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The USB-C Explorer

Posted on Friday, October 19th, 2018 in open source, USB by DP

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Jason has designed a development board for USB-C and Power Delivery, that is available on GitHub:

The USB-C Explorer is a development board with everything needed to start working with USB Type-C. It contains a USB-C port controller and Power Delivery PHY chip, a microcontroller, and several options for user interaction.

Project info on Reclaimer Labs blog. It’s also up on Tindie.

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