self-powered hub

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self-powered hub

Typically refers to a USB hub that plugs into an AC outlet for power. Contrast with "bus-powered hub," which obtains its power from the USB connection. See USB.
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USB 2.0 hosts must provide 500 mA (or 100 mA for bus-powered hubs) at 5V for external devices.