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Description: USB 2.0 type A to micro USB 5-pin. This is a new, smaller connector for USB devices. Micro USB connectors are about half the height of mini USB. Micro USB is found on newer hand held devices like cell phones and portable media devices. Works great with the Google Nexus One. Cable color and shape may vary slightly from image as our stock rotates.

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Dimensions: 6 glorious feet

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Customer Comments

  • Are you planning on selling a SF branded one, like the Mini USB one?

  • Anyone use these with Raspberry Pi? Any of the fit issues?

  • How thick is the cable? Could someone throw a caliper on them.

  • Is there any plans for a red SparkFun MicroB 3.0 cable?

  • I ordered one to have an extra to use with teensy 3.1 Turns out it’s the only one that stays plugged into my worn out phone. So the other one is with the teensy. To me it’s a good, rugged USB cord, much better fit in any device I’ve used it on than the super cheepos that come with cell phones. I think I’ll just order one every time I place a SFE order. My $0.02

  • I hope this will work well for Teensy 3.1.

  • I bought this cable with the LiPo Charger Basic (PRT-10217). I think that it’s very difficult to plug and unplug the cable into the microUSB connector. I’m always afraid to snap off the connector from the breakout board.

    • Yep, I bought this to go with the old-school LiPo Charger/Booster (PRT-10300). Gave the device prototype to a user and the PRT-10300 connector was snapped off within 48 hrs. Too tight a fit.

      Does anyone have a suggestion for a cable that will be a little less snug?

    • I have to report the same thing. The micro USB end on this is very tight when plugging into my phone and other devices. To the point where it actually doesn’t work with some of my devices such as my Sansa Clip 2gig.

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Review of USB microB Cable - 6 Foot - not so great

Greetings Bought 4 of these cables, two have failed within a week of going into service. Both had issues with the micro b end. One went intermittent, no sign visible damage, But seemed loose when mated and had lots of wiggle. The other physically broke loose internally but did not come out of the connector backshell. One cable used on an Asus T-100 transformer book. The next on a galaxy s4. No I don’t try to abuse them and yes I’m a sixty something yo klutz. But I typically get a couple of years out of a cable that is used daily. My plan is to lop off the affecting appendage and replace it with new end. Going to try to do more thorough research on the replacement part.


It is workin fine.