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1-18 USB3.1/M TO USB3.1/M 3.0 Cable

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  • País/Región: Taiwán
  • Ciudad: Keelung
  • Persona de Contacto: Mr. Andy Hsieh
  • Tel: 886-2-24371118
  • Fax: 886-2-24376885
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1-18 USB3.1/M TO USB3.1/M 3.0 Cable

Categoría de producto Cables del USB,Alambres, cable Assemblies/n.e.s. de los cables y.,Computadora Cables/n.e.s.
Método de Venta Exportación,Fabricación,OEM/ODM
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los atributos del producto:

  • Taiwán
  • USB3.1/M TO USB3.1/M 3.0 Cable
  • Quality system meets ISO 9002 standard
  • 09/08/2020

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USB 3.1 CABLE - USB3.1/M TO USB3.1/M 3.0 Cable OEM / ODM

King-Lai was established in 1994, was approved by ISO-9001. Our president worked in JST Taiwan branch before, and has the experience in connector, cable assembly industry for about 20 years. We established the 1st factory in Shenzhen China in 2000, especially in producing molding cable. and established the 2nd factory in Shenzhen in 2008, especially in producing wire harness, cable assembly. Our factory in Taiwan has about 40 employees , especially in producing wire harness, accept OEM order. Small order is also accepted.

USB, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB 3.1, USB 3.2

Originally released in 1996, the USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard is the older of the two connection types, created by a group of companies including IBM, Microsoft, Intel, and others, and maintained by the USB Implementers Forum.

The aim of USB was to create a standard that would work across multiple different devices, unifying the myriad of technologies down to one, as the name suggests. Cables would use a specific type of connector and the wires within a cable in a specific prescribed way, and that would be largely the same across the board, with relatively few exceptions.

This reliance on a small selection of robust connectors meant it was easier for users to manage multiple devices, without having to worry about running out of ports, struggling to find the right port on their computer, or even having to find the right cable. For the most part, this involved a connector known as USB Type-A being plugged into computers, which we will discuss later.

USB also enabled power to be provided to the device at the same time as power, which helped cut down on the number of cables a user needed to manage in their setup.

USB started with a data rate of 1.5Mb/s and 12Mb/s In "Low Speed" and "Full Speed" variants, rates which were blisteringly fast at the time of its release, though the "Full Speed" version technically arrived as part of USB 1.1. However, subsequent updates increased the transfer speeds to match the needs of consumers and enterprise users.

In 2001, USB 2.0 was released with a third tier of speed dubbed "High Speed," which boosted the bandwidth up to 480Mb/s, 40 times the speed of USB 1.1's implementation.

Crucially for users, USB 2.0 connections were backward compatible with USB 1 variants, which allowed devices using the two different standards to continue communicating, albeit at the lower data rate. The concept of keeping the connection backward compatible with earlier iterations was kept up in subsequent releases, which makes it far easier for computer users to connect hardware up without as much of a worry about it not being compatible.






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Micro Cable, Cables, Usb Cable, USB 3.0 Cable, Cable Assemblies, Usb Cables, Micro Cables, Cable, Wires, Machinery Parts
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