This USB 2.0 Type C cable is perfect for use with your Raspberry Pi 4 and other USB Type C boards. USB Type-C Connectors and Cable Assemblies offer greater PCB savings while enabling high-frequency mating in data, consumer, and other I/O applications.
The Type C Connectors feature a maximum data throughput of 10Gbps and a current carrying capacity of 5.0A. The 5.0A current rating reduces battery charging time by 64% over the micro-USB 2.0 current rating of 1.8A.
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You state the cable is "USB 2.0 Type C". USB 2.0 is 408Mb (and it's common to have USB-C -> USB-C cables that can only do 480Mb).
Later you sate "Type C Connectors feature a maximum data throughput of 10Gbps". Is this cable a USB 2.0 cable or not?
In the same sentence you state (Type C Connectors feature ...) "and a current carrying capacity of 5.0A. The Type C connectors can carry 5.0A, ONLY if the cable is properly constructed. Is this cable capable of carrying 5.0A? Does it have an e-marker?
it almost sounds like someone read the capabilities that a USB-C connectors can have, and not what this cable does do.
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That being said, based on the Part Details and Product Specification provided to us by the manufacture... my understanding is that it is capable of the 5A current capacity, but is limited to the USB 2.0 data rates. However, your question is probably best directed at the manufacturer molex for that part number (listed in the Part Details document).