There should be no issues connecting a standard device to a charging port.
Overcurrent detection and protection.A simple device like a mouse or keyboard is a good test.The hub we do recommend is our 7 port USB.0 hub Heres a link with more details: A USB Hub that Works Well with the Raspberry.If this column is blank for a device, that means windows key right mouse click that the device indicated that it wasn't charging.No, the LED indicates that the device is powered.
We do not recommended this hub for use with USB.0 PCI-e add-on cards for older Apple Mac Pro systems because of limitations in their software support for USB.0 hubs.
Individual LED status indicators for each USB port and USB over-current protection supporting up to 900mA per port (up.5A for.2 devices).
A: Fully unplug the hub from all devices, power, and USB cable to the host computer.
The most effective method is to add a short USB.0 extension cable between the hub and the receiver to mitigate the effect, and many wireless keyboards and mice come with such a cable for this reason.
Can the hub support 10 devices which use or charge at the full 500mA rate?
Not a standalone charger, NOT FOR charging iPad or devices requiring more than USBs standard 500mA.If there is still no light and the device is not detected, fully unplug the hub from all devices, power, and USB cable to the host computer.Able to draw power and supply downstream devices from included.5A power adapter.5A USB bus power.We constantly test our products with as many different devices as possible and publish the results so its easy to determine the charging behavior to expect from your device on each of our USB products.A: See our firmware update page here."Unhosted" means just the opposite, that the hub isn't attached to a host computer, or that the host computer is turned off.The Plugable USB3-HUB7-81X is among the first of USB.0 hubs that does everything existing USB hubs do, plus has support for the Battery Charging Standard (BC.2) on the two outer ports (1 7).