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livebox:assembly [2013/04/13 10:07]
minerva9 [HAH PCB assembly notes]
livebox:assembly [2013/04/13 12:37] (current)
minerva9 [Before Power-up]
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-Before powering up for the 1st time, visually check the HAH PCB for any short circuits. With the Livebox power unplugged, use the MMJ to RJ11 cable to connect the HAH PCB to the Livebox. Before inserting the AVR chip, be sure to use a multimeter to check that ~= 5V (4.8V is typical) is present at pin 7 of the IC socket with Ground on pin 8. If you don't get near to 5V or you get something higher than 5V, STOP NOW and investigate.+Before powering up for the 1st time, visually check the HAH PCB for any short circuits. With the Livebox power unplugged, use the MMJ to RJ11 cable to connect the HAH PCB to the Livebox. Apply power. Before inserting the AVR chip, be sure to use a multimeter to check that ~= 5V (4.8V is typical) is present at pin 7 of the IC socket with Ground on pin 8. If you don't get near to 5V or you get something higher than 5V, STOP NOW and investigate.
  
-Start by getting things going without the LCD or the RF Module connected. With power removed, insert the AVR chip (the correct way around) then power up the Livebox and let it bootup. Use [[http://​www.xapautomation.org/​index.php?​title=xFx_Viewer|xFx ​viewer]] to see that the xAP endpoints on the HAH are visible. If all is well, power down & plug in the LCD. Powering up again should show you the IP address of the HAH after it boots (adjust the trimpot if you don't see anything on the LCD). Once you are happy that all is good, power down again & add the RF module.+Start by getting things going without the LCD or the RF Module connected. With power removed, insert the AVR chip (the correct way around) then power up the Livebox and let it bootup. Use [[http://​www.xapautomation.org/​index.php?​title=xFx_Viewer|xFx ​Viewer]] to see that the xAP endpoints on the HAH are visible. If all is well, power down & plug in the LCD. Powering up again should show you the IP address of the HAH after it boots (adjust the trimpot if you don't see anything on the LCD). Once you are happy that all is good, power down again & add the RF module.