I'm doing a board layout that involves a GCT_USB4110-GF-A USB receptacle. I need to accurately place the receptacle on the board so that when a user plugs in a USB-C cable, the plastic part of the cable is flush with the outside of the case of my product.
I've had a look online and I haven't been able to find any information on the standard insertion depth for USB-C receptacles or plugs. Unfortunately there is no info on any datasheets I could find either.
All of the USB-C devices I own seem to have about 1.5-2.5mm of casing plastic between the plug and the outermost edge of the socket. I'm wondering is there a standard figure for this? How thick can the wall of the casing of my product be and how close to the outer edge must the receptacle be placed?