USB inspection tool that breaks out the D+, D-, and GND pins as well as has connectors for connecting an in-line Amp MeterDesigned by misperry, Ships from United States of America
What is it? This is a tool that will help you debug USB issues. This has type A connectors on both Male and Female ends. It also breaks out the D+ and D- lines into test points where you can conn...Read More…
This is a tool that will help you debug USB issues. This has type A connectors on both Male and Female ends. It also breaks out the D+ and D- lines into test points where you can connect scope probes and others. Also the GND pin is brought to a similar test point.
This tool also has a removable jumper on the +5V line with two terminal connections for inline amp readings so you can monitor power consumption of a USB enabled device.
I made this tool because I did not see any other tool that had the flexibility to be able to connect external metering to a USB device and inspect the power consumption, protocol information, and even Data Line configuration for high power charging applications.
With this device you can do the following:
You can inspect the differential input with a oscilloscope and/or Multimeter. You have the ability to attach an inline Amp meter to measure current consumption of USB enabled devices. You have the ability to connect a power meter via the inline Amp meter terminals and the +5V and GND terminals for voltage measurment. And much more.
This removes the hassle of cutting up a USB cable in order to splice into the inner connections.
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