Power Distribution

The NANO HUB allows powering different equipment with one hub that you can power from different Inputs. Use 14.8V batteries or D-Tap chargers as input, 14.8V/12V/7.4V/USB-A /USB-C outputs are working at same time.

If you use a USB-C adapter as input, 14.8V/12V/7.4V/USB-A outputs working at same time. The USB-C Output has a built in PD fast charge protocol and will give you a power output of max. 60 Watts. You can charge your Apple MacBook Pro or any USB-C compatible devices with the NANO-HUB

The adapter is designed with a 1/4 screw hole, by using a standard hot-shoe, it can be fixed in any position. For further information, please refer to the specifications.


The Hub that powers equipment from different inputs and outputs.

D-Tap Input/Output:

2 x (10-16.8V / 10A)

USB-C Input/Output:

5V / 3A, 9V / 3A, 12V / 3A

15V / 3A, 20V / 3A

maximal 60 Watts

USB-A Output:

5V / 2A, 9V / 2A, 12V / 1.5A

DC Output 1:

7V / 3A

DC Output 2:

12V / 3A





Application examples

A V-Mount Battery is powering the Nano-Hub over D-Tap. the plugged in notebook gets powered over the USB-C socket and the LED light gets powered from the USB-A socket.

The Apple USB-C charger is powering the Nano-Hub. A battery that’s plugged in over D-Tap is being charged with the right voltage and current.