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Introducing New Angled USB 3.0 Type-A Cable Assemblies

by Stuart Berry July 04, 2017



Here's Breaking News on a new line of Angled USB 3.0 Type-A cable assemblies for applications that include data storage, video transfer and data acquisition.

L-com’s new USB 3.0 Type-A cable assemblies are available in four connector configurations: Type-A to left-angle Type-A, Type-A to right-angle Type-A, Type-A to left-angle Micro-B and Type-A to right-angle Micro-B. These cables feature 360-degree shield termination and deliver data transfer speeds of 4.8 Gbps to meet USB 3.0 requirements. They are fully shielded for optimal protection from EMI/RFI, and feature two twisted pair 30 AWG cables with an aluminum/poly foil shield and drain wire.

L-com's USB 3.0 Type-A right angle cable assemblies feature double shielding and robust cable jacketing to ensure reliable performance. These cables are ideal for high speed data transfer in tight spaces, for use with mobile devices, computer peripheral devices, gaming, diagnostic tooling, and medical and military aerospace applications.

All of these new cable assemblies are available off-the-shelf in 0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3 and 5 metre lengths.




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