Firewire Active Extension Cable 6 Pin Male to 6 Pin Female - 15 FT
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Firewire Active Extension Cable 6 Pin Male to 6 Pin Female - 15 FT

Part no. 23-113-015

6 Pins | Bus Powered | Plug & Play | Cascade Up to 110 | Extend Existing Cable

 
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Firewire Active Extension Cables - 15FT 6 Pin Male to Female

The specification for FireWire states that the maximum distance of a cable is 15 feet. As a result, certain hardware configurations are not feasible. The FireWire Active Extension Cable provides you with greater flexibility with your FireWire configuration.

Features:

  • 6 Pin FireWire
  • Compliant with IEEE 1394-1995 and 1394A
  • Perform function of 1394 transfer rate of 100/200/400 Mbps
  • Bus-powered
  • Plug and Play
  • Supports Windows98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
  • Mac OS 8.6 and higher
  • Cascaded (up to 10) to extend the distance of up to 50m between IEEE-1394 devices and your computer
Features & Specs
Connector A Type of Connector on Side A of the adapter? 6 Pin FireWire Male
Connector B Type of Connector on Side B of the adapter? 6 Pin FireWire Female
Distance Max distance this adapter supports? 16 Feet
Additional Cable Required Does this adapter require any other cables? No
Powered By How is this adapter powered ? Bus Powered
REVIEW SUMMARY for Firewire Active Extension Cable 6 Pin Male to 6 Pin Female - 15 FT
 
3.9 (based on 9 reviews)
  • Title as described

    Reviewed by:

    From: Griffin Ga

    7/22/2014    #9939

    PROS: Order handled great
    CONS: none
  • Doesn't do what I bought it for

    Reviewed by:

    From: Greenwood, SC

    6/30/2014    #9924

    PROS: Works with a computer
    CONS: Doesn't work with a wall charger
    I bought two of these hoping to extend both my daughters reach from their wall charger to their beds so they would stop wrecking $20 lighting cords but this extension will not work with a wall charger. They do work when attached to a computer USB port however.
  • Good product

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    From: Houston,tx

    5/21/2013    #9909

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    Delivery service was good.
  • Excellent experience & product

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    From: Little Rock, AR

    4/15/2012    #9894

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    Excellent first time order experience. Will definitely use this company again. Very timely shipping and delivery. Thanks so much.
  • Works Great! USB over long distance

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    From: Davenport, IA,

    1/10/2012    #9879

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I needed to extend my keyboard to about 20 total feet. After some searching on google I found there is a distance limitation of about 15 foot for USB devices. Then I found this puppy. I ordered this cable, and it worked perfectly. I assume if you plug two of these together you can go even further than 16 foot. Thank you ShowMeCables!
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Q: What is FireWire?

A: FireWire is a high-speed serial bus interface for transfer of digital data. It is also called i.Link or IEEE 1394.

Q: Where can I find FireWire ports?

A: FireWire ports can be found on almost all DV and MiniDV camcorders, many PCs, and some TVs, DVD players, music recording hardware, and digital audio receivers.

Q: How many kinds of FireWire connectors are there?

A: There are 3 formats of FireWire ports: 4-pin, 6-pin and 9-pin.

Q: Can I convert FireWire to USB?

A: No. FireWire cables are not compatible with USB. FireWire cables are also not compatible with VGA, DVI, or HDMI cables.

Q: How long can my FireWire Cable be?

A: Without using a FireWire Hub or Repeater, the maximum recommended cable length is 4 meters between devices.

Q: Is FireWire 800 backwards compatible to FireWire 400.

A: FireWire 800 is backward compatible to FireWire 400, but the ports and connectors are different, so you need an adapter.


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