I would like to know the part No. of micro USB connector on-board the Raspberry Pi Zero & Zero W. As per the schematic available under official Raspberry Pi documentation, it is listed as 690-005-298-486. However, when searched on digikey and other websites, it was found to be a USB Mini-A connector not USB micro B!!!

Anyone aware of the exact part no. pl. post it.

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This looks like a mistake, or perhaps the part is no longer available. Note that other Raspberries have 10103594-0001LF from Amphenol:

Micro USB 2.0 B Receptacle STD, SMT+DIP

  • Thanks for the response. Other Raspberries in the sense? Is the part mentioned above used on Raspberry Pi Zero board? I need the exact part number as I have a damaged Pi zero and would like to use these micro USB connectors on another custom PCB!
    – Raghavan K
    Mar 18, 2020 at 16:45
  • @RaghavanK That Amphenol part is used on Pi 2 / Pi 3. I don't have a Pi Zero so I can't say for sure, but from the pictures I see online it seems to have a similar receptacle. If you're building a custsom PCB, just buy the connectors you need. Why reuse a (potentially broken) connector from a non-working Pi? Mar 19, 2020 at 8:24
  • The Raspberry Pi zero is dead but both the micro usb connectors on it are absolutely fine. So, thought of re-using them!
    – Raghavan K
    Mar 20, 2020 at 9:16

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