Posted on Thursday, January 17th, 2013 in sensors, USB by DP
The December 2012 issue of the Australian electronics magazine Silicon Chip features the USB Power Monitor. It uses a PIC18F45K80 to monitor the power consumption of a USB device. The board acts as a bridge between the host and the device with a USB A male on one side, and the USB A female jack on the other.
Via tronixstuff – featuring a review of the device.
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