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1ft USB 2.0 A Male to Micro-USB B Male Cable (0.3m)

#27423

Product Features

Connect and charge or transfer data between a portable USB device and a micro-USB port on a computer or other USB device
• Use to charge and sync many cell phones
• Perfect replacement or spare cable
• Available in lengths up to 3m
(1) USB-A Male
(1) USB Micro-B Male

Product Description

Connect to cellphones, GPS systems, PDAs, and digital cameras by using the micro-USB connection on your computer or other USB device. The micro-USB connector is smaller and thinner than the previous USB Mini-b standard while offering better performance. Its small form factor is ideal for today's compact portable devices while easily transferring data or charging your device at a transfer speed up to 480 Mbps. This cable is compliant with USB 2.0 specifications.

Learn about the new USB 3.1 Specification and new USB Type-C Connector, or learn how the technology in this product offers features that are similar to the USB 3.1 specification but can be used with USB devices today.
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Product Specifications

Color : Black
Length : 1.00 Foot
Jacket Rating : Standard Non-Rated
UPC : 757120274230
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 0.048 LB

System Requirements

• Device requires a USB Micro-B or USB Micro-A female port.
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What is the wire gauge of the internal wires? 26, 28, or? Does it have any type of isolation or shield? What is the max current rating? Thanks!

Asked by: Omar
The internal wires are 28AWG for data and 24AWG for power. It has an over all foil and a braid shield over the 4 conductors.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

Based on the other answers: With a cable of 24 AWG for power wires and 2.1Amps for current capacity and the given length of 3.2Ftx2, the equates to a voltage drop of around .35 V or close to 8% of the standard 5V lost in transmission when charging. (ye...

Based on the other answers: With a cable of 24 AWG for power wires and 2.1Amps for current capacity and the given length of 3.2Ftx2, the equates to a voltage drop of around .35 V or close to 8% of the standard 5V lost in transmission when charging. (yes I have a Scosche revolt dual USB that puts out 2.1A @ 5V on BOTH USB ports) Do you have a larger diameter/gauge power charging cable available? 20AWG would be nice or 18AWG for a Longer cable! Jestre
Asked by: Jestre
Unfortunately, we do not have a thicker wire gauge USB micro-USB cable.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

What is the cable diameter?

Asked by: Patrick
The cable diameter is 4.7mm
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05

What are the difference between #27361 and #27364? Best wishes, John

Asked by: Anonymous
27361 USB A male to micro A male and 27364 is USB A male to micro b male
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-05

Does it fit the characteristic impedance criteria of USB-IF USB 2.0 spec limit? Whether it could be used for USB compliance validation?

Asked by: Anonymous
Product 27364 does carry the criteria of USB-IF 2.0
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-05

Does this cable have a ferrite core attached? Looking for something to plug into a 2.4 amp car charger for my Nexus 5.

Asked by: Anonymous
Product 27423 does not have a ferrite attached.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2017-10-05

Is this cable compatible with the Dell Venue Pro 11 7140 charger? If so, does the length of the cable impact the charging capabilities? The device came with a 1m cable.

Asked by: Anonymous
This cable will operate to all standard Micro B functions. However I recommend contacting the Manufacturer of any device to make sure it does not fall out of their limitations.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-05

Will this cable charge at 2 amps for my Note 2? Most do not, not sure why.

Asked by: Mark
The cable could handle 2 Amps. But the more important question is does the USB charger that you are connecting the cable to support the 2.1A.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05
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