USB Type-C - USB Type-C - Active optical - USB 3.2 GEN 2 (10 GBPS)


| Only for data & power connections |

CLD632A is a USB Type-C active optical cables. This cable has a slimline cable design that is combinable with a USB 3.2 GEN 2 and has a full bandwidth of 10 Gbps. As the CLD632A is a Hybrid (fiber and copper) active optical cable it has superior performance in speed as well as distance.

No additional external power needed and although the cable is of firm quality, it remains very flexible. The CLD632A is made to withstand high temperatures by its Low Smoke and Halogen-free outer jacket.


Up to 10 Gbps 20X faster than USB 2.0 12X faster than FireWire.

Power and charge devices such as laptops, tablets and phones very quickly.

Connect to any peripheral device with USB Type-C like external video conference camera's.




  • CLD632A/10 - 10 meter
  • CLD632A/15 - 15 meter


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  • True plug & play solution
  • LSHF jacket

Same connectivity

Physical Characteristics
Armor Material Kevlar
Strength test Bending radius 0.35 "
Tensile strength test 22.046 lb
Connector bending test > 10000 cycles
Inner conductor Material null
Section 217.00043 "² - 26 AWG (B)
139.50 "² - 28 AWG (C)
790.50 "² - 21 AWG (D)
806.0016 "² - 20 AWG (E)
Number of conductors 9
Insulation Material null
HDPE 0.028 " (Ø) (C)
HDPE 0.049 " (Ø) (D)
HDPE 0.051 " (Ø) (E)
Conductor twisting Yes
Shielding Drain wire null
Aluminium foil null
Overall shielding Aluminium foil null
Drain wire null
Outer jacket Material null
Colours Black

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