I just received the CAC-1336. I can’t get anything out of it. The OS (Linux, Mac OS, Windows) doesn’t detect a monitor connection.
The adapter does get slightly warm but that’s all.
Using a USB power tester, The 5V input to the micro USB port is only using 0.17A instead of the 1.5A suggested by the product description.
The USB power tester is not getting any power from the USB-C output of the adapter. I also tried a optical mouse but it doesn’t light up.
How much power is the power input supposed to take when no USB-C display is connected?
Does the USB-C output provide 5V? With or without something connected to it?
Anyone with a CAC-1336 able to measure these? I use the Power-Z KT001 from chargerlab.com. If you can measure 5V from the output or get an optical mouse to light up when connected to the output then it would mean I have a dud.
Does the CAC-1336 pass the USB 2.0 data signals to the USB-C port from the micro USB port? The CAC-1332 did. I would be disappointed if the CAC-1336 did not – what’s the point of a USB-C port if it doesn’t pass USB data to allow the USB functions of a display to work (audio, camera, brightness control, USB ports, …) ?
I don’t have any HDMI 2.1 sources but I believe the CAC-1336 should work with any HDMI source?
Actually, I do have a CAC-1085 which is supposed to supper HDMI 2.1 output. I know it works (at least for the HDMI 2.0 displays that I have). Anyone able to test a CAC-1336 or CAC-1335 connected to the output of a CAC-1085?
Anyone able to connect a CAC-1567 to the output of a CAC-1336?