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They were supposed to be built for cameras, I dont know if they missed a wired but none of my 3 cameras work with this cables.
i tested both cables that came in the package, 2 differen cameras brand, I tried the original camera charger that work with the shortest cables, maybe those where data cables that inside has all wires, but this long one didn't work, also I tried with a stronger super fast charger USB 3.0 buy didn't charge at all, so I have to return them
I've been "testing" this "2-pack of 25 foot USB to Micro USB extension cables" each with a new "Wyze Cam Pan" for about 3 weeks now. And though definitely not a recommended use for the Wyze Cam Pan (or these wires probably!) I've been doing so continuously outdoors! So far, these USB cables have performed flawlessly with these cameras. Everything functions well with excellent WiFi provided picture, full pan, zoom, and tilt. I was concerned about the physical phenomena of "Voltage Drop" coming into play. But so far, the Wyze Cam Pans have functioned completely perfectly. Voltage drop is a physical property of ALL wires though, and therefore the issue of camera longevity remains open. But for now, and my "test useage" I'd say these wires are a winner which fully met my expectations. I must caution anyone attempting this "particular application" though, as I don't know how the wires' insulation will stand up long-term to the exposure of both the sun and weather. But for now, I cannot fault them at all. I think they would certainly perform well for any indoor "power providing" only application at least. Though there has to be inherent voltage drop within, I would definitely buy them again. And actually hope to, as I plan 4 outdoor Wyze Cam Pans eventually. I feel they are inexpensive enough to do so along with these wires, even if either might fail long-run or over a winter protected only by being underneath the eaves of my house. Note: I live in the "Southern California mountains" at about 4,000 feet elevation. So we rarely get full blizzard-like conditions! But occasionally it gets pretty close though, but still is a relatively short-term exposure. Best Luck with your application WHATEVER IT may be!
got here quickly. I wanted to relocate my YI home cam and need a much long cable than the one that comes with. It states it's for the YI 360 cam, I tried it on the 360 cam and it's working perfectly. I will however be using it on a non rotating YI cam, but it's not in a location where I can get to easily so I will have to do it when I'm ready to go up and install it. Hopefully it'll work just as well since the description does not mention the regular no rotating 1080 cam.