Here’s what it looks like: My “genius”—or depending on your answers not so genius—solution for providing a power source for the Raspberry Pi was to plug it’s power inlet into the slimjim2234 commented Jul 16, 2013 Same issue here: Rpi model B 512 running raspbian with 3.9.10+ kernel I have an anker 7 port powered usb 3.0 hub with 2 charging ports mbeat 13 Port USB Hub USB-M13HUB USB 2.0 13-port 5V - 3A Verified Monoprice Aquagate USB Hub 5328 2.0 7-port 2.0A Verified Has separate USB In port, in theory should prevent On connecting the USB device to the hub, the following messages appear in dmesg (and also in /var/log/kern.log): [ 1113.345672] usb 1-1.2.1: new low speed USB device number 10 using dwc_otg http://pagesetter.net/raspberry-pi/ssh-over-wifi-raspberry-pi.html
Transaction errors are apparent - from the USB analyser it looks like the downstream devices aren't receiving data properly. Main menu Skip to primary content Quick Start Downloads Buy Codecs Forum FAQs About About us Contact us Technical, help and resource documents Trademark rules Raspberry Pi FAQ Register Login Information: However, I've attached a HD that requires 850mA and it worked fine. I went ahead and installed the latest version of Raspbian and performed an rpi-update this evening.
Going through the dmesg I can see that it does notice the WLAN card so it is successfully seeing and reading the hub but (for a lack of better terms) can't Back to top #4 allen.biggins Posted 03 March 2013 - 06:37 AM allen.biggins Member Members 10 posts No, quite the opposite really. markcarline commented Aug 9, 2013 ok thanks @P33M - nice to know you got it. No backfeeding.
Doesn't work with Raspberry Pi, unless the Raspberry Pi is powered by a second power source. Connected with USB2.0 cable. 1A per port, able to support USB HDD drives and other power hungry devices. I then powered the usb hub up and it seems to be working happily. Raspberry Pi Usb Not Working Your packaged wifi dongle works a lot better in the first 3 ports, has trouble in normal operation in the next 3 and is unrecognised in the last 4.
Use miniB socket to connect to Pi usb and Hub USBA to connect to Pi power. 4A psu ok with Hub Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 7-Port Lighted Hub F5U700 USB 2.0 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The last port on each is chained to the next hub, so 1-3 are on hub 1, 4-6 are on hub 2 and 7-10 are on hub 3. I imagine that this might be the same bug as in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/783097 but then again, maybe not.
Allen Back to top #10 allen.biggins Posted 13 March 2013 - 04:34 AM allen.biggins Member Members 10 posts No response from the Pi Hut so those who are intending to deal Raspberry Pi Not Recognizing Usb Drive ive tried 4 (some powered and some not) and none of them work with the zero...
CrtSuznik, I just got an iogear GOFRH202 and can confirm it works ...... 3 usb I ordered another one of the same model and this one lasted around thirty seconds of actual work before making a loud noise and starting to smell like burnt plastic. Example: Plugable 7 Port USB Hub USB2-HUB-AG7 The Plugable 7 Port USB Hub model USB2-HUB-AG7 passes both the above power circuitry tests and is suitable for powering the Raspberry Pi.
LogiLink USB2.0 10-Port Hub with ON/OFF Switch UA0125 1a40:0101, 1a40:0201 USB 2.0 10-Port 5 V - 3.5 A Verified Tested only backpower - works well. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]CaNsA 0 points1 point2 points 11 months ago(0 children)Are you using the power supply? Raspberry Pi Zero Usb Hub Problems In my case, the Hub's ... 4 Step 4: De-solder USB CableOnce the USB hub is apart you should see a small PCB with a number of USB connectors and Usb Hub Raspberry Pi Zero Also, turned out to be somewhat more specific to the combination of two particular low-speed devices.
Make a note of the wire colour ... 5 Step 5: Prepare micro USB cableWith the wire cutters, cut the USB A connector (the bigger of the two USB connectors) off Check This Out Can Power Raspberry Pi via microUSB from a hub port, plus three more devices. Very disappointing, the product doesn't work from the box as advertised. As the power input of the Raspberry Pi doesn’t have its data leads connected, there is no chance for a communication loop of some sorts. Raspberry Pi Hub
Mainly the DC output which I assume is something like 5 volts at 1 amp, but you tell us. –JakeGould Mar 13 '15 at 17:38 It is best to Please drop us an email to cs at makerspot.com so that we can arrange to send to you. but this seems to be z comms issue more than a physical issue, so one would think this is fixable. @Dmitry that was the echo command. Source I did not test whether the hub feeds power into the uplink USB port.
The first and simpler setup powers the hub directly from the hub power adaptor and verifies that in its normal operating configuration the hub will provide sufficient power. Hubpixed I did spy a firmware update for the VL812 that one provider is shopping around, I may plug this hub into my windows box and try that, see what happens... There is a voltage problem on the left half of the hub (4 ports) that do not deliver enough current to feed a wifi dongle (tested with an RTL8191S); you should
SliZe 7 port USB 2.0 Hub (powered) - Item number 17080 (Barcode 8 713439 170801). Very much appreciated. P33M commented Sep 13, 2013 @markcarline Your hub has been most useful. Raspberry Pi Zero Hub Leaks power back up USB data cable to Raspberry Pi, but it is not really a problem when powering Raspberry Pi at the same time.
Revision B is working perfect. In the meantime I've solved my problem myself by using another USB cable, splitting the insulation, getting at the red wire and cutting it and then repairing the cable as best lsusb returns only ID 2109:3431 and all devices behind hub are undetected. have a peek here To bottom this out, we need to actually look at the datastream on an individual bit-level basis - the analyzer we have access to is packet-only at USB2.0 speeds.
I was looking around the net and there were some echo Y > /../..../.../ suggestion out there but that was mainly for a different flavor. Send one to: Raspberry Pi, Mount Pleasant House, Mount Pleasant, Cambridge CB3 0RN And make sure you add return instructions and I'll make sure you get everything back... I have used a hub to power a model B but that was with a high-quality Pimoroni hub made for the Raspberry Pi. Anyone find any solutions?
USB-2.0 4-Port HUB" but Pi boots OK only with 1.2A power, not with 1A..) HP HP ZR2240w 21.5" Monitor with built in 2-Port USB Hub (B) Laser "7 port USB hub