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Arduino UNO USB Host Shield

Arduino UNO USB Host Shield

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  • This is UNO USB Host Shield for Arduino
  • The UNO USB shield for Arduino works with standard (dual 5/3.3V) and 3.3V boards.
  • The USB shield host complies with USB Specification Revision 2.0 (Full-Speed 12Mbps Peripheral, Full-/Low-Speed 12Mbps/1.5Mbps Host)
  • It Supports HID devices, such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, etc.
  • This is Compatible with Mass storage devices, such as USB sticks, memory card readers, external hard drives (FAT32 Type File System – Mega Arduino only).

UNO USB Host Shield for Arduino

The UNO USB Host Shield compatible with Arduino is based on the MAX3421E, which is a USB peripheral/host controller containing the digital logic and analog circuitry necessary to implement a full-speed USB peripheral or a full-/low-speed host compliant to USB specification rev 2.0. For a successful communication to happen using USB host shield protocol, you need at least one of the device to be the host, which means that you cannot connect two keyboards together and expect them to communicate with each other.

Features:

  • Works with standard (dual 5/3.3V) and 3.3V-only (for example, Pro Arduino) boards.
  • Operates over the extended -40°C to +85°C temperature range
  • Complies with USB Specification Revision 2.0 (Full-Speed 12Mbps Peripheral, Full-/Low-Speed 12Mbps/1.5Mbps Host)
  • Supports HID devices, such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, etc.
  • Compatible with Mass storage devices, such as USB sticks, memory card readers, external hard drives

Package Includes:

  • 1 x UNO USB Host Shield for Arduino

UNO USB Host Shield Specifications:

Shield Type  USB Host Shield 
Compatible  UNO board compatible with Arrduino
Supports  HID devices, such as keyboards, mice, joysticks
Dimensions  5 x 4 x 1 cms 
Weight  15 grams

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1. How to connect USB Host Shield to Arduino?

  • To connect a USB Host Shield to an Arduino board, you will need to follow these steps:
  1. Gather your materials: You will need an Arduino board, a USB Host Shield, and any other components or sensors you want to include in your project.
  2. Connect the shield to the Arduino: Line up the pins on the shield with the pins on the Arduino board and carefully press the shield onto the board. Make sure the pins are aligned properly and that the shield is seated securely on the board.
  3. Connect your components: If you are using any additional components or sensors, such as a USB device or an SD card, connect them to the appropriate ports on the shield.
  4. Load the software: Use the Arduino software to load the sketch (program) that you want to run on your Arduino. You may need to install the USB Host library or other libraries to use the shield.
  5. Upload the sketch: Connect your Arduino to your computer using a USB cable and upload the sketch to the Arduino using the Arduino software.
  6. Test your project: Once the sketch has been uploaded, test your project to make sure it is working as expected.

Keep in mind that the specifics of connecting a USB Host Shield to an Arduino board will depend on the specific version of the shield and the Arduino board you are using. Refer to the documentation provided with the shield and the Arduino software for more detailed instructions.

2. What is a USB Host Shield Arduino?

  • A USB Host Shield is an Arduino expansion board that allows the Arduino to communicate with and control USB devices. A USB host controller and a series of connectors that can be used to interface with USB devices are typically included in the shield. The USB Host Shield can be used to add a variety of features to an Arduino project. You can use it to connect and control USB devices such as keyboards, mice, and USB storage devices, for example. It can also be used to interface with USB sensors and other USB-based devices. To use the USB Host Shield with an Arduino, you must first install the USB Host library or another USB communication library. After installing the library, launch the Arduino software to load a sketch (programme) that communicates with the USB devices connected to the shield. Overall, the USB Host Shield is a simple and convenient way to add USB connectivity to your Arduino projects. It can control a variety of USB devices and add new functionality to your projects.