Micro USB Dip Converter:
5PIN FEMALE CONNECTOR B TYPE 5PIN FEMALE CONNECTOR B TYPE PCB Converter Adapter 2.54mm.
5pin Female Connector B Type USB2.0 Female PCB Converter.
if you are careful or you could just use the two holes in the adaptors to mount them via small screws with nuts to any surface.
- Plastic boxes are very easy to drill holes in to mount the screws.
- The connectors the USB committee specifies support a number of USB’s underlying goals.,
- And reflect lessons learn from the many connectors the computer industry has use.
- The connector mount on the host or device is call the receptacle, and the connector attach to the cable is call the plug.
- The official USB specification documents also periodically define the term male to represent the plug,.
- and female to represent the receptacle, though these uses are inconsistent with establish definitions of connector gender.
- By design, it is difficult to insert a USB plug into its receptacle incorrectly.
- The USB specification requires that the cable plug and receptacle be mark so the user can recognize the proper orientation.
Micro USB Dip Converter Specification:
Size: 15mm x 13mm
Color: Green en.wikipedia.org
No Male Headers Include
The initial versions of the USB stand specific connectors that were easy to use and that would have acceptable life spans; revisions of the standard add smaller connectors useful for compact portable devices.
Higher-speed development of the USB standard gave rise to another family of connectors to permit additional data paths.
All versions of USB specify cable properties; version 3.x cables include additional data paths.
The USB standard include power supply to peripheral devices; modern versions of the standard extend the power delivery limits for battery charging and devices requiring up to 100 watts.
USB has been select as the standard charging format for many mobile phones, reducing the proliferation of proprietary chargers.