The instructions below walk you through connecting your TinyPilot Power Connector to your Raspberry Pi and target computer.
Use a short USB-C to USB-A cable to connect the USB-C port on the Raspberry Pi to the USB-A port on the TinyPilot Power Connector.
Connect a microUSB to USB-A cable to the port labeled "Power" on the TinyPilot Power Connector. Connect the other end to a 5 V / 3 Amp USB power adaptor and plug it into a power outlet.
Only use the TinyPilot power connector with power supplies that provide power isolation. Virtually all modern power supplies isolate power, but if you're working with especially old (20+ years) or low-quality hardware, verify that it's power isolated.
Connect a microUSB to USB-A cable to the port labeled "Data" on the TinyPilot Power Connector. Connect the other end to a USB port on your target computer.
If everything is connected correctly, you should see the Pi's power LED shine a solid red. The disk activity LED will flash green intermittently as the device runs.
How'd installation go?
If you have any questions or feedback about your TinyPilot, I'll be happy to help you in the support forum.