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  • USB supplies bus power across VBUS and GND at a nominal voltage 5 V ± 5%, at supply, to power USB devices. Power is sourced solely from upstream devices or hosts, and is consumed solely by downstream devices. USB provides for various voltage drops and losses in providing bus power. As such, the voltage at the hub port is specified to be in the range 5.00+0.25−0.60 V by USB 2.0, and 5.00+0.25−0.55 V[90] by USB 3.0.

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  • The C6300 USB 2.0 port supports 700 mA of power. Connecting USB HDD to the USB 2.0 port that requires more than 700 mA of power will require an external power supply.

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