ROLINE 8pin + MicroB + Type C to USB Charge & Sync Cable, white, 1 m

ROLINE 8pin + MicroB + Type C to USB Charge & Sync Cable, white, 1 m

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Item no. 11.02.8329-10
Brand / Manufacturer ROLINE
Manuf. no. 11.02.8329
EAN 7611990961375
Package weight 0.055 kg


Connect almost all popular smartphones or tablets via Apple Lightning, USB Type C or USB Micro B plug to e.g. your PC or charger - suitable for loading and for data transfers!

  • USB 2.0 cable with one USB Type A connector and one Apple Lightning (8pin), USB Micro B and USB Type C connector each
  • For the connection of devices with Apple Lightning or Micro USB / USB Type C socket - so almost all common smartphones or tablets can be connected!
  • With the revolutionary USB Type C connector you are prepared for future generations of devices.
  • The Lightning plug (8pin) is suitable for all iPhones and iPads from the fifth generation onwards, e.g. for iPhone 8 or iPhone X
  • Complies with USB 2.0 standard (transmission up to 480 Mbit/s)
  • Allows loading of mobile devices and data exchange
  • Colour: white

MFi certified for connection to iPhone, iPad and iPod.


Manufacturer ROLINE
Product group Cable
Product type Lightning cable
Colour white
Length 1 m
Transfer quality USB 2.0 Hi-Speed 480 Mbit/s
Connection ports USB 2.0 Type A Male / Lightning (8pin) Male
Side 1 Connector Type USB 2.0 Type A
Side 1 Connector Gender Male
Side 2 Connector Type Lightning (8pin)
Side 2 Connector Gender Male
Maximum data transfer rate 480 Mbit/s
Weight 26.7 g
Height of packaging (single piece) 20 mm
Width of packaging (single piece) 140 mm
Depth of packaging (single piece) 150 mm
Package weight (single piece) 0.055 kg


Product data sheet - English (44.6 KB)


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