USB data killer
by jamesglanville, published
This isn't really as dramatic as it sounds, I just wanted a cable that passed through usb power, but not the data pins. I'm using a stellaris launchpad to control a clock I made, but annoyingly if I try and develop with a second sometimes I flash the firmware over my clock's. There's probably a software way around it, but this was quick.
Print the stl (includes the two halves)
Solder a usb female socket to a pcb, and solder the power cables of a cut off usb cable to the same pins.
Put a load of hot glue in the two halves, and squidge together until cool.
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