The USB 2.0 BoostLinq Ethernet Extender from IOGEAR allows you to use your USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 device from up to 164 feet away while still maintaining USB 2.0 data transfer speeds. The BoostLinq converts the USB 2.0 connection to RJ-45 LAN, which allows the signal to travel over a CAT5, CAT5e, or a CAT6 cable. The peak data transfer rates of USB 2.0 are maintained with a unique signal booster chipset that preserves both the data and the voltage requirement to power USB 2.0 devices, such as webcams, hard drives, and more. These active repeaters ensure both transmit and receive signals are preserved over the full length of the cable, resulting in maximum performance for all peripherals and accessories.
- Extend USB 2.0 over CAT5/CAT5e/CAT6
- Range of up to 164'
- Easy to Install, No Software Required
- Compact Design
IOGEAR GUCE62 Overview
IOGEAR GUCE62 Specs
|Host Connection||USB 2.0 Type-A|
|Package Weight||0.77 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.25 x 7.95 x 2.5"|
IOGEAR GUCE62 Reviews
Did not work consistently
The cable run was approximately 70 feet and we could only get the camera work for 10-15 minutes, then the image would freeze up. I used 2 other extenders by vaddio and extron with success This might be ok for keyboard or mouse but not video cameras
I used the Boostlink on a concert sound job to connect a mixer and an HP laptop with usb3 ports, using 100 feet of cat5e cable. 18 channels of audio transmitted perfectly.
Simple and easy extended USB
Use this to extend control of a Camera and Telescope 100ft away in the garden. Telescope also has a USB to RS232 converter, which works perfectly over the extended link. No real complaints, it works as expected. Used to have a USB1.1 extender, but camera picture download was too slow, this makes a world of difference.
I use it perfectly with the Behringer X Air XR18, for USB recording of 18 audio tracks to the computer located at 50 meters with a Cable RJ45 cat5.E
Very handy product
I needed to run a USB cable from my computer to another device .. but the other device was about 30 feet away and normal USB just won't work at those distances. This little device allows you to run USB over a CAT5 (or CAT5e or CAT6) cable .. over a hundred feet. It plugs into a USB jack on the computer, thru an adapter to CAT5 cable, and on the other end connects to a small powered adapter and back to USB .. Works fine. A great way to extend the reach of USB. Completely transparent to the computer and to the external device .. no software required. Just connect and use.
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