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USB 2.0 A to Micro-B Cable (M/M), 3 ft.

Model Number: U050-003


  • Next Generation USB Digital Device Connector
  • Provides both Data and Power transfers
  • USB 2.0 480Mbps Transfer rates
  • Standard "A" Male to Micro-B Male

Overview

Micro-USB is the next generation of USB connector that will be found on Cell Phones, PDA's, USB On-the-Go ( OTG ) devices, Digital Cameras, and more. Smaller and more durable ( 10,000 insertion cycles ) than the existing mini-B connectors, the Micro-USB will also handle Power transfers, as well as Data. The USB Implementers Forum ( USB-IF ) has designed the Micro-USB to eliminate many of the proprietary Mini connectors found on different manufacturers digital devices, and it will be the standard USB connection on phones from the major cell phone manufacturers. USB 2.0 rated cable handles 480Mbps data transfer rates.

Features

  • USB A Male to Micro-B Male
  • Available in 3ft and 6ft lengths
  • 480Mbps USB 2.0 Data Transfer Rates
  • Data and Power transference

System Requirements

Digital devices that use the USB Micro-B Female socket

Package Includes

3 ft. USB 2.0 A-Male to Micro-B Male

RoHS compliant

Specifications

OVERVIEW
UPC Code037332147974
INPUT
Cable Length (ft.)3
PHYSICAL
ColorBlack
Shipping Dimensions (hwd / in.)9.00 x 7.00 x 0.50
Shipping Weight (lbs.)0.08
CONNECTIONS
Side A - Connector 1USB A (MALE)
Side B - Connector 1MICRO-USB B (MALE)
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
TechnologyUSB 2.0 (High Speed); USB
WARRANTY
Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)Lifetime limited warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

Most mobile devices use USB cables to recharge their batteries. A USB 2.0 cable can provide up to 2.5 watts of power, sufficient to charge a phone or tablet. The new USB Power Delivery specification can provide up to 100 watts and it’s bi-directional, so a device can send or receive power. So, assuming a laptop requires a 60 watts charge, it could mean the end of bulky power adapters and proprietary charging cables. This available wattage will depend on the hardware and on the capabilities of the cable selected.
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.

Additional FAQs may be available on the U050003 model support page.

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