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NEW PRODUCTS! Panel mount cables – B Male to B Female, A Male to A Female, Ethernet Extension Cable

NEW PRODUCTS! Panel mount cables – B Male to B Female, A Male to A Female, Ethernet Extension Cables!


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B Male to B Female – This handy USB extension cable will make it easy for you to enclose a device that has a B type port. We think this would be most handy when putting an Arduino in a box. The jack half has two mounting ‘ears’ with M3 screws installed, 1 inch / 25.4mm apart. Can be used with box walls 0.125″ to 0.25″ wide. If you have a thinner-walled box, simply swap out the M3 screws for shorter ones. Entire cable is 11.5″ long.

  • Panel mount USB type B socket with USB type B plug at cable end
  • 28 AWG data, 24 AWG power wires
  • 11.5″ long / 29 cm
  • Two M3 mounting screws, 1″ / 25.4mm apart

In stock and shipping now!


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A Male to A Female – This handy USB extension cable will make it easy for you to enclose a device that has a A type (USB host) port. We think this would be most handy when putting a Beagle Bone, Raspberry Pi or Mintyboost into a box. The jack half has two mounting ‘ears’ with M3 screws installed, 1.25″ inch / 29.5mm apart. The ears are flexible so the holes don’t have to drilled very precisely. Can be used with box walls up to 0.25″ wide. The screws can be put on from the back for ‘reverse’ mounting if the box thickness is a problem. Entire cable is 11.5″ long.

  • Panel mount USB type A socket with USB type A plug at cable end
  • 28 AWG data, 24 AWG power wires
  • 11.5″ long / 29 cm
  • Two M3 mounting screws, 1.15″ / 29.5mm apart

In stock and shipping now!


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Ethernet Extension Cable – This handy Ethernet extension cable will make it easy for you to enclose a device that has an Ethernet port. We think this would be most useful when putting a Beagle Bone, Raspberry Pi, Arduino Ethernet into a box.

The jack half has two mounting ‘ears’ with M3 screws installed, 1.125″ inch / 28.5mm apart. The ears are flexible so the holes don’t have to drilled very precisely. Can be used with box walls up to 0.25″ wide. The screws can be put on from the back for ‘reverse’ mounting if the box thickness is a problem. Entire cable is 11″ long.

  • Panel mount Ethernet 8P socket with Ethernet 8P plug at cable end. Straight-through extension
  • 24 AWG wires
  • 11″ long / 28 cm
  • Two M3 mounting screws, 1.125″ / 28.5mm apart

In stock and shipping now!


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3 Comments

  1. Adafruit always finds (and makes) the coolest products!

  2. Thank you, thank you thank you! I’ve been looking for something like these! I like mounting a USB hub in my projects, connected to the Arduino, as well as a USB stick containing the Arduino IDE and project source files. This should make that quite a bit easier.

  3. These would be useful for a water-resistant if not waterproof case.

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