Wooden USB OTG

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Introduction: Wooden USB OTG

About: hi, its zid, from kerala, India. i love the world of DIY-ers.. mostly work with electronics but recently i started using wood for my projects, for casing/housing mostly and I'm inlove ...

USB OTG (On The Go) is supported by many Smartphones to help you connect external drives, memory cards, pen drives,keyboards or mouse etc. to the smart phones through it's micro USB port. my OTG system was made of plastic and after few weeks of use, it broke so i designed a wooden casing for it with long lasting solder connection.


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Step 1: Wood Work

Step 2: Materials Used

• USB port x1

• Micro USB male plug x1

• Wires

• Glue and wood

• Tools

Step 3: End Result

i nope the making of it is self explaining from pics

Step 4: OTG Circuit

Regular USB cable Vs OTG cable

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    11 Discussions

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    saori1lady
    saori1lady

    5 weeks ago

    good project.please i want to have the plan of wooden

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    Hussainv
    Hussainv

    4 years ago

    I have this kind of pin where do i connect the sense and ground

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    ZiddiK
    ZiddiK

    Reply 4 years ago

    just connect the 4th pin to 5,that's it :-)

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    Hussainv
    Hussainv

    4 years ago

    Can you please send a soldered pic of the pin

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    ZiddiK
    ZiddiK

    Reply 4 years ago

    hi hussain, you will need a 5 pin usb male plug, the regular plug of a charger etc won't work. 5 pin male is must. 4 th pin is used foe sense and it shorted to ground

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    Hussainv
    Hussainv

    4 years ago

    I have this kind of pin where do i connect the sense and ground

    IMG_20151204_153922745.jpgIMG_20151204_153903015.jpg
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    Hussainv
    Hussainv

    4 years ago

    Where is the sense connection to be made?

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    ClenseYourPallet
    ClenseYourPallet

    4 years ago

    I really love all of your projects! Thanks for sharing

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    ZiddiK
    ZiddiK

    Reply 4 years ago

    thank you :)

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    Anky2675
    Anky2675

    Reply 4 years ago

    i love ur idea..thanks.

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    ZiddiK
    ZiddiK

    Reply 4 years ago

    thank you anky :)