I have a Zonet ZFS3008N 8 port Ethernet hub which requires a
dc adapter to connect it to 110 volts. The device itself gives no clue as to how many dc volts the adapter has to be or the polarity of the tip. Could you please give me this information so I can network my computers? My E-Mail address is TURK08@q.com This information would be greatly appreciated.. I've been looking for a couple of hours with no results!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
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.
This hub is USB powered through your computer while you are using the
first ports available. If you use ALL at once ports you will need to add the
appropriate AC/DC external power adapter to supply the needed extra
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
method 1: buy a power adapter that has a switch controlled output voltage - they usually have 3V - 4.5V - 6V - 7.5V - 9V and 12V selectable output. Start with 6V and if its not working unplug, select 9 and try again etc. etc.
method 2: open the case and locate an electrolytic capacitor right near the power plug - the biggest one. Note the voltage (for example it may say: 1000uF/15V) and have in mind that your device MUST work at a LOWER level that this.
I don't have the original power supply for my QU2RCT7 either, but most hubs use a 5v DC power adapter, typically with a 2A. (2 amp) rating. I'm using such an adapter with my QU2RCT7 and it works fine. Make sure the adapter you select is tip-positive (ie, the "+" terminal is the "tip," or center, of the connector).
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)