Submit a new text post. I tried four different hubs, with three different power supplies. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Whatever else you have plugged into the hub may or may not draw a steady amount of power and you could have momentary drops of power going from the hub to the chip. Same PS I used with the Belkin. I could see both the drive and the controller in lsusb.
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This t5u406-me showed charging and stayed at around 4. I’ll have to do my research to check the voltage on the hub before I buy one. You’ll need a powered hub with a good power supply.
This did not see controller in lsusb. Also the power supply’s on cheap hubs are not always the best to start with, so a battery would smooth things out. I don’t know of any way to do this with a single cable. The thread for ongoing documentation and software preservation efforts is here. Because of the low voltage, I didn’t go further. Submit a new text post.
I’ve had one on mine for months with no issues. Whatever else you have plugged into the hub may or may not draw a steady amount of power and you could have momentary drops of power going from the hub to the chip. Want to add to the discussion? I would definitely add a backup battery to the chip. I could see both the drive and the controller in lsusb. Not to bury the lead, this may work.
I put an inline ammeter between the hub and the PC’s power input. Log in or sign up in seconds. Check out the forum for more info, but it plugs into a standard connection. Low voltage at the PC, no charging current. This hub is cute in that it lights up for in use ports. I could mount and use the drive, Pico-8 did not see the controller — this may be a Pico-8 issue, I haven’t tried to use the controller through a hub before.
Same low voltage issue must be the PS. ChipCommunity submitted 1 year ago by CopernicusPlunger.
Is there away I can accomplish both via a single connection? Is it able to recharge the backup battery? See it for browseable and downloadable copies of the website and an archive of the Next Thing Co. The PC charge f54u06-me flash drive lit up, the controller didn’t. I tried four different hubs, with three different power supplies.
Same PS I used with the Belkin. Here’s the thread for that!