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7699Re: Bricked NSLU2 ?

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  • sdm485
    Feb 2, 2009
      The power supply has probably died but the NSLU2 is OK. You could connect a voltmeter
      to the ends to see what is there. I would be careful about the replacement power supply
      though. The NSLU2 feeds the power supply voltage directly to the USB ports (so it can drive
      USB hard drives I expect) so the voltage is important. I would suggest you get a similar
      regulated 5V supply. The ones that come with USB hubs are a good choice but you would
      have to change the connector.

      --- In nslu2-general@yahoogroups.com, "Harsh Baste" <harshbaste@...> wrote:
      > I recently brought along my NSLU2 from the US and plugged it into a
      > power socket in Singapore. Unfortunately I wasn't paying attention to
      > the power adaptor rating and it turns out that the adaptor doesn't
      > step down the input supply current from 230V/60Hz (Asia) to 110V/50Hz
      > (US).
      > The NSLU2 doesn't power up of course but what I'm more worried about
      > is - have I bricked the NSLU2 or just bricked the power adapter?
      > Any assistance would be appreciated.
      > Thanks,
      > H
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