User manual Dynex DX-B4PORT

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Setting up the hub  
USB 4 and 7 Port hub  
Make sure that no USB devices are connected to the hub.  
Plug the AC adapter into a power outlet or surge protector,  
then plug the DC connector into the DC power jack on the back  
of the hub.  
Congratulations on your purchase of a high-quality Dynex product.  
Your DX-B4PORT or DX-B7PORT is designed for reliable and trouble-  
free performance. Use this guide for initial setup of your hub.  
Note: You can use the hub without the power supply when  
connecting low-power devices such as keyboards and mice.  
Plug the flat end of the provided USB device cable into the  
downstream port on your computer, or downstream port on  
another hub, then plug the mini-USB connector on the device  
cable into the upstream port on the back of the hub.  
Package contents  
USB plus hub  
AC power adapter  
Quick Setup Guide  
USB device cable  
Windows detects the hub and installs the required driver. (The  
Windows Install New Hardware Wizard may prompt you to  
insert your Windows Installation CD to complete the driver  
Fully compatible with USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices  
Compatible with Windows® 98 SE, Windows® ME, Windows® 2000,  
Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, and Mac® OS X or higher  
Approved by USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF)  
Support for Plug-and-Play specifications  
The hub must be connected to a USB 2.0-compliant  
computer or hub for it to function in high-speed mode (480  
Mbps data rate). If the hub is connected to a USB 1.1-  
compliant computer or hub, it only operates in low-speed or  
full-speed mode (1.5 Mbps or 12 Mbps).  
Support for “hot swapping” of USB devices  
Four or seven 480 Mpbs downstream ports  
High-speed hub drivers are included with most USB 2.0 PCI  
cards and are preinstalled along with the PCI card drivers. If  
you purchased an upgrade card prior to the release of  
high-speed hub support, check with your PCI card vendor  
for an updated USB 2.0 driver.  
Technical specifications  
Upstream ports  
Downstream ports  
Per-port voltage  
Per-port current  
Power mode  
4 or 7  
DC +5V  
4 Plug the USB A connector on the USB device, or on an  
additional hub, into any of the downstream ports of the hub.  
Note: When moving a device from one port on the hub to  
another, you may need to reinstall the USB drivers for that  
500mA maximum (self-powered mode)  
41° ~ 104°F (5° ~ 40°C)  
-4° ~ 140°F (-20° ~ 60°C)  
Operating temperature  
Storage temperature  
Power supply output  
Plug size  
DC 5V, 2.6A (4-port); DC 5V, 3.5A (7-port)  
Outer: 0.138 inches (3.5 mm)  
Center: 0.039 inches (1 mm)  
Plug polarity: Center-pin positive  
color definitions  
Off: Not operational  
Green: Operational  

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