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NEW PRODUCTS – USB Type A Breakout Cables with Premium Female Jumpers – 30cm long

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NEW PRODUCTS – USB Type A Breakout Cables with Premium Female Jumpers – 30cm long


We’ve got these with male plugs and female jacks!

First up, the Plug Breakout Cable!

If you’d like to connect a USB-host-capable chip to your USB peripheral, this cable will make the task very simple. There is no converter chip in this cable! It’s basically a plain USB cable that’s cut in half and with jumper sockets on the power and data lines. Simple to use, does the job when you have something that exposes the D+/D- pins.

  • Red wire connects to 5V power (to the USB device)
  • Black wire connects to common data/power ground
  • White connects to D+ data positive
  • Green connects to D- data negative

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4449 detail connector ORIG 2020 01

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Remember, this has no USB-Serial converter inside it! It’s for direct connection to a USB interface, only.

We also have the USB A plug version here.

More about it below!


If you’d like to connect a USB-capable chip to your USB host, this cable will make the task very simple. There is no converter chip in this cable! Its basically a plain USB cable that’s cut in half and with jumper sockets on the power and data lines. Simple to use, does the job when you have something that exposes the D+/D- pins.

  • Red wire connects to 5V power (from USB host)
  • Black wire connects to common data/power ground
  • White connects to D+ data positive
  • Green connects to D- data negative

4448 detail connector ORIG 2020 01

Remember, this has no USB-Serial converter inside it! It’s for direct connection to a USB interface, only.

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In stock and shipping now!


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