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USB Director RS-232, Single-Port

#IC1000A

Here's a handy way to turn your USB port into a high-speed serial port.

USB 2.0 Hub, 4-Port

#IC147A-R3

The easy way to connect multiple peripherals to your PC externally.

USB 2.0 Hub, 4-Port

#IC204A

A low-cost way to add USB ports to your computer—and quickly recharge USB devices.

USB 2.0 Hub, 10-Port

#IC640A

A plug-and-play hub for connecting up to 10 high-speed USB 2.0 devices.

Industrial USB 2.0 Hub, 4-Port

#ICI104A

Connect USB devices in light industrial settings—without worrying about disconnects or ESD.

Industrial-Grade USB Hub, 4-Port

#ICI200A

This rugged, ESD-protected hub helps ensures maximum uptime for high-speed USB devices.

Industrial-Grade USB Hub, 4-Port with Isolation

#ICI202A

This rugged, ESD-protected and isolated hub helps ensures maximum uptime for USB devices.

Industrial-Grade USB Hub, 7-Port

#ICI207A

This rugged, ESD-protected hub helps ensures maximum uptime for high-speed USB devices.

Industrial-Grade USB Hub, 7-Port with Isolation

#ICI208A

This rugged, ESD-protected and isolated hub helps ensures maximum uptime for USB devices.

Power Supply for Industrial/Medical-Grade USB Hub (ICI200A, ICI202A)

#PS290

A 12-VDC power supply with locking barrel plug and U.S., U.K., and EU adapter inserts.

CCTV Passive Hubs, with (16) BNC Coax Connectors

#IC562A

Use twisted-pair instead of coax cable for CCTV transmissions.

DIN Rail Mounting Kit for 2- or 4-Port USB Hub

#DR110

Mount a 2- or 4-Port USB Hub to a DIN rail.

USB to 5-V TTL Mini Converter

#CL061A

Connect 5-V TTL devices to your USB port.

USB to 3.3-V TTL Mini Converter

#CL062A

Connect 3.3-V TTL devices to your USB port.

USB Solo (USB to Serial), DB25

#IC138A-R3

Compatibility and convenience for your legacy peripherals.

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Data Sheet for IC1020A, IC1022A, IC1023A, IC1024A, IC1025A, IC1026A, IC1027A, IC1028A

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Quick Start Guide for ICI207A, ICI208A

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Product Data Sheet for LH0012A, LH0012A-FXSC, LH0012A-FXST (16809)

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USB to PS/2 K/M converter for PC, Sun or Mac User Manual for KVUSB2PS

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Product Data Sheet for USB01-0003, USB01-0006, USB01-0010, USB01-0015, USB05-0003, USB05-0006, USB05-0010, USB05-0013, USB06-0006, USBR08-0004, USBR08-0013, USBR09-0004, USBR09-0013, USB05E-0003, USB05E-0006, USB05E-0010, USBR01-0008-R3, USBR01-0016-R3 (18612)

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Product Data Sheet for LVG006A, LVG010A, LVG001C, LVG002C, LVG003C (15891)

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USB Extenders Learn more about extending USB over CAT5e, fiber, and IP networks. Extend USB signals in education, healthcare, manufacturing, security, ...

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USB 3.0 The newest USB standard, USB 3.0 or “SuperSpeed USB," provides vast improvements over USB 2.0. USB 3.0 promises speeds up to 5 Gbps, about ...

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Black Box Explains...Ethernet hubs vs. Ethernet switches Although hubs and switches look very similar and are connected to the network in much the same ...

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Black Box Explains...USB 2.0 and USB OTG The Universal Serial Bus (USB) hardware (plug-and-play) standard makes connecting peripherals to your computer ...

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USB SELECTOR Find what you need to extend, connect, or bridge USB interfaces – fast! View Selector Converters USB, DIN rail, and RS-232 converters ...

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Black Box Explains...Connecting peripherals with USB Before Universal Serial Bus (USB), adding peripherals required skill. You had to open your computer ...

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Black Box Explains...USB What is USB? Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a royalty-free bus specification developed in the 1990s by leading manufacturers ...

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Black Box Explains...Low-profile PCI serial adapters Ever notice that newer computers are getting smaller and slimmer? That means regular PCI boards ...

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Black Box Explains Machine Vision Machine vision technology—the image-based automatic inspection process—has matured greatly and is now becoming ...

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Black Box Explains...Serial ATA technology Introduced in the mid 1980s, the Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) interconnect soon became the industry-standard ...

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Black Box Explains...UARTs at a glance Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitters (UARTs) are integrated circuits that convert bytes from the computer ...

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Black Box Explains...UARTs and PCI buses Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitters UARTs are designed to convert sync data from a PC bus to an async ...

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Converters USB, DIN rail, and RS-232 converters solve IT compatibility issues in commercial and industrial environments. DIN Rail Convenient DIN rail ...

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Octet KVM Switches Superior switching, multiple platforms, and extra long distances. When you need to link a large number of users over CATx solid UTP ...

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