MakerSpot 5-Port Stackable USB Docking Hub for Raspberry Pi Zero V1.3 (with Camera Connector) and Pi Zero W (with Bluetooth & WiFi)
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The Pi Zero USB Docking Hub is a stackable USB Hub that comes with 5 x USB 2.0 data and charging ports, a micro USB port for power input, an RJ45 port for Ethernet, and a 3.5mm audio input/output jack. Just snap your Pi Zero onto the top of the docking hub station, the four pogo pins on the hub station will connect to the signal pads on your Pi. There is no soldering required!
The Docking Hub spaced over 6cm + 6cm in length. Even the fattest USB stick can be hosted by the USB Docking Hub with no judgment.
The USB Docking Hub has a built-in C-Media HS100B audio chip and a 3.5mm audio jack for headsets, speakers or microphones. Perfect for your next audio projects, Pi MusicBox, OSMC Kodi, or XBMC Media Server. What about building your own Google AIY Voice Kit and Amazon Echo The audio output jack is wired as TRRS CTIA/Apple standard. It takes majority of the mobile phone headsets, audio speakers or microphones with a 3.5mm audio plug. LED indicators show if the HS100B is enabled properly by the OS and the status of input/output audio signal.
The RJ45 Ethernet port provide a more reliable Internet connection for your Pi Zero! The Realtek RTL8152B 10/100M LAN chip on board is fully supported by the latest Raspbian OS. You can also build an OpenWRT WiFi-based access point or firewall with simple configurations.
Power through USB
One of the major issues about bringing USB devices to Pi Zero is "Power Supply through USB". If you are using an external USB hub, the power is delivered from the Pi Zero. So if you have some power hungry devices like USB hard drives or WiFi adapters, such setting could easily load down your Pi Zero and the unintended reset could damage the OS image on the SD card.
1 x Docking Hub
4 x Spacers
4 x Screws
4 x Bolts
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