FAQ:What is the U+ connection on a decoder used for?
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U+ is the equivalent of V+, or a positive voltage connection.
The U is often seen on devices designed in Europe, specifically Germany. Where in English the letter V indicates a voltage, in Germany they use U.
As always, consult the instructions that came with the device as to the exact function and purpose of any connections.