Since it's sometimes necessary to check your USB ports for voltage or if you are curious on what kind of Current draw your devices might be pulling, it would be great to have something to check these.
Now you can.
Instead of just hacking apart USB cables and checking these readings with a Multimeter or one of the Pen Drive style voltage checkers, this instructable will give you a tool that is painless to use.
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Step 1: Parts!
The pics for this step did NOT turn out.
What you need:
Soldering Iron & solder (duh)
Epoxy, aquarium sealant or hit glue (optional)
1 PC Bay Cover any size will do
3 finishing nails or similar items to make into "posts"
1 USB Extender cable, or pieces from other projects ;)
1 Binder or Bankers Clip shown below. (unpainted)
It might not be a bad idea to coat the handles of the clip with a rubber coating, something along the lines of PLASTIDIP.