The Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard is often designed into peripheral devices to allow them to connect to a computer, get power, or get external data. The standard is very stable, reasonably fast, and comes with features like being hot-swappable. USB cables are easy for anyone to obtain, and most people now recognize the connector type, so they will know what to do with it. For those... Read more...More Product Announcements from L-com, Inc.
L-com has introduced a new USB mounting option with its new UPMA-LEADS and UPMB-LEADS part numbers. These items use a side-flange to mount the USB jack, and provide 24" long wire leads for custom wiring through panels or enclosures. They feature 24 AWG UL 1007 style tinned-copper leads and 30 microinches gold plating on contacts. Read more...More Product Announcements from L-com, Inc.
Mechanically robust micro-USB connectors withstand post-solder reflow while preventing water ingression at IP67 level and safeguards costly application investments of mobile device makers and users. Read more...More Product Announcements from Heilind Electronics, Inc.
Keystone Electronics debuts New USB 3.1 Type C plugs and sockets delivering faster data transfer speeds, increased power transmission and smaller PCB footprints makes them ideal for use with future high tech devices as HD video, data and charging port without separate power adapters Read more...More Product Announcements from Keystone Electronics Corp.
Product Series -
1x1 port USB 3.1 type C PCB receptacle
Features & Benefits -
Available in top mount and middle mount types
Target Market -
Industrial Computing, Handheld Device, Portable Device, Automotive, Infotainment, Storage Read more...
Keystone's advanced Micro-USB plugs and sockets with up to 4.8Gbps data transfer speeds are now. These sockets reduced PCB footprints and support On-the Go (OTG) technology for mobile device connectivity without a host computer. Read more...More Product Announcements from Keystone Electronics Corp.