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Compact 4 Port USB 2.0 Hub

PRO SIGNAL 021160

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Manufacturer Part No:
021160
Newark Part No.:
40P0985
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Sleek, ultra-compact hub with 4 USB 2.0 ports
  • Transfer rates up to 480 Mbps
  • LED status indicator
  • No power supply required, powered via USB port
  • Supports Win XP/Vista/7/8
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 48x36x31mm

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Is this device powered with an AC adapter? I did not see a mention of AC power anywhere in the description.
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021160 is the Pro signal part number for USB hub which is powered with USB port only.
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Is this hub powered by the device it's connected to, does it draw power and put a load on whatever it is connected to? I thought it was a powered hub, meaning it supplied its own power and wasn't a drain on the main device. If it draws from the primary device can it be connected to an external power supply? It appears to have an electrical input on the side. If it can be connected to a power supply, what should the supply be rated at?
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Part No.021160 (#40P0985) is a 4 port USB hub which is BUS powered (self) i.e it draws power from USB.

Part No.021170 (#40P0986 ) is a 7 port USB hub which uses external power supply (5V @500mA).
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Newark order code #40P0986 (MPN: 021170) is an 7 port USB hub, It has center posted hole which is meant for providing external power supply (5V @500mA) (attached picture-1)

Newark order code # 40P0985 (MPN: 021160 ) is an 4 port USB hub, this device is USB self powered which does not require external power supply. (attached picture-2)
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2 years, 3 months ago
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It appears to have a jack for external power and I am wondering if one can be used. If so, do you sell such an item?
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Newark order code # 40P0985 (MPN: 021160 ) is an 4 port USB hub, this device is USB self powered which does not require external power supply.

Newark order code #40P0986 (MPN: 021170) is an 7 port USB hub, It has center posted hole which is meant for providing external power supply (5V @500mA)
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