Thank you so much for replying back. USB 3.0 provides “USB based power” but Power Delivery or (PD 1.0, 2.0, 3.0) is an entirely different subset technology, and is defined by newer features available in USB 3.1 (which is not the same as USB 3.0). You can read more information regarding charging host systems, which is the key in the question you asked, here -> https://www.arrow.com/en/research-and… (PD 2.0)
This individual hub does support BC 1.2, but the individual connected USB device has to support BC 1.2, and be able to charge at a rate of 900mAh.
I apologize for overshadowing the individual cable question, but I wanted to make sure I set the expectation that our individual USB 3.0 hubs and docking stations do not provide Power Delivery to the connected host system. The USB3-HUB7-81X does not include a Type-C to USB-B cable, and only includes a USB-B to USB-A cable. There is no cable that can be used in unison with the USB3-HUB7-81X that will allow you to charge the host system when connected.
I hope this information helps, please let me know if you have any additional questions or concerns, and I would be more than happy to assist.
Thank you for your patience,
Product Owner & Technical Support