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Hub to transmit data and power for Phoenix Audio Spider Speakerphones over Cat5 cabling
The Power Hub MT340 is a small unit that is positioned next to the computer and connects through a standard USB cable and a proprietary 48V AC/DC power adaptor. The Power Hub is then connected to the master speakerphone (i.e. MT503, MT304) unit via any standard CAT5 cable. Both data and power are routed to the speakerphone through the CAT5 cable, allowing the PC to be up to 100 feet away from the first unit. The Power Hub also supports power daisy chaining when connected to the Smart Spider or Quattro units that support power daisy chaining.