USB Sync and Charge Hubs for Professionals

PROFESSIONAL USB HUBS PROVIDE “UNIVERSAL” CHARGING FOR iPADS, TABLETS AND SMART PHONES

Also, device-specific hubs address your professional needs.

An Open API for USB Hubs?

Our Cambronix-powered sync-charge hubs are equipped with a powerful feature: an an open API that allows you to create user-defined scripts to control each port and connected devices. This valuable feature is used in 1000’s of our hubs and is built-in by design.  It permits seamless interaction with devices through applications such as GroundControl.
Almost all our hubs are built with field-updatable firmware to ensure that you can make them optimally adapt to new USB technologies as they emerge.

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Do your SYNC-CHARGE hubs charge while syncing?

Most USB syncing hubs do not charge devices at more than a trickle rate while syncing. A recent firmware enhancement for our customers permitted them to update their Cambrionix-based (PP and U series) USB hubs to add a valuable feature: the ability to charge while iPads and other devices are in sync mode.

Some devices (including Apple devices with Lightning connectors and certain others such as Google Nexus 7 and 10, etc.), have the ability to sync and charge at a power setting that is higher than the normal USB 2.0 sync rate of 500mA. This allows our hubs to provide a charge rate of approximately 1.5A in sync mode.

This permits you, under some circumstances, to fully charge devices while they are left in sync mode, something that is not possible with conventional sync-charge systems. If you are using devices that can take advantage of this, you can leave your devices connected to a host and still charge them overnight. If the devices are not in active use with displays on full, playing videos, etc., they will go from depleted to charged with this feature.

Will the screen display that the iPads are charging?

Yes, iPads equipped with Lightning cables will display that they are charging in this mode. Other devices might not. It depends on the device.