The Micro USB cable allows you to connect your NodeMCU to your computer for programming. It also supplies power to the device. The NodeMCU only works with specific cables. Some USB cables are 'charging only', and have only 2 wires inside, meaning they can only provide power and can't transfer data. Cables with 4 wires can transfer data, which is what we need. In addition, you need a cable that can provide enough current to power the NodeMCU. Look for high quality, high speed, CE certified USB 2.0+ cable with at least 1 Amp of current and thickness of 28 AWG.
|USB power charger adapter||1|
|Micro USB charging cable||1|
|Battery capacity||1001-2000 (mAh)|
|Input||100-240V 50-60Hz 0.35A|
|Output interface||1 USB port|
Updated almost 3 years ago