The USBG-7U2ML 2.0 is a Hi-Speed 7-port USB 2.0 hub that is backward compatible with USB 1.0 and 1.1. It provides an out of the box industry standard that allows connection of up to seven USB peripherals or devices.
The USBG-7U2ML is designed to provide quick and easy access to your USB devices. It provides seven type “A” downstream ports for connecting USB devices. A single type “B” upstream port connects the USBG-7U2ML to the host computer or another USB hub. The connection allows up to 127 devices by cascading multiple hubs. Configured directly by the operating system, the USBG-7U2ML operates seamlessly with both Microsoft Windows and AppleOperating Systems.
The USBG-7U2ML USB 2.0 Hub buffers USB data from any attached peripheral in compliance with USB specifications. The 7-Port USB 2.0 slim Hub supports both low speed (1.5Mbps and 12Mbps) and high-speed (480Mbps) devices. Each port creates a bridge between the peripheral and host computer.
LED provides power port status while connected. The USBG-7U2ML includes a Quick Install Guide, a 6-foot Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified A to B cable, and an 110/220 AC power supply.
- Compliant with USB Specification Revision 2.0
- Built-in NEC uPD720113 USB 2.0 Hub Controller
- Supports High-speed and or Full-speed Packet
- Protocol Sequencer for Endpoint 0/1
- Provides 7 Downstream Facing Ports
- Supports 480Mbps, 12Mbps and 1.5Mbps Speed
- One Transaction Translator per Hub and Supports 4 Concurrent Non-periodic Transactions
- Supports Self-powered and Bus-powered Mode
- Supports Power Port Status with LED
- Dimensions: 6.013in(L) (7.013 w/flange) x 2.350in(W) x .908(H)
- Hub Weight: .612 lbs
- Windows 7, 8, Windows 10
- Linux and Mac OS 10.X
- Operating Temp: 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
- Operating Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
- USB 2.0 7 Port Hub
- 5V 4A output power adapter
- 6ft. USB 2.0 A to B cable
- Paper installation guide
*Surface Mounting screws not included.
Erik Rumbaugh –
I wanted a hub that I could mount to a shelf in my media rack so I could easily change out the external USB hard disks that I use for media storage. This fits the bill and is of excellent build quality. I was a little concerned about the cost of the hub but after it arrived and I saw the build quality I can say that it’s worth every penny if you need quality USB hub to mount somewhere.
Wrecking Crew –
I needed a hub to mount to a wood base and this worked so well that I bought another. Making flight sim ‘decks’…
This hub has stood up well to a few static charges; the case is tied to ground in my installation.
I bought this becoz of my CAS system. I am using a laptop so it doesn’t hv enough power to power up the Benchmark DAC1…..
After using this USB hub, the background noise reduces a lot and the Bass is tightened up. The build quality is superb~
Norman Weinstein “Norm” –
This has performed flawlessly as a powered USB 7 port hub.
Durable construction is a fine substitution for sleek plastic styling. Low Profile with thoughtful ears to screw this hub to a surface set it apart as a “let’s just get the job done” unit.
Plug and Play, it just works with no drama. When a device is plugged in, the OS responds as quickly as if it had been plugged directly into a USB port on the motherboard.
No contest for price and performance. I see it is not currently available on Amazon, it would be nice if it is available again.
a+ design and execution on this item. the mass of the metal housing keeps it from getting yanked around as is the case with plastic hubs. works perfectly. let me know when the usb 3.0 version is out!