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StarTech.com 7-Port Metal Industrial SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hub Rail Mountable (ST7300USBM)


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  • Add 7 external wall/DIN rail mountable USB 3.0 ports to a PC or server from a single USB 3.0 connection
  • Compatible with IBM BladeCenter / HP ProLiant
  • 7 Port Industrial USB 3.0 Hub w/ Surge Protection / Rugged USB 3.0 Hub w/ Terminal Block / Metal USB Hub
  • Din Rail Mountable USB 3.0 Hub / Heavy Duty USB Hub
  • Wall / Rack Mountable USB 3.0 Hub / Server and Network Room USB Hub
  • Factory / Warehouse USB 3.0 Hub
  • Terminal Block USB 3.0 Hub w/ 350 Watt Surge Protection for industrial locations

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 7.5 x 2.6 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009AT5T1W
  • Item model number: ST7300USBM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 11, 2012

Product Description

ST7300USBM Alternate View
Provide connections for up to 7 USB 3.0 (or USB 2.0 devices as backward compatible) devices and adaptable to industrial or server room installations.
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7 Port Metal Industrial SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hub – Mountable

The ST7300USBM Industrial-grade 7-Port USB 3.0 Hub offers a simple way to expand a system's current USB capability, by adding 7 external SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports from a single USB 3.0 host connection.

Product Features & Applications
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 compliant, supporting full 5Gbps bandwidth
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.x specifications and devices
  • 350 Watt surge protection on each port
  • Supports USB Battery Charging specification 1.1
  • Support for screw-locking USB cables (sold separately)
  • All-metal chassis
  • Built-in surface-mounting brackets and optional DIN rail mounts
  • Included 2-wire terminal block for 7 to 40VDC power input for high power devices
  • Install in locations where multiple USB 3.0 ports need to be securely mounted to a surface, such as a wall or under a desk, or in an equipment rack
  • Expand USB 3.0 capability to areas that are subject to large temperature variances, or where physical damage may occur (e.g. Industrial settings such as within a factory)
  • Connect industrial printers, cameras, sensors/monitoring equipment, touchscreens, CNC machines/controllers
ST7300USBM Alternate View
Add 7 external, wall/DIN rail mountable USB 3.0 ports to a computer from a single USB connection
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Flexible Installation for Various Environments: Desktop, Rack or Wall Mount

Designed to provide reliable performance even in extreme operating environments, this industrial-grade hub features a rugged, all-metal chassis which can be securely mounted to most surfaces and walls. Plus, the hub includes optional DIN rail mounts that can be used for equipment rack installations.

Compliant with the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 specification, this industrial-grade hub supports 5Gbps bandwidth, and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.x specifications, for simultaneous support of older USB peripherals or even older systems that lack USB 3.0 capabilities.


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It performs as described.
David Embury
15 amps is more than enough to keep each port fully powered.
Gore
Not all ports are USB 3 capable.
Owen Greenblatt

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By woog on May 6, 2014
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We purchased this for use in an industrial prototype. It has performed flawlessly for our uses.

As some have noted, the power supply issue may confuse non-technical users. If you are a non-technical user here is what you need to know: (1) almost any power supply that provides *ANYTHING* between 7 and 40 Volts is fine. The device actually regulates that down to what it needs internally. The range is deliberate, to give you a wide variety of options. If you have the choice, go for the lower end of the range. (2) The device does not require external power (by default it is bus-powered, despite showing up as non-bus powered. Do be aware that you'll have to cut the end off the power supply cord and use the supplied screw terminal to connect to the hub.

Technical users should be aware of two issues:
(1) It is technically 2 4-port hubs connected serially internally. Bus-powered hubs are actually not allowed to be connected in serial, which may be why the device pretends it is self-powered even when running off bus power (when external power is not supplied).
(2) You can force the device to be only self-powered by setting jumpers inside the enclosure. As with other Startech hubs this is undocumented and their technical support will not help you with this. Nevertheless if you open up the device you will find three jumpers: J1, J2, J3. These have two settings: (S) self powered aka the external connector and (B) bus powered aka the usb line from the computer. J1 is located on the lower board and has precedence. From the factory it is set as (B), so that the device stays on via bus-power even when external power is removed. Changing this to (S) allows you to turn the bus off by removing the external power. J2 and J3 are on the upper board.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gore on April 16, 2014
This is exactly what I was looking for. It's unfortunate that other reviewers didn't understand what they were buying or how this thing is supposed to be used.

What I needed was a powered USB hub that can easily accept DC voltage directly from small gauge wires. I'm using this in a car installation. All you need to do is feed DC voltage into this thing, anywhere from 7v to 40v. I'm using 12 volts from a DC/DC converter, protected by a 15 amp fuse. The hub can draw however many amps it needs to power all the devices connected to it, up to that 15 amp limit. The reviewer who claimed that a 40v/6.3amp power supply was needed clearly has it wrong and doesn't understand how USB (or electricity) works. This hub will accept ANY voltage from 7v to 40v DC. Number of amps is irrelevant, the hub will draw whatever it needs to ensure each port gets what it calls for. Such is the way of most electrical devices.

I'm not sure if this device needs regulated voltage or not. Car voltage usually varies from 12v (engine off) to 14.5v (engine running, battery charging). But since I already had a regulated 12v source in there, I figured I'd use that to be safe. 15 amps is more than enough to keep each port fully powered. Each USB port can draw at most 0.9 amp, for a total of 6.3 amps @ 5v (USB spec), which means just under 3 amps @ 12v. That leaves 12 amps @ 12v free on that circuit for other stuff.

I've found this hub to be totally reliable, even at -30c temperature. Being able to screw it down is a huge plus, especially in a permanent car installation.
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By BGM on February 5, 2013
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This box is top notch as far as quality - the box is black painted metal with mounting flanges, and comes with little metal clips for mounting to a rail. It comes with a male-A to male-B USB 3.0 cable for attaching to your computer.

However, be careful! It does *NOT* come with a power cord, and Startech does not make, sell, nor suggest anything as a solution! After a chat session, I found that to fully power the 7 USB 3.0 devices, you need a AC to DC power adapter that outputs 40 volts and 6.3 amps. I've searched all over and haven't found any solution - there is no laptop power adapter that is suitable. If I could buy a power cord for the box, I'd give it 5 stars. But as it is, I'm giving it 2 on account that I can't use the thing. At this point, I wish I had gotten something else.

What I've done is I bought: http://www.amazon.com/A200-ST2043-A355D-S6889-A505-S69803-L305D-S5869-L305D-S59222/dp/B0080E6U20/ref=sr_1_77?ie=UTF8&qid=1360113158&sr=8-77&keywords=40v+6a+dc which has DC-Output : 19V-6.3A-120W. That wouldn't be enough to fully power all the ports, but might power half of them... I cut the end off the power adapter and plugged the wires into the terminal block that StarTech provides.

StarTech says that the power light only comes on if the unit is plugged into the computer. The light does not come on if it is only plugged into the power adapter. StarTech confirms this.

This is all plugged in and nothing has blown up yet. There are a couple of interesting SuperUser posts about USB powering:
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As for Startech, the person in their chat-support was patient and willing to help, but did not have a viable solution to the problem, and didn't promise anything.
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