Undertable wrote:for example and is the wiring OK as mentioned below?
claudevh wrote:...Probably, this mixture of cables have conduct to a higher abnormal intensity
claudevh wrote:I don't really understand why you have removed the connectors from the PCB and why you have make direct soldering on the PCB
claudevh wrote:Those connectors contribute to the global cooling
claudevh wrote:you have placed the Bt module into a "closed" metalic box ... this isn't perfect for cooling !?!
claudevh wrote:metalic box...isn't perfect for cooling
claudevh wrote:Clearly the PCB (printed circuit board) has been "nearly burned" at some places
claudevh wrote:I don't see the small wire "antena" anymore, this can cause limitations in operational distance ...
claudevh wrote:...but in domain of electronic .....
Undertable wrote:Operating virtual junction temp 70°C this is hot to the touch but seems to be a normal temperature
Undertable wrote:Perhaps I should srew it on the matal-housing for cooling. TO-220 is applicabe for this. The housing is GND, too so don`t need a mica plate for insulation
Undertable wrote:Thank You Vincèn for proposal
Undertable wrote:..and thanks to all who were interested in my problem, too
Undertable wrote:Hello again,
after trying out my Merlin-mod for a while I did some further small changes* and finished now.
- covered bullseye levels rearside (sun shined through at edge areas and caused malfunction)
- moved the RRS-rail 10mm. Scale starts with zero in the upper pivot axis now and rail is effectively 10mm longer.
- althogh I didnÂ´t use it so far I insulated wireless trigger`s flash socket and connected it again (caused some trouble with bluetooth connection because of the conductive housing)
- additional LED for "wireless trigger ON"
So this is the final version:
mediavets wrote:"small changes"? Is anything left of the orginal Merlin
mediavets wrote:does it wrok well too?
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