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robocore:hardware:usb_host [2017/03/07 19:25]
zielmicha ↷ Page moved from hardware:usb_host to robocore:hardware:usb_host
robocore:hardware:usb_host [2017/03/13 15:58] (current)
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 RoboCORE extends the USB host interface from the Intel® Edison module to the external connector, shared with the USB core. USB Edison is a high-speed USB 2.0 port and, of course, is available only when you have the Intel® Edison module included in RoboCORE. RoboCORE extends the USB host interface from the Intel® Edison module to the external connector, shared with the USB core. USB Edison is a high-speed USB 2.0 port and, of course, is available only when you have the Intel® Edison module included in RoboCORE.
  
-The maximum total current you can draw from both USB host ports together is 1A. If you don't use Intel Edison, this port can be used as a power source for [[raspberry:​start|Raspberry Pi]] - this is comfortable because you only need USB A <-> micro USB B cable for powering the Raspberry Pi.+The maximum total current you can draw from both USB host ports together is 1A. If you don't use Intel Edison, this port can be used as a power source for [[robocore:raspberry:​start|Raspberry Pi]] - this is comfortable because you only need USB A <-> micro USB B cable for powering the Raspberry Pi.
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