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USB 2.0 A to B Leads

USB 2.0 A to B Leads

These leads are the most common type of connection for modern PC connections. They connect a wide range of different devices including printers and keyboards. With USB 2.0 data speeds up to 480Mbps, the leads are designed to allow full speed connections with error-free transmission. They will also work with older USB 1.1 and 1.0 equipment, guaranteeing the maximum performance of any USB device, regardless of the of the type.

USB 2.0 A to A Leads

USB 2.0 A to A Leads

With USB 2.0 data speeds up to 480Mbps, these leads are designed to allow full-speed connections with error-free transmission. They will also work with older USB 1.1 and 1.0 equipment, guaranteeing maximum performance of any USB device, regardless of the of the type.

USB2 A(M)-A(F)

USB2 A(M)-A(F)


USB extension leads for use where a short additional length is required for an existing cable. Please note that the maximum length allowed for a USB cable is 5m. If you require a longer length than this then a USB repeater must be used. With USB 2.0 data speeds up to 480Mbps, these leads are designed to allow full-speed connections with error-free transmission. They will also work with older USB 1.1 and 1.0 equipment.

USB 2.0 A to Mini B Leads

USB 2.0 A to Mini B Leads

These leads are the most common type of connection for connecting portable devices (digital cameras etc) to your PC. With USB 2.0 data speeds up to 480Mbps, these cables are designed to allow full-speed connections with error-free transmission. They will also work with older USB 1.1 and 1.0 equipment, guaranteeing the maximum performance of any USB device, regardless of the of the type.

USB 2.0 Active Extension

USB 2.0 Active Extension

This active USB extender is designed to allow cable runs over and above they usual 5m limit. Multiple leads may be connected up to a maximum of 3m, giving a maximum cable run of up to 20m (with three active and one standard lead). With USB 2.0 data speeds up to 480Mbps, these leads are designed to allow full-speed connections with error-free transmission. They will also work with older USB 1.1 and 1.0 equipment.

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