I've got this SMD USB-C type connector I want to use:
It has a single row of 12 pins along the back, presumably meaning the other 12 USB C pins are pre-connected internally. Neat. This also suggests it would be easier to solder, having only half the pins to deal with.
However, I can't find a datasheet or land pattern for this anywhere. I can find the two other (conventional) styles - the one where the second set of 12 pins is available, either as a secondary row underneath the body of the connector or as a set of mini through-hole pins (they call that one the "hybrid" pattern).
I have no details about this at all - no manufacturer name, and the store I bought it from has no idea (presumably they bought it in bulk from Asia). There are no identifying markings that could lead me in the right direction either.
Anyone have any clues?