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NEW PRODUCT – USB cable – 8 A to Mini B and Micro B

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NEW PRODUCT – USB cable – 8 A to Mini B and Micro B. Mini or Micro? Mini or Micro??? Mini AND Micro! This is a handy USB cable, it’s compact so you can toss it into your toolkit, and has both Mini-B and Micro-B connector. Now you can hook up your FTDI friend/Teensy/LiPo Charger/Flora or a Arduino Micro/Leonardo/Raspberry Pi using the same cable, sweet!

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Approximately 8″ long from end to end, its a little more compact than our classic 3′ long cable

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This cable does not contain a hub, so you can only connect one USB device at a time (to either end).

  • Length: 8.5″
  • Weight: 12g

In stock and shipping now!


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1 Comment

  1. I understand that as it doesn’t have a hub included it can’t transfer data to/from two devices at a time, but could you still power two devices simultaneously (assuming the USB end is attached to a sufficient supply)?

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