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Zero4U - 4 Port USB Hub for Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3

SKU: ADA3298

$21.50 AUD, inc GST
$19.55 AUD, exc GST

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Zero4U - 4 Port USB Hub for Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3
21.5 AUD

SKU: ADA3298

$21.50 AUD, inc GST
$19.55 AUD, exc GST
2 reviews 0 5 5

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One can never have enough socks, or USB ports. Add some more USB capability to your Raspberry Pi Zero with the Zero4U!

This is a 4-port USB hub for Raspberry Pi Zero, and it can be mounted back-to-back onto a Pi Zero. The 4 pogo pins on the back will connect the PP1, PP6, PP22 and PP23 testing pads on your Raspberry Pi Zero – no soldering required!

This item can only work with the Zero W if a ferrite ring is installed!

The USB hub will take power directly from your Pi Zero, so you don’t need to power the USB hub separately. However you can use the JST XH2.54 connector on board as an alternative power input port. The blue onboard LED is the power indicator, and will light up when power is connected. Each USB port uses a dedicated white LED as a transaction indicator, and a dedicated electrolytic capacitor to help stabilize the output voltage.

If you use this USB hub with other types of computers, you can use a USB cable (not included) to connect the onboard mini-USB port to the up-stream USB port.

Kit includes:

  • 4-port USB hub board x 1
  • Plastic spacer x 4
  • M2.5 plastic screw x 4
  • M2.5 plastic nut x 4

Note: This version of Zero4U only works with the Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 (with camera connector).

Note: As of 3/29/2017, this ships with a small Ferrite ring in each Zero4U package, in order to support the newly released Raspberry Pi Zero W. The user can put that Ferrite ring on the pogo pins to avoid the interference from the on-board antenna.

Technical Details

  • Power Mode: Bus-Power / Self-Power
  • Standards: USB 2.0 and 1.1 compatibility
  • Working Voltage: 5V DC
  • Static Current: 1mA
  • Maximum Output Current: 2A for all ports in self-power mode, 500mA for all ports in bus-power mode
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C~70°C
  • Storage Temperature: -20°C~80°C
  • Humidity: 0~80%RH, non-condensing

User Manual

Product Dimensions: 65.0mm x 30.0mm x 15.0mm / 2.6" x 1.2" x 0.6"

Product Weight: 14.1g / 0.5oz

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by andrew verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Good price, fast delivery (Posted on 7/09/2017)

  2. Review by Dale verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Works very well, just be aware the Pi zero on board USB connection is disabled when this board is connected. (Posted on 29/08/2017)

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