USB 3.2 Gen1 HUB Gigabit ETH HAT
This is a driver-free 3 ports USB 3.2 Gen1 Hub HAT for Raspberry Pi, also with a Gigabit Ethernet port, provides more USB/network capability to your Pi, make it easy to connect more USB devices and network devices.
The HAT features a standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header, when working with Raspberry Pi 4, the USB 3.2 Gen1 ports is able to provide up to 5 Gbps data rate, which means 10 times faster than USB 2.0.
- 3x USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, compatible with USB 3.0 / 2.0 /1.1
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet port, 1000M/100M/10M compatible
- Onboard external USB-C 5V DC power port, ensures a more stable power supply
- 1x power indicator and 3x USB port indicators, easy to check the operating status
- Driver-free, plug, and play, compatible with OS including Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android
- Purpose-made for Raspberry Pi 4, compatible with other Raspberry Pi versions as well
What's on board
- Raspberry Pi GPIO header
- for connecting Raspberry Pi
- USB 3.2 Gen1 HUB input
- connects to Raspberry Pi USB port
- USB 3.2 Gen1 extended ports
- Gigabit Ethernet port
- up to 1000Mbps data rate
- PWR ONLY port
- for external USB-C 5V DC power input
- USB HUB chip
- USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet converter
- Gigabit Ethernet transformer
- power indicator
- indicator for each USB port
- FLASH chip
Take Raspberry Pi 4B as an example
- Insert the module to 40PIN GPIO of Raspberry Pi 4B. Connect the USB interface of USB HUB to Raspberry Pu by the USB 3.0 Adapter.
- Connect 5V power supply to the POWER ONLY port.
- Connect USB devices to USB ports *USB1~UBS4), the corresponding LED will turn on for indicating.
Working with Raspberry Pi
1. Hardware preparation
- Raspberry Pi 4B x1
- USB 3.2 Gen1 HUB Gigabit ETH HAT x1
- USB 3.0 Adapter x1 (You also use USB3,0 cable)
- USB 3.0 SSD x1
2.Configure Rasberry Pi
- Enter the root directory of Pi
- Enter the directory of USB3.0 SSD
cd media/pi/xxx (xxx is the name of the disk)
- Free memory
sudo sh -c "sync && echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches"
- Copy 2G data to the SSD disk.
dd if=/dev/zero of=./test_write count=2000 bs=1024k
- Copy 2G data to the Raspberry Pi
dd if=./test_write of=/dev/null count=2000 bs=1024k
3.Working with Ubuntu (Raspberry Pi)
- Search disk in menu->Enter->Open the disk
- Choose the correct disk and click the Benchmark Partition option in the Menu
- Click Start Benchmark，Check Perform write-benchmark. and keep other default settings.
- Input the user password and authorize.
Working in Windows PC
1.Connect the USB port ot USB3.0 of PC, and you can copy file to SSD
- Copy file to the PC
- Copy file to the portable SSD
2.Connect the USB to USB3.0 Port and connect four phones at the same time
3. Connect the HUB to USB3.0 Port, connect network (The cable and router should suport Gigabit network)
- Re-plug the USb cable, make sure that the connection is normal.
- Maybe the USb3.0 adapter is broken, please change to other adapter or USB 3.0 cable for a try.