Digi International AnywhereUSB Plus Peripheral Devices | New Product BriefJune 12, 2019 by Mouser Electronics
Connect to USB devices remotely and securely with Digi International's AnywhereUSB Plus Devices.
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Digi International AnywhereUSB Plus Peripheral Devices
Digi International’s AnywhereUSB Plus are remote, secure USB hubs that allow you to connect to USB devices over a network.
Anywhere USB Plus hubs provide USB 3.1 Gen 1 and gigabit ethernet ports, delivering high-speed data transmission across the network and connecting USB peripherals to remote PCs or virtual hosts. The hubs are available in desktop or panel mountable units with two or eight ports, and a 24-port rack mountable option with redundant power supplies and dual gigabit ethernet ports.
The 8-port and 24-port hubs also offer SFP+ ports for connecting to higher speed or fiber networks. Anywhere USB includes the Digi Remote Manager cloud-based management platform, which provides quick setup and configuration and the ability to monitor and maintain large installations.
- USB 3.1 Gen 1 hub with gigabit ethernet connectivity
- Easily connect USB peripheral devices to a PC from remote or virtual hosts
- 2-port or 8-port desktop or panel mountable
- 24-port rack mountable with redundant power supplies and dual gigabit ethernet
- SFP+ ports allow higher speed or fiber network connection
- 1x SFP+ on 8-port, 2x SFP+ on 24-port
- Includes Digi Remote Manager® cloud-based management platform
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