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 ===== USB2AX: Technical Specifications ===== ===== USB2AX: Technical Specifications =====
  
-//This page is currently referring to v3.1a, and will be updated with infos for v3.2a shortly.// +//This page is currently referring to v3.1a, and will be updated with infos for v3.2a at some point, maybe. Refer to the source files if you need to be sure.// 
  
 The hardware of the USB2AX is relatively simple: only 17 components and a 15x20mm PCB. The hardware of the USB2AX is relatively simple: only 17 components and a 15x20mm PCB.
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 {{product:​usb2ax:​usb2ax_v3.1_schematics.png}}\\ {{product:​usb2ax:​usb2ax_v3.1_schematics.png}}\\
-[[https://paranoidstudio.assembla.com/code/paranoidstudio/git/nodes/master/​usb2ax/​elec|All Eagle files]]+[[https://github.com/Xevel/usb2ax/tree/master|All Eagle files]]
  
 The protection circuitry for DATA, with the zener diode and PTC resistor, comes from the [[http://​ruggedcircuits.com/​html/​ruggeduino.html|Ruggeduino]],​ and makes it possible to withstand applying 12V to DATA indefinitely. More detailed explanation of how it works [[http://​forums.trossenrobotics.com/​showthread.php?​5675-USB2AX-v3.1&​p=53101#​post53101|here]]. This situation can easily happen in real life with a shoddy custom or damaged cable, and improper protection could result in a fried motherboard... ​ The protection circuitry for DATA, with the zener diode and PTC resistor, comes from the [[http://​ruggedcircuits.com/​html/​ruggeduino.html|Ruggeduino]],​ and makes it possible to withstand applying 12V to DATA indefinitely. More detailed explanation of how it works [[http://​forums.trossenrobotics.com/​showthread.php?​5675-USB2AX-v3.1&​p=53101#​post53101|here]]. This situation can easily happen in real life with a shoddy custom or damaged cable, and improper protection could result in a fried motherboard... ​
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