USB Version 3.1 – a crucial turning point for industrial applications?

Universal Serial Bus (USB) has a strong foothold in consumer electronics, but has yet to prove itself in industrial applications. Electronic component manufacturers predict a significant increase in the future and see the introduction of the USB 3.1 standard as a turning point, if certain quality standards of the components are met.

By Nicolas Prou, Würth Elektronik eiSos


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