I’m planning on buying and using the TinyPilot Power Connector with an Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter (which supports 5V ⎓ 3A output as required by the Raspberry Pi 4B).
Looking at the product page for the TinyPilot Power Connector, it seems to have:
- 1× USB 1.1/2.0 type-A female connector
- 2× USB 1.1/2.0 micro-B female connectors (or are they micro-A or even micro-AB female connectors?)
…but it’s hard to tell for sure without having a picture of the connectors on the TinyPilot Power Connector product page. Assuming I have those connectors right, I’m planning on buying these cables for that setup:
- 1× CableCreation USB 2.0 Type C to Type A 0.5ft 3A [56K Ohm Resistance] Fast Charger Cable (to connect Raspberry Pi 4B’s USB female type-C OTG/UDC port to TinyPilot USB type-A female connector)
- 1× StarTech.com USB Type A to micro-B 15cm Cable (to connect 'computer' with a female USB type-A connector (an iPod touch w/Apple to USB 3 Camera Adapter) to TinyPilot DATA)
- 1× CableCreation USB 2.0 Type C to Micro USB 2.0 Type B Braided Cable (to connect Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter to TinyPilot PWR)
Would these cables be fine?
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It's hard to tell whether certain cables will work without testing them. I've tested the CableCreation USB-C to USB-A so I know that works. I haven't tested the other two, but the CableCreation USB-C to microUSB seems like it should work.
These are the ones we use in the Hobbyist Kit:ReplySolution