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Servo Extension - CAT6 (non-boosted)

This “non-boosted” servo extension board allows up to four different servos to be plugged into it and transfer data up to through a common CAT6 cable before being converted back into servo pin-outs on another extension board (sold separately). This non-boosted servo extension board simply allows you to use a CAT6 cable to transmit your servo signals and power. It is limited to around 8 feet. If you want to transmit longer distances, couple it with a boosted adapter (check below).

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Servo Extension - CAT6 (non-boosted) Product Help and Resources

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Boosted vs non boosted

The Servo Extension - CAT6 (boosted) board is receive only and should be at the servo end of your cable run. Use the Servo Extension - CAT6 (non-boosted) board (this product) on the sending end of your cable. The non boosted board can be used as a transmitter or receiver but only if your CAT6 run is short.


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