Hallo Per, > It's the post that eventually ended up in the FAQ. I followed the > instructions, and 12V works OK, but I'm having problems with 5V. The > 5V section reads: > > 5. Locate L5. It will probably be in one of two locations. On the > older version, desolder the right hand leg and lift. On the newer > version, desolder the top leg and lift. > > 6. Connect +5V to the empty L5 hole. > > Measuring at the hole where I connected I get a healthy +5V, but if I > measure at pin 2 on the user port I get less than +1V. Any ideas of > what might be wrong? Should L5 be connected again? What does it do? L5 is a coil. A coil has two ends. Connecting the 5V to the hole of one end didn't work out. So let's try the other one! Have a look at the SCH in the Ref.Guide and you know why :-) BTW, a coil does nothing else then filtering spikes and noice out of the 5V. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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