Posts Tagged ‘OTG’

3A Power supply for USB devices

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Jayakody published a new build, a 3A Power supply for USB devices: This is 5V 3A power supply to drive two USB based devices simultaneously. This power supply is design around LM2576-5.0 switching regulator IC and the main reasons to choose this IC is its low parts count, small heat sink requirements...

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Posted in power supply, USB | 8 Comments »

Bus Pirate makes life easier

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

M2M writes: First off, you guys Rock! I have had so much productive fun with BP and I just got it a few days ago. Here is a little thing I did to make a project weigh less. When you are prototyping GPS M2M you don't always want to carry...

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Posted in Android, Bus Pirate | 4 Comments »

App note: USB OTG like connector implementation

Saturday, April 6th, 2013

USB OTG like connector implementation (PDF!): The USB OTG (On-The-Go) is an interface to communicate with portable USB devices. In the SAM9x5 Series (SAM9G15/G25/G35/X25/X35) and SAMA5D3x products, the USB host and device share one transceiver. The shared USB transceiver can be controlled either by the USB Host Port Controller or...

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