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  • Member #1651132 / about 4 years ago / 1

    Do you have a schematic? How are you doing power negotiation for USB C while a host? Is there an ID pin?

    • Hi,

      I'm sorry but we are currently waiting for the boards to be built before releasing the board files. We expect them to be built by mid-February. Once the boards are released, the schematic will be included on the product pages and tutorial.

      There are USB data pins (D+/D-) on the back of the board but no ID pin. While the USB C connector is populated on the board, I do not believe there is any power negotiation since that would require higher voltages than the board can handle. The Pro Micro will use the default 5V USB power when connected to a USB port.

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