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Powering the camera through the 4-pin connector (according to the arduino tutorial) [closed]

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Following the pan-tilt tutorial with Arduino the schematic says that the camera should be powered through the red cable of the 4 pin connection using a clean 5V power supply and says nothing about powering the camera with USB.

But the jevois documentations says that powering the camera using a USB connection is always required.

What is correct? This is the jevois tutorial I am referencing:  http://jevois.org/tutorials/UserPanTilt.html

closed with the note: I've read the documentation and I was mistaken. The USB connection is always necessary.
asked Sep 16, 2019 in Hardware Questions by lodani (240 points)
closed Sep 17, 2019 by lodani