Armoured

Micro USB to USB-A Cable - Black 2m

$24.95

or 4 x $6.23 with

Cable Length

2m
3m
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Features
  • Safely charge (12W) Micro USB devices​
  • Certified for 20,000 bend cycles​
  • DuPont® Kevlar® aramid fibre cable​
  • 5-year warranty
Overview
Charge all your Micro-USB devices quickly and safely with 2.4A/12W charging. Stay connected at work, home or on the road by simply plugging the Micro USB end into any USB A port. Designed with double braided nylon and strain-relief, to minimize fraying, this cable has been tried and tested to withstand wear and tear. This ultra-reliable cable comes with 5-year warranty.
Specifications

Type

Micro-USB to USB-A Cable

Material: Stainless Steel Housing with Kevlar® Core

Length: 2m

Colour: Braided Black

 

Model Number

CY2673PCCAM

 

Compatible for charging

Cygnett Power Banks

A Wide range of Digital Devices

 

Elements

Fast Charging 2.4 A /12W\

5 Years Warranty

Designed in Australia

Micro USB to USB-A Cable - Black 2m

Micro USB to USB-A Cable - Black 2m Micro USB to USB-A Cable - Black 2m

FAQ

What is a fast-charging cable?

Fast charging cables are able to offer speeds of at least 2.4A/12W. This refers to the power output of the cable, and the higher the rating, the faster the charging speeds. Modern cables are multifunctional and often utilise improvements in USB technology to allow for rapid data transfer speeds in addition to quick charging.

Can I use any cable for fast charging?

For the fastest charging speeds, look for the cable’s output, measure in amps (A) or watts (W). ‘Fast’ cables are typically those offering an output of at least 2.4A/12W, but the most streamlined modern cables can be 3A/60W or, as in the case of USB-C to USB-C technology, up to 5A/100W.

Does cable length affect charging speed?

Besides the output capacity of the cable, its physical properties can affect its potential charging speed. Both cable length and gauge (the thickness of the cable) can affect the speed at which a cable can charge a device, with longer and thinner cables both creating more resistance and thus slowing down the charging speed.

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