TP-Link Powered USB Hub 3.0 with 7 USB 3.0 Data Ports and 2 Smart Charging USB Ports POWER SUPPLY

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TP-Link Powered USB Hub 3.0 with 7 USB 3.0 Data Ports and 2 Smart Charging USB Ports POWER SUPPLY
TP-Link Powered USB Hub 3.0 with 7 USB 3.0 Data Ports and 2 Smart Charging USB Ports POWER SUPPLY
2021-04-19 00:15:05 - last edited 2021-04-19 17:49:50
Model: UH720  
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Hi Everyone,

 

I have a doubt, I bought a UH720 usb hub and it didn't come with the power supply, it worked fine just connected with the computer so I didn't care, but sometimes it disconnect and connect itself. So, I want to buy the power supply but I'm not sure what is really the specification, the website says 12V and 4A, but the back of the hub says 12v and 3.3 A, so which one is the correct? If the correct one is 3.3A is fine if I use a 4A?

Thank you guys

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2021-04-19 17:46:52 - last edited 2021-04-19 17:49:50

@Josafat , My UH720 power adapter has an output of 12V and 3.3A. If you want to buy a power adapter, get an adapter with an output of a voltage of 12V exactly and 3.3A at least. So a power adapter with 12V and 4A should be fine.

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2021-04-19 17:46:52 - last edited 2021-04-19 17:49:50

@Josafat , My UH720 power adapter has an output of 12V and 3.3A. If you want to buy a power adapter, get an adapter with an output of a voltage of 12V exactly and 3.3A at least. So a power adapter with 12V and 4A should be fine.

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