At LAVA we believe in leveraging the capabilities of existing resources and altering them to suit a wide range of applications. In doing so, we save both time and resources for ourselves, and for our customers. A great example of how LAVA applies this philosophy is through the development and modification of our Commercial off
In the previous article about OTG vs. SimulCharge we delved into what OTG and SimulCharge really mean and the differences between them. More specifically, how they allow a mobile device to interact with a peripheral, and how they determine which device is USB Host and which is Power Provider. A few days following the writing
As LAVA’s technical sales engineer, I frequently answer questions from customers about mobile devices and their specifications – usually regarding tablets. One such recurring question is: “Does OTG support indicate SimulCharge capability/compatibility?” The short answer is: No – a mobile device’s OTG capability does not indicate if the device is capable of supporting SimulCharge mode.
Introducing the new nLTS- 1U-OEM! This small form factor adapter is the latest addition to LAVA’s nLTS product family. Designed for plug and play applications with the Lenovo M8. The nLTS-1U-OEM is ideal for system integrators, VARs, and provides an easy SimulCharge solution wherever space comes at a premium. Discover the nLTS-1U-OEM at https://lavasimulcharge.com/nlts-1u-oem/ #LAVA
The nature of technology is constant evolution. During the late 2000’s and early 2010’s, Micro-USB was the dominant form of USB connectors in the mobile device industry. However, everything changed in 2014 with the invention of USB-C. With its sleeker design and advanced capabilities, USB-C instigated a major shift within the mobile device world and
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One of the realities of using lithium-ion batteries in our electronic devices is that we tend to overcharge them. Overcharging refers to the situation when a lithium-ion battery is charged beyond its maximum capacity while the device is still turned on. Lithium-Ion Batteries were designed to be periodically charged and discharged, and so leaving a