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    12v USB Hub - $29.99 :-)

    Tigerdirect has the Ultra ULT33056 7 port USB Hub for $29.98 and it takes 12v DC in (yes, 12v, not 5v). With Goggle checkout you can even get $5 off, if you add a filler item for $1.

    USB Hub on Tigerdirect

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    would be good for someone who bought it to check if the 5V out on the usb ports are stabilised, as this probably wasn't designed for fluctuating voltage.
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    Can almost garuntee it requires regulated 12v. Try to hook that up to car power and watch it go boom.
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    Input: DV 12V 2A

    99% sure as well it doesnt have voltage regulation. not much different then a 5v setup in that case to be honest..

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    Yeah, I guess you guys are right, I just got a little excited seeing a 12v one at a good price. I did order one, so we'll see if I fry it or not.

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    either way, its still a good deal in my opinion.
    You get a massive 7 usb port and all u have to do is connect it to ur psu's 12V and you're good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punky View Post
    either way, its still a good deal in my opinion.
    You get a massive 7 usb port and all u have to do is connect it to ur psu's 12V and you're good to go.
    i agree with punky - or you can get MP3CAR's Power Controller Card which costs $25 bucks for use with your monitor and use your existing USB hub.
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    Quick method for regulating 12+ to 12v steady. There's a voltage drop off of around 1v or so. Using a 7505 or 7509, you can get regulated 5v or 9v too respectively.

    Note: Less then 1 amp load. You cannot get regulated 3amps by just using 3 7512s or the like, so don't try.


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    If you want unregulated 12-24v in, you could buy our p5usb. (currently 50$ with rebate)

    If you want to use the above product on a budget, you could solder into the 12v rail coming of the atx power supply to use the above hub.

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    could i conect this on the outpout of my power suply wich goes to my xenarc screen?

    if i can, i need to conect it to the positif and do another ground?
    or can and juste conect it to the two wires of the screen?

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