Rose Electronics CrystalLink USB 2.0 Extender Kit with 2 CAT5 Ports & Power Supply (328')

BH #ROCLK2U2TP10 • MFR #CLK-2U2TP-100M
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$529.00

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Rose Electronics CLK-2U2TP-100M Overview

The CrystalLink USB 2.0 CAT5 extender is the extender of choice for extending your USB devices. The CrystalLink USB CAT5 extender makes this possible by the use of standard CAT5 cable. You can fully operate and control all of your USB devices from as far away as 330 feet using standard CAT5 cable.

Access to your USB device is made convenient in a variety of situations. You can locate users away from hazardous environments where the USB device is located, locate devices away from areas vulnerable to theft, reduce noise and heat; increase desk and floor space.

If additional USB devices are needed, you can add up to 3 USB 4 port hubs to the four port receiver model and connect up to 11 USB devices.

The CrystalLink USB CAT5 extender supports all USB devices. It is ideal for use in industrial control areas, digital signage, connecting web cameras, USB device printing, scanning and storage. Supports all major operating systems including Windows®, Max®, and Linux®.

Supports USB printers, scanners, web cameras, USB hard drives, flash drives, MP3 players and more.

  • Extend USB device up to 330 feet (100m) over industry standard CAT5 cable
  • Standard USB hubs can be used to increase the maximum number of connected USB devices to 14 or USB hubs and 11 USB devices
  • To 500 ma of power is available at each USB port for powering high-power USB devices
  • Plug-and-Play installation, no configuration or set-up needed
  • 2 Port CAT5

Rose Electronics CLK-2U2TP-100M Specs

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Certifications & Standards
  • FCC Class B
  • CE Class B
  • IC Class B
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