’s job easier and more successful through best-in-class online experiences, technical support, and customer service. In September 2019, CUI Devices announced a partial buy-out of CUI Inc’s operations, purchasing the Interconnect, Audio, Thermal Management, Motion, Sensor, and Switches lines. As a stand-alone entity, CUI Devices will continue to invest in the future through new technologies, talented employees, expanded manufacturing capabilities, and a growing global reach. To learn more, visit

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