RAM-234-HUB1U

RAM Mount RAM USB Tough Hub

RAM Mount RAM USB Tough Hub

Description

The RAM Mount RAM USB Tough Hub installs quickly and easily in a wide range of mobile office environments.

Features

  • Strain Relief Connection Points
  • Threaded Power Input For 12-48 VDC Input
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$84.99
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Just like many of RAM's products, the Tough-Hub is designed for the rugged user. Making the most of useable space, and integrating the features you want, the RAM Tough-Hub installs quickly and easily in a wide range of mobile office environments. Why the RAM Tough-Hub? The answer is simple, versatility. RAM products are interchangeable and modular allowing the installer the freedom to create the most efficient and effective mobile office available.

Features:

  • 6 qty 5v Powered USB 2.0 Ports
  • 1 qty 10/100 MBPS Ethernet Port
  • Threaded power input for 12-48 VDC input
  • Strain Relief connection points
  • Ignition Trigger: The ignition trigger can be wired to the ignition of the vehicle (or other 12V ignition source) to provide a timed power shut off to the connected peripherals after the vehicle has been turned off. When the vehicle ignition is switched to off, the RAM Tough-Hub continues to provide power to the connected peripherals for a pre set duration of time. This unique RAM feature keeps your connected devices powered for quick vehicle stops, avoiding any possible connectivity issues. The timed shut off can be preset for: 5, 15 and 45 minutes.

Specifications:

  • Height: 1.375"
  • Width: 5.125"
  • Depth: 3.56"
  • Weight: 0.30 lbs
  • Material: High Strength Composite


Warranty Information:
5 year warranty on electronics, Lifetime Warranty on housing
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RAM Mount RAM USB Tough Hub RAM-234-HUB1U RAM USB Tough Hub
$84.99
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