MuxLab Extends USB over Cat5E/6

Developed for the custom residential and commercial AV market, the USB 4-Port Extender Kit allows up to four (4) USB 1.1 full speed and low speed devices to be connected to a USB host via Cat5E/6 cable.

MuxLab Inc (www.muxlab.com), designer and manufacturer of security video and audio -video connectivity solutions for copper twisted pair, announces its latest addition to its AV connectivity portfolio…..The USB 4 -Port Extender Kit (500070).


Multimedia, residential audio -video, webcam surveillance, keyboard/mouse, I/O device, printers, scanners, hard drives, flash drives and mp3 players, credit card readers, signature pads.

Developed for the custom residential and commercial AV market, the USB 4 -Port Extender Kit allows up to four (4) USB 1.1 full speed and low speed devices to be connected to a USB host via Cat5E/6 cable.. The USB Extender supports up to 150 ft (46m) in a point -to -point connection..

The kit come with one (1) host side adapter, one (1) device side transceiver and one (1) power supply for devices requiring up to 500 mA. The USB Extender Receiver may be installed in MuxLab rack, wall and surface mount accessories for neater installation.

The USB 4 -Port Extender Kit streamlines cabling in applications such as: Multimedia, residential audio -video, webcam surveillance, keyboard/mouse, I/O device, printers, scanners, hard drives, flash drives and mp3 players, credit card readers, signature pads.

For more information, please visit the MuxLab website (www.muxlab.com) or contact MuxLab at
+1 514 -905 -0588, or videoease@muxlab.com.

A 300 DPI product photo is available upon request.

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