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delivered in 4-5 days 4 Port USB 2.0 over Gigabit LAN or Direct Cat5e / Cat6 Ethernet Extender System - up to (330 feet/100m)

CCL Code: AVD0623
Manufacturer Code: USB2G4LEXT2
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Key Features:

  • Supports Gigabit connection speeds

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The USB2G4LEXT2 4-Port USB 2.0 Extender System lets you extend USB devices over a Gigabit Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN), or through dedicated Cat5e/6 cabling up to 330ft (100m). Connecting over your existing IP LAN avoids the hassle and cost of running new infrastructure cabling and provides an increased and highly scalable overall extension distance. When channelling through multiple switches at 100m intervals, the maximum extension distance resets at each switch location, making it easy to span multiple floors in a home or office setting. For further versatility you can connect the local and remote units via a single Cat5e or better cable. Unlike 10/100Mbps USB extenders, this versatile USB extender leverages the full data transfer potential of your USB 2.0 peripherals up to 480Mbps, to deliver lag-free performance that enables support for extending isochronous devices such as webcams or microphones. Compatible with USB 2.0, and 1.1 devices with support for up to 600mA of power per port, the USB over Cat5e extender supports most USB peripherals including flash drives, webcams, keyboards, mice and drive enclosures. A flexible solution for business or industrial applications, this rugged metal enclosure includes wall-mounting brackets and simple plug-and-play installation with no software or drivers required.

Main Features

  • Dual mode operation, lets you connect through a LAN or directly through Cat5e (or better) cabling
  • Supports Gigabit connection speeds
  • Extend up to 100m (330ft) over Cat 5e (or better) cabling
  • Allows for increased maximum distance by linking the extender across multiple LAN switches
  • Plug-and-play installation with no software or drivers required
  • Four USB 2.0 ports with 600mA per-port power output
  • USB 2.0 data transfer rates up to 480 Mbps
  • Supports most USB compliant peripherals including isochronous devices
  • Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 hosts / devices
  • Rugged metal enclosure with wall-mounting kit included
  • Pre-paired networked configuration for simple installation


Maximum Range 100 m


Console Port 1 - USB B (4 pin) Female • 4 - USB A (4 pin) Female
RJ-45 Ports 2 x RJ-45


Power Adaptor Type AC
Power Adaptor Output 24 V DC


Operating Temperature 0 to 50 °C
Operating Humidity 20 to 80 %


Form Factor Extender
Case Colour Black
In The Box 1 - USB 2.0 Extender Local Unit • 1 - USB 2.0 Extender Remote Unit • 1 - USB A-B Cable • 1 - Universal Power Adapter (NA/ UK/ EU) • 1 - Mounting Kit • 1 - Instruction Manual
Width 7.6 cm
Depth 10.0 cm
Height 2.6 cm
Weight 0.363 kg


Warranty 2 Years

Item Details

Manufacturer Code USB2G4LEXT2
EAN 0065030854580
UPC 065030854580
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 2 Years

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Code USB2G4LEXT2
Questions and Answers

Do you have you a question about the 4 Port USB 2.0 over Gigabit LAN or Direct Cat5e / Cat6 Ethernet Extender System - up to (330 feet/100m)?

Q: Most USB hub over IP products like this one state that they can only support one high-bandwidth device such as a webcam. When connected with a gigabit connection, will this be able to simultaneously transmit from more than one webcam? I use Logitech C920 and C930 cameras.
Answer by Website User on 24th December 2014
StarTech's spec sheet doesn't give any information on this but it is a four port unit which would indicate that it should support multiple devices. -Danlevan
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