Lycom NW-101 USB Device Extender & Shared Over CAT5 RJ-45 GigaLAN

Lycom NW-101 USB Device Extender & Shared Over CAT5 RJ-45 GigaLAN

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Scan code: LN34026 Manufacturer code: NW-101 Request call
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Product Overview USB Device Extender & Shared Over CAT5 RJ-45 GigaLAN

Up to 100 meters USB extender!

Wild base USB device is shared to every client PC in your existing 1000 or 10/100 Mbps Networking HUB! Features • Up to 30MB/s fast transfer rate on storage accessing
• Make PC to access a long distance USB2.0 or USB1.1 device up to 100 meter CAT5 cable
• Let an USB device be shared by every PC in office or home through LAN HUB
• Support Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps)
• 10/100 or 10/100/1000 auto sensing (Auto-MDIX capable)
• RJ-45 Port offer high speed transmission over CAT 5 UTP cable
• Fully compliant with IEEE 802.3-2002 specifications
• Compatible with bulk, interrupt and isochronous type of USB devices
• Complies with USB 2.0 specification transfer rate 480 Mb/s
• Compatible with USB OHCI / UHCI / EHCI
• Hot-plug of Gigabit Ethernet and USB support
• Supports an USB Device such as Printer, Scanner, DV, DSC, Cell Phone, Hard Drive, Card Reader, DVD RW, MP3, Flash Drive, Floppy, Audio, Phone, Display, Webcam, Mice, Keyboard, Joystick
• Does NOT support USB HUB
• Power and Link LED indication
• Completely with drivers and GUI for 32bit/64bit Windows 10/8/7 XP, Vista
• Fully RoHS compliant
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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