USB Type-A or Type-C to 5-Gigabit Ethernet Adapter [10/100/1000/2500/5000 Mbps]

  • Convert any USB Type-A or Type-C port into a standard RJ45 5 Gigabit Ethernet port.
  • Rugged aluminum construction for durability and maximum heat dissipation.
  • Up to 5 Gigabits per second for up to (at least) 100 meters of CAT 6 cable.
  • Bus-powered, eliminates the need for external power adaptors. LED indicators for connection and speed status.
  • Fully compliant with the IEEE Standard 802.3bz (5GBASE-T). Backward compatible with slower Ethernet connections, devices, and cables.

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The Sabrent USB to 5 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (NT-SS5G) is a high-speed network solution for your Desktop or Notebook with a USB Type-A or Type-C port. This adapter enables you to connect directly to a network through your USB port. Simply plug your Ethernet cable into the Sabrent Adapter and the USB cable into your computer to conveniently establish a high-speed connection. Enclosed within a rugged aluminum body makes this one of the most durable network adapters and ideal for heat dissipation. 

Please Note: It is recommended to use (at least) a USB 3.0 port for maximum performance. 


System requirements

• Windows XP or higher. 

• Mac OS 10.4 or higher. 

• Linux 2.4 or higher. 


Package Contents  

• USB to 5G Ethernet Adapter. 

• USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable 

• USB Type-C to USB Type-A cable. 

• User’s manual.

Tech Specs






1-year warranty without registration

Register your product to extend your warranty coverage to 2 years


Why Register Your Sabrent Product?

Registration of your Sabrent product enables us to offer you the best service through important recall notifications and proof of ownership. Registering within 90 days of your purchase makes sure you don’t forget this important step, and it allows us to extend your warranty. A 1-year warranty will be extended to a 2-, 3-, or 5-year warranty depending on the product type.

Is this compatible with Apple M1-based Macs?

When used on a Apple M1-based system, the performance will be limited to 1GbE speeds.