USB Server Gigabit simple cable extension for Optris Infrared Cameras & CT video /CS video
The USB Server Gigabit provides long distance control of infrared cameras. Acting as a USB to Ethernet adapter, it bridges distances greater than 20 meters between the PC and the Optris PI thermal imaging camera as well as Optris CTvideo / CSvideo pyrometers.
What are the important parameters of USB Server Gigabit?
- Dimensions: 105 x 75 x 22 mm
- Weight: 200 g
- Network: 10/100/1000 BaseT autosensing (max. 1000 Mbit/s)
- Power supply: Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Class 3 (6.49-12.95W) or via screw terminal DC 24 V…48 V (+/-10 %)
- Current consumption: Ext. supply (24V DC) without USB devices: typ. 120 mA Ext. supply (24V DC) with 2 USB devices each 2.5W: typ. 420 mA
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|Fully USB 2.0 compatible, data rates: 1.5 / 12 / 480 mbps, USB transfer modes: Control, Bulk, Interrupt, Isochronous|
|Full TCP/IP support incl. routing and DNS|
|Two independent USB ports|
|Galvanic isolation 500 VRMS (network connection)|
|Remotely configurable via Web Based Management|
|Supply from PoE or external power supply|
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On a direct connection to a PC both, the USB server as well as the PC must use a fixed IP address. There is no
DHCP server available. Accomplish the following settings on your PC once (depending on the operating system
the procedure can differ from the here shown – the following description refers to a Windows 7 system).