USB hub features rugged housing, targets multiple applications

May 14, 2015
Read about the latest release from ACCESS I/O, the USB-3.5-HUB, which features four USB 2.0 ports and targets  such applications as industrial automation, embedded OEM, transportation/automotive, military/government, and laboratory.

Featuring four USB 2.0 ports, the USB-3.5-HUB from ACCES I/O features extended temperature operation (-40°F to 185°F), a 3.5" front panel drive bay mounting position, and a rugged, industrialized housing, making it suitable for deployment in industrial automation, embedded OEM, transportation/automotive, military/government, and laboratory applications. The USB-3.5-HUB, which is also USB 3.0/3.1 compatible, achieves data transfer rates up to 480 Mbps and is self-powered directly from the Berg connector fed from the PC power supply and can provide a full 500mA source at 5V on each of the downstream ports. Available accessories include embedded OEM USB cables for connecting to an available host USB port on your motherboard (either standard or metric spacing) and a power splitter cable in case your Berg connector is already being used. In addition, the USB-3.5-HUB features LED indicators for power and fault conditions for each downstream port.

To Learn More:

Contact:ACCES I/O
Headquarters: San Diego, CA, USA
Product: USB-3.5-HUB
Key features: Four USB 2.0 ports (USB 3.0/3.1 compatible), data transfer rates up to 480 Mbps, extended temperature operation, 4” x 4” x 1” low profile steel enclosure.

What ACCES I/O says:
View more information on the USB-3.5-HUB.

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