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can the USB OTG connection be used as normal? I want to connect a USB microphone to my pi zero while it is also connected to my laptop.
I am not sure But, i do know that if you are planning to use current above 1.5 A, don't use linear regulator. This video might help you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEhBN5_fO5o
Actually i know that. I just forgot to mention it actually. Thanks for reminding it. I will try it.
Thank you, sir. Some of your videos and instructables are also interesting for me.
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Actually it is quite stable even at high current (as you can see in step 6). I do however think that i should have used a bigger heat sink for more stability. Also i don't want to just buy a DC-DC converter and use it in a power supply. I want to make my own.
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