June 6, 2013 AT 5:39 pm
NEW PRODUCTS – USB DIY Connector Shells – Type A Male Plug & Type Micro-B Plug
NEW PRODUCTS – USB DIY Connector Shells – Type A Male Plug & Type Micro-B Plug – Make your own USB connections without slicing apart a USB cable and soldering those thin wires inside. These DIY “USB shells” are available in USB A plug, micro B, mini B (coming soon) and USB A socket (coming soon).
Each shell comes with a two-part snap plastic shell and a proper connector with easy-to-solder tabs.
Technical Details: Type A Male Plug
Max Dimensions: 45.95mm / 1.8″ x 15.82mm / 0.62″ x 8.85mm / 0.34″
Technical Details: Type Micro-B Plug
Max Dimensions: 29.1mm / 1.14″ x 12.33mm / 0.48″ x 8.04mm / 0.31″
In stock and shipping now!
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