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By Pankaj Mirchandani - PPS stands for "Programmable Power Supply" and it's a way for your phone, tablet, or other device to charge quickly and safely.
When you plug your device into a charger, it needs a certain amount of power to charge. But sometimes, chargers can give too much or too little power, which can make your device charge too slowly or even damage it. PPS helps make sure your device gets the perfect amount of power.
One way PPS does this is by using something called "power delivery," or PD for short. PD is a way for the charger to talk to your device and figure out how much power it needs. So, if your device is almost fully charged, the charger will send less power, but if it's almost dead, it will send more power. PPS & PD work will always be used in conjunction with a Type-C port.
Some PPS chargers uses a new material called GaN Charging technology. GaN stands for Gallium Nitride, and it's a special material that helps make the charger smaller and more efficient. This means that the charger can charge your device faster and use less energy & is very compact in size. Checkout UltraProlink’s range of GaN based chargers which also offer the PPS protocol.
Samsung is one of the companies that use PPS charging protocol in their devices. This means that when you use a Samsung charger with a Samsung device, it will charge quickly and safely thanks to PPS. Samsung loves PPS as Voltage & Current adjusted as per demand of Phone’s battery which is great for Extending Battery Life. Lastly Less Heat is Generated as it Goes upto a max of 45W
So, when you plug your device into a charger and it charges quickly, that's because of PPS. It makes sure your device gets the perfect amount of power, so you can use it again soon.
At its core, PPS Charging involves a friendly conversation between your device and the charger, ensuring they're on the same page about how much power should be delivered. Here's a simple breakdown of how this process works:
Negotiation with USB C Cables: When you plug your device into a PPS-compatible charger using a USB C cable, the magic begins. Your device and the charger start a quick negotiation. Your device tells the charger what it needs, and the charger responds by providing the precise voltage and current required for efficient charging.
Dynamic Adjustments for Efficient Charging: As your device charges, PPS technology doesn't just sit back and relax—it's actively monitoring. If your device's power needs change during the charging process, the charger adjusts on the fly. This dynamic approach ensures that your device gets the fastest and most efficient charge possible, without overloading it.
Optimized Charging for USB C Ports: PPS Charging isn't just about speed; it's also about safety. The technology minimizes risks like overcharging and overheating that can occur with older charging methods. With PPS Charging, your device's battery gets the care it deserves, promoting a longer and healthier life.
Now, let's talk about the exciting part—devices that support PPS Charging. If you're into the latest gadgets and technology, you'll be thrilled to know that PPS Charging is becoming increasingly popular among leading device manufacturers.
Smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other portable gadgets with USB C ports are stepping up their game by integrating PPS compatibility. If your device supports USB Power Delivery (USB PD), chances are it also supports PPS Charging. USB PD is a charging standard that includes PPS technology, bringing a new level of efficiency to the charging game.
USB-C PD is a game-changer supported by select iOS/Apple® and Android™/Google™/Samsung® devices, unleashing higher levels of power compared to standard charging methods.The synergy between USB-C PD and PPS protocols is particularly noteworthy. While USB-C PD focuses on delivering high power levels, PPS steps in to dynamically negotiate non-standard currents and voltages between your device and the charger. It's like having a dynamic duo, ensuring that your device receives the precise power it needs for optimal and efficient charging.
Whether you're using a Qualcomm Quick Charge-enabled device or a gadget with a USB C port, PPS Charging is the technology that takes your charging experience to the next level. Dual port USB C chargers are also on the rise, allowing you to fast charge multiple devices simultaneously.
Among the notable devices on the list are Samsung's Galaxy® series including the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23, S23+, Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22, S22+, S21 Ultra/ S21/ 21+/ S20 Ultra,Galaxy S20/ S20+/ S20 FE, Note 20/ 20+/ 10+/ 10+ 5G/ S10 5G, Note 10/ 9/ 8,Galaxy Tab S7/S7+/S8/S8+/S8 Ultra,Z Fold 4/ Z Flip 4, Galaxy A91, Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G. These flagship smartphones are not only equipped with PPS Charging but also complemented by USB-C PD support, ensuring a fast and efficient charging experience.
So, if you find yourself owning any of the mentioned Samsung devices or other laptops with PPS support, you're in for a treat. Your charging experience is about to become faster, more efficient, and tailored to the unique power needs of your device. Say goodbye to the hassle of carrying heavy laptop power cables, and embrace the convenience of PPS Charging and USB-C PD – the power duo that's reshaping how we power up our devices.
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