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USB cable - USB-C (M) to USB Type A (M) - USB 3.1 - 3.3 ft - molded - black
USB cable - USB-C (M) to USB Type A (M) - USB 3.1 - 3.3 ft - molded - black
Part Number: 16594603
Manufacturer: Manhattan Computer Products
Manufacturer PN: 353373
UNSPSC: 26121604
Category: USB Cables
Manhattan SuperSpeed USB Type-C Cables easily connect USB type-A peripherals and accessories with type-C device ports. Ideal for use with any USB type-A, plug-and-play devices. Manhattan SuperSpeed USB Type-C Cables support data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps on Windows and Mac systems for fast, reliable transmissions and current up to 3 amps. Nickel-plated contacts, shielding and fully molded boots with strain relief help provide dependable connections, maximum conductivity and minimal data loss with reduced EMI interference.

 

Key Selling Points

  • USB type-C male to type-A male
  • Connects a USB 3.0 or 2.0 type-A device to a SuperSpeed+ type-C port
  • Supports speeds of up to 10 Gbps
  • Supports current of up to 3.0 A
  • SuperSpeed USB for ultra-fast data transfer rates with zero data degradation

Main Specifications

Product Description: Manhattan USB-C cable - 3.3 ft
Type: USB-C cable
Technology: Shielded
Features: Molded
Length: 3.3 ft
Connector: USB-C - male
Connector (Second End): 9 pin USB Type A - male
Compliant Standards: USB / USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 / USB 3.1
Color: Black
Manufacturer Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

General

Type: USB-C cable
Technology: Shielded
American Wire Gauge (AWG): 30
Plated Connector: Nickel
Features: Molded
Length: 3.3 ft
Color: Black

Connectivity

Connector: USB-C - male
Connector (Second End): 9 pin USB Type A - male

Miscellaneous

Compliant Standards: USB / USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 / USB 3.1, UL 2725

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support: Limited lifetime warranty
 
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