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StarTech.com Mountable Rugged Industrial 7 Port USB Hub (ST7200USBM)

45 customer reviews

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USB 2.0
7 Port
  • Provides 7 USB 2.0 ports
  • USB bus powered or external terminal block with support for 7 ~ 24VDC input
  • Industrial strength, all-metal enclosure
  • High Speed USB 2.0 compliant, with transfer rates up to 480 Mbps
  • 350W surge protection on each USB port
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Product Description

Capacity: USB 2.0 | Model: 7 Port

This sturdy, industrial grade USB 2.0 hub can be wall mounted or installed onto a DIN rail for convenient access to its 7 female USB 2.0 ports, providing a work area, server room, or industrial environment with USB 2.0 connectivity.

With support for Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps, this 7 port USB hub is backwards compatible with USB 1.1 specifications and can be powered through the host USB bus, or self powered using a three wire terminal block connector (7-24V).


Product Details

Capacity: USB 2.0 | Model: 7 Port
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 2.4 x 1.4 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003AVPUZG
  • Item model number: ST7200USBM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,574 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

From the Manufacturer

A single USB host connection provides 7 additional USB ports

This sturdy, industrial grade USB 2.0 hub can be wall mounted or installed onto a DIN rail for convenient access to its 7 female USB 2.0 ports, providing a work area, server room, or industrial environment with USB 2.0 connectivity.

High Speed USB 2.0 compliant, with transfer rates up to 480 Mbps

With support for Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps, this 7 port USB hub is backwards compatible with USB 1.1 specifications and can be powered through the host USB bus, or self powered using a three wire terminal block connector (7-24V).

Guaranteed Reliability

The ST7200USBM has a compact and lightweight design with surface or DIN rail mounting options and is backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

Package Contents

Applications

Add 7 external, wall/DIN rail mountable USB 2.0 ports from a single USB connection

-Add additional, easy to access USB ports to rack mounted equipment

-Install a USB hub that can be securely mounted to a surface or inside an equipment rack DIN rail

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What's in the Box

1 - USB 2.0 Hub

2 - DIN rail mounting bracket

1 - Locking USB Cable

1 - Screw kit

1 - Instruction Manual

Features

  • Provides 7 USB 2.0 ports
  • USB bus powered or external terminal block with support for 7 ~ 24VDC input
  • Compact and lightweight design with surface or DIN rail mounting options
  • Industrial strength, all-metal enclosure
  • High Speed USB 2.0 compliant, with transfer rates up to 480 Mbps
  • 350W surge protection on each USB port
  • Plug-and-Play and Hot-Swap compatible
  • Includes a 2 meter screw-locking USB cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ralph on May 6, 2014
Style Name: 7 PortSize: USB 3.0 Verified Purchase
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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 16, 2014
Style Name: 7 PortSize: USB 3.0
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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth M. Nyberg on January 29, 2014
Style Name: 4 PortSize: USB 2.0
We've bought about 10 so far.

We were having some problems wiping out the small industrial embedded computers we use in the systems we manufacture. Not good. We finally ended up determining it was a problem with USB combined load, and perhaps isolation from remote down stream devices as well as potential ground potential differences frying the computers.

One significant thing we did was to use this little hub to isolate some USB devices from the computer. Two system critical devices each connect to one channel of the USB in the computer, and the third available channel connects to this hub. All other USB equipment, such as touch screen display, connect through the hub.

A BIG advantage of this hub is that it can be powered from 24 VDC. We draw no power from the computer.

The review by Xemed LLC here is very good and describes the unit well.

The one thing he didn't include was a description of how to set up the power supply.

HERE IS THE INFO ON THE JUMPERS

Inside the box, on the top side of the circuit board there are two small standard type jumpers. They are located near the bottom edge of the board holding it so you can read it.

The two jumpers are marked U and T in small letters on the circuit board.

U stands for USB power, in other words power from the upstream USB on the computer,

T stands for Terminal, and means the power supplied from the green Phoenix connector.

BOTH are connected as the hub is shipped. To use ONLY the external power, meaning no power connection to the computer, remove the U jumper, and leave the T jumper in place. Of course if you want only computer power, you could remove the T.
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