We have one of these hubs, but we don't know which power supply transformer to plug into it - how many volts
is it supposed to be, does anyone know? You have a
picture of this exact same unit on this site, so I'm hoping...
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Should be just a changeover the hub is not very intelligent so there should not be too much issue. Speed of hub ports ? 10/100/1000 Mb/s
hubs basically repeat the network packets to all ports .
what feeds into the hub what speed is it at and what speeds does the hub support is the only issue you may have. Assuming you have ethernet hubs.
MUST use 5 hubs power supply AC to DC adapter with the 5 hub device.
do not just pull power plug out of 4 hub and put it in 5 hub device unless you know they are compatible with same DC voltage and current rating it is much simpler not to mix them up.
Most likely your USB hub is not capable of supplying enough power to support all your peripheral devices. USB devices are powered by 5 volts from the USB port. If you connect a hub to a USB port and connect a lot of devices to the hub, there is not enough 5 volt power to let all devices work. To fix this, most USB hubs have an external power option that when plugged in will supply extra power for any connected devices. If your hub does not have an external power option I would suggest you purchase a new hub that does have an external power supply.
hi YOU CAN FIND THE SOLUTION FOR YOUR HUB
Integrated/Included Cable Length
1.8m Belkin Pro Series USB Device Cable
1 x Power LED (Green), 4 x Port Indicator LEDs (Green)
Max. Load Per Port
USB 4-Port Hub, USB Device Cable (A-B), User Guide,
Power Supply Specifications
5 V DC 4 A (Provided)
Option to Expand/Cascade
Yes, via Hubs of this design (stackable) or other
High-Impact Plastic Enclosure
You first need a CAT 5 cable to go to where your internet connection is, such as a modem or another router to your hub. Then you plug another CAT 5 from the hub to your PC. You need to feed internet to the hub then your pc will recieve a connection from the hub. And of course the hub does need power. Hope that's what you were asking.
Most USB hubs do not need an external power supply, except when a connected USB device draws more power than the computer/laptop USB port can supply. In this case an external power supply will need to be connected to the USB hub. Normally this would be a 5 volt power supply, but make sure the polarity on the connector matches the power connector on the hub, check the label on the hub, sometimes it states to power requirements of the hub as well as the polarity on the connector. Normally the pin on the hub's power connector is positive (ie. +5V)
Sounds like you may need what is called a "Crossover Cable' connecting your router to your hub, or if either device has an uplink port, use it on one device to connect to normal port on other device. Here are instructions for making your own cables: