Kramer C-USB/CC-6 USB 2.0 USB-C Male to USB-C Male Cable - 6 Foot

ITEM #: KR-C-USB-CC-6 MFG #: 96-02357006

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    96-02357006 - Overview

    Kramer's C-USB/CC-6 cables connect USB-C enabled devices with standard USB-A, B and Micro B devices (laptops, hard drives, legacy printers, hubs, smartphones, tablets and cameras). C-USB/C cables offer a whole new level of connectivity to devices using the new USB Type-C connector.

    The symmetrical, low profile USB Type-C connector can be plugged in any direction, eliminating the frustration of getting the port insertion just right.

    • Features:

      • Quality Construction - High-quality shielded twisted pair (STP) construction, helps to prevent electromagnetic interference and ensures reliable data communication
      • Reversible USB Type-C Connector
      • Max. Data Rate - 480Mbps
      • Current Rating - 3A and 5A
      • PC, Mac & Mobile Compatible
      • Plug and Play - For printers, scanners, keyboards and other digital devices
      • Backward Compatibility - USB specifications 1.0 and 1.1
      • Molded Strain Relief - On the USB A, B & Micro B ends
      • RoHS Compliant
    • Specifications:

      • Electrical
      • Type: USB 2.0
      • Max. Data RATE: 480Mbps
      • Power Rating: 100W max

      • Connector A: USB Type-C male
      • Connector B: C-USB/CC - USB Type-C male
      • Connector Plating: Nickel
      • Conductors: 28AWG
      • Cable Shield Type: Aluminum-Mylar foil with braid
      • Overall Sheath Diameter: 4.0mm
      • Outer Sheath Color: White

        Standards Compliance
      • Regulatory: RoHS 2011/65/EU
    • Warranty:

      • Lifetime Warranty
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    96-02357006 - Required Accessories

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