Teclast F5: usb-c hub with power

Teclast F5: usb-c hub with power

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  • #148127

    Christophe Hollebeke
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    Hello,

    Has someone experience with an usb-c hub with power consumption?

    I wil buy an usb-c hub, but don t know witch one is compatible for the T F5:

    https://nl.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20181113135117&SearchText=usb+c+hub

     

    #148198

    Carlos Barbosa
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    Hello

    I’ve also bought the F5 and i ordered this one from AliExpress

    https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/bL0rnkZw

    I think it will work.

    #148203

    Christophe Hollebeke
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    Hello Carlos,

    Thanks for your answer.

    The problem is, the TF5 charger is 12V. Most device are 5V.

    Van you chateau your experience when it arrived?

    Regards,

    Christophe

    #148219

    Carlos Barbosa
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    I think you are confused, most hubs can support the original chargers of the notebooks, they have a USB-C plug with PD support. And the charger of the F5 will work with most of the hubs with USB-C PD support.

    #148229

    Christophe Hollebeke
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    Ah ok, now i understand what you mean.

    Think about bought this hub.

    (soory for my poor english)

    Christophe

    #150581

    John edward
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    Anyone purchased an actual hub that’s supports pd via usb-c? UGREEN for example lists apple, xioami and Lenovo to be compatible but not Asus and others.

    #150582

    John edward
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    I bought the F5 to make a presentation and I want to be able to hook to a VGA and/ or HDMI projector, rj45, USB while charging via usb-c.

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