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USB Board Interconnects and Cable Assemblies

Samtec's USB systems feature both board level connectors and rugged overmold cables.

FEATURES

  • USB and Mini USB
  • Various orientations, types, terminations
  • Rugged options available
  • Rugged overmold cables with various end options
  • 2.0 version available
  • High-cycles

SERIES

USB-A

USB 2.0 Interface, Type A

Features
  • Available in black or white insulators
  • Available in standard or high-retention
  • Available with though-hole or surface mount tails
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
  • Dual stack jack available
USB 2.0 Interface, Type A

USB-AM

USB 2.0 Interface, Male PCB Mount

Features
  • Available in black or white insulators
  • Available with though-hole or surface mount tails
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
  • Low profile right-angle design
USB 2.0 Interface, Male PCB Mount

USB-B

USB 2.0 Interface, Type B

Features
  • Available in black or white insulators
  • Available in standard or high-retention
  • Available with though-hole or surface mount tails
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
USB 2.0 Interface, Type B

USBR-A

High-Retention USB 2.0 Interface, Type A

Features
  • High-retention A type interface
  • Minimum 15 N withdrawal force
  • Right-angle through-hole or offset surface mount terminations available
  • Single or double shell type
  • Upright through-hole termination for space saving applications
High-Retention USB 2.0 Interface, Type A

USBR-B

High-Retention USB 2.0 Interface, Type B

Features
  • High-retention B type interface
  • Minimum 15 N withdrawal force
  • Single shell type
  • Vertical and right-angle orientations
High-Retention USB 2.0 Interface, Type B

MUSB

Mini USB 2.0 Interface

Features
  • Available in standard or high-retention
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
  • Mini USB 2.0 jacks
  • Type A, AB, and B available
Mini USB 2.0 Interface

SPM

IP68 Sealed Mini USB Port

Features
  • IP68 rated
  • Sealed Mini USB Port
  • Through-hole and right-angle
IP68 Sealed Mini USB Port

MUSBS

IP68 Sealed Mini USB Port

Features
  • Cost saving flash gold plating available
  • Sealed Mini USB 2.0
  • Type B
IP68 Sealed Mini USB Port

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