How to setup a Deluge powered USB lamp
With energy prices going up it may not be a bad idea to put energy saving measures to the limit. I found a way to do just that by using Deluge's USB-B socket at its back which functions as a 5 volts power socket provided the Deluge is powered by a center negative power adapter of 9 to 12 volts. Won't work when they Deluge is battery powered.
The extra necessities are a down angled USB-B plug/male to USB-B socket/female adapter combined with a USB-B plug/male to USB-A socket/female, the latter to fit in the USB lamp.
Pay attention to the fact that the USB-B socket at the back of the Deluge is actually upside down. That's important to know when you look for that angled USB-B adapter.
Watch the pictures as illustration of the hack. It's a bit wobbly but the idea worked out fine.
Watch the pictures as illustration.