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seulater

Member Since: January 24, 2006

Country: United States

  • Thanks for the reply. I don't think this is 100% correct though. My supply does advertise 5/9/12/15 & 20V. I have verified that I can switch through the voltages by using This Product I bought.

    I also bought This product as well. With this one I can confirm you can change the voltage from the advertised. However, I was only able to adjust the voltage on a portable USB battery bank, and not with my USB wall wart. All I was able to do on the wall wart was switch between 5,9,12,15 & 20V.

    So either I am really missing it, or there are just hardly any USB wall warts following the USB PD 3.0 spec. The STUSB4500 data sheet says you can request other voltages. The USB PD 3.0 specification data sheet explains that you can request other voltages as well. Not to mention there are sites like this that say "the Sink can also make requests from USB PD programmable power supplies, providing any voltage from up to 4–21 V at 20 mV increments". link here

  • Though this board and its examples worked for me (sort of). My main goal was to be able to take advantage of selecting a power profile +5-20V/0-5A in 50mV/10mA increments. When trying this by using usb.setVoltage(3,7.0); It does not work. I am assuming that my USB wall wart does not follow the standard. Has anyone tried odd voltages and gotten them to work ? If so what USB wall ward were you using ?

  • I started to checkout, but when i got to the shipping prices... Holy cow, its messed up. Ok, so if i wanted to choose 3-11, that price is fair. But what a gap in time. 1-5, so i could pay more, but the 3-11 days falls within 1-5. makes no sense. 2 day is $21 & next is $28. Are those prices for the rich and famous only? For how much product you ship, you should really have a better strategy laid out.

    Next Business Day $28.96 2 Business Days $21.88 1-5 Business Days $13.36\ 3-11 Business Days $6.67

  • I'd stay away from all things Intel. Intel Discontinues Joule, Galileo, And Edison Product Lines...

    http://hackaday.com/2017/06/19/intel-discontinues-joule-galileo-and-edison-product-lines/

  • I cannot find one video of this unit making something. There is not even one from the manuf. website.

  • Why wouldn't you make a board that brings all the hirose pins out.

  • A simple jumper for 3.3 , or 5v will take care of that. Much like the Arduino board has.

  • Hardly. I ordered it and chose next day, and received it next day. Then a week later i turned around and bought the Edison Arduino kit from them. 3 days later i received that as well. I choose to use my money wisely, if a popular company like them has the kits in stock and at a lower cost that is where I am going.

  • You can get them from Newegg.com cheaper, and they have them in stock. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813121801

  • Where is the schematic of this board at ?

No public wish lists :(