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bangbroscm Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 connection up to 150 feet Men's and women's styles
bangbroscm Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 connection up to 150 feet Men's and women's styles
bangbroscm Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 connection up to 150 feet Men's and women's styles

bangbroscm Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 connection up to 150 feet Men's and women's styles

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      I used it over a 60 ft bangbroscm ethernet cable bangbroscm for mouse and keyboard. bangbroscm Worked perfectly. bangbroscm (Oddly, I tested it at bangbroscm 10 feet and bangbroscm the bangbroscm mouse didn't bangbroscm work.) bangbroscm There bangbroscm are more bangbroscm expensive devices bangbroscm out there, this bangbroscm one worked bangbroscm for me.I'm controlling a IC7300 Transceiver from 50 bangbroscm feet bangbroscm away using bangbroscm this product. I am using the flat cat6 cable. bangbroscm Completely plug 'n play.UPDATE: After using this for bangbroscm two days bangbroscm I found out bangbroscm that if this USB extender device is not used for a few hours it will bangbroscm drop bangbroscm connection and you bangbroscm will either need to unplug it and plug bangbroscm it back bangbroscm in or reboot the computer. I'll bangbroscm be trying one of the more expensive bangbroscm extension brands and see what happens.I initially bought this bangbroscm to run my HTC Vive bangbroscm VR Headset from my PC in bangbroscm the bangbroscm bedroom to bangbroscm my larger living room. The single bangbroscm USB bangbroscm 2.0 cable with a bangbroscm built in repeater I was using would cause tracking issues due to the bangbroscm signal dropping sometimes. This problem persisted bangbroscm whether I bangbroscm used a bangbroscm USB hub or bangbroscm connected the headset straight to the bangbroscm PC via the USB 2.0 cable.When I replaced it with this set and a CAT6 cable, bangbroscm the signal was consistent and USB based issues were bangbroscm resolved. bangbroscm Or so I bangbroscm had thought. After a bangbroscm few weeks I realized the camera on the Vive had bangbroscm stopped working (it bangbroscm is only bangbroscm occasionally useful, so I didn't realize it bangbroscm had stopped working). Tracking still wasn't an bangbroscm issue, just bangbroscm the bangbroscm camera.I have since bangbroscm replaced this extender with a USB bangbroscm 3.0 cable bangbroscm and the camera now responds bangbroscm and tracking is bangbroscm reliable.I don't believe the camera's loss bangbroscm of functionality bangbroscm was a fault bangbroscm of these extenders. The Vive bangbroscm is notoriously picky about USB ports and bangbroscm cables, and I believe the device simply bangbroscm needed the bangbroscm extra band-width of the USB 3.0 cable. I now bangbroscm use this extender set bangbroscm to run bangbroscm a USB 2.0 bangbroscm hub from bangbroscm my PC to my living room. It is working perfectly.USB specifications limit the maximum run for USB to only 15ft2019-12-30: UPDATEDI hit another wall. Per the post below, it kind of sort of works, but power isn't "sustained". The controller and others devices randomly bangbroscm power on/off based on the power bangbroscm draw. I've made every effort to make bangbroscm this bangbroscm product work as bangbroscm advertised and simply bangbroscm can't get it bangbroscm to work consistently.2019-12-24: UPDATEDOK, bangbroscm after posting a bangbroscm very bangbroscm negative review I bangbroscm decided to try and figure out this problem. bangbroscm MonoPrice bangbroscm is a reputable company and I was hard pressed to bangbroscm think they would bangbroscm sell such a blatantly bangbroscm bad product. So after considerable bangbroscm fiddling and much more tests I figured out how to get bangbroscm this to work using bangbroscm these connectors: You bangbroscm have bangbroscm to use super high bangbroscm quality Cat6 bangbroscm and in my case USB 3 for all cables bangbroscm and bangbroscm connectors. As bangbroscm I bangbroscm mentioned below, I have run bangbroscm a bangbroscm lot of bangbroscm lines and as such have multiple bangbroscm types bangbroscm of Cat5/e and Cat6 on hand. Multiple specs and such. Only one worked.The ONLY one bangbroscm that I bangbroscm found works is this:Cat6 Riser (CMR), bangbroscm 1000ft, Black, 23AWG bangbroscm 4 Pair Solid Bare bangbroscm Copper, bangbroscm 550MHz, ETL Listed, Unshielded bangbroscm Twisted Pair (UTP), Bulk Ethernet Cable, trueCABLEhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C848GTK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_titleie=UTF8&psc=1If you don't get the 550MHz or better, Solid Pair, the power simply won't bangbroscm work. I've bangbroscm tested this to bangbroscm well over 50' bangbroscm and bangbroscm it bangbroscm works bangbroscm perfectly. The 500 MHz listed below bangbroscm does not work and bangbroscm will not power the controller bangbroscm or any USB powered peripheral.For example: I bangbroscm tried this cable:Monoprice bangbroscm Cat6 Ethernet Bulk bangbroscm Cable - Network Internet Cord - Solid, bangbroscm 500Mhz, UTP, CMR, Riser Rated, Pure Bare Copper Wire, 23AWG, 500ft, bangbroscm Bluehttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016YS99X0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_titleie=UTF8&psc=1Almost bangbroscm identical spec and it doesn't work at ANY distance over 17'.I bangbroscm don't bangbroscm think the brand is necessarily the issue, but the first cable certainly can bangbroscm handle slightly higher frequencies than the second and somehow makes a difference.The bangbroscm point here is if you bangbroscm buy this product and want it to work, don't cheap out on bangbroscm the bangbroscm cable.2019-12-23: I purchased this to bangbroscm get bangbroscm to bangbroscm about 30' bangbroscm from bangbroscm my bangbroscm basement to office 1 floor up. bangbroscm I bangbroscm have bangbroscm over bangbroscm 40 1GB runs bangbroscm in my house and I have all bangbroscm the equipment and bangbroscm know bangbroscm how to wire a cable. I bangbroscm ran this one, bangbroscm put on the jacks and ran bangbroscm some tests. This device bangbroscm simply doesn't work past the 16.5' baseline distance limit of USB for bangbroscm POWER. For data it works perfectly bangbroscm at 30', but for something that needs to bangbroscm be USB powered, it just doesn't bangbroscm transfer enough juice for the bangbroscm device to bangbroscm work properly.I ran several tests, bangbroscm the basic one was an xBox One S controller. Works great with bangbroscm power under 17', after that doesn't even power on. I bangbroscm also bangbroscm plugged in bangbroscm a bangbroscm USB powered bangbroscm external HDD just to bangbroscm see if power was getting to 30' and nothing, wouldn't power on at all.I then had bangbroscm a bangbroscm few other cables bangbroscm of smaller bangbroscm lengths bangbroscm and tested various distance and right around 17' the device would power bangbroscm on and anything past that nothing.I then tested each bangbroscm wire at 30' with bangbroscm a multi-meter and there is some very faint voltage bangbroscm and amps, but bangbroscm not nearly enough to power a bangbroscm controller bangbroscm and HDD or other peripherals.I noted from the comments and bangbroscm questions that some bangbroscm people managed to get this working at 100' and I'd be very curious bangbroscm how that occurred because my bangbroscm tests I bangbroscm can't get past 17'.If anyone bangbroscm has any bangbroscm further suggestions to get this bangbroscm working, I'd be interested, but otherwise I would bangbroscm not recommend this product and it bangbroscm appears to bangbroscm not bangbroscm do what it claims past the USB standard limits.This USB extenders over CAT5 have been very handy I have used them several times for USB consoles and bangbroscm printers and other USB devices that I need long connections for or bangbroscm long power to get to what have you.And it bangbroscm makes carrying a extra long USB cable very simple all you need is a bangbroscm network cable and bangbroscm a set bangbroscm of bangbroscm these devices and you are good to go.Just plugging bangbroscm it in, this bangbroscm works just fine for a bangbroscm keyboard / mouse with an unpowered bangbroscm hub bangbroscm with a 75 foot bangbroscm cat6 cable. I don't know bangbroscm why it works bangbroscm so bangbroscm much further over a network cable versus bangbroscm just a USB extension cable, but bangbroscm it does. It is only USB 2.0, which is fine for most bangbroscm things. Should be good for streaming a 480p video (original bangbroscm DVD resolution). If you try it with a 4k bangbroscm video, I think you will have some problems.My backup system is bangbroscm a number of bangbroscm unpowered usb (thumb) bangbroscm drives in bangbroscm a patch panel across the room. The connection includes a bangbroscm monoprice brand unpowered dual intefaces to 20 or more feet of (coiled) cat 5 ethernet cable. The nuisance of bangbroscm having to get bangbroscm up to bangbroscm move the bangbroscm patch bangbroscm cable bangbroscm is bangbroscm preferable bangbroscm to the nuisance of network bangbroscm attached storage, or cloud backups. The thumb drives last and last and bangbroscm last, unlike spinning disks.The monoprice interfaces have lasted for maybe close to bangbroscm a decade, I can't bangbroscm remember. I have many snapshots of all my data safely on multiple independent bangbroscm drives., easily available from bangbroscm an uncluttered bangbroscm desk. Thanks to bangbroscm monoprice and Toshiba, which made my bangbroscm first tiny bangbroscm thumb bangbroscm drive, which is still bangbroscm over there ready to be hooked up. It still stores (a small amount of) data. Be aware, bangbroscm however that bangbroscm my speed requirements are low, and you may need more.This can bangbroscm make placement bangbroscm of USB devices bangbroscm difficult especially in a wide bangbroscm areaThis bangbroscm can be especially convenient if you already have bangbroscm unused Ethernet cabling pre-installed bangbroscm in your wallsSo taking bangbroscm into consideration that I was attempting something new (to me), bangbroscm this bangbroscm was not the bangbroscm correct item to purchase. My mistake and not the item's fault. Just know bangbroscm that your devices need to bangbroscm supply bangbroscm power on both ends. Our bangbroscm XR18 bangbroscm Stage Mixer only has a bangbroscm usb-B 2.0 connection (data only) so we had to instead get bangbroscm an extender designed to be powered externally at that bangbroscm end. bangbroscm With the correct bangbroscm extender bangbroscm we are now able bangbroscm to send an audio bangbroscm signal for bangbroscm recording from the mixer on stage bangbroscm to a laptop at FOH. bangbroscm Live and learn. Won't bangbroscm give bangbroscm the bangbroscm item bangbroscm a bangbroscm poor rating, like some do, just because bangbroscm I had a learning curve here.
      Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 Connection up to 150ftUSB specifications limit the maximum run for USB bangbroscm to bangbroscm only bangbroscm 15ftThis bangbroscm can make placement of USB bangbroscm devices bangbroscm difficult especially in a wide areaThis can be especially convenient if you already have bangbroscm unused Ethernet cabling pre-installed bangbroscm in your bangbroscm walls

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      bangbroscm Monoprice USB Extender over CAT5E or CAT6 connection up to 150 feet Men's and women's styles

Buyer's experience:
      1: Just plugging it in, this works just fine for a keyboard / mouse with an unpowered hub with a 75 foot cat6 cable. I don't know why it works so much further over a network cable versus just a USB extension cable, but it does. It is only USB 2.0, which is fine for most things. Should be good for streaming a 480p video (original DVD resolution). If you try it with a 4k video, I think you will have some problems.
      2: This USB extenders over CAT5 have been very handy I have used them several times for USB consoles and printers and other USB devices that I need long connections for or long power to get to what have you.And it makes carrying a extra long USB cable very simple all you need is a network cable and a set of these devices and you are good to go.
      3: So taking into consideration that I was attempting something new (to me), this was not the correct item to purchase. My mistake and not the item's fault. Just know that your devices need to supply power on both ends. Our XR18 Stage Mixer only has a usb-B 2.0 connection (data only) so we had to instead get an extender designed to be powered externally at that end. With the correct extender we are now able to send an audio signal for recording from the mixer on stage to a laptop at FOH. Live and learn. Won't give the item a poor rating, like some do, just because I had a learning curve here.
      4: 2019-12-30: UPDATEDI hit another wall. Per the post below, it kind of sort of works, but power isn't "sustained". The controller and others devices randomly power on/off based on the power draw. I've made every effort to make this product work as advertised and simply can't get it to work consistently.2019-12-24: UPDATEDOK, after posting a very negative review I decided to try and figure out this problem. MonoPrice is a reputable company and I was hard pressed to think they would sell such a blatantly bad product. So after considerable fiddling and much more tests I figured out how to get this to work using these connectors: You have to use super high quality Cat6 and in my case USB 3 for all cables and connectors. As I mentioned below, I have run a lot of lines and as such have multiple types of Cat5/e and Cat6 on hand. Multiple specs and such. Only one worked.The ONLY one that I found works is this:Cat6 Riser (CMR), 1000ft, Black, 23AWG 4 Pair Solid Bare Copper, 550MHz, ETL Listed, Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Bulk Ethernet Cable, trueCABLEhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C848GTK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_titleie=UTF8&psc=1If you don't get the 550MHz or better, Solid Pair, the power simply won't work. I've tested this to well over 50' and it works perfectly. The 500 MHz listed below does not work and will not power the controller or any USB powered peripheral.For example: I tried this cable:Monoprice Cat6 Ethernet Bulk Cable - Network Internet Cord - Solid, 500Mhz, UTP, CMR, Riser Rated, Pure Bare Copper Wire, 23AWG, 500ft, Bluehttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016YS99X0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_titleie=UTF8&psc=1Almost identical spec and it doesn't work at ANY distance over 17'.I don't think the brand is necessarily the issue, but the first cable certainly can handle slightly higher frequencies than the second and somehow makes a difference.The point here is if you buy this product and want it to work, don't cheap out on the cable.2019-12-23: I purchased this to get to about 30' from my basement to office 1 floor up. I have over 40 1GB runs in my house and I have all the equipment and know how to wire a cable. I ran this one, put on the jacks and ran some tests. This device simply doesn't work past the 16.5' baseline distance limit of USB for POWER. For data it works perfectly at 30', but for something that needs to be USB powered, it just doesn't transfer enough juice for the device to work properly.I ran several tests, the basic one was an xBox One S controller. Works great with power under 17', after that doesn't even power on. I also plugged in a USB powered external HDD just to see if power was getting to 30' and nothing, wouldn't power on at all.I then had a few other cables of smaller lengths and tested various distance and right around 17' the device would power on and anything past that nothing.I then tested each wire at 30' with a multi-meter and there is some very faint voltage and amps, but not nearly enough to power a controller and HDD or other peripherals.I noted from the comments and questions that some people managed to get this working at 100' and I'd be very curious how that occurred because my tests I can't get past 17'.If anyone has any further suggestions to get this working, I'd be interested, but otherwise I would not recommend this product and it appears to not do what it claims past the USB standard limits.
      5: My backup system is a number of unpowered usb (thumb) drives in a patch panel across the room. The connection includes a monoprice brand unpowered dual intefaces to 20 or more feet of (coiled) cat 5 ethernet cable. The nuisance of having to get up to move the patch cable is preferable to the nuisance of network attached storage, or cloud backups. The thumb drives last and last and last, unlike spinning disks.The monoprice interfaces have lasted for maybe close to a decade, I can't remember. I have many snapshots of all my data safely on multiple independent drives., easily available from an uncluttered desk. Thanks to monoprice and Toshiba, which made my first tiny thumb drive, which is still over there ready to be hooked up. It still stores (a small amount of) data. Be aware, however that my speed requirements are low, and you may need more.
      6: I used it over a 60 ft ethernet cable for mouse and keyboard. Worked perfectly. (Oddly, I tested it at 10 feet and the mouse didn't work.) There are more expensive devices out there, this one worked for me.
      7: I'm controlling a IC7300 Transceiver from 50 feet away using this product. I am using the flat cat6 cable. Completely plug 'n play.UPDATE: After using this for two days I found out that if this USB extender device is not used for a few hours it will drop connection and you will either need to unplug it and plug it back in or reboot the computer. I'll be trying one of the more expensive extension brands and see what happens.
      8: I initially bought this to run my HTC Vive VR Headset from my PC in the bedroom to my larger living room. The single USB 2.0 cable with a built in repeater I was using would cause tracking issues due to the signal dropping sometimes. This problem persisted whether I used a USB hub or connected the headset straight to the PC via the USB 2.0 cable.When I replaced it with this set and a CAT6 cable, the signal was consistent and USB based issues were resolved. Or so I had thought. After a few weeks I realized the camera on the Vive had stopped working (it is only occasionally useful, so I didn't realize it had stopped working). Tracking still wasn't an issue, just the camera.I have since replaced this extender with a USB 3.0 cable and the camera now responds and tracking is reliable.I don't believe the camera's loss of functionality was a fault of these extenders. The Vive is notoriously picky about USB ports and cables, and I believe the device simply needed the extra band-width of the USB 3.0 cable. I now use this extender set to run a USB 2.0 hub from my PC to my living room. It is working perfectly.

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