Apologies if this is rather obvious but I am very much new to circuitry and most answers I have found are about designing new products.
I have a USB Type C female receptacle that I would like to attach to my keyboard. The keyboard PCB has a USB 2.0 pin out labeled S, G, D+, D-, V. I am wondering where I should attach the S pin (I believe shield) to the female receptacle. The original cable was wired directly from pin out to USB A male plug.
From what I understand, I can:
- Somehow connect S to receptacle (buy a different one?)
- Leave S unconnected
- Connect S to receptacle ground
Here is my keyboard pin out.
Here is my Type C receptacle:
I would like to attach it as a Ducky 2 or Pok3r would connect to a desktop. I wish to replace the current cable with one that is detachable at the keyboard.