This USB hub comes with an average 24-Watt Power Supply. With it, we can power some USB devices like light portable hard drives, but don’t expect to power all USB ports. 5 Volts at 1 Amp per port would mean the entire hub would consume 35W which is over the 24W limit.
The hub presentation makes a good first impression. We first get the technical details:
We will then find the hub behind it fully protected:
Under it, we find the USB cable and power supply:
The power supply indeed is a 12V/2A adapter, so we get 24W in total:
Let’s take a closer look at the USB Hub:
This hub uses a USB Type B 3.0 connector. The power supply is of barrel type, like those of the hard disk drives. Each port has an LED on the other side of the hub.
This is the entire content we get:
Because of the low power output, I’m using this hub with USB devices that are not USB-Powered. Here we can see how the hub look with some devices connected to it:
It has to be noted that this hub also works without connecting the power adapter, which is great if we intend to use it with already-powered USB devices. I have not experienced any issues as of yet.
You can buy this USB hub on Amazon at the following link: