i-tec Hub (16Ports)
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i-tec Hub

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È possibile caricare fino a 16 apparecchi contemporaneamente tramite le spine USB 3.0 disponibili. L'interfaccia USB 3.0 è particolarmente efficace per il trasferimento dati via USB 3.0 da schede di memoria...

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USB 3.0
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USB 3.0 - B
1 x
Presa USB 3.0 Micro-A
No
USB tipo C
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Anonymous

2 mesi fa

@Digitec & @i-tec Support : How is one supposed to be able --as claimed-- to simultaneously load 16 Devices with the maximum of 10Watts per Port with the 90Watt Power Supply this HUB comes with? 0.o Are you trying to sell us Free Energy USB Hubs now? XD Facing this, i'm curious of what will happen, if one really would add 16 Loads which try to suck 10Watts? Will it go up in a Mushroom Cloud, or is there any Protection? How will the Protection react, if any is in Place at all? With that i mean, let's say i run a Cluster of ~10Watt consuming ARM Devices with that HUB, which of Course should not abruptly had to take Power drops, so what will happen if i add a 10th 10Watt consuming Device, which surely would overload the possible 90Watts? Will the HUB lower Power across the entire HUB and therefore under powering all the ARM Servers, which leads to Data Loss, or will it even blow a Main Fuse of the HUB and therefore terminating all the running Servers brutally? If so, what Type of Fuse? Resettable Ones? Or does it just intelligently block the Power - or blow the Fuse of the 10th Devices Port? What happens if one Port alone gets overloaded, with lets say a Raspberry Pi4@~15Watts, or even beefier Devices? PS. A Arduino/Raspberry PI GPIO per Port controllable USB HUB like this gigantic one would be cool ;D Tip: It is nice that you have a fancy Tux Sign on your Website to suggest, that this HUB should be GNU+Linux compatible, but i think Delock did a much better Job by publishing which Chipset their probably identical HUB uses, and since which Kernel Version it should be supported! <--I usually prefer to buy from People who are at least this much professional;) Posting `uname -srvmo; dmesg | tail; lsusb -v -d ${vendor}:${product}` Outputs after connecting the HUB to a Linux Machine would be even better, and would result in much <3 & $ from Linux Users! Thanks in advance for plausible Answers!

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rmkrause

2 mesi fa

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When overloaded it burns the ac adaptor and the your house fuse. On lower loads it works quite well. 

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