Cables Lightning, Micro USB, USB-C
We offer a wide selection of USB cables Lightning, Micro USB, USB-C with USB connectors are the most used data cables.
The Lightning cable is a digital computer bus, used by Apple to connect the company's mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod) to a host computer, external monitor, camera, charger, etc. The Lightning cable is much more compact than its predecessor, its advantages also include the ability insert it into the device from both sides.
Micro USB cable
Among the most common is the micro USB cable, which is now found in all phones, tablets and small computer electronics. The USB cable allows you to charge the phone after connecting it to a computer directly directly from the computer's USB port with a speed of up to 480Mbp / s.
The USB-C cable enables synchronization and data transfer at speeds of up to 0.48 Gbit / s, and is suitable for all mobile phones and devices with a USB-C port. cable for fast charging, charging current up to 3A. Allows synchronization and data transfer. Suitable for all mobile phones and devices with USB-C port.
The USB terminal versions of these cables are different.
In USB 1.1, there are slow-speed (Low-Speed) devices with a transfer rate of 1.5 Mbit / s (187.5 kB / s) and fast devices (Full-Speed) with a transfer rate of 12 Mbit / s (1.5 MB / s). ).
This new version, known as USB 2.0, came in 2000 and offered a maximum speed of 480 Mbit / s (60 MB / s) in Hi-Speed mode, but retained backward compatibility with USB 1.1 (Low-Speed and Full-Speed modes) .
USB 3.1 generation 1
USB 3.1 has more than ten times the speed, the transfer speed is 5 Gbit / s (671 MB / s). The new technology has 9 wires instead of the original 4 (data wires are already 4), yet it supports USB 2.0 and promises possible lower power consumption (thanks to Power management). This makes it possible to use any combination of devices and USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 ports.
USB 3.1 generation 2
Version 3.1, also known as USB SuperSpeed + 3.1, was introduced on July 31, 2013. The main feature announced was backward compatibility and a planned speed of 10 Gb / s, which rivals the competing Thunderbolt's first version.
USB-C (USB Type-C)
The new connector will not only have a data throughput of 10 Gb / s, but can also be used for power supply. The maximum is 5 A at 20 V, ie 100 W (compared to the older version, it is up to 40 times more), which will be sufficient to power most laptops. This connector is compatible with: Linux, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, OS X, Android 6 and Chrome OS. USB type C has the same connector on both sides consisting of 24 contacts (12 top, 12 bottom). Thanks to the already mentioned attractions, USB-C will be used in almost all devices.