• Your Cable Store 15 Foot USB 2.0 Extension Cable
  • Your Cable Store 15 Foot USB 2.0 Extension Cable
Your Cable Store 15 Foot USB 2.0 Extension Cable
Your Cable Store 15 Foot USB 2.0 Extension Cable

Your Cable Store 15 Foot USB 2.0 Extension Cable

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  • Standard USB extension cable
  • USB 2.0 High Speed Certified
  • Backward compatible with USB 1.0 standards
  • USB female A to male A

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I could have sworn I reviewed this it's a little extension cable like the ones they include with fat USB dongles so they can hang a little away from your computer or off to the side for better reception and not obstruct other ports. lengths always vary slightly but this one I have right here (out of 5 I ordered a while back) measures seven and a half inches from each end of the connectors, the cord in the middle is four inches, four and three quarters if you include the stress boots/molding. these things can matter. so just thought i'd put it out there. the cables work fine so far. it's of average thickness, not nice and thick like this Belkin cable [....]I think that's the right one anyway, a friend gave me the one I have and it has the same connector and cable color. 4Mostly Works. These work with MOST devices (though not all, particularly ones that push a lot of data). They're of very light construction as you can probably see from the pictures, and the connectors are easily damaged. I recommend keeping them plugged into themselves when stored. The biggest problem I had was that they do not like to operate when bundled together. I ziptied six of them into a single bundle and found that I could use one at a time -- any one, it didn't matter -- but ONLY THAT ONE. The proximity to the others made them unreliable. I have had no such problems with thicker extension cables. If you're thinking of making a USB cable snake, do not use these. 3but no they work great, and you can even plug your cell phone ... At first i was a little bit worry if they would work well because of the length, but no they work great, and you can even plug your cell phone and transfer date over them, but you need to plug this on a USB 3.0 else they are going to recognize it and charge but won't work for tranfering data since the distance is quite far same go for usb HHD 5Adequate for EXTENDING USB devices [flash drives (thumb drives), and USB WiFi Adapters] >This is a serviceable USB EXTENSION Cable, with "A-male" / "A-female" connectors on the ends. [Notice, NOT "mini" or "micro" device connectors on the ends!] The end connectors seemed to be well applied and reinforced adequately. Although perhaps "looser" connecting than a similar (almost twice as expensive, and shorter Amazon-branded) cable, this cable has worked well for me in early use (addressing concerns raised elsewhere). Yes, this cable is smaller around, and less stiff than the similar Amazon cable. Nothing has "pulled apart" or separated however. With either, you might best "loop" the linked ("ganged") cords once (making "half a knot"), to reduce the tension on the USB (A-male / A-female) connectors themselves where your cords meet/join.... >Although 15-16 feet is the longest run generally made (without a "repeater" in the cord, or needing such an "active" cable), this cable worked well for me even when I linked ("ganged") two together for even more length! Both this and the Amazon extension cable worked WELL with my USB WiFi Adapters, my USB Thumb Drives, and even with an "Alfa AWUS036H High power 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g High Gain USB Wireless Long-Rang WiFi network Adapter". With devices that have their own USB cord, you might best "loop" this cable and the device cord together once (making "half a knot"), to reduce the tension on the USB (A-male / A-female) connectors themselves where the cords meet/join--then they will NOT "pull apart". >And, for any DEVICES that you are attaching, be aware that long "extensions", such as this one, are for LOW-POWER devices only. Devices such as USB-Hard Drives ("Portable Hard Drives") will generally NOT work with this (and similar) extension cables--not that you would want such devices that far from your computer. If you try to use one of these cables for these devices, some devices will refuse to turn on, while others may run but will not be recognized by the Operating System--do not panic or discard your device or reformat it, or whatever, based upon just the error message you receive! [For the record, I have had even several SHORT (6-12 inch) cables, or device cables, bought through Amazon, NOT work with USB hard drives either--so BEWARE on ANY such cables if used for that purpose (HDDs)!] 4"It's not the size that counts - It's how you use it." Size is overrated. Okay, that's not entirely true, but it's an appropriate comment for this 1 foot USB extension cable. It works with standard USB and 2.0 without issue. There isn't much to say besides it's a common, subtle off-white cable that adds just a bit of length to your USB cable for those "almost reach" moments. In my case, I just wanted a few more inches to loosen the tension between my desktop USB tablet and my Tower CPU. Build quality is normal - the wire is decent, but the USB heads are not particularly great. Especially the receiving (female) end - the metal teeth latch and will hold connections, but it's not deep or smooth. I wouldn't recommended it for something that would require frequent disconnections because the teeth are liable to fatigue and stop latching. Also, like many USB extensions, it's not aesthetically pleasing if your cables don't match - flat plastic white only goes with so much. The only legitimate complaint I have is the actual length. It doesn't look anywhere near a foot in the picture and it most certainly is not a foot. It's more like 9 inches of cable and a few inches for the connectors. The whole thing measures 13" from end to end, so I can see where they get away calling it a foot, but it only adds 9-10" of flexible extension cable. That was fine for me, but potential buyers should keep that in mind. 4Extends your Cisco console cable by another 15 ft. Most console cables are 12ft max because it is the maximum reliable length signals can travel at 56,000 kilobits per second and definitely at the 9,600 per sec a console port uses.But finding a longer console cable is difficult and some occasions require longer than 12 ft.Combined with a USB to Serial adapter, this cable handles USB data transfer regardless of the console cable length since the 12ft console limit doesn't begin until the DB9 end of the blue cable.Since USB can reliably travel 15 ft without repeaters, this Sanoxy is a safe bet and always worked for me even on older / non Cisco gear that was flaky. 5computer usb charging cable The white wire inside appears to have been damaged in a place where my exact-o knife never touched when I dissected the sheath. A little bit of stress was enough to cause the white wire to break and slip out of the sheath. The part where it broke off had a diagonal slash.Fortunately, I wasn't buying this for use as a data cable. I dissected another two inches on the female side to get to the wires that were still intact, severed the green and white wires, stripped them, soldered them together, and finished up by wrapping it all back up with electrical tape. I made sure to get the exposed soldered wires in between the layers of wrapping.Now I have a charging cable that can fool an android smartphone into pulling more than 500mA when charging from a computer USB port. 3Add word "PASSIVE" and this would be 5-star It's a fine cable, and does exactly what it's supposed to. It extends the reach of low-powered usb devices. The problem people are having is that they generally do not realize the difference between ACTIVE and PASSIVE usb cables or whether their device requires an active cable.High-power devices like PlayStation Eye and Microsoft Kinect require active cables. Active cables have an embedded semiconductor to boost the signal (it's a fancy amplifier, to put it simply). Passive cables, like these, will not be able to push enough juice for the devices to work properly. EXAMPLE: If used with a PlayStation Eye (Move camera), the light on the camera will come on, but the device will not communicate with the PlayStation console because it isn't receiving a strong enough power signal through the cable. 4works well with most low power devices I've successfully used this 15 ft. USB extension cable with a 2.5 GHz WIFI dongle and a EZCAP TVdongle.There might have been a minor slow down in the WIFI dongles connection speed, but the ability to position the wifi dongle outside of the WIFI shadow covering the desktop more than made up for any slight slowdown of the WIFI connection.As a HAM I also noticed that on some computers plugging this extension cable into some USB ports can cause a significant increase in the noise heard in nearby audio or radio equipment.Often the extension cable didn't even need to have a device plugged into the end for the noise level to increase.The simplest and cheapest fixes is to try a different USB port or move the extension cable or external equipment to try and minimize the noise, but if that isn't possible then you can purchase clip on ferrite cores and place them on the extension cable(Don't crush the cable!). Usually the best positions, on the cable is near the computer or near the USB device on the end.WARNING before you put any ferrite cores on the extension cable make sure you can easily "unclip" and remove these ferrite cores in case they prevent the operation of the USB device. 5It works I had a problem, when i played guitar hero the dongle receivers for the guitars didn't work as they should, the signal went on and off every now and then. I have my PS3 very far away from the tv and there are some walls blocking the signal, so the only option left for me was to put the receivers closer to our play area, i saw this cables and I was a little worried about the length, maybe it was too long and the signal wouldn't reach, but the cables worked like a charm.The dongle receivers are little plastic cases that let you connect the guitar hero drums or guitar wirelessly and these do not have an energy source, and the cable still manages to send and receive the signals.You won't regret your purchase. 5
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I could have sworn I reviewed this it's a little extension cable like the ones they include with fat USB dongles so they can hang a little away from your computer or off to the side for better reception and not obstruct other ports. lengths always vary slightly but this one I have right here (out of 5 I ordered a while back) measures seven and a half inches from each end of the connectors, the cord in the middle is four inches, four and three quarters if you include the stress boots/molding. these things can matter. so just thought i'd put it out there. the cables work fine so far. it's of average thickness, not nice and thick like this Belkin cable [....]I think that's the right one anyway, a friend gave me the one I have and it has the same connector and cable color. 4Mostly Works. These work with MOST devices (though not all, particularly ones that push a lot of data). They're of very light construction as you can probably see from the pictures, and the connectors are easily damaged. I recommend keeping them plugged into themselves when stored. The biggest problem I had was that they do not like to operate when bundled together. I ziptied six of them into a single bundle and found that I could use one at a time -- any one, it didn't matter -- but ONLY THAT ONE. The proximity to the others made them unreliable. I have had no such problems with thicker extension cables. If you're thinking of making a USB cable snake, do not use these. 3but no they work great, and you can even plug your cell phone ... At first i was a little bit worry if they would work well because of the length, but no they work great, and you can even plug your cell phone and transfer date over them, but you need to plug this on a USB 3.0 else they are going to recognize it and charge but won't work for tranfering data since the distance is quite far same go for usb HHD 5Adequate for EXTENDING USB devices [flash drives (thumb drives), and USB WiFi Adapters] >This is a serviceable USB EXTENSION Cable, with "A-male" / "A-female" connectors on the ends. [Notice, NOT "mini" or "micro" device connectors on the ends!] The end connectors seemed to be well applied and reinforced adequately. Although perhaps "looser" connecting than a similar (almost twice as expensive, and shorter Amazon-branded) cable, this cable has worked well for me in early use (addressing concerns raised elsewhere). Yes, this cable is smaller around, and less stiff than the similar Amazon cable. Nothing has "pulled apart" or separated however. With either, you might best "loop" the linked ("ganged") cords once (making "half a knot"), to reduce the tension on the USB (A-male / A-female) connectors themselves where your cords meet/join.... >Although 15-16 feet is the longest run generally made (without a "repeater" in the cord, or needing such an "active" cable), this cable worked well for me even when I linked ("ganged") two together for even more length! Both this and the Amazon extension cable worked WELL with my USB WiFi Adapters, my USB Thumb Drives, and even with an "Alfa AWUS036H High power 1000mW 1W 802.11b/g High Gain USB Wireless Long-Rang WiFi network Adapter". With devices that have their own USB cord, you might best "loop" this cable and the device cord together once (making "half a knot"), to reduce the tension on the USB (A-male / A-female) connectors themselves where the cords meet/join--then they will NOT "pull apart". >And, for any DEVICES that you are attaching, be aware that long "extensions", such as this one, are for LOW-POWER devices only. Devices such as USB-Hard Drives ("Portable Hard Drives") will generally NOT work with this (and similar) extension cables--not that you would want such devices that far from your computer. If you try to use one of these cables for these devices, some devices will refuse to turn on, while others may run but will not be recognized by the Operating System--do not panic or discard your device or reformat it, or whatever, based upon just the error message you receive! [For the record, I have had even several SHORT (6-12 inch) cables, or device cables, bought through Amazon, NOT work with USB hard drives either--so BEWARE on ANY such cables if used for that purpose (HDDs)!] 4"It's not the size that counts - It's how you use it." Size is overrated. Okay, that's not entirely true, but it's an appropriate comment for this 1 foot USB extension cable. It works with standard USB and 2.0 without issue. There isn't much to say besides it's a common, subtle off-white cable that adds just a bit of length to your USB cable for those "almost reach" moments. In my case, I just wanted a few more inches to loosen the tension between my desktop USB tablet and my Tower CPU. Build quality is normal - the wire is decent, but the USB heads are not particularly great. Especially the receiving (female) end - the metal teeth latch and will hold connections, but it's not deep or smooth. I wouldn't recommended it for something that would require frequent disconnections because the teeth are liable to fatigue and stop latching. Also, like many USB extensions, it's not aesthetically pleasing if your cables don't match - flat plastic white only goes with so much. The only legitimate complaint I have is the actual length. It doesn't look anywhere near a foot in the picture and it most certainly is not a foot. It's more like 9 inches of cable and a few inches for the connectors. The whole thing measures 13" from end to end, so I can see where they get away calling it a foot, but it only adds 9-10" of flexible extension cable. That was fine for me, but potential buyers should keep that in mind. 4Extends your Cisco console cable by another 15 ft. Most console cables are 12ft max because it is the maximum reliable length signals can travel at 56,000 kilobits per second and definitely at the 9,600 per sec a console port uses.But finding a longer console cable is difficult and some occasions require longer than 12 ft.Combined with a USB to Serial adapter, this cable handles USB data transfer regardless of the console cable length since the 12ft console limit doesn't begin until the DB9 end of the blue cable.Since USB can reliably travel 15 ft without repeaters, this Sanoxy is a safe bet and always worked for me even on older / non Cisco gear that was flaky. 5computer usb charging cable The white wire inside appears to have been damaged in a place where my exact-o knife never touched when I dissected the sheath. A little bit of stress was enough to cause the white wire to break and slip out of the sheath. The part where it broke off had a diagonal slash.Fortunately, I wasn't buying this for use as a data cable. I dissected another two inches on the female side to get to the wires that were still intact, severed the green and white wires, stripped them, soldered them together, and finished up by wrapping it all back up with electrical tape. I made sure to get the exposed soldered wires in between the layers of wrapping.Now I have a charging cable that can fool an android smartphone into pulling more than 500mA when charging from a computer USB port. 3Add word "PASSIVE" and this would be 5-star It's a fine cable, and does exactly what it's supposed to. It extends the reach of low-powered usb devices. The problem people are having is that they generally do not realize the difference between ACTIVE and PASSIVE usb cables or whether their device requires an active cable.High-power devices like PlayStation Eye and Microsoft Kinect require active cables. Active cables have an embedded semiconductor to boost the signal (it's a fancy amplifier, to put it simply). Passive cables, like these, will not be able to push enough juice for the devices to work properly. EXAMPLE: If used with a PlayStation Eye (Move camera), the light on the camera will come on, but the device will not communicate with the PlayStation console because it isn't receiving a strong enough power signal through the cable. 4works well with most low power devices I've successfully used this 15 ft. USB extension cable with a 2.5 GHz WIFI dongle and a EZCAP TVdongle.There might have been a minor slow down in the WIFI dongles connection speed, but the ability to position the wifi dongle outside of the WIFI shadow covering the desktop more than made up for any slight slowdown of the WIFI connection.As a HAM I also noticed that on some computers plugging this extension cable into some USB ports can cause a significant increase in the noise heard in nearby audio or radio equipment.Often the extension cable didn't even need to have a device plugged into the end for the noise level to increase.The simplest and cheapest fixes is to try a different USB port or move the extension cable or external equipment to try and minimize the noise, but if that isn't possible then you can purchase clip on ferrite cores and place them on the extension cable(Don't crush the cable!). Usually the best positions, on the cable is near the computer or near the USB device on the end.WARNING before you put any ferrite cores on the extension cable make sure you can easily "unclip" and remove these ferrite cores in case they prevent the operation of the USB device. 5It works I had a problem, when i played guitar hero the dongle receivers for the guitars didn't work as they should, the signal went on and off every now and then. I have my PS3 very far away from the tv and there are some walls blocking the signal, so the only option left for me was to put the receivers closer to our play area, i saw this cables and I was a little worried about the length, maybe it was too long and the signal wouldn't reach, but the cables worked like a charm.The dongle receivers are little plastic cases that let you connect the guitar hero drums or guitar wirelessly and these do not have an energy source, and the cable still manages to send and receive the signals.You won't regret your purchase. 5
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