NEW PRODUCT – USB Type-A Jack
This is just a standard USB-A jack. It’s a sturdy metal with 4 pins in the back and 2 small mounting tabs that make it easy to use in your next USB project
We use this USB-A jack for everything, really. With a little effort you can bend the side mounting tabs and solder the 4 data/power pins into a Perma Proto. Its not good for solderless breadboards, the pins are not very long.
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