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NEW PRODUCTS – USB Mini Hub with Power Switch / USB Mini Hub with Power Switch – OTG Micro-USB

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NEW PRODUCTS – USB Mini Hub with Power Switch / USB Mini Hub with Power Switch – OTG Micro-USB


USB Mini Hub with Power Switch

Do you want your cup to runneth over with USB ports? Do you want it to also be filled with the sweet, sweet nectar of an on-off switch? If the answer to either of those questions is yes – or “I never really thought about it that way but I guess so” – then this is the perfect product for you!

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This mini USB hub has four USB 2.0 ports each with a max total transmission speed up to 480 MBps. All four ports are powered thru the USB micro-B cable. There’s also a single on-off switch that controls the four USB ports. There is a port for an external power supply but its connected directly to the 5V line so if you need to externally power, we recommend prying open the case and cutting the red 5V line from the USB connection.

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These are great for expanding your BeagleBone Black, Pi A+ or other single-board-computer’s USB capability to add a bunch of ports. It’s also great for giving your laptop or computer a few more plug-in options.

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In stock and shipping now!


USB Mini Hub with Power Switch – OTG Micro-USB

Do you ever find yourself saying, “Gee whiz I wish I could plug in 4 more USB devices to my tablet, or microcontroller with USB host, or a Pi Zero?” I did – literally every single day. But then I found this Micro USB powered hub and stopped having to repeat myself!

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This mini USB hub has four USB 2.0 ports each with a max total transmission speed up to 480 MBps. All four ports are powered thru the USB micro-B cable. There’s also a single on-off switch that controls the four USB ports. There is a port for an external power supply but its connected directly to the 5V line so if you need to externally power, we recommend prying open the case and cutting the red 5V line from the USB connection.

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This hub is great for expanding your Pi Zero’s USB port, or connecting to a tablet or other device with OTG USB, no adapter required!

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In stock and shipping now!


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