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Two Usb Voltage Connected?

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usb voltage

I have two usb v+ wires attached to the same voltage line. Will this cause bad things to happen or is it fine? The usb both come from the same computer. Similarly, if I connected a different voltage to the V+ line which is in turn attached to the v+ wire of usb, would this be fine?

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When you connect two v+ usb line from same computer there are no problems. I don't understand the second question, but you can transform the v+ in other voltage (less or high) using correct devices, but connect a low impedance voltage source with different or same value not.
 

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Stardom said:
Similarly, if I connected a different voltage to the V+ line which is in turn attached to the v+ wire of usb, would this be fine?
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The different voltage could be any thing!! This could be hazardus to the computer and / or the supply connected.
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