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moguli  
sashijoseph replied at 2014-8-19 22:38
The Bananpi would require atleast a 5V 1Amp supply(2Amp recommended) and the 3.5" hdd would have to  ...

Hi sashijoseph,

I also smell something burn in my new banana pi after I boot up.

something burn

something burn


And I see some component burn in the back of  banana pi.
You can see the red ring I focus on.

Do you have the same problem?

moguli  
I found the burned component called S4.  

Edited by MrGlasspoole at 2014-10-17 00:32
sashijoseph replied at 2014-8-26 02:38
Post Last Edited by sashijoseph at 2014-8-26 09:04

Well that totally depends on you...if you don' ...


Just read that and need to laugh.
When the going gets rough there is always this:
schnabeltasse.jpg
Thats what you get when you go to the old folks home

moguli replied at 2014-10-16 17:39
I found the burned component called S4.

Sorry just saw that theres more in this thread.

Thats D5? Thats a diode but can't find it in the data shed.
What did you do?

From your questions i guess you can't solder?

deenbee  
Edited by deenbee at 2014-10-17 00:42

I think work perfect with 3.5 HD ussing a external power supply for 12 volts connected directly to hard drive power supply input the colors are Yellow (+12v) Black (-)   the Red (+5v)  & Orange (+3.3V) (optional)

Edited by MrGlasspoole at 2014-10-17 02:32
deenbee replied at 2014-10-17 01:02
I think work perfect with 3.5 HD ussing a external power supply for 12 volts connected directly to h ...


Green? What HDD has 3.3V? Not even my C64 and Amiga 500 have that

I quick made a image to make it clear:
3.5-HDD-to-Banana.jpg

Edit:
I found it. Its a 1N5819 (SCHOTTKY DIODE) type SOD123

deenbee  
Edited by deenbee at 2014-10-17 00:42
MrGlasspoole replied at 2014-10-16 22:15
Green? What HDD has 3.3V? Not even my C64 and Amiga 500 have that  

I quick made a image to mak ...


Here some examples full wiki information about some Serial Ata power cable


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA


example1

example1

example2

example2



Sorry for my error about green cables my english is so bad, I talking about orange cables not green sorry


deenbee  
Edited by deenbee at 2014-10-17 00:43

If you have a Ultimate ATX PSU in your personal computer open the cover from chasis there you can see orange cables on SATA power connectors

I dont know the correctly functions about orange cables but in some cases have

deenbee  
MrGlasspoole replied at 2014-10-16 22:15
Green? What HDD has 3.3V? Not even my C64 and Amiga 500 have that  

I quick made a image to mak ...

I think the external SATA power you show it in the picture is good idea for not take a Burn some device, right choise for beginners

Edited by MrGlasspoole at 2014-10-17 04:29
deenbee replied at 2014-10-17 03:47
I think the external SATA power you show it in the picture is good idea for not take a Burn some d ...


Not only for beginners. It's the only way to power a 3.5" drive because the SATA-Power-Connector on the Banana has only 5V.

The picture is done from the parts the thread starter has.

And yes there is orange 3.3 volt on psu cables. But HDDs are still all 12V/5V.

And hey, i don't need to open a front cover.
I have ~10 PCs.
2x DOS, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, ~4x Windows 8, Amiga 500, C64...
I still use a 3dfx Voodoo 1 and a Voodoo 5500...

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