Unrealcpu wrote:im confused what connector are you using to get the 5v power to the USB?
can you post it on github ?
Figured it out ,
but why use a fork pin , is the usb not lining up with the DE? I would think a simple 2.54mm pin would work?
About to order some on pcbmyway or can you just update it again so the hole lines up
just curious if it is possible to just use a 2.54mm straight pin cut to length and after soldering just bend a little to make contact with the 5v pin on the de 10? IMO the 2.54 straight pin would off a more solid connection, to me that fork is thin and easy to bend but i guess you want to pinch it idk.
Just think this either way its a poor connection and not good for resale since either solution to me it would seem that the 5v connection could bend easily or a regular user would not know how to fix this if something got bent during shipment. Maybe i am over exaggerating. I am surprised with this type of connection too with several powered usb devices the 5v line would be stable also, if the connection was slightly off. Also I guess as a reseller I am hoping everyone kept their stock standoffs to use with the usb hub