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Saelig Introduces ThunderSync3-16 Universal USB Thunderbolt 16 Port Hub

likely the world's fastest multiport USB Hub with transfer speeds of up to 40Gbits/s; charges and/or syncs up to 16 USB 3.2 devices simultaneously at Thunderbolt speeds at up to 2.4A per port.
Fairport, NY: Saelig Company Inc. is pleased to introduce the Cambrionix ThunderSync3-16, a rackmount or desktop charger which provides 16 x USB 3.2 ports and two Thunderbolt 3 host connection, capable of transfer speeds of up to 40Gbits/s. For data transfer, the ThunderSync3-16 delivers the maximum rate possible. Connect 16 x USB 3.2 devices and each port will deliver 5Gbps. Connect USB 2 devices and each port will deliver the maximum 480Mbps to each port simultaneously. As the devices are connected, the ThunderSync’s algorithm will detect the highest charge rate allowable for each device.

The ThunderSync3-16 speeds up large data transfer – such as video file uploading or operating system updates – transferring data in the fastest possible time. This managed hub is designed to provide a charge rate of up to 2.4A in sync mode by utilizing the CDP (Charging Downstream Port) functionality built into Cambrionix hubs and mobile devices like Apple devices, Google Nexus 7,10 etc. (A normal USB hub sync rate charge is just 500mA.) The ThunderSync3-16 (TS3-16) is ideal when leaving devices connected to a host for sync and charge overnight as it means they will charge while syncing and continue to charge, if needed, after the data transfer has completed, insuring the device is reliably charged when needed.

In order to transfer data connect the Thunderbolt™ port of a host computer to a Thunderbolt™ ports on the back of the TS3-16 using a Thunderbolt™ 3 compliant cable. Any devices connected to the TS3-16 will now appear as if they were connected to the host computer’s USB port. A yellow LED above each port will illuminate when Syncing. For more than 16 ports, the ThunderSync3-16 can simply be daisy-chained via the dual Thunderbolt ports.

The ThunderSync3-16 charges multiple device types simultaneously, irrespective of manufacturer: phones, tablets, ChromeBooks, 3D Glasses, etc. For each device connected, the pre-programmed Very Intelligent Charging protocol insures the correct charging profile is used for the specific product, maintaining battery performance and extending battery life without risking damage to expensive technology products. The TS3-16 is designed to operate with the complementary Cambrionix LiveView app which provides the user with complete control and monitoring. Demonstrating the unique benefits of Cambrionix patented technology, the supplied software displays the charging status in detail. It shows how much energy each attached device is using. Individual ports can be configured for either Sync or Charge mode, both, or turned off. An API is also provided for software automation scripting, essential for software QA and mobile phone remarketing companies.

The ThunderSync3-16 is Intel Certified, CE Marked, UL Listed and EMC FCC tested and is perfect for use by educators, manufacturers, defense, security, software QA, and wearable camera companies who perform large scale charging and data transfer. It is powered by an internal universal power supply.

The ThunderSync3-16 is designed and manufactured by Cambrionix Ltd (Cambridge UK) – leaders in mobile charging technology and connectivity. It is available now from Saelig Company. Inc., Fairport, NY. For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig 1-888-7SAELIG, via email: info@saelig.com, or visit www.saelig.com.

About Saelig Company Inc.
Founded in 1988 in Rochester, New York, Saelig is a North American distributor with a growing reputation for finding and sourcing remarkable, unique test and measurement and control products and components for use in a wide variety of industries. Products lines are continuously added from sources across the globe, and are offered at competitive prices, accompanied by full in-house technical support, exceptional customer service, and fast delivery. For full details of available product lines, please visit www.saelig.com.

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