The US-4A is ideal for home offices, small offices, classrooms or any other venue where a need exists to make USB printers and other devices available to networked computers.
Works Over Both Ethernet and Wi-Fi Networks
With the US-4A, there’s no need to physically connect a computer to a printer. It works over both Ethernet and Wi-Fi networks, making it easy to print to a USB printer or connect to other USB devices from any networked computer—even a Wi-Fi laptop.
Supports Multiple Devices
The US-4A is capable of supporting up to eight USB devices, including USB printers, scanners, hard drives, keyboards, mice and more.
Provides Full-Speed Data Transfer
The US-4A’s USB 2.0 ports support data transfer rates up to 12 Mbps, with bi-directional communication between the computer and the USB device, speeding print jobs and other functions across the network.
Ten LEDs (three system, three network, four for the USB ports) display the US-4A’s operational status. You can tell at a glance if the server is connected to the network, if the server hardware and software are working properly, and which USB ports are currently in use.
|System LED Status Modes |
|LED 1 (Green) Off ||No power—check power supply |
|LED 1 (Green) On ||Server powered and booted up |
|LED 1 (Green) Blinking ||Server working |
|LED 1 (Green) Blinking LED 2 or 3 (Red) Blinking ||Firmware error—contact tech support |
|USB Port LED Status Modes |
|LED (Green) Off ||No power—check power supply |
|LED 1 (Green) On ||Server working/port active |
|LED 1 (Green) Blinking ||USB device not supported/communications failure |
Free Software Upgrades
Need to update the US-4A’s software? The process is quick and simple with free software downloads. Simply visit the US-4A’s product page on Tripp Lite’s website, click on the Help & Downloads tab and select your desired software download.
What’s in the Box
CD with driver software and owner’s manual
Quick Start Guide
Connector A: RJ45 (FEMALE)
Connector B: USB A (FEMALE) x 4
LEDs: 1 Green, 2 Red (System) 4 Green (USB Ports)
IP Addressing: Static/DHCP/ZeroConfig
Data Transfer Rate: Up to 12 Mbps
Mac OS X (v10.3 or later)