USB Connectivity Portfolio
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USB Connectivity Applications
Connect local USB devices such as USB printers, scanners, keyboards, and mice through USB 3.1, 2.0 or 1.1 cables, or use USB extenders to connect to remote USB devices.
Place USB 3.1 web conferencing systems and other USB devices at any location. Choose from a large USB cable selection for local devices, access remote devices with USB 3.1 extenders, and use USB-C docking stations to access multiple USB-monitors and -cameras with your laptop.
Move touchscreens and other computer controls with common USB 2.0 interfaces into safe and clean areas far away from the machines. USB fiber extenders provide reliable control free of interference over distances up to 10 km and control serial devices with USB converters.
Interactive whiteboards replace more and more traditional chalkboards as they allow easy content modification. USB extenders bridge the gap between whiteboard and PC. Use USB-C docking stations and USB cables/adapters to connect 2-in-1 Notebooks (Convertibles) with the network, a display, or a projector.
Hospitals and other medical services need to isolate their patient data by locating their host computers in secured rooms. USB 2.0/3.0 extenders can assist them to bridge the distance between the remote data center and their diagnostic and imagery equipment.
Machine vision cameras commonly feature USB 3.0 interfaces with limited cable connections up to 3 m. With Black Box USB 3.0 extenders, they can now be controlled over a distance of 100 m.