Scan code: LN126460 Manufacturer code: CSV-1596

Club3D USB Gen1 Type-C 6-in-1 Hub

Club3D CSV-1596 6-in-1 USB Type-C Hub, 1x HDMI 8K30Hz-4K120Hz, 2x USB Type-A, 2x USB Type-C, 1x RJ45, 100w PD Charging

Scan code: LN126460 Manufacturer code: CSV-1596
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Product Overview

Club 3D CSV-1596 USB Gen1 Type-C 6-in-1 Hub

The Club 3D CSV-1596 is a USB Gen1 Type-C, 6-in-1 Hub with HDMI™8K30Hz-4K120Hz, 2xUSB Type-A, RJ45 and 2xUSB Type-C, Data and PD charging 100 watt, providing an ideal solution for extending the port of Type-C/Thunderbolt host (PC/Laptop/Mobile phone, etc.), especially for those host with a single Type-C port. This hub adopts the latest DP1.4 Alt mode supported IC, enabling to output HDMI™ video with max. 8K30Hz-4K120Hz and at the meanwhile transfer USB 3.1 data with max 5Gbps. The USB Type-A and Type-C data ports allow you to connect 4 USB devices simultaneously. 1 Gigabit Ethernet for super-fast Ethernet. Besides, the Type-C female supports PD 3.0 PD Charging 100W (15W is dedicated to the functioning of this product, the rest power(max 85W) will be passed to charge for the host. This 6-in-1 Hub will work on all DP Alt mode supported Type-C hosts.


• 1x USB Type-C Male (Host connection).

• 1x HDMI™ Female for connecting to Monitor.
• 1x USB Type-A Female Data.
• 1x USB Type-A Female Charging/Data.
• 1x USB Type-C Female Data only.
• 1x USB Type-C Female PD Charging only.
• 1x RJ45 Jack.

Interface USB Type-C
  • 1 x HDMI
  • 1 x RJ45
  • 2 x USB Type-A (Female)
  • 2 x USB Type-C
Additional Information
Scan Code LN126460
Model Number CSV-1596
GTIN 8719214472344

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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

24 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 474747
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