Tripp Lite
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Chicago, IL 60609
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USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Port Liberator (USB A to 5-Pin Mini B) Adapter Cable with 500mA Charging port, 6-in.

Part Number:  U030-06N-HUB

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Tripp Lite's 6 in. USB 2.0 port liberator allows connection of a cell/smartphone to your notebook/laptop computer for charging and syncing while creating a second port for other peripheral connections, such as a printer, external mouse, etc. Plug the U030-06N-HUB into your notebook's USB port and your 5-pin, Mini-B phone port into the Mini-B Male pigtail cable. A second female "A" port is now created for attaching other USB peripherals, such as a printer, USB external mouse, etc. ( note: will not charge iPad or other tablets and devices that require 2.5 Amps or higher ).


  • 6 in. USB A Male to 5-pin Mini-B Male, with female "A" hub port
  • Allows charging/syncing of cell / smartphones
  • 480mbps data pass-through
  • 500mA on charging port

System Requirements

  • Computer with USB 2.0 port

Package Includes

  • USB 2.0 Port Liberator Cable - 5 pin mini-B With Built-in Charging Hub - 6in
RoHS compliant


UPC Code037332173270
TechnologyUSB 2.0 (High Speed)
Output Amp Capacity0.5
ColorGray; White
Shipping Dimensions (hwd / in.)0.25 x 3.00 x 4.00
Shipping Weight (lbs.)0.04
Number of Ports1
Side A - Connector 1USB A (MALE)
Side B - Connector 1USB MINI-B 5-PIN (MALE)
Side B - Connector 2USB A (FEMALE)
Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)Lifetime limited warranty

Questions & Answers

American Wire Gauge (AWG) is a US standard set of wire gauges or diameters. The higher the gauge number, the thinner the wire. Since thicker wire has less electrical resistance, it can carry more current. For networking or digital signage applications with longer runs, use 24 AWG cabling. AWG is also used to describe USB data/charging cables used with smartphones and other mobile devices. Thicker cables can carry more current and potentially charge a device faster. The gauge of USB cables have two numbers (e.g. 28/28 AWG). The first number refers to the gauge of the data wires and the second describes the gauge of the power wires. A USB cable that is 28/24 AWG has thicker charging wires and can carry more current.
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