Attaching USB Cable Clamp
When using a USB device, attach a USB cable clamp to the USB interface to prevent the USB cable from being disconnected.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.
- For USB Type A, mount the clip to the USB mark on the USB connector shell so that it overlaps. For USB Type C, you can mount it to either side of the connector. For both USB Type A and USB Type C, the clip matches a length of 27 to 43.5 mm (1.06 to 1.71 in) for the USB cable connector.
- Align the clip and the USB cable connector shell. Adjust the position of the holes where the clip is attached. To ensure stability, select the clip-hole position that is closest to the base of the connector shell.
As shown, pass the tie through the clip hole. Next, turn
the tie and pass it through the head so that the USB cable can pass
through the center of the tie loop. The clip is now attached to the
Check the direction of the head beforehand. Make sure the USB cable is through the center of the tie loop and that the tie can pass through the head.
You can substitute the tie provided with PFXZCCLUSA or PFXYP6CLUSC, or other commercially available ties with a width of 4.8 mm (0.19 in) and thickness of 1.3 mm (0.05 in).
- While pressing the grip on the clip, insert the cable from step 3 all the way into the USB host interface. Make sure that the tab of the clip is secured to the USB cable attached to this product.