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What is the difference between the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface data cable and the micro USB interface data cable

We all know that most of the charging data cables of Android mobile phones use the unified micro USB interface. But there are still some Android mobile phones, but the data cable uses the data cable of RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface, and the interface of these two mobile phones is different.

In the next paragraphs, this article will introduce the difference between the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface data cable and the micro USB interface data cable.

What is the data cable of the micro USB interface

Compared with RS232 to Mini USB Cable, micro USB data cable is the most frequently used and most common data cable. That is, the data cable that our Android phones often use to charge. It is a portable version of the USB2.0 standard, and it is smaller than some data cables using the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface. It belongs to the next generation of RS232 to Mini USB Cable and is also a 5pin interface. Compared with RS232 to Mini USB Cable, it is smaller and more space-saving, with long life, high strength and wide versatility.

Due to their different interface designs, it can be seen from the outside that the micro USB interface is a reduced shape based on the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface. The plane size of the two is not much different, but the height is reduced by about 1/2. For example, the height of the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface is 4mm, and the height of the micro USB interface is 2mm. Although the size of the micro USB is reduced, the performance is improved and space is saved. The service life and the number of plugging and unplugging of the micro USB interface are higher than that of the data cable of the RS232 to Mini USB Cable interface.

Through the above introduction and analysis of RS232 to Mini USB Cable, hope it helps you.

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