identify PUSH usb cable

I have my usb cable but it got mixed with many others and I cannot identify it. I want to trade upto push 2 and the USB cable is important, can anyone help with identifying features of the original push cable please.

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PB21 1 year ago | 0 comments

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  • mcbpete
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    Square-ish at one end (the bit that goes into the back of the push), regular sized (i.e. not micro or mini) USB at the other, about a meter long and should have a label near the USB end with a picture of a blue cable with a red bit above it saying Hi-Speed. Should have TID then a string of numbers under all of that

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  • Mark F Uk
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    Well mine was just a right angle at one end. None of the above mentioned blue/red bit hi speed - I'm sure. 

     

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  • PB21
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    I dont recall it having the blue red bit or a right angle either damn they have various versions

     

     

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  • mcbpete
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    Yes maybe they're different looking in different regions (I'm from the UK). The closest photo I've found online is this - https://www.usbgear.com/images/USBG-02ABB.jpg

    (though instead of the sticker saying usb gear it's the aformentioned Hi-Speed logo ( https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c8/Certified_Hi-Speed_USB.svg/220px-Certified_Hi-Speed_USB.svg.png)

    Just looking around, the right angle plug seems to be for the Novation (this one - http://www.fullcompass.com/common/products/original/197061.jpg ) but again, it might be different in various regions.

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  • PB21
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    I found it, it still had the hi speed USB label on it. Thank you very much for the posts and the images too that was a great help, now my trade in will go smoothly

     

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  • jamesbarlow
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    I got my Push Mk1 second-hand, distinguishing marks on the cable: Black, straight connectors (USB-A to USB-B) with a choke. Mine didn't have any labels, but it appears to be a standard USB 2.0 spec cable (HI-Speed in comparison to USB 1.1)

    The choke is the important bit; the thick cylinder wrapped around one end of the cable a few centimetres before the connector to reduce high-frequency EM emissions.

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  • PB21
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    Thats interesting i found one marked hi speed as previous poster said with the red and blue tag marked TID 60000467 but it doesnt have that thick cylinder on it.

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  • ER22
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    I have it still in the plastic bag. It does have that red/blue and a number with the frequency cylinder.

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