PGYTECH USB Type-A to Lightning Cable (13.78")

BH #PGM115 • MFR #P-GM-115
PGYTECH USB Type-A to Lightning Cable (13.78")
Key Features
  • USB Type-A Male Connector
  • 90° Lightning Male Connector
  • Aluminum Housing
  • Nylon Braided Cable
Connect your drone's remote controller to your iPhone or iPad in order to control and monitor your shooting on a bigger screen using the USB Type-A to Lightning Cable from PGYTECH. Built with an authorized Lightning chip, this 13.78" cable features stable, safe transmission and power delivery. Its red port housings are made of aluminum alloy and its nylon braided cable is highly tensile and durable. Furthermore, a 90° L-shaped Lightning connector is designed for improved handheld controller operation, with less strain placed on the connection between your phone and the drone's remote.
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PGYTECH P-GM-115 Overview

Connect your drone's remote controller to your iPhone or iPad in order to control and monitor your shooting on a bigger screen using the USB Type-A to Lightning Cable from PGYTECH. Built with an authorized Lightning chip, this 13.78" cable features stable, safe transmission and power delivery. Its red port housings are made of aluminum alloy and its nylon braided cable is highly tensile and durable. Furthermore, a 90° L-shaped Lightning connector is designed for improved handheld controller operation, with less strain placed on the connection between your phone and the drone's remote.

UPC: 843225103879

PGYTECH P-GM-115 Specs

Connector 1Lightning Male Right Angle
Connector 2USB Type-A Male
Cable Length13.78" / 35 cm
Variable LengthNo
Jacket TypeNylon, Woven
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 3.5 x 1.5"
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Date published: 2019-12-12
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