The USB-C-Switch gives engineers advanced control of USB connections in testing and development applications. The USB-C-Switch consists of several layers of internal switches to achieve the 4:1 selector and USB line control functionality. Without any hub or other directional intermediary devices, the USB-C-Switch can behave “like a cable” to connected devices. USB2, USB3, power, CC, Vconn, and SBU, are passed through the USB-C-Switch between the common-port and the selected mux port. Data link, power negotiations and power between USB devices are provided by the attached devices themselves, allowing the USB-C-Switch to be used bidirectionally in either a 1:4 or 4:1 configuration.

To get up to speed with the USB-C-Switch and quickly learn about its functionality follow the quick start guide. Have a look at the basic example or dive into the functionality of the USB-C-Switch for a more in depth view.