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Isolated USB Converter

Isolated USB Converter


Product Information

1. Description


If you want your USB device to be electronically isolated from computer, this product is exactly what you are looking for. This electrical isolated USB Converter has its "A" plugs and the "A" Receptacles connected by photocouplers, providing no direct electrical connection to computer, thus ensure the safety of your computer when you are using devices which may access to high voltage.




2. Packing specification


Name of the part



Isolated USB converter




Input: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz      Output:5.2V 1000mA


Power cable

Connect power to the converter











 (Weight of  USB ISO : 130g)


3. Product Picture 



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                 Picture 1 Finished product(Front)






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                         Picture 2 Finished product (back)


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                  Picture 3 Finished product (side)

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           Picture 4 Converter ready with its red light on


4. Features


1 Compliant with USB 2.0 specification

2 Supports full speed (12 Mbps) and low speed (1.5 Mbps) operations

3 Isolation model: Photocoupler

4 Supports win98/me/XP/vista/win7/ Mac/ Linux

5 Withstand voltage >1000V

6 No software required

7 Power specification: Input 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 200mA

                                 Output 5.2V 1000mA

8 The power's two pin plug is of China mainland standard, if you want else to fit local use, please let us know

 5. Operating instruction



 As the picture shows, connect the USB plug to your computer, then connect the converter with the power with the power cable, and finally you can connect the device that may access to high voltage now without worrying the risk of damaging your computer.


Note: (About the Power supply  type , If you have special request , please let me know .)

Add to Cart:

  • Model: Isolated USB Converter
  • Shipping Weight: 300g
  • 998 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 May, 2011.