USB extension cable

USB extension cable

Today Our Topic is USB extension cable USB is one of the most common types of computer cables. Printers, external drives, webcams, cell phones, digital DSLR cameras, all rely on USB.

So, if you want to move your device, let’s say your printer, somewhere it should be pretty straightforward, right?

It’s actually complicated, but we’ll tell you how you can do it easily and in less than five minutes.

Normally when trying to traverse long distances you can simply buy a longer cable or an extension cable, however, with USB this doesn’t always work, and to find out, we’re going to have to dig in.

USB extension cable

USB extension cable

USB was designed to give back and forth communication between your device and the host machine.

In other words, your printer and your computer have to talk to each other.

This back and forth communication has to happen in 26 nanoseconds or less, the same speed as a nuclear reaction.

Even though the data’s traveling at a blazing 192,000 kilometers a second, each foot of cable you add increases the delay, and each little bit of delay add up.

Eventually, the devices can no longer talk to each other. This occurs at five meters (16.44 feet).

The delay will be too great if the distance is greater than five meters.

So, what are we to do? Do we have to keep our printer always next to our computer? Never.

Fortunately, we have numerous solutions to overcome the distance limitation. Our first solution is great if you only need to extend your cable a short distance.

Our non-intelligent USB extension cables plug into existing cables and then connect to your computer.

The downside is that you still cannot exceed 16 feet, so your new cable plus your old cable cannot be greater than 16 feet.

If you need to go longer, our intelligent USB extension cables are right for you. They allow you to go between 16 and 64 feet.

 They are intelligent devices that repeat the signal every 16 feet, so you can daisy chain four of them together for extra footage.

If you want to add between 40 and 120 feet our long-distance intelligent extension cables are right for you.

It reconditions and boosts the signal. Three of these can be daisy-chained together for an extra 120 feet.

Our last solution is for people that need to go a long way.

The True Link USB 2.0 Super Booster is a decora-style wall insert. It fits any standard decora wall plate.

It can transmit the USB signal up to 328 feet using CAT5E or CAT6 cable.

This is often used in conference rooms, classrooms, and other installations where you need to control your device remotely.

Although USB has built-in distance limitations, Cables has everything you need to overcome it. Extend your signal from six inches to 328 feet. Whatever your conditions or needs,

USB 2.0 vs. USB 3.0: What’s the Difference?

USB extension cable

In April of 2000, USB 2.0 was released In November 2008, USB 3.0 was released.

Speed of USB 2.0 and 3.0

HS 480 Mbps megabits per second USB 2.0 high-speed

USB 3.0 signaling is ten times quicker than USB 2.0 SuperSpeed or SS 4.8 Gbps gigabit per second.

Polling mechanism for USB 2.0 that can send or receive data in half-duplex mode.

USB 3.0 asynchronous mechanism that is can send and receive data simultaneously full duplex

Price for a similar product the

For a similar device, the USB 2.0 version is often less expensive than the USB 3.0 version., the USB 3.0 version is more expensive than the USB 2.0 version.

Power usage

USB 2.0 up to 500 milli amperes

The USB 3.0 up to 900 milliamperes allows better power efficiency with less power for idle States can power more devices from one hub number of wires within the cable for number in USB 2.0 an EIN number in USB 3.0 standard-a connectors

So USB 2.0 gray and color USB 3.0 blue in color standard B connectors USB 2.0 smaller in size USB 3.0 extra space for more wires thank you

USB extension cable

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