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    3.6 D+ and D- pins

    Hi everyone, first post over here.
    I'm designing a midicontroller with a teensy 3.6, this time I am putting a USB B in the front panel without and extension cable, directly to pcb. With 3.2 I had access to pins D+ and D-, but in 3.6 this pins are for a secondary port, isnt It?
    So, are there USB data pins of the primary port available? Which ones?

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    On the Teensy 3.6 there are D+ and D- pads for the primary USB port (below the primary USB connector). Then there are the D+ and D- holes (near to pins 2 to 4), which are for the secondary (high speed, host) USB port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theremingenieur View Post
    On the Teensy 3.6 there are D+ and D- pads for the primary USB port (below the primary USB connector). Then there are the D+ and D- holes (near to pins 2 to 4), which are for the secondary (high speed, host) USB port.
    Thanks a lot for the fast answer, so unfortunately I have no way to route it in the pcb without cabling...maybe the extension cable is my only solution by now.

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    Perhaps use pogo pins?

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    But its the hub port pins you want for USB MIDI out... they have through holes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theremingenieur View Post
    Perhaps use pogo pins?
    I would prefer not to use this ones, they are quite expensive here and I dont trust that much this pins for being in the road

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    The last time I used 3.6 I have MIDI out on its own conector, not host

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    dielectric grease is good for pogo pin setups

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddson View Post
    But its the hub port pins you want for USB MIDI out... they have through holes
    Sorry... misread.
    Last edited by oddson; 12-04-2018 at 11:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmonaut View Post
    With 3.2 I had access to pins D+ and D-, but in 3.6 this pins are for a secondary port, isnt It?
    So, are there USB data pins of the primary port available? Which ones?
    These pins in the red circles have identical USB device functionality. The are the same primary USB port on 3.6 as you had on 3.2.

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    These pins in the blue circle are the secondary USB host port.

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