Mini USB Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter - 33ft - Class 2 EDR Wireless Dongle

Part no. 3873

Add Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities to a laptop or desktop computer through USB

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The USB to Class 1 Mini Bluetooth® Dongle lets you add Bluetooth wireless capabilities to a laptop or desktop computer through USB, with support for transfer distances of up to 10m (33ft). Compliant with Bluetooth 4.0 LE +EDR , the USB Bluetooth adapter offers data transfer rates up to 3 Mbps and low power consumption. The adapter is also backward compatible with previous Bluetooth standards (v3.0, 2.0, 1.2 and 1.1) to ensure connectivity with all of your Bluetooth devices.

Features:

  • Bluetooth version 4.0 support
  • Class 2
  • Distances of up to 10m (33ft)
  • Backward compatible with previous Bluetooth standards (v3.0, 2.0, 1.2 and 1.1)
Features & Specs
Connector A: Type of Connector on Side A of the adapter?
USB Type A Male
Connector B: Type of Connector on Side B of the adapter?
None
Form factor The form factor of this connector? Straight
Gender The gender of this connector? Male
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Q: What’s the difference between the different USB versions?

  • USB 1.1
    • Released in 1998
    • Specifies max data rates of 12 Mbit/s (Full Speed)
    • Mostly used on devices such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, printers, scanners.
    • Still used by some devices that don't need faster data transfer rates.
  • USB 2.0
    • Released in 2000
    • Specifies max data rates of 480 Mbit/s (Hi-Speed)
    • Compatible with USB 1.1, but some hardware designed for USB 2.0 may not work with USB 1.1 host controllers.
  • USB 3.0
    • Released in 2008
    • Specifies max data rates of 5 Gbit/s (SuperSpeed)
    • A January 2013 press release from the USB group reveals plans to update USB 3.0 to 10 Gbit/s to put it on par with Thunderbolt by mid-2013.

Q: What if I need to extend my current USB cable past the 16 foot distance limit?

A: Because passive USB cables have a distance limitation you would need an Active Extension Cable to help boost the signal coming from the source.

Q: I'm unsure what USB adapter or connector I need, can you help?

A: Please click on the resource tab to see the USB connector graph. This should help identify the correct cable.

Compatiable with:

  • Windows® 10 (32/64)
  • 8 / 8.1(32/64)
  • 7 (32/64)
  • Vista (32/64)
  • XP (32/64)
  • 2000
  • Windows Server® 2012 2008 R2 2003(32/64)
  • Mac OS 10.x (Tested up to 10.10) 9.x
USB Connector Guide
Connector Type
Picture
Common Use
USB 2.0 A Male
USB A Male
Commonly plugged into the USB port on a computer
USB 2.0 A Female
USB A Female
Commonly used for extending the length of an existing USB cable. USB A Male is able to plug into this connector
USB 2.0 B Male
USB B Male
Commonly used on a printer, external hard drive and other USB Devices
USB 2.0 Micro Male
USB Micro Male
Commonly used on new smartphones and other USB devices
USB 2.0 Mini Male
USB Mini Male
Commonly used on cell phones, digital cameras and GPS devices
USB 2.0 Mini Female
USB Mini Female
Commonly used to extend the length of an existing USB mini cable
USB 3.0 A Male
USB 3 A MAle
Commonly used on USB 3.0 devices
USB 3.0 B Male
USB 3 B Male
Commonly used on USB 3.0 printers and other USB devices
USB 3.0 Micro
USB 3 Micro Male
Commonly used on USB 3.0 hubs and other devices

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