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Düzenleyen: Tobias Isakeit

Düzenleme onaylandı tarafından Tobias Isakeit

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[title] controller
-[* black] We leave the lid where it is and concentrate our efforts on the side of the controller unit to finally get a foot in the door.
-[* black] And what we found inside was a real surprise (people always fall for this, right?)
-[* black] Nearly half of the circuit boards were covered in a big gob of yellowish transparent rubber.
+[* black] Happy to find some Phillips for a change we take a peek behind the rear lid with the cable. But the other side with the connector pins is a little bit tougher.
+[* black] So we bring out our prying combo [product|IF145-259|Jimmy|new_window=true] and the Plastic Opening Tools and try to negotiate–without any success. Even with the help of the iOpener the lid won't come off.
+[* black] We leave it where it is and concentrate our efforts on the side of the controller unit to finally get a foot in the door. And what we found inside was a real surprise (people always fall for this, right?)
+[* black] All three boards–bridged by an army of pins–where drowned in a big gob of yellowish transparent rubber.
[* icon_note] We suppose this is to dampen vibration and help dissipating the heat to the outside aluminum casing.
-[* black] This circuit sandwich consists of three boards that are held together by an army of pins as well as a fourth component looking like a ??? (long chip) buried under a block of aluminum and also mounted on an aluminum base. This base connects directly to the housing for cooling.

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