This is a USB 2.0 extender, which can realize one-to-one connection through CAT5e/6/7 network cables, with a transmission distance of up to 100m for CAT5e and 150m for CAT6 and above. When the connection passes through the switch, the input and output cable distances can reach 100m respectively. It supports 4 channels of USB 2.0 device input, such as printer, camera, scanner, USB flash drive, keyboard, mouse, touchscreen, etc., and supports gigabit switch cascade. It can be used for security monitoring, gaming, industrial control, professional audio-visual, smart medical and other fields.
- Support USB 2.0 High-Speed, Compatible with USB 1.1 Full-Speed, USB1.0 Low-Speed.
- Support 4 USB 2.0 inputs and 1 USB 2.0 output.
- Compatible with CAT5e/6/7 network cables, CAT5e transmission distance can reach 100m, and CAT6/7 transmission distance can reach 150m.
- Support USB hub connection.
- The transmitter is powered by the source device, no additional power supply is required.
- Support switch relay, the transmission distance of signals can be increased through the switch.
- Support hot-plugging of USB devices and automatically identify USB High-Speed, Full-Speed and Low-Speed.
- Compatible with High-Speed (480Mbps), Full-Speed (12Mbps), Low-Speed (1.5Mbps)
- Lightning protection, surge protection, ESD protection.
- Remote Access to USB Devices: One of the primary applications of a USB extender over IP is to provide remote access to USB devices. This is useful in scenarios where you need to connect to USB devices located far away from your computer. For example:
- Industrial Automation: In manufacturing environments, you can remotely control and monitor machinery that relies on USB-connected sensors or controllers.
- Laboratories: Researchers can access and control scientific instruments and data acquisition devices remotely.
- Server Rooms: IT administrators can manage servers and network equipment located in different rooms without physically accessing them.
- KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Extension: USB extenders over IP can be used to extend KVM signals, allowing you to control a computer located in another room or area. This is particularly valuable in data centres, server rooms, or when managing multiple computers from a central location.
- Digital Signage: USB extenders can extend connections to digital signage displays or interactive kiosks. This enables you to update content, control displays, or access USB peripherals without physically accessing the signage location.
- Medical Devices: In healthcare settings, USB extenders over IP are used to connect and control medical devices like ultrasound machines, X-ray equipment, or patient monitoring systems from a central nursing station.
- Retail Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems: Retailers can use USB extenders to connect peripherals such as barcode scanners, receipt printers, and card readers to a central computer, simplifying the setup and management of POS systems.
- Broadcast and Video Production: In video production environments, these extenders can be used to connect and control cameras, audio equipment, or other USB-enabled devices remotely, making it easier to capture and manage video content.
- Remote Desktop and Virtualization: Organizations that use virtualization technologies can utilize USB extenders over IP to connect USB devices to virtual machines, providing remote access to peripherals in virtualized environments.
- Education: USB extenders are used in educational settings to connect interactive whiteboards, document cameras, and other teaching aids to a central computer or server.
- Gaming: Gamers may use USB extenders to connect gaming controllers or peripherals to a gaming PC located elsewhere, allowing for more flexible gaming setups.
- Home Automation: In home automation systems, USB extenders can be used to control and interact with USB-connected smart home devices from a central control unit or remotely via the internet.