USB-A to Mini-B Cable (6 ft)

14080

5.95 USD
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A good-quality, locally made USB-A to Mini-B cable, as usually needed for the TTLyFTDI and Freeduino


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This USB-A to Mini-B cable is manufactured for us by a local cable manufacturer. Of course, there are less expensive imports, but these units are well built. We've had too many projects be hard to diagnose due to poor quality USB connections.

Specifications:

  • USB-A (the common PC rectangle connector) to MINI-B (5-pin small rectangle)
  • 1.8M (6') long
  • USB 2.0 certified

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