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Similar issues, where the h90 control loses the h90…

On JoeCozzi’s advice I’ve been trying different leads and hub configurations.

First observation is that having the h90 and h9 coming from the same USB port in the same USB hub is bad, they’re better off connected from different USB ports (laptop MBP 2015).

Second observation: when I plug or unplug the h9’s USB cable there is no noise spike through my monitors. Plugging in The h90 – on the other hand – does result in a noise.

Made me think about the mA draw so here are the readouts from “About this Mac”. The tiny USB receiver for my wireless keyboard uses 98 mA, the h9 uses 100 mA and the h90 uses… 2 mA. Is this actually the case? Please can Eventide confirm this is normal.



USB Receiver:

Product ID: 0xc52b
Vendor ID: 0x046d (Logitech Inc.)
Version: 24.11
Speed: Up to 12Mb/sec
Manufacturer: Logitech
Location ID: 0x14200000 / 11
Current Available (mA): 500
Current Required (mA): 98
Extra Operating Current (mA): 0

<strong style=”font-size: inherit;”>H9 Pedal:

Product ID: 0x0015
Vendor ID: 0x1b12
Version: 4.10
Serial Number: 3D1C8CD52F51FF46
Speed: Up to 12Mb/sec
Manufacturer: Eventide (www.eventide.com)
Location ID: 0x14100000 / 19
Current Available (mA): 500
Current Required (mA): 100
Extra Operating Current (mA): 0

H90 Pedal:

Product ID: 0x0041
Vendor ID: 0x1b12
Version: 4.19
Serial Number: XC-04121
Speed: Up to 480Mb/sec
Manufacturer: Eventide
Location ID: 0x14140000 / 9
Current Available (mA): 500
Current Required (mA): 2
Extra Operating Current (mA): 0