Wiring Front USB

  twoshortplanks 13:06 06 Jul 06
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I'm installing a new mainboard & the FUSB connectors on the case wiring differ from the pins on the mainboard.

The board pins are:
VCC D0- D0+ GND NC
VCC D1- D1+ GND EMPTY

The case connctors are:
VCC1, DATA-1, DATA+1, GROUND1, SHIELD
VCC2, DATA-2, DATA+2, GROUND2, EMPTY

I have wired the connectors labelled '1' to the pins labelled '0' & the connectors labelled 2 to the pins labelled '1'. I've also connected the 'SHIELD' wire to the 'NC' pin.

I just wanted to check that I'm not going to damage any USB devices by connecting the board in this way. Have I done the right here?

Thanks in advance.

  DieSse 16:02 06 Jul 06

That looks OK - the D0- is equivalent to DATA-1 and so on.

  twoshortplanks 16:12 06 Jul 06

Thanks DieSse, it all seems to be working OK.

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