USB Cable Manufacturer

USB Cable Supplier in China

USB cables have an important role when it comes to different applications. These cables also known as Universal Serial Bus cables aid in connecting and powering different devices and PCs. The cables also offer a standardized interface for proper and reliable data transfers, peripheral connectivity, and power supplies.

USB cables design features different connector types, that are designed to meet specific needs while offering the right device compatibility. At ECOCABLES, we have the needed expertise to design and produce different types of USB cable products that perfectly meet your application needs.

Various USB Cables

USB 2.0 Extension Cable

USB data transfer cable male to female USB 2.0 printer cable.

usb 3.0 extension cable

USB 3.0 panel mount extension cable male to female with M3 screw holes.

USB to Mini USB Cable
USB to Mini USB Cable

USB to Mini USB extension cable Mini USB data cable.

Micro USB Charging Cable
Micro USB Charging Cable

Micro USB extension cable Micro USB fast charging cable.

USB C to USB C Cable
USB C to USB C Cable

USB 3.2 cable male to female USB type C extension cable.

USB C to Lightning Cable
USB C to Lightning Cable

Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to your USB-C.

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Choosing a USB Cable or Connector

To get the right USB cable and connectors, there are lots of things that have to be considered. This is because USB connector types exist as either male or female connectors, making them compatible with each other. The male connector part has to perfectly plug into the female connector.

At ECOCABLES, we always do our best by ensuring we guide our clients into choosing the right USB cable that meets their specific needs. The chart below will help you identify how each USB cable looks, making it easier for you to identify which male plug or female receptacle meets your application’s needs.

To make things more clear, here are a few things you should keep in mind when choosing USB cables:

  • The female receptacle or male plugs
  • The output and input of the USB types
  • The USB cable color and length
  • The USB type can either be type A, B, C, Mini USB, and Micro USB.
usb type cable
usb extension cable

Where Are USB Cables Used?

USB cables serve a myriad of functions. This means they can be used for:

Data Transfers: USB cables allow for the transfer of data within different devices and machines. This includes file transfers between a smartphone and a computer, syncing data within a computer and a camera, or even connecting some external storage devices such as a USB flash drive to computers.

Peripheral Connections: USB serves a vital role in connecting different peripheral devices to computers. This includes scanners, printers, game controllers, keyboards, and any other external monitors.

Charging Devices: USB cables have, over the years, been used to charge different devices, including smartphones, smart watches, portable electronics, and Bluetooth speakers, among others.

Firmware Updates: lots of electronic devices, including smartphones, gaming consoles, and cameras, need different firmware updates that help safeguard and enhance the functionality of the device.

Video and Audio Output: USB cables can be used to easily transmit both video and audio output signals.

Quality Control

At ECOCABLES, all our USB cable extensions feature high-quality materials for better and more effective performance. This includes pure copper conductors and durable PVC jacket materials. Our cables are also designed to feature multiple shielding layers so as to minimize interference.

Our reinforced SR has the ability to withstand more than 10,000 bending tests. Also, each cable has to undergo strict tests that ensure each one of them has the capability of providing extraordinary speeds and stability—a reason why we stand out among our competitors.

usb 2.0 cable

Each USB Cable Is Suited to A different Task


USB-A is commonly used for power outlets and computers. When used for charging, users have to connect the USB-A side with another USB plug or into a computer.

However, it’s important to note that USB-A cables only connect with the port through a one-way approach. One way of telling which is the right way is by checking the USB symbol that’s normally printed on the tops of the cable. Always ensure the USB is properly inserted to avoid damaging the device or the cable itself.


USB-B ports mostly help in connecting external hard drives with PCs and also connecting printers. However, USB-B cables are currently not commonly available like the rest of the USB cable types.


The USB-Mini cable is commonly used for connecting different mobile devices, including cameras and MP3 players. Its small nature makes it perfect for small device connections.

Micro-USB cable

The Micro-USB cable was a common USB cable and can still be found in different older models. This cable can allow data reading without the need for a computer. A good example is that users can connect their flash drives or even memory sticks directly to their mobile devices.

Just like the USB-A cable, micro-USB cables also connect to a port when placed in the right direction. This means users have to be very keen and ensure they match the port’s shape with the Micro-USB cables to avoid any kind of damage.

USB-C Cable

This is actually the most recent USB cable development. The benefits attached to USB-C lie in the fact that the cable offers speedy data transfers with a higher power flow. This means that phones are able to charge quickly. Also, USB-C cables are reversible, meaning they can be plugged either way.


These cables were designed to offer backward compatibility with the earlier USB cable versions and ports. This type of USB features differently shaped connector pins that help the cables to withstand a more robust application use. Both the USB-3A and B are quite identical to USB-A and B cables. The only difference is the coloring, where they are colored blue inside for better distinctions. The USB-3 micro cable also features extra pins that allow for the transfer of more data.

How many USB versions are there?

USB cables exist in different versions. This includes the USB 2.0, USB-3.0, and the USB-3.2. The versions help in determining the maximum data transfer for each USB. It’s also important to note that the kind of USB version you need highly depends on the devices that need to be connected or charged.

Standard Also Known As Year Introduced Connector Types Max. Data Transfer Speed
USB 1.1 Full Speed USB 1998 USB-A
12 Mbps
USB 2.1 Hi-Speed USB 2000 USB-A
USB Micro A
USB Micro B
USB Mini A
USB Mini B
480 Mbps
USB 3.2 Gen 1 USB 3.0
USB 3.1 Gen 1
2008 (USB 3.0)
2013 (USB 3.1)
USB Micro B
5 Gbps
USB 3.2 Gen 2 USB 3.1
USB 3.1 Gen 2
SuperSpeed 10Gbps
2013 (USB 3.1) USB-A
USB Micro B
10 Gbps
USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 USB 3.2
SuperSpeed 20Gbps
2017 (USB 3.2) USB-C 20 Gbps
USB 4 USB4 Gen 2×2
USB4 20Gbps
2019 USB-C 20 Gbps
USB 4 USB4 Gen 3×2
USB4 40Gbps
2019 USB-C 40 Gbps
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