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Using USB Type-C on hobbyist projects

Using USB Type-C on hobbyist projects

Tyler has build a breakout board for Type-C USB plug and explains how this can be used in various DIY projects.

The new Type-C USB connector is the latest addition to the USB connector standards. It offers reversible plugs, direction independent cables, USB3.1 speeds, and 3A charging in a connector only a little bigger than the USB 2.0 MicroB connector. In order to add these capabilities the plugs and connectors have additional configuration pins to allow devices to negotiate their state. Supporting the configuration channel may seem like a difficult challenge but it can be achieved fairly simply for the basic use cases.

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