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Tripp Lites UR020-003, 3ft USB 2.0, Male-to-Male, Universal / Reversible cable, allows plugging into a device in any direction. USB Male-to-Male cable is not a standard USB cable configuration, and is only used in rare instances where a peripheral or patch bay employs a USB A-Female connection, in place of USB B-type port.
Note: This cable will not work as a PC-PC connection. File sharing between computers requires special, software-driven file transfer cables, such as Tripp Lite U233-006-PP-R, or U233-006-MP-R
Environmental Certification: RoHS
Country of Origin: China
|Manufacturer Part Number||UR020-003|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.tripplite.com|
|Brand Name||Tripp Lite|
|Product Name||UR020-003 Universal Reversible USB 2.0 A-Male to A-Male Cable - 3ft|
Easily connect USB devices without fumbling with the connector. Universal Reversible USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Cable includes connectors that work in either direction so you don't have to look to see which is right side-up anymore. Transfer rate is 480Mbps. It is backward-compatible with previous generations. Gold contacts and molded ends provide a lifetime of use. System requirements include a computer with a USB A-Female port and a USB device or Patch port with USB A-Female Port. This 3' cable will not work as a PC-to-PC connection. This USB Male-to-Male cable is not a standard USB cable configuration, and is only used in rare instances where a peripheral or patch bay employs a USB A-Female connection in place of USB B-type port.2.
|Product Type||Data Transfer Cable|
|Cable Length||3 ft|
|Connector on First End||1 x 4-pin Type A Male USB 2.0 USB|
|Connector on Second End||1 x 4-pin Type A Male USB 2.0 USB|
|Connector Plating||Gold-plated Contacts|
|ProductTitle||Tripp Lite 3ft USB 2.0 High Speed Reversible Connector Cable Universal M/M - (Reversible A to Reversible A M/M) 3-ft.|
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, December 11, 2016.