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USBee 03 Oct 2016 17:15 #7637

When will a forum be created for it? I'd like to see other users experiences before I decide to buy. I do have one question though: can it be used to check the Apple USB-C charger via an USB-a to USB-C adapter?
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USBee 03 Oct 2016 19:04 #7642

I do not see why a properly-made adapter should cause problems with measuring voltages and currents. It adds only a small amount of resistance, not anything significant for the types of measurements being made. An unusually long USB cable could have the same effect.

I am going to try to move this posting to the new USBee forum. (As you can see, the move worked).
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Last Edit: 03 Oct 2016 19:05 by micromattech3.
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USBee 03 Oct 2016 19:27 #7643

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USBee 03 Oct 2016 19:58 #7644

Checking the reviews, there are some problems for specific applications, but I see no reason why a simple voltage or current measurement would not work with this adapter.
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