Panel Mount USB to 4-pin Female Header Cable - 6'

You might have seen these cables used in computers. They are typically used to bring USB connections from a motherboard to the external case, or the rear expansion slots. They have a 0.1" spaced 4-pin header on one end and a USB A connector on the other.

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  • I'd like to see the "same" thing, but with a female USB B jack instead of A. Those seem to be harder to find (although I've found some) and are very useful when you put things into enclosures.

  • USB needs 5 connectors. Missing the shield should. It should be connected to the frame of the box/machine

  • How much power would I be able to draw through these wires? I looked at the datasheet and it dosn't appear to say how much the the 5v and GND wires are rated for. Im looking for something I could draw an amp through

  • What is the best option for connecting the header into a connector? Do you sell it here? I ordered this and a set of breakaway headers only to find that the connector end fits very loosely onto them, if at all.... This is a great product by the way - very happy with the quality.

  • This product will be great for my charging station project.

  • I too would love to have this with a USB B connector.

  • 6' or 6" ??

  • a couple of different pannel mount items, an i aggree, I'd rather spend my money here. FrontX has a staggering selection of panel mount cables with an end that is 0.1" spacing. DB9 Serial, audio, RCA and Svideo,
    I haven't ordered from them so...
    http://www.frontx.com/

  • Nice. Much better than those 12-18" cables that come with most motherboards!

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