A small board that Converts USB OTG to USB A Female and reverses the direction for more compact usage.Designed by idlehandsdev, Ships from Canada
This is a small circuit board the changes the direction of the USB OTG and converts it to a Female USB A. It allows for a more compact Raspberry Pi Zero. The Raspberry Pi Zero requires a USB OTG a...Read More…
This is a small circuit board the changes the direction of the USB OTG and converts it to a Female USB A. It allows for a more compact Raspberry Pi Zero.
The Raspberry Pi Zero requires a USB OTG adapter to use any usb devices. Most of them will stick out in the other direction greatly increasing the size of the Pi Zero. This will allow a smaller form factor for the Pi Zero.
There are other OTG adapters, even very small ones, but they are fragile and they do no reverse the direction of the USB like this one does. Its very simple design, and they are just handy to have around.
I think there will be some variations in the height, if that is what people want. A case to come!
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