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Fabric 1 to 2 Lightning USB Cable 1M

Type-C USB Cable General Features & benefits.

  • USB Type C Short Cable: Only 0.1m [0.3FT], perfect length for charge with power bank or labtop, convenient to carry out without any hassle.
  • Compatible with type c devices.
  • Compatible with USB Type-C Specification Release 1.1. section
  • It support both charging & Syncing Data if USB A Male side connect with a PC/Computer.
  • Interface Types available for Micro-USB, Type-C USB


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Fabric Type-C USB Cable 25cm

Product Application

    • Smartphone
    • Tablet/ Pad
    • Power bank

Standards & Certifications

  • UL2725 (22AWG+30AWG)
  • CE/TID/UL/RoHs 2.0/ ISO

Type-C USB Cable Specifications

Electronic Specifications

Model USB-A2C25f
Connector USB-A to USB-C, Micro usb, lighting
Rating Voltage 5voltage, or QC Compatible
Length 10cm, 15cm, 25cm, 50cm, 1m
Cable Guide UL2725 (22AWG+30AWG)+AL+D+B  TC OD:3.8mm
Out Molding Fabric
Color Black or White
Function 2.8A  Fast Charge + 480Mbps Data Transfer(length<=3m)
Operating temperature  -10 ˚C to +80 ˚C
Certification  CE/TID/UL/RoHs 2.0/ ISO

Packaging & delivery

Dimensions 113 x 60 x 86 mm Weight: 27kgs±3%
Est. Shipping Size 123 x 70 x 96 mm box Weight: 27kgs±3%
Color Silver and Black Material Aluminum Alloy with Fan
Package Paper Box
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NOTE: Please check the positive and negative pole of your solar panel connector carefully to make sure a right connection.

USB Cable Advantage & Package

Color available in black and white
Length Available in 10cm, 15cm, 25cm, 50cm, … 5m, 10m

Type-C to C PD USB Cable 15cm

Short USB-C Cable 10cm

Used for phone, bank, camera  
Application of Short usb Cable

Micro USB Cable 5m

short usb cable application

5m, 8m, 12m longer for CCTV Camera
3 Types USB-C, Lighting, Micro USB

Micro USB Cable 8m

USB Interface usb-c lighting micro-usb

Color available in black and white
Professional Manufacture

USB Cable Type-C 3m

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What You Need to Know

USB Cables Explained

With various standards and charging technologies at work, it is much harder than it should be to work out what a cable can do. There are a few things worth knowing when shopping.

USB Standards: The Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard dates to 1996 but has seen many new standards, revisions, and connector types in the years since. Instead of running through all of them here, we try to highlight what matters.

Connectors: While USB-C is mercifully becoming a standard connection type, you want cables with connectors that fit your existing devices. Today, that still might mean USB-A, Lightning, or even MicroUSB. Remember that the capabilities of any cable are limited to its oldest connection type.

Data: The data transfer speed is always in megabits per second (Mbps) or gigabits per second (Gbps). You’ll know the speed a cable should be capable of by the standard:

  • USB 2.0 supports 480 Mbps
  • USB 3.0 supports 5 Gbps
  • USB 3.1 supports 10 Gbps
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 supports 5 Gbps
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 supports 10 Gbps
  • USB 3.2 Gen 3 supports 20 Gbps
  • USB 4.0 supports 40 Gbps

Power: While usb cable manufacturers always list the maximum charging rate, your device will determine how much power to draw, so it’s important to know what standards it supports and combine your usb cable with the correct power adapter. The charging rate of a cable is measured in Watts (W). Sometimes manufacturers will list specifications on the cable in tiny print. If there’s no W listed, you can calculate it by multiplying the voltage (V) and the current (A), assuming they are listed.

Basic USB-C cables are passive and can only carry up to 60W. Cables that can carry 100W or more must contain e-marker chips that identify the cable and its capabilities.

The Power Delivery (PD) standard is as close as we have to a common standard. A few manufacturers, like OnePlus, Oppo, and Xiaomi, still have proprietary charging standards. Then there’s Qualcomm’s Quick Charge (QC) standard, which was the most popular for phones for many years, although Quick Charge 4+ supports PD. Even PD has a variant called Programmable Power Supply (PPS), which is part of the USB PD 3.0 standard. PPS allows for real-time adjustments to maximize efficiency and charge phones like Samsung’s Galaxy S22 range at up to 45W instead of the usual 18W. The latest addition to PD is Extended Power Range (EPR), which allows USB-C cables to carry up to 240 watts (they used to be limited to 100W).

Thunderbolt was a proprietary interface developed by Intel and Apple, but it’s now open for royalty-free use (still certified by Intel). With Thunderbolt 3, the standard adopted the USB-C connector and is capable of data transfer speeds up to 40 Gbps and can deliver 100 watts of power using the PD standard. Thunderbolt 4 brings various improvements mostly related to the video signal (support for two 4K displays or an 8K display). It also supports the USB 4 standard and is backward compatible with previous standards.

USB Cable Certification: There are a few different types of cable certification. When a cable is certified, that usually means it was independently tested and conforms to specific standards. It gives you, as a buyer, peace of mind that your cable performs as the manufacturer claims. Certification can be expensive, so many cable manufacturers shun it, but that doesn’t necessarily mean their cables are poor quality. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing USB technology. Run by members like Apple, Google, HP, Microsoft, and Intel, it sets specifications and offers certification. If a cable is certified by the USB-IF, it has been tested to ensure it complies with its standards. Apple has its own Made for iPhone (MFi) certification for Lightning cables. Intel certifies Thunderbolt usb cables. Certified cables usually have the relevant logo on the connector (for example, Thunderbolt cables have a lightning bolt).


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