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STD Raspberry Pi Zero Nano Server Bridge for phone chargers

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Creation time: 2020-01-20 23:04:36
Update time: 2020-03-05 17:35:00
Inspired by N-O-D-E's (Not to be confused with the gaming channel) [Nano Server V2 PCB Bridge](https://n-o-d-e.net/nano_server2.html), my variant is designed to fit on Apple's 5W US Charger and now for the US IKEA Koppla USB charger with a 3D printed enclosure. The reason I designed this PCB is that Node's PCB only fits a specific charging adapter and a specific USB Type A Male plug that I believe it's cost efficient in Europe but overpriced in the United States. Almost forgot to remind you that this is my first PCB I designed in EasyEDA. I also made an unmarked version in this project Credits: - Julian47 - USB Type A Male mounting holes - N-O-D-E - [Inspiration from his Nano Server V2](https://n-o-d-e.net/nano_server2.html)
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