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Raspberry Pi 9-port USB 2.0 High Speed hub
Raspberry Pi 9-port USB 2.0 High Speed hub
Raspberry Pi 9-port USB 2.0 High Speed hub
Raspberry Pi X150+X850 board


This is a 9-port USB hub to solves the problem of insufficient USB port on the Raspberry Pi, and can be well assembled with the Raspberry Pi. At the same time, it provides two ways to power the Raspberry Pi.


  • 9-port USB 2.0 High Speed hub for Raspberry Pi
  • Adopts Multiple Transaction Translator (MTT) architecture to explore the maximum possible throughput
  • Max total transmission speed up to 480 MBps
  • Fully compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0 (USB 2.0)
  • Green LED indicators for downstream port status
  • Power the Raspberry Pi via JST XH2.54 connector or USB port
  • Can be firmly attached under Raspberry Pi
  • Self-Powered / bus-Powered

Raspberry Pi X150 USB HUB

Packing List

  • 1 x X150 Board
  • 1 x Usb connector
  • 1 x USB 2.0 cable
  • 1 x 2P Power cable


User Manual

For hardware installation, please refer to X150 hardware installation guide.


1.Can you mount this X150 with the X850 msata extension board to use together?

Answer: Yes, it is ok to use X150 USB HUB with X850 v3.0 mSATA board, but you need to mount X150 board under Raspberry Pi, then mount the X850 board above the Raspberry Pi board like in the below photo.

Please note that you need to add extra 4pcs M2.5x20+6 Spacers to install the X150 USB HUB + X850 V3.0 mSATA board kit.

And you need to power the kit from the X150 DC 5V power input jack.

Raspberry Pi X150+X850 Board

2. Can you mount X150 with X735 power management board to use together?

Answer: Yes, it is ok to X150 and X735 together. You can power the X150 via XH connector from the 5V output of X735 power board. Then power the whole kit from X735 not X150 or Raspberry Pi 3.

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Anonymous user #3

47 months ago
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Note it does not work with the Raspberry Pi 4


46 months ago
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Hi, Yes, not work with Raspberry Pi 4. For Raspberry Pi 4, please wait for the X180.

Anonymous user #2

53 months ago
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Is there a case available?


49 months ago
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Hi, You can try this acrylic case: https://geek...acrylic-case Best regards,


Anonymous user #1

57 months ago
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What is the power input requirements for the hub? I see a 5v printed on the board, but whats the amperage, and is another piece required for purchase?


56 months ago
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Hi, The X150 board is powered by Raspberry Pi, and you can Power the X150 via JST XH2.54 connector or USB port as the photo show above. Best regards, Cindy/Geekworm