USB Connector
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Physical

Product Name

USB connector

Color - Resin

BLACK

Plating -

Gold flash, Soldertail:Tin

Material – Insulator

PBT UL94V-0

Material - Contact

Copper Alloy

Temperature Range - Operating

 -25°C to +85°C

 

 

Electrical

Current - Maximum

1.5 Amp

Voltage - Maximum

150V AC/DC

Contact resistance:

30m Ohm Max

Insulator resistance:

1000M ohm min.

Withstanding Voltage:

500V AC/Minute

 

 

 

 

Detail:

Product name

USB Connectors

Certification

ISO9001, ROHS and the latest REACH

L/T

7-10Days

Sample

Free of charge

Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ)

100~500 PCS

Delivery Terms

EX-Work

Payment Terms

Paypal , T/T in advance.
If the amount is more than 5000USD,we can do 30% deposit before production,70% before shipment.

Application:

All kinds of digital communication products, portable electronic products, home appliances, computer peripheral equipment, measuring instruments, automotive electronics, industrial control aerospace, led lighting, medical treatment and other fields

Service:

Support different service to different customers

 

 

 

 

Distinguishing Feature:

Understanding USB means knowing the difference between types and versions, and how these influence which connectors and cables you use.

In this guide, we:

· define some common USB-related terms

· explain the different types of USB connector, port and cable

· answer some FAQs around USB types and how they work.

TYPE

VERSION

The shape of the USB connector or port

Examples: USB Type-C, USB Type-B Micro

The technology that allows data to be transferred along a cable from one device to another

Examples: USB 2.0, USB 3.0

USB TYPES EXPLAINED

The term “USB type” can mean three different things:

The connectors at the end of a USB cable

The ports the cable is plugging into

The cable itself (and sometimes this will have two types in its name)

In the case of 1 and 2, the type describes the physical shape of the connectors or ports.

This cable would plug into two ports that have these shapes:

 

Although a cable has two differently shaped connectors, it takes the name of whichever connector is not USB Type-A. That’s because USB Type-A is the most commonly used USB port and connector so an alternative type is the most distinguishing feature.

For example, this cable would be considered a USB Type-C cable.

USB cable types are explained in more detail below.

TYPES OF USB CONNECTOR

USB connectors are sometimes referred to as “male” connectors, as they plug into a “female” port.

The different types of connector—shown by USB version—are as follows.

 

MINI CONNECTORS

USB Type-A Mini

· Developed to allow On-The-Go (OTG) peripheral devices such as smartphones and tablets to function as host devices for keyboards and mice

· Superseded by USB Type-B Mini and Type-B micro connectors

USB Type-B Mini

· Found on digital cameras, external hard drives, USB hubs and other equipment

· Used by USB 1.1 and 2.0

MICRO CONNECTORS

USB Type-A Micro

· Found on USB On-The-Go (OTG) devices such as smartphones and tablets

· Doesn’t have a dedicated port but instead fits into a special AB port which accommodates both USB Type-A Micro and USB Type-B Micro

· Mostly superseded by USB Type-B Micro

USB Type-B Micro

· Used by modern Android devices as their standard charging plug and port

 

 

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