USB current and voltage tester designed on the DP5031 standard PCB

Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 in project logs, USB by DP

Here is TitanMKD’s USB current, and voltage tester designed on the DP5031 standard PCB. The board features 4 standard USB connectors, while voltage and current can be measured via 4mm banana terminals

For those interested in a cheap funny board to test USB current consumption/voltage or even check USB D+/D- and ID signal

The goal of our standard PCB format is to make it super simple to design a project that fits in a bunch of different cool, open source cases.

Grab our Eagle library or KiCAD board templates to use Sick of Beige PCB standard for your own projects.

Via the forum.

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