Digital transformation needs connectivity! Our charging cables, adapters and chargers ensure that cable clutter is not an issue and that end devices are compatible and always ready for use.
No additional drivers or software needed to use the adapters.
The adapters and chargers are particularly durable thanks to the aluminum and zinc alloys and the materials used, such as polycarbonate or PVC.
Are you looking for a USB cable to charge your devices? It's important that you choose a charging cable with the right connector, but also pay attention to the quality of the cable. Sturdy nylon cables with reinforced plugs will last longer than standard cables. Also check whether the charging cable is suitable for fast charging. Here we explain what you should look out for.
There are four points you should consider when making your decision:
Your iPhone and certain iPads have a Lightning connector. You can charge them quickly with a USB-C to Lightning cable and less quickly with a USB-A to Lightning cable. New Android smartphones, tablets, and some iPads have a USB-C port. You can charge them quickly with a USB-C to USB-C cable or with a USB-A to USB-C cable. Older devices have a micro USB port. Use a USB-A to micro USB cable.
If you want to fast charge your device, pay attention to the connection type of your charger. For example, charge your iPhone or iPad with Power Delivery or Fast Charging chargers. They have an oval USB-C connector. Many cables still have square USB-A connectors that are not suitable for these newer fast chargers. Quick Charge and Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging chargers still use USB-A cables.
Cheaper cables have a plastic sheath. This makes a difference in price, but since these cables break the fastest, you'll also need to buy new cables regularly. Cables with a braided nylon jacket are stronger and less likely to break if you bend or coil them incorrectly. They're also more resilient and less likely to break if you pull on them. Nylon and especially Kevlar cables are less flexible than plastic cables.
Some of our cables are Apple certified charging cables and have been tested to work properly and safely with Apple products. These cables will not damage the Lightning connector, short the battery, or overheat. With a certified cable, you can be sure that charging and data transfer will be as fast as possible, even after your iPhone or iPad has been updated. Certification costs money, so cheaper cables are usually not certified. You can recognize certified cables by the MFI (Made for iPhone/iPad) logo on the packaging.