StarTech 2P USB A Female Slot Plate Adapter
StarTech.com 2 Port USB A (Female) to IDC Motherboard Header Slot Plate Adapter
By DPD On 27th Oct
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The USB 2 port USB Type-A slot plate converts the USB pins from most AT style Pentium (and newer) motherboards to 2 standard USB A-Style ports. The plate can be mounted on the rear panel of a computer case, adding two USB A female ports for simple connection to USB peripheral devices.
• Supports 4 or 5 pin motherboard connections.
• Separate cables support a single row of 8/10 pins or 2 rows of 4/5.
• USB V2.0 compliant.
• Connector A: IDC (5 pin; Motherboard Header) Female.
• Connector B: USB A (4 pin) Female.
• Included in Package: 2 OUTLET USB PLATE.
Packaging Information• Shipping (Package) Weight: 0.1 kg [0.1 lb].
|Connectivity||2 x USB 2.0|
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