This USB Type C breakout is kinda interesting, it looks similar to our right angle USB C socket breakout, but it’s an ‘inline’ style with pads for soldering to the connections. We think it could be handy for making custom cable harnesses! Unlike our breakout, it also has the true dual-row USB C connector and all pads broken out. It does not have any resistors to set direction/current – required to have USB C enumerate. It’s really just a connector breakout. That said, it could be handy for inline connections that need a range of pin connections
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