Cable Depot Inc. Datasheets for Network Hubs

Network hubs provide a central location for attaching wires to workstations. Often, these hardware devices include a network switch that controls how and where data is forwarded.
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Product Name Notes
USB Hub -- ADP3161 USB 4 Port Hub 1.1 Four Port USB Hub ADP3161 provides an electronic interface between USB devices and the host. The ADP3161 allows up to four USB devices or hubs...
USB Hub -- ADP31612 USB 4 Port Hub 2.0 - Powered by Bus or Externally Features: Fully compatible with USB 2.0 & USB 1.1 Data Transfer Rate: USB 1.1 OHCI 1.1 1.5Mbps, 12Mbps; USB...
USB Hub -- ADP3168 USB 4 Port Hub 2.0 Features: Fully compatible with USB 2.0 & USB 1.1 Data Transfer Rate: USB 1.1 OHCI 1.1 1.5Mbps, 12Mbps; USB 2.0 EHCI 480Mbps Supports up to...
USB Hub -- ADP31642 USB 4 Port Internal Hub 2.0, fits in the 5-1/4 inch drive bay on a PC
USB Hub -- ADP3165 USB 4 Port Internal Hub, Mounts in a PC Slot Key Features Fully compliant with USB specification 1.0 Plug and Play compatible 4/7 downstream ports with over-current detection and protection...
USB Hub -- ADP3168A USB 4 Port Mini Hub 2.0 Features USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 Compliant Up to 480 Mbps Data Transfer Rate Supports hot swap and Plug-n-Play 4 Downstream USB Type A...
USB Hub -- ADP31694 USB 4 Port UFO Hub 2.0 Yellow Introduction The USB 2.0 High-Speed Hub has 4 ports that will connect to either the USB Revision 2.0 High-Speed or the USB Revision...
USB Hub -- ADP3164 USB 5 Port Internal Hub, fits in the 5-1/4 inch drive bay on a PC Comes with a 3 foot cable that goes inside, through the back and into a...
USB Hub -- ADP3162 USB 7 Port Hub With 4 Active Ports Click Here if you wish to view some general USB information. Universal Serial Bus (USB) port technology has emerged in response to...