Scan code: LN138952 Manufacturer code: USB2-EXT4P

Scan USB 2.0 4 Port Extender over Ethernet

4 Port Scan USB 2.0 4 Port Extender Over Ethernet, Up to 150m Over Cat6/7 (480 Mbps), 4x USB-A Input, 1x USB-A Output

Scan code: LN138952 Manufacturer code: USB2-EXT4P
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Product Overview

Scan 4 Port USB 2.0 Over Ethernet Extender

The USB2-EXT4P is a 4 Port USB2.0 Extender. It operates as one-to-one connection through CAT5e/6/7 Ethernet cables, with a transmission distance of up to 100m for CAT5e and 150m for CAT6 and above; When the connection passes through a Gigabit Ethernet Switch, the input and output cable lengths can reach 100m (Cat5e) or 150m (Cat6/7) respectively.

It supports 4 channels of USB 2.0 device input, such as printer, camera, scanner, USB flash drive, keyboard, mouse, touchscreen, etc., and supports Gigabit switch cascade. It can be used for security monitoring, gaming, industrial control, professional audio-visual, and other fields.


• Compatibility: USB 2.0, compatible with USB1.1, USB1.0.
• Transmission Rate: High-Speed (480 Mbps), Full-Speed (12 Mbps), Low-Speed (1.5Mbps).
• Transmission Distance: CAT5e = 100m, CAT6 / 6A / 7 = 150m.
• Supports USB Hot-Plug.
• Operating System: Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android.
• 4x USB-A Input.
• 1x USB-A Output.
• Follows IEEE-568B standard.

Interface USB 2.0
Connectivity 5 x USB 2.0
Additional Information
Scan Code LN138952
Model Number USB2-EXT4P
GTIN 5055781250255

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