|Item model number||BC64054|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
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|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.06 x 0.01 x 0.01 inches|
JBtek Raspberry Pi Micro USB Cable with ON / OFF Switch - Easy Start / Reboot !
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- Raspberry Pi Micro USB Cable with ON / OFF Switch for your CONVENIENCE
- No need to pull the cable to restart or reboot your PI, just press the button to turn your Pi on and off
- 5ft (1.5m) length - RoHS Compliant - Can be used as power supply for the Pi up to 2 Amp
- Helps prevent the Pi's USB connector from wear and tear due to frequent pulling and inserting the usb cable
- Not for data transfer use
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JBtek Raspberry Pi Micro USB Cable with ON / OFF Switch. •Can be used for powering up the Pi. •Push the power button to turn on/off your Raspberry Pi. •Extra long 5ft power cable. •Not for data transfer use.
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Your USB supply is the most important. Secondary is to not use a USB extension cord for power. Good product.
I've ran into this charger port a couple times, and I've broken it a couple times, too. Sneezing on it might just break the charger port the Pi Foundation uses. But I'm not reviewing the port.
The broken ports were caused by one of two things : Either inserting and removing the charging pin over and over again, or, dropping the device whilst charging (which effectively ripped the charging port right out of my ASUS Android Tablet).
The great thing about this cable? Plug it in, and secure the charger pin to the device, and you can use the switch as an effective power button. +1
Now, I thought this was going to be a cheap circuit breaker that just restarts the device when you push the button, giving similar results as simply unplugging/plugging the cord into the Pi. No no. This is actually a (very well working) on and off switch. +1 You push it once, and the power will not be delivered to the Pi. Push it again, and it's powered on.
And if that wasn't the best part about this cord, the cord is USB, so you don't have prongs to plug into an outlet, instead you can plug it into anything you use to charge a phone, or, even better yet, a portable power bank! +1 (And none of the stepping on the prongs and bending them, or hurting your foot. +1)
So overall, this product has four positive factors to it for me without any of the negative defects I've seen in my travels. Thank you to the maker, and I plan on looking through similar products by this seller.
This does the job so you don't have to unplug it all the time.
The only problem is that the on/offf button looks the almost exactly the same when in both positions, so it's not so easy to tell if you've switched off the unit (and the TV is already off).
Originally, I thought this was going to be a rocker switch with on and off positions visible. I should have looked closer. It is a push button that does not reveal with a glance whether it's already in the on or off position. It may be kind of moot when the switch is in place, since the lights on the Raspberry Pi will tell you whether the machine is on, but visual or tactile confirmation can be useful under certain circumstances.
This cable will not allow data transfer. It is strictly for power management of your Raspberry Pi or other USB-powered device.
It might have been nice if the cord were longer at least 6 feet.