Place on the minimum value of the "omega" symbol (resistance), and it shouldn't make a difference the polarization (red vs back cable).therealeasterbunny wrote:[...] what setting to I put my digital multimeter on for ohms and what do I put my red/blue pokey sticks on in terms of Pi bits to give you the readings to update the Wiki for B1213? Happy to help if I know what to set / poke. Can anyone point me in the right setting?
there are no model A boards made yetmarcoalexcampos wrote:So far we just seen model B boards. Does anyone has model A boards?
Just added. Can you send some clear pictures to post?RaTTuS wrote:got a 3rd one
Can you send some pictures and other data so I can add your cards to the wiki?antijn wrote:I got two cards showing the same problems. One from RS, build week 1218 which has stability problems and one from Farnell, also build week 1218, but works in the same setup.
I'll have a look. Thank you!AndrewS wrote:See this thread also:
I think that's the serial number, where the Fernell boards start with "FN" and the RS have a quite different nomenclature.AndrewS wrote:Might be worth adding the long number (I have no idea what it indicates) from the white sticker to the wiki-table too?
Well pointed. This makes even more important to have that info on the table since that's the chip that has been associated to more problems.AndrewS wrote:Edit: And I suspect the "b1134" etc. marking on the USB chip may also be a build-week, i.e. the 34th week of 2011 ?
[...]the FN is to distinquish the ones made under our contract as opposed the the other source of them, RS.
YYMM seem to be the next but the last would only limit us to having 100K a month - which would make sense given how fast we can get them into and out of the warehouse.