USB Cables Feature Ferrites And LSZH Cable Jackets

L-com Global Connectivity’s USB 3.0 cable assemblies feature low-smoke zero-halogen (LSZH) jackets and ferrite beads.

The ferrite beads prevent interference from a connected device or to a connected device and help to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) from either being radiated by a cable or being received by a cable. The LSZH cable jackets and connector over molds reduce the amount of toxic and corrosive gases emitted during combustion and will self-extinguish after catching on fire.

 

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Two versions of the assemblies are available. One version features USB 3.0 Type-A male to Type-A male connectors and the other version features USB 3.0 Type-A male to Type-B male connectors. For greater insights, checkout the specs and mechanics of the USB 3.0 cable assemblies with ferrite beads and LSZH jackets.

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