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Hubport "DC" models are intended for applications where there is no traditional AC power source (outlet), but instead a DC power source, such as a vehicle.@ DC style Hubports ship with a bare wire ... Jul 06, 2017
The Hubport PlusPower “Power Management” feature - @this applies only to:1. In a nutshell, what does this feature do? @It offers@the ability to power on/off USB ports via software.2. Why was this f... Jul 06, 2017
The Hubport/PCI+ LP 1x24V doesn't have gold "keys", so it's not possible to connect it to a motherboard's PCI slot.The lack of gold "keys" is actually normal. Instead of connecting the Hubport to t... Jul 06, 2017
Newer Hubports, such as the compact ("c") models and the Hubport/14 are USB 2.0 hubs that offer a feature called Multi-TT switched USB architecture. This article is intended to explain how much ban... Jul 06, 2017
Per the USB specifications, the maximum cable length from a USB port (or USB hub) to a USB peripheral device is as follows:For a Low Speed (USB 1.0) device:@ 3 meters (about 10 feet)For Full Speed ... Jul 06, 2017
USB port #1 (the first from the left) is 24V. @@The remaining USB ports, 2-4, are all 12V.@ Note: @Depending on the age of the unit. the USB ports may be all Black (older variants) or a mixture of ... Jul 06, 2017
The AnywhereUSB is a network-attached USB 2.0* hub. While theoretically any USB device should work, realistically there are limitations, some of which can be worked around and some of which cannot.... Jul 06, 2017
Although this information is documented in the respective Installation Guides, here is a summary of what the LED behavior indicates on common Digi USB products:@AnywhereUSB:@@On all model AnywhereU... Jul 06, 2017