Posted on August 10, 2018 by tinkerBOY — 10 CommentsWiring Diagram for the tinkerBOY USB Hub Post navigationPrevious post: How to Disable Digital VolumeNext post: Game Boy DMG back Case Mod for the tinkerBOY Speaker 4O2W 10 thoughts on “Wiring Diagram for the tinkerBOY USB Hub” FluxXx November 27, 2018 And where 5V and GND from USB port and from HUB? to any 5V and GND pin on PCB? even occupied by another cable? Reply tinkerBOY November 28, 2018 Yes that’s correct. Reply Ivan December 29, 2018 Can i solder 1 USB to pi zero? without using hub and using only D+ D- on the board? just to plug flashdrive with roms? Reply tinkerBOY December 30, 2018 The Pi zero only has one USB port for one usb device at a time. You can use this usb hub to a Pi zero if you want to connect 4 usb devices. Reply john kenny November 18, 2019 Hi, Does the usb hub work the same as the 2 links below. I am looking to connect 1x lcd screen and 1x pro micro to the usb hub so i only have 1x usb cable going to the pc instead of 2. https://www.yoctopuce.com/EN/products/extensions-and-networking/micro-usb-hub-v2 https://www.tindie.com/products/mux/nanohub-tiny-usb-hub-for-hacking-projects/ Reply tinkerBOY November 19, 2019 Yes. Reply mike nolan November 21, 2019 we need about 100 units to start. is that possible? we would take order in increments of 20 per month. what is cost? Reply tinkerBOY November 21, 2019 Please contact me via https://www.tinkerboy.xyz/support/. Reply James Schorey October 3, 2020 Is there any way to buy this without PayPal? Are there any distributors in the USA? Where is the USB shield from each device connected? Reply tinkerBOY October 4, 2020 Sorry, only accepting PayPal for now. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.