PD Micro

by Ryan Ma

Arduino Pro Micro functionality and pinout with 5-20 V power delivery through USB-C

May 25, 2021

Shipping Soon

Good news! PD Micro product are on their way to Crowd Supply's warehouse for final distribution. Each PD Micro is wrapped with an antistatic bag and put inside a hard plastic shell. Please take this time to check your delivery address! Read the full update.


Apr 27, 2021

Testing and Packaging in Progress

There were some delays in production and shipment from the factory after the long holiday in China. We finally got all the SMT boards lately last month. Read the full update.


Feb 08, 2021

Thank you for a successful campaign!

The crowdfunding campaign for PD Micro, the first Ardunio-compatible board with USB Type-C power delivery, has ended successfully. Read the full update for the manufacturing schedule! Read the full update.


Jan 26, 2021

Campaign Ending Soon + Open Source Design Files and Packet Logging!

Only a few more days before this campaign comes to an end. If you like it and know someone who may need an Arduino board with USB Type-C power delivery in their design projects, please share this with them. Read the full updates for open source KiCad design files and packet logging. Read the full update.


Jan 14, 2021

Improved RAM usage and status logging

In this update, you can catch up on our latest development work. We've been busy! Read the full update.


Jan 04, 2021

USB PD 3.0 programmable power supply (PPS) support now available

Fun fact: initially, the PD Micro library and hardware were designed for USB PD 2.0 with fixed power output. Now, however, more and more PPS-supported adapters are available in the market. We purchased a USB PD PPS power adapter and did some quick code modifications to PD Micro. Excitingly, we've verified that PD Micro can run the PPS protocol without issues. Read the full update for our workarounds and GitHub repo. Read the full update.


Dec 16, 2020

We Are Live!

Finally, the world first Arduino programmable USB-C Power Delivery board is available. If you are interested, please support the project! PD-Micro provides safe, controlled power delivery, comes with a USB Type-C power delivery Arduino library, is a standalone, programmable PD trigger, and is fully open source. And more! Read the full update.


$14,068 raised

of $2,800 goal

502% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$28

PD Micro

One PD Micro, one set of pin headers, and one Molex 3.5 mm screw terminal jack

Credits

Ryan Ma

Ryan makes open source hardware.


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