Dynamode 7 Port USB2 Powered Hub - USB-H70-1A2.0

7 Port Dynamode USB 2.0 Powered Hub with 50cm Cable

Scan code: LN45701 Manufacturer code: USB-H70-1A2.0 Request call
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Product Overview Introducing the new and improved 7-Port Active USB.20 Hub from Dynamode. Now available with higher speed 480Mbps transfer rates with the added bonus of individual overcurrent protection to keep your equipment safe this Dynamode USB Hub is actively powered so can be used in any USB application such as Printers, Scanners and Video/Audio applications. Features • Supports data transfer rate up to 480Mbps (USB2.0).
• Supports up to 127 high-speed devices.
• Compatible with USB 1.1.
• Individual port with overcurrent protection.
• Cable Length: 50cm
Interface USB 2.0
Connectivity 7 x USB 2.0

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7 Port Dynamode USB 2.0 Powered Hub with 50cm Cable is rated 1.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Feeds power back through USB This hub feeds power back into my Raspberry Pi to the extent that you can pull the main USB power chord and the Pi stays on. I understand this can cause problems because the Pi does not have the same level of protection from surge as it does in its proper USB power input.
Date published: 2016-07-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rubbish, do not buy First unit broke within an hour. Note that no high current peripherals were attached either, just a mouse and keyboard for now. External power unit was plugged in too. The RMA replacement has broken within a couple of days. Piece of junk, not worth wasting a few quid on.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Backfeeds RaspberryPi When you power up a RaspberryPi with its own power supply, and then connect this hub, you are able to remove the raspberrypi power supply and have it remain on with the voltage that feeds back down to the Pi. This is against the USB spec and dangerous, this can potentially damage the Pi and any other USB equipment including laptops or PCs. Though, without the power connected to the hub at all, it works just fine as an non-powered usb hub
Date published: 2016-04-11
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Questions & Answers

How many AMP's per port

Hi, What is the max AMP output per port? I need to plug some USB devices that consume 1.3AMP + 5 x 500mAmp. Can it hold that level of consumption?
Asked by: tech
The mains adapter which ships with the unit (I have one) is only rated to 1000mA @5V so the hub is not going to put our 1300mA.
Answered by: Iamafish
Date published: 2016-09-17
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Dynamode 7 Port USB2 Powered Hub - USB-H70-1A2.0
Dynamode 7 Port USB2 Powered Hub - USB-H70-1A2.0