Newnex 4-Port USB 3.0 Industrial Hub, FireNEX™-uHUB, receives the compliance certification from USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF, the organization that develops the USB standard) on November 8, 2019. This certification has been posted on the USB-IF integrators list and can be found with Test Identification Number (TID) 2388.
The FireNEX™-uHUB has been widely adopted for industries such as Machine Vision and Professional AV for many years. The FireNEX™-uHUB USB 3.0 hub series have been certified in a number of Video Conferencing collaboration platforms such as Google Hangout Meets, Huddly, etc.
With this newly added FireNEX™-uHUB compliance certification logo from USB-IF, Newnex further demonstrates its product quality and reliability at USB specification compliance level.
This certified hub, FireNEX™-uHUB, is featured with four USB Type-A downstream ports and one USB Type-B upstream port. Each USB port comes with USB3 Vision standard compliant locking to secure the connection with the mated cable for industrial environment. This hub supports SuperSpeed USB at 5Gbps as well as backward compatibility to USB 2.0/1.1. The hub is also ready for DIN rail mounting.
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