New in the program and available from now are the USB built-in double charging sockets.
In addition to the familiar USB-A port, they also offer connection options for USB-C cables.

In the near future, the USB-C port will become standard and replace the classic USB port (TYPE-A) even in boats and camping vehicles.

Both share the USB name, but the differences become clear at first glance:
USB-C ports are significantly smaller and thus not compatible with classic USB cables.

And that is already the main problem on board, because the new port replaces the old one and classic USB cables  and sockets become unusable.

The remedy for the different cables of the manufacturers is the practical USB-A / USB-C dual charging sockets.

Connected devices are charged with 5V and 3.6A and are optionally available with or without blue LED.
The installation is very simple and so they can be perfectly and subsequently integrated on bord.
The attachment in the mounting hole with 28mm diameter is done by means of hexagonal lock nut.