L-com's flexible, rotating USB 2.0 cables offer versatility in small spaces
L-com launched its new USB 2.0 Cables with rotating USB connectors on one end.
L-com, Inc (North Andover, MA, USA), a global leader in the manufacture of wired and wireless connectivity products, launched its new USB 2.0 Cables with rotating USB connectors on one end.
These handy cables feature a dual-ratcheting design that allows the user to hold the cable in any desired position, especially beneficial in applications in confined spaces. The compact, flexible design makes the connectors ideal for travelers and others who have limited space for operating USB-powered devices.
"One of the down sides of USB-molded cables is their inability to flex in tight situations," said L-com Product Manager Steve Smith. "We already had flexible adapters, but we wanted to offer a solution that would remedy this specific situation. These new cables will provide our customers with an easy fix."
The complete line includes the following configurations:
a.. Flexible USB Type A Male to USB A Female
b.. Flexible USB Type A Male to USB B Male
c.. Flexible USB Type A Male to USB Mini B5 Male
d.. Flexible USB Mini B5 Male to USB A Male
All cables are USB 2.0-compliant and black in color.
L-com, a global leader in the manufacture of wired and wireless connectivity products, offers a wide range of solutions and unmatched customer service for the electronics and data communications industries. The company's product portfolio includes cable assemblies, connectors, adapters, computer networking components, and custom products, as well as their Hyperlink line of wireless products which include Antennas, RF Amplifiers, Coaxial lightning and surge protectors, and NEMA rated enclosures. L-com's HyperLink wireless products are designed for WiFi, WiMAX, SCADA, 802.11a/b/g/n, RFID and Bluetooth applications. Trusted for over 25 years, L-com, which is headquartered in North Andover, MA, is ISO 9001: 2008 certified and many of its products are UL recognized.
-- Posted by Vision Systems Design