The new 4-Port USB 2.0 Extender via Fiber Optic Cable from NTI is its latest addition to its massively popular line of USB Extenders. The XTENDEX® USB Over Fiber Extender extends four USB 2.0 devices up to 820 feet (250 meters) using a single SC singlemode or multimode fiber optic cable.
The USB2-FOSC-4 consists of a local unit that connects to a computer and a remote unit that connects to four USB devices. The local and remote units are interconnected via a single-strand SC 9-micron singlemode or 50-micron multimode fiber optic cable.
With totally transparent USB connections, it is great for extending self-powered and/or bus-powered USB peripheral devices, such as security cameras, printers, scanners, touch screen monitors, game controllers, flash drives, keyboards, mice, etc. The extender supports high-speed (480 Mbps), full-speed (12 Mbps), or low-speed (1.5 Mbps) USB devices.
The USB2-FOSC-4 is USB 2.0 compliant, supports Plug-n-Play specification, has low RFI/EMI for sensitive applications, and requires no drivers. Each of the four USB ports on the receiver supports full 500mA current. Integrated mounting brackets for easy surface/wall mounting are included.
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It may seem bizarre to say it, but a wireless network still needs cables. All the different parts of a wireless network, such as the access points, the amplifiers and antennas, all need cables to communicate with each another.
VS−211X is a high−performance 2x1 automatic switcher for 4K HDR, HDMI video signals. Offering priority and last−connected switching options, it automatically switches according to the selected switching scheme based on active video signal detection.
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CAT6 is completely backward-compatible with current CAT5e equipment.