USB (Universal Serial Bus)

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High-Speed 1.0 - 2.0

Function

Data & Power - Digital

Data Rate

480 Mb/s (60 MB/s)

Power

2.5 watts (5 volts)

USB Type A (4-Pin) USB Type B (4-Pin) Mini-USB Type A (5-Pin) Mini-USB Type B (5-Pin) Micro-USB Type A (5-Pin) Micro-USB Type B (5-Pin)
Common Uses Most computers and peripherals

Many newer TVs, monitors, DVD players

Some mobile and other devices

Most printers and scanners

Some media decks and device docks

Some small devices Many hard drive docks

Many small devices

Some small devices Many newer cell phones

Many small devices

Male

USB Type A 4 Pin.png

USB Type B 4 Pin.png

USB Mini Type A 5 Pin.png

USB Mini Type B 5 Pin.png

USB Micro Type A 5 Pin.png

USB Micro Type B 5 Pin.png

Female

USB Type A 4 Pin s.png

USB Type B 4 Pin s.png

USB Mini Type A 5 Pin s.png

USB Mini Type B 5 Pin s.png

USB Micro Type A 5 Pin s.png

USB Micro Type B 5 Pin s.png

SuperSpeed 3.0

Function

Data & Power - Digital

Data Rate

4.8 Gb/s (572 MB/s)

Power

4.5 - 9 watts (5 volts)

USB Type A (9-Pin) USB Type B (9-Pin) Micro-USB Type B (10-Pin)
Common Uses Some newer computers

Some newer hard drive docks

Some newer hard drive docks Some newer mobile devices

Some newer hard drive docks

Male

USB Type A 9 Pin.png

USB Type B 9 Pin.png

USB Micro Type B 10 Pin.png

Female

USB Type A 9 Pin s.png

USB Type B 9 Pin s.png

USB Micro Type B 10 Pin s.png

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