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The Arduino Nano Cable is an essential accessory used to connect the Arduino Nano board to other devices or peripherals. It facilitates the communication between the board and a computer or other electronic components. The cable consists of a USB Type-A connector on one end and a USB Mini-B connector on the other end. The Type-A end is plugged into the computer or power source, while the USB Mini-B end is connected to the Arduino Nano board.

      Arduino nano Cable

      SKU: 179
      ₹50.00 Regular Price
      ₹30.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Connectors: USB Type-A Male (Host) to USB Mini-B Male (Device)
        • Cable Length: Typically around 1 meter (3.3 feet)
        • Compatibility: Works with Arduino Nano board and other devices that support USB Mini-B connection
        • Data Transfer Speed: USB 2.0 (480 Mbps)
        • Material: Durable and flexible cable jacket for long-lasting use.


        • Make sure that your Arduino Nano board and computer are powered off before starting the connection process.
        • Take the Arduino Nano cable and locate the USB Type-A connector. This connector is usually rectangular and larger than the USB Mini-B connector.
        • Plug the Type-A connector into an available USB port on your computer or a USB power source.
        • Take the other end of the cable with the USB Mini-B connector, which is smaller and rectangular in shape.
        • Locate the USB Mini-B port on the Arduino Nano board. It is usually located on the edge of the board, marked as "USB" or "USB Mini-B."
        • Align the USB Mini-B connector with the USB Mini-B port on the Arduino Nano board and gently insert it. Ensure that the connector is inserted fully and securely.
        • Once the cable is connected to both the computer and Arduino Nano, you can power on the Arduino Nano board by plugging it into a power source or directly through the USB connection.
        • At this point, your Arduino Nano is successfully connected to your computer. You can now proceed with programming and interacting with the board through the Arduino IDE or other compatible software
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