Safe-IT USB 2.0 A to USB Mini-B Antibacterial Cable (M/M), White, 6 ft. (1.83 m)
At a Glance
Supports USB 2.0 speeds up to 480 Mbps to ensure efficient data transfers
Made with antibacterial material proven effective in inhibiting the growth of E. coli and staph
Foil and braid shielding protects against EMI/RFI noise that can distort or destroy data
Gold-plated connectors and contacts for maximum conductivity and minimum data loss
White jacket permits fast, easy identification in a crowded hub or computer
Durable USB-A to USB Mini-B Cable Transfers Important Data at USB 2.0 Speeds This USB cable (M/M) connects a digital camera, MP3 player, smartphone or other Mini-B peripheral with a 5-pin port to the USB-A port on your computer or laptop. It transfers data at USB 2.0 speeds up to 480 Mbps for use with low-speed and high-speed devices, including multimedia applications. The cable is also backward compatible with earlier USB generations.
Provides Extra Protection Against Certain Bacteria The molded connectors and PVC jacket are constructed using an antibacterial material that is 99.9% effective in inhibiting Escherichia coli (E. coli) and Staphylococcus aureus (staph). This added protection makes this cable an ideal solution for medical facilities, schools, businesses, restaurants/ kitchens and anywhere else that needs extra protection against bacteria.
Premium Construction for Superior Performance Manufactured with twisted 28 AWG data lines and 28 AWG power lines, the U030AB-003-WH also features molded gold-plated connectors and contacts that provide maximum conductivity and minimum data loss to guarantee a clear transmission free of interference. Integral strain relief gives the cable extra flexibility, reduces stress and helps the cable move freely without cracking or breaking loose from the connector.
White Jacket Helps Avoid Misidentification That Can Cause Costly Downtime The cable has a white PVC jacket, which is easy to identify quickly in a crowded computer or hub and helps prevent the cable from becoming accidentally disconnected.