CableCreation [2 Pack] 56K Ohm Resistance USB 3.1 Type C (USB-C) to USB 2.0 Micro USB Female Adapter Cable, [2 Pack](1White+1Black), 0.4ft/14CM New Version
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- NEW UPDATED VERSION! This adapter use quality 56k Ohm resistance to protect your devices from damage, Compliant with USB Type-C Specification Release 1.1. section 18.104.22.168.4
- MICRO USB B FEMALE is the HOST side, Mostly Connect to a cable ( USB A Male to Micro USB B Male Cable), So USB A Male side actually is the HOST, The USB A Male Side connect with PC/Computer, Power Bank, Wall USB Charge Adapter to Charge or Sync data for USB-C Device (Like Nokia N1 tablet etc.)
- USB-C (TYPE C) male is TARGET (Device Side)...Connect to Nokia N1 tablet,Moto Z8, Galaxy S8 edge, Huawei P9, Honor 8 & New Device has USB-C Port
- Actual tested Speed is 480Mbt/s when working with the USB A male to Micro USB B male cable from buyer side
- Gold Plated Shell, 100% Contact Efficiency, CableCreation offers LIFETIME WARRANTY for all Cables
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CableCreation Short USB3.1 USB-C (Type C) to Standard Micro USB B Female Adapter Cable
Side 1: USB - C Type C Male (Target/Device Side)
Side 2: USB 2.0 Micro B Female (Host Side)
Cable: 100% Shielded Coverage Cable Color: Black + White Color
Cable Length is 14CM Approximately 0.4ft
This adapter cable use 56K Ohm Resistance in the USB-C plug, it is very safe to protect your device from damage
Very Important for buyers:
For this Cable, Micro USB B Female Side is HOST, USB 3.1 USB-C (type C) is TARGE/Device!
So it mostly work together with a USB A male to Micro USB B male Cable.
The USB A Male Side Connect to a PC/Computer Power Bank or Wall USB Charge to charge your USB-C Device, new Nokia N1 tablet etc.
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Hi Benson here with an updated review of CableCreation’s USB Type-MicroB receptacle to USB Type-C plug adapter. Both varieties of their MicroB adapter previously were out of spec, using a 10 kΩ pullup on the CC pin instead of the required 56 kΩ pullup. The previous adapters could potentially damage cables, chargers, hubs, and PC USB ports when used with fast charging Type-C devices.
Since I reviewed their last adapters, CableCreation has been extremely responsive and has worked to fix their entire Legacy Type-C product line. I’m reviewing the result today.
My test laptop today is a Chromebook Pixel (2015). I am using the following Dell 10W charger : Dell 10W Adapter Spare Wall Charger for Venue 8 Pro/8/7 (XDN34)
For a debugging tool, I am using the Chromium team’s USB PD Sniffer, available here from plugable: Plugable USB 3.1 Type-C (USB-C) Power Delivery Sniffer
I’ve plugged the CableCreation USB adapter into a A-to-uB cable and that into the Dell 10W charger. The adapter is plugged into USB PD sniffer, which is acting as a passthrough. I’ve plugged that into Pixel.
Lets check Pixel’s command line :
localhost ~ # ectool --name cros_pd usbpdpower
Port 0: SNK Charger DCP 4750mV / 1716mA, max 5000mV / 1716mA / 8580mW
Port 1: SRC
This shows a good result. The Pixel sees this cable as a legacy host port adapter, and has determined it uses the DCP protocol. It has negotiated a charging level of 1.7A.
Let’s check the USB PD Sniffer :
> tw vbus
VBUS = 4776 mV ; -1695 mA
> tw cc
CC1 = 416 mV ; CC2 = 15 mV
This also looks good! The voltage on CC1 is 416mV. Referring to the USB Type-C Specification Table 4-25 Voltage on Sink CC pins, this voltage falls right in the middle of the range allowed for vRd-USB, meaning that yes, this cable has the correct 56kΩ pullup resistor!
I have checked both kinds of adapters, the short micro-adapter, and the longer one that is about 3 inches in length. Both have good results as above.
In conclusion, CableCreation’s adapters have the required 56 kΩ pullup resistor, and are a great choice if you are looking to keep using your old A-to-MicroB cables with your new Type-C devices. These are certainly futureproof and get my recommendation! CableCreation has also been very responsive in their customer support as well. Thank you!
This is Benson again, Engineer at Google on the Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C teams.
This cable is very similar to another smaller adapter from CableCreation, so please see my review of the smaller adapter.
CableCreation USB 3.1 Type C (USB-C) to Standard Micro USB B Female Adapter, Micro USB 3.1 USB-C for Apple The Macbook, Chromebook Pixel and More, White
My analysis shows this has the same deficiency as the smaller adapter. I found that this adapter does not correctly charge the Chromebook Pixel and other Type-C devices. My analysis shows that this cable, although will charge and provide data through to the devices, does not correctly follow the USB Type C specification for power delivery identification. The CableCreation adapter advertises itself as 3A capable, but that is not appropriate because this is a legacy host port adapter.
Update: The company that sold this followed up with me and offered to send me a different cable which was 3ft long. Since I was only connecting an external USB drive for backups this was too long. However, they then sent me a 1ft cable. This new cable seems to be working fine. I don't know if this is a different cable as I don't have the original product number but this new cable is CC0016 according to the packaging. Updating the stars from 1 to 4 since the new cable works and the company took the effort to follow up.
I just bought a Nexus 5X, which has a USB Type C charging/data port. The box included a charger and cable. Of course, like most of us, I have numerous older chargers, and assumed I would just buy a few USB Type-B to USB Type-C cables so that I could use the older chargers in the car or other places at home. Not so fast!
It turns out that most cables like with those connectors are just cables - and using them on a Nexus phone will probably damage an older charger by demanding 3 amps, while most older chargers are rated between 1 amp up to 2.4 amps. (For lots of detail on this issue: https://plus.google.com/collection/s0Inv)
These CableCreation adapters include a necessary 56K Ohm resister to allow using your older chargers safely. You won't get Rapid Charging from them, but you don't always need that, do you?
Addendum: They continue to work great, and yep, now that I recently got a new S8, I'm buying a few more sets!