Sometime ago my old Asus X101H netbook died with a molten cooler fan. I've extracted it's webcam, which I want to use for another project.
Now I'm trying to map the pinout of the connector. The situation looks like this:
So I'm guessing it's using USB to connect the webcam. On the board is also a microphone, so I'm guessing there are two USB interfaces.
I've figured out the grounds by measuring the resistance by the screw hole (left side of the boards frontal view).
The black and the blue wire are GNDs. I know it's hard to figure out
D+ but it's not so bad if I get the wrong.
My only problem is, how can I figure out which pins are the VCCs?
On the label of the cable is written:
X101H CMOS CABLE P/N: 14004-00090100 HIGH-TEK (KW5) 11/08/22
I've a Fluke Multimeter, but not many other tools.
Thank you in advance!