Icron USB Extenders, User Cases & Frequently Asked Questions
USB 3.0 connecting high-resolution image and video transfer in real-time. It's faster, power-efficient, and more reliable than previous versions, making it ideal for machine vision applications.
Icron's patented ExtremeUSB® technology platform and the gold standard for extending USB over long distances of multiple types of media such as CATx, fiber, LAN, wireless, coax, and powerline.
Wondering if there's a limit to how many USB layers you can connect to your computer? In this article, we'll explore the answer to this question and more. Learn about USB architecture and how many layers you can have.
Extending with True Plug and Play, USB 3.0 is the third version of the Universal Serial Bus and its capabilities are far beyond that of the previous USB 2.0 and 1.1.
The Ranger 2304 is one of Icron’s latest 4 port USB 2.0 extenders. With updates both to the hardware and the firmware, the Ranger 2304 benefits from improvements in design and performance.
The Poly Single Port USB 2.0 Extender (7230-87590-001) utilizing the Icron USB.0 Ranger 2311.
Every USB cable has a maximum length, fortunately there are various cables and extenders available which will enable you to cover significantly longer distances without any loss in signal quality.
Its important to understand that different USB generations of cables, based on their release stage or intended transfer speeds, offer varying features, generally categorized into data transfer, audio, video, and power delivery.