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Kramer transfers data

Kramer transfers data
CA-USB3/AAE

Kramer transfers data

Two new cables have been added to Kramer’s catalogue. The CLS-AOCU31/CC is a USB-C(M) to USB-C(M), USB 3.1 Gen-2 SuperSpeed+ cable providing throughput of up to 10Gbps when used with a USB 3.1 host and device.

CLS-AOCU31/CC
CLS-AOCU31/CC

The CA-USB3/AAE is an active extender cable designed to extend USB 3.0 signals. Typically, USB cables have a maximum length of about 2m but the CA-USB3/AAE enables cable lengths of up to 15m. This bus−powered cable contains active electronics that reportedly enables it to extend without any signal loss or potential performance problems. With no need for an external power source.

Both cables are suitable for use with USB cameras‚ printers‚ webcams, keyboards and mice and are for data transfer only.



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