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L-Com USB 3.0 Active Optical Cable, A male to Micro-B male drag chain jacket w/ screw, right angle, 8 meters

SKU
AOC-U30AMIM-C1R-008
USB 3.0 Active Optical Cable, A male to Micro-B male, Drag Chain Jacket w/ screw, right angle, 8 m, 10 Gbps
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The L-com AOC-U30AMIM-C1R-008 USB 3.0 Active Optical Cable, available from ShowMeCables is in stock and ready to ship the same day you order. It is a cable with USB 3.0 A male connector to USB 3.0 Micro-B male connector. This USB 3.0 AOC cable is available in length of 8 m and supports all major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

The USB 3.0 active optical cable features a drag chain jacket w/ screw and right angel connector. This AOC-U30AMIM-C1R-008 fiber optic cable is pluggable with fiber optic connectors and has a high operating data rate of 10 Gbps. The USB 3.0 active optical cable is compliant with SuperSpeed USB electrical specifications providing a seamless plug and play experience.

The USB 3.0 AOC extend USB 3.0 super speed devices, support all USB 3.0 device types and control, interrupt, bulk, and isochronous at up to 10 Gbps. This AOC-U30AMIM-C1R-008 cable is used for industrial control/cameras, machine vision, medical imaging, and security applications.

L-com’s AOC-U30AMIM-C1R-008 USB 3.0 active optical cable from ShowMeCable is in stock and available for purchase today. Urgency is in our DNA so make your online purchase right now to take advantage of our same-day shipping. For further information on similar products, our expert technical support and knowledgeable sales team can help you get the USB 3.0 active optical cable for your requirement.

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