Intelix Full-Speed USB Extender - Transmitter and Receiver Kit

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Intelix Full-Speed USB Extender - Transmitter and Receiver Kit
Key Features
  • Complete Package for USB Transmitting
  • Transmits Full & Standard Speed Signals
  • Transmit Using Category 5/5e/6/6A cables
  • Includes Client Side Transmitter
Available exclusively for B&H customers, the Full-Speed USB Extender - Transmitter and Receiver Kit from intelix acts as a host and client transmitter for standard and full-speed USB signals over twisted-pair cabling. Using U/UTP Category 5/5e/6/6A cables, it extends standard speed USB 2.0, 1.1, and 1.0 signals up to 330 ft and full-speed signals up to 100 ft. While each transmitter has plug-and-play technology and does not require driver software, it does require a compatible client end. It is compatible with intelix AVO-USB-H and USB-WP-H series products and is designed for government, educational, religious, corporate, and residential use. This kit is available exclusively for B&H customers because we bundle the two included items while everyone else sells them separately.
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Is this sufficient for file transfer? Use case ...

Is this sufficient for file transfer? Use case would be mounting external HD to NAS from across CAT6A tie lines. So I can back up NAS files without going to the basement or through the network.
Asked by: Clinton
It would not be recommended for data integrity. It is also going to be slow this is USB 2 speed.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-10-02

I want to use to extend by printer with cat 6- 35 ...

I want to use to extend by printer with cat 6- 35 feet with usb output? also a scanner? also a acanner with usb output
Asked by: SIDNEY
Yes, you can use the Intelix Full-Speed USB Extender - Transmitter and Receiver Kit to extend the USB 2.0 connection between a printer and scanner to a computer.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-06-26

Would this work well for a USB Z-Wave stick? ...

Would this work well for a USB Z-Wave stick? Distance is around 50 feet.
Asked by: Matthew
Yes, the Full Speed USB Extender will work with the USB Z-Wave stick.
Answered by: Raymond B
Date published: 2021-10-26

I am able to send USB signal from my M32r console ...

I am able to send USB signal from my M32r console to my mac book pro, running Logic Pro X... but I am not receiving any audio from the console to Logic. I've tried several different cat cables at different lengths, but still no luck. When I remove the transmitter and receiver from the equation, it works great. Any ideas as to why my computer recognizes the console while using the extender kit but will not pass any audio?
Asked by: Gage
This would be heavily dependent on your specific situation the adapter itself is limited to USB Full Speed (12 Mbps): 100' (30.48 m) and USB Low Speed (1.5 Mbps): 330' (100.58 m). Your audio issue may be coming from the devices limited bandwidth.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-01-21

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I am trying to send a usb signal from an m32 soundboard. will this be compatible with it?
Asked by: michael m.
Yes. But you will only get the rated distance stated on B&H for the protocol that your device uses so take that into consideration. Also there is an IC at each end if the cat6 so it will add a but of latency to the round trip
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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