An optical signal is produced by the 15-meter USB3 cable from the USB3 data signal. The signal is converted back into an electrical USB3 signal after being transmitted optically over a 15-meter optical fiber cable. Copper wiring is used to transmit power. To convert electric signals into optical signals and back, the 15-meter USB3 cable draws a maximum of 0.94W from the USB3 port. Since optical fiber cable is used to transmit the USB3 signals, EMI issues are not possible. Robots and other moving machinery can make use of the 15-meter highflex cable. With a maximum cable length of 15 meters, this cable is also the perfect choice for high-speed imaging. The connectors are Micro-B male to USB-A male (to connect to an industrial camera) (to connect to PC).
Flexible design of the 15-meter USB3 cableThe 15-meter USB3 cable's adaptability to changing conditions is one of its primary features. We usually recommend using one of our USB3 cables to ensure a stable connection between your computer and camera. It is an excellent choice for robotics and other applications requiring machine movement since it is built to withstand the stresses of constant movement. The 15-meter USB3 cable's sturdy construction guarantees dependable, long-term performance in a variety of demanding settings. In addition to being versatile and having a long transmission range, the USB3 highflex cable is made especially for high-speed imaging applications.
Quality control of the 15-meter USB3 cableThe 15-meter USB3 cable's production quality control procedure is based on several essential steps. Daheng Imaging tests and certifies every cable. The procedure begins with the raw materials stage and continues until the cables are shipped to ensure the quality of the long cables. The 15-meter USB3 cable will be deemed abnormal and rejected if, at any point during this process, it does not meet the specified quality standards. To ensure the procedure and batch quality, steps will be taken. We are able to provide all long USB3 cables with a 1-year warranty because of the nature of our quality control.
Which USB3 machine vision camera should I use?You can use a range of USB3 machine vision cameras with the 15-meter USB3 cable. We suggest that you select a USB3 camera from the MER2 series. Our 1.6 MP global shutter USB3 camera, which can capture images at 227 frames per second, might be a perfect fit for situations where quick imaging is crucial. Use this link to access our USB3 vision camera product portfolio, which includes our selection of USB3 cameras.
Do you want to shield your USB3 machine vision camera from dirt, dust, and water? Using our waterproof camera housing is what we advise. Please be advised, though, that this housing is not compatible with highflex cables, like this 15-meter USB3 cable. We advise using one of our regular USB3 cables. View our complete selection of industrial camera cables that include USB3 cables.
Specific applications for the 15-meter USB3 cableFor a safe and consistent connection to the computer, the extra-long 15-meter USB3 cable has a USB-A male connector on one end. It has a Micro-B male connector on the other end that is compatible with a wide range of machine vision cameras. Because of this, the 15-meter USB3 cable is a flexible option for a range of industrial and imaging applications, including:
- Conveyor belt inspection: A control system a few meters from the conveyor belt can be connected to a machine vision camera using a 15-meter USB3 cable. This is a great solution. This enables the camera to take pictures of the goods during manufacturing, inspection, or relocation.
- Robot vision: The robotic arm frequently faces a variety of movements when a USB3 machine vision camera is used in conjunction with it. The USB3 camera can guide the arm while it completes tasks like Pick & Place objects thanks to the 15-meter USB3 cable.
- Process monitoring: This lengthy 15-meter USB3 cable may be useful if the USB3 camera and vision application are not in the same room. There's no need for additional switches or extension cords.
|USB-A male to Micro-B male
|Max continuous flex bending life
|> 20 million bends
|Minimum bend radius
|60mm static ; 30mm dynamic (short duration)