Cable Matters Active Male to Female USB Extension Cable (USB 3.0 Extension Cable) for USB Device and Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR Headset and More – 10 Meters/32.8 Feet

July 20, 2019 - Comment

CONNECT MORE with Cable Matters USB Products Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable The Cable Matters Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable is an indispensable accessory to bring your USB peripherals within reach. Place your USB 3.0 hub, printer or VR sensor at the ideal location across the room. Superior Construction The combination of gold-plated connectors, bare

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CONNECT MORE with Cable Matters USB Products

Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable
The Cable Matters Active USB 3.0 Extension Cable is an indispensable accessory to bring your USB peripherals within reach. Place your USB 3.0 hub, printer or VR sensor at the ideal location across the room.

Superior Construction
The combination of gold-plated connectors, bare copper conductors, foil & braid shielding, a power status LED and a Y-cable power port with a cable clip for strain relief provide a sturdy cable with reliable transmission and long life.

 Important Notes
– Not designed to charge devices such as a smartphone
– Add an external power supply if more than 900mA of power is needed
– Compatible with the Cable Matters 5V/2A AC power supply (Model 200010-P)

Warranty
Limited One-Year Warranty and Lifetime Product Support

Product Features

  • USB 3 EXTENSION CABLE extends the connection between a computer and USB peripherals; Supports the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 data transfer rate up to 5Gbps; Connect a VR headset such as the Samsung Odyssey Plus, webcam, USB 3.0 hub, or external hard drive to a computer across the room
  • ACTIVE EXTENSION CABLE with an integrated amplification chipset supports data transmission at longer lengths than a passive USB cable; Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 peripherals and cables; Extend a Micro-USB to USB cable for an HDMI repeater or a USB-B to B cable for a printer
  • ITE POWER SUPPLY 5V 2A compatible with a 3.5 x 1.35 mm plug with center positive polarity (sold separately); Booster power with a power adapter with a USB3 extension cable is sometimes required with devices requiring more than 900mA of power; USB power may not be sufficient when connecting a USB 3 0 extension cable to a low power USB 3.0 PCIe card port
  • SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION includes gold-plated connectors, bare copper conductors, foil & braid shielding, a power status LED and a Y cable power port with a cable clip for strain relief; USB repeater cable is sturdy but flexible enough to coil for storage
  • OCULUS RIFT ACCESSORIES companion cable operates as an Oculus Rift S extension cord for a VR headset; Oculus Rift extension cable may require an external power supply; Oculus sensor extension cord allows convenient placement of multiple sensors

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works well, but TEST TEST TEST! If you get a good one, it works well – impressive speed over such a long cable. Even with a 10-15ft passive extension on the device end. Built solidly, it has good “heft”.BUT, USB 3.0 itself seems to be very finicky about many things, so different combinations produce different results. What I mean is that a given cable may work on one Motherboard port at the highest speed, but on another port on the same motherboard, it may fall back all the way to USB 2.0 speeds, or…

Anonymous says:

I bought this cable to create patch cable for Oculus Rift headset I bought this cable to create patch cable for Oculus Rift headset, and it’s working well as intended.I have tested CableCreation cable, and that one worked too, but I saw a few complaints of having ‘noise’ in its reviews. That made me worry that it might be only that the set of contents I’ve used to test is not triggering noise issues, and I’ll end up realizing the issues later.I’m suspecting that major contributor of this issues is more on the USB 3.0 port side. The maximum…

Anonymous says:

like me, you wanted to daisy chain more than … This works, but there is a big caveat. With USB, there is a limit to the number of ‘hubs’ you can daisy-chain, and active USB cables are essentially cables with a bus-powered hub in the middle to ‘repeat’ the signal. Well, each of these cables counts as *two* hubs, not one. That can make things a bit tricky if, like me, you wanted to daisy chain more than one of these cables. Two is the limit!

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