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Description: This new version corrects the pin out for the GPX and RESET pins. The SparkFun USB Host Shield contains all of the digital logic and analog circuitry necessary to implement a full-speed USB peripheral/host controller with your Arduino. This means you could use your Arduino to interface with and control any USB slave device - thumbdrives, digital cameras, bluetooth dongles, and much more!
A four-wire serial interface is used to communicate with the host controller chip, so the shield connects the Arduino’s hardware SPI pins (D10-13) to the MAX3421E. A USB type A female connector is wired up to the IC, and it also supplies 5V as any normal USB port would.
The Host Shield takes its power from the ‘Vin’ pin on your Arduino. Power from that pin is regulated to both 5V and 3.3V on the shield. All SPI signals are sent through a hex converter to step them down to 3.3V.
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spend some time try to figure out how to connect it with Lenorado board which is using the programming header, should have a better instruction to do that.
The version I got has to have a jumper installed from D7>RST in order to work with the XBOXUSB function from USB2.0.
I don’t see anything on the board showing which build version of it I have so I don’t know if this was old stock or the redesigned one. It seems to work OK with the jumper in place but that means I have to solder something else in place or not use the stackable headers I put on (easily anyway). When you say it’s the same thing (USB host shield) it should be built to match the specs of the Arduino version so that it doesn’t have to have this jumper added to work.