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HI, I'm also trying to do a USB to DC but for my hub usb.

I'm using a 3mm jack power and need to connect to a USB type A. The jack is + in center but I don't know how to map to USB internal conectores.

Anyone has the diagram to this cable? Also, it needs to hold 2A.

Thanks!

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HI, I'm also trying to do a USB to DC but for my hub usb.

I'm using a 3mm jack power and need to connect to a USB type A. The jack is + in center but I don't know how to map to USB internal conectores.

Anyone has the diagram to this cable? Also, it needs to hold 2A.

Thanks!

If you are looking for the the USB Type A pinout, then here it is , Of course that is for USB2.0 and USB1.0.

-Foxtrot

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If you are looking for the the USB Type A pinout, then here it is , Of course that is for USB2.0 and USB1.0.

-Foxtrot

Thanks that will do it.

I believe the normal USB cable, only

allow 500 mA normally. In my case, the Anker 3 10000mha output 2A and I should

juice the hub with 2A to ensure there is no underpowered issues. Does anyone

knows if this could limit the juice to 500mA?

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Thanks that will do it.

I believe the normal USB cable, only

allow 500 mA normally. In my case, the Anker 3 10000mha output 2A and I should

juice the hub with 2A to ensure there is no underpowered issues. Does anyone

knows if this could limit the juice to 500mA?

No... The USB Socket by standard only does 500ma, the cable imposes no limits on the power going down the wire.

-Foxtrot

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