7-Port USB 3.0 Hub for normal Charging and Data USBGear's USBG-BREC307 is a USB 3.0 7-Port Hub that mountable to any flat secure surface. The hub's 5Gbps data transfer rates follow the standard for USB 3.0 SuperSpeed for streaming information or other data. The 7-Port USB 3.0 hub is easily transported with its small form factor design or can be placed in a stationary position by wall or table top mounting.
- Kfd Super Speed Usb 3.0 7-port Usb Hub For Mac
- Kfd Super Speed Usb 3.0 7-port Usb Hub For Macbook Pro
The USB 3.0 7-Port hub chassis is a heavy duty extruded aluminum with 7 USB 3.0 ports and mounting flanges on either end where movement isn't an option. The hub follows Battery Charging specifications 1.2 distributing 900mA to each port for normal charging, it is designed for excellent heat distribution while in operation in various environments transferring data at USB 3.0 speeds. The USBG-BREC307 hub is also backward compatible with specifications of USB 2.0 High Speed or, USB 1.1 Low Speed for use with older devices. Suggested USB 3.0 hub applications may include: Industrial, Medical, Education, Business, Laboratory, and Gaming.
Kfd Super Speed Usb 3.0 7-port Usb Hub For Mac
Tripp Lite USB 3.0 Charging Hub 7+1 Port Hub with Dedicated Charging Port Mfr P/N: U360-007 OWC SKU: TRPU360007 Super-Speed USB 3.0 Hub with Power Adapter for Mac & PC. Seven ports for charging & data transfer plus one dedicated charging port for high power electronics like the iPad. The KWZ-700-BK is a 7-port Super Speed USB 3.0 hub, that provides additional USB 3.0 ports to your computer. The KWZ-700 is slim, stylish, fast, and portable.
USBG-BREC307 Features. Includes a charging function to power each port up to 900mA, enough for normal charging. Adds 7 USB 3.0 ports via its included Type-A to Type-B Cable. Bus-Powered with Limit current protection. Backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1. Supports SuperSpeed USB 3.0 over each port with transfer rates up to 5Gbps. Includes a charging function to power each port up to 900mA, enough for normal charging.
Compliant with Fast Charging for international battery charging 1.2 Standard Protocol and Smart Control. Support included for Plug-and-Play and hot swapping. No driver installation needed. Compatible with all operating systems. Dimensions in Inches: 4.625in (L) x 1.691in(W) x.974in(H) with ears 5.241in(L). Dimensions in MM: 117.47mm (L) x 42.95mm(W) x 24.73mm(H) with ears 133.12mm Package Contents. 7-Port USB 3.0 Compact Hub (1).
Kfd Super Speed Usb 3.0 7-port Usb Hub For Macbook Pro
Power Adapter (1). USB 3.0 Type-A Male to Type-B Male Cable (1).
Needed something that could be mounted. And have daisy chained two together and works a treat with my 3 external disk drives to my iMac.
Well, it did. I had the one attached to the iMac connected to my drives. Yesterday I lost one of the drives. No matter what I did, the Mac would not see it.
Rebooted hoping to get it back, and when the system came up, I had lost another drive. I connected the two 'missing' drives to the 2nd hub that is daisy chained to the first. My Mac saw them right away. I have a backup going now on my Time Machine external (only one left visible on the primary hub) and when it finishes, I will power cycle the hub and see if the Mac can then see them again.
If not, is it logical that I could actually lose ports on a powered usb hub?Will update with what I learn.I had 3 external drives attached to this hub. As well as a 2nd, identical, hub daisy chained. 1 of the drives on the primary went off line. I rebooted my Mac. When it came back up the 2nd of 3 drives was not available. I disconnected and reconnected the same drive in the same hub. I plugged both drives into the chained hub, and it worked.
I reconnected them back to the primary and still no joy. It wasn't until, like the other reviewer said, I powered cycled the hub did the 3 come back on the original hub. I have had this hub since the middle of July and it has been constantly on and connected. It was only today that I had problems. I am outside my return window to Amazon. I will watch the hub and see if it the problem recurs. If so, I will contact the manufacturer.
The hub, when it works, is perfect for my needs. When.As with everything YMMV.