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E-SigsProVari parsing

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Post has been editedRage - 26.06.13, 05:47
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Eh. I haven’t created a theme for a long time, well, it's time to open a new topic: D

Fell into my hands (from good people)Provari!
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There was a task - to disassemble, without spoiling the appearance, well, and with the ability to assemble it back.
No sooner said than done.

And so first of all we unscrew the cover of the battery and get rid of the battery itself.
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Some may have a plastic partition in the pot itself (I got caught). It should be slowly shaking off the board and remove it from the board! It is, in principle, not needed at all, but during the analysis it will definitely interfere!
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We get this look:
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Now we take a steel (iron, wooden or some other) rod, it is possible a screwdriver, which is not a pity.
The condition is that the rod should pass between the board and the walls, and be long enough so that it can be used to knock out the cover!
Now we insert this inflow on one side of the board, strike it (hold it in my hands).
Then we insert a bar on the other side of the board, hit it again.
Then from the third party and the fourth. There you will understand why I mentioned 4 different sides: D
In general, as soon as the cover is slightly slid off the base, a little more effort can be applied. Here the main thing is to gently move the cover at the beginning!
ATTENTION!!! Be careful with the button! It breaks down very easily!
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Now you can just slide the main ProVari board out of the case)
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D1 - at the button - LED
D2 - at the button - F02A (X2) - DFLS220L diode
D3 (judging by the numbering) - at the button - F02A (X2) - DFLS220L diode
D4 - for indicators - CB - QZX563C6V8C
D5 - for indicators - CB - QZX563C6V8C
D6 - at the input - ZK - Zenner diode (not yet precisely determined, presumably CZ RF 52C11)
D7 - at the indicators - KGT -? (until I found the decryption)
D8 - from the side of the indicator (very small) - BD - UDZ6V2B
D9 - from the side of the indicator (very small) - BD - UDZ6V2B
L1 (so be it) - in indicators - inductance is 1.5 ОјH
U1 - from the side of the button - AVR AtTiny88 (http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/p...ents/8008S.pdf)
U2 - from the side of the button - R2V -?
U3 - on the side of the button - LCTF 8601 -?
U4 - indicator
U5 - from the side of the button - LTC3785 (http://www.linear.com/product/LTC3785)
U6 - from the side of indicators - is empty! (there really should be an S410 layout)
U7 - from the side of the button - S410 - SiS410 (http://www.vishay.com/docs/68944/sis410n.pdf)
U8 - from the side of the button - S410 - SiS410 (http://www.vishay.com/docs/68944/sis410n.pdf)
U9 - from the side of the button - S410 - SiS410 (http://www.vishay.com/docs/68944/sis410n.pdf)
U10 - from the side of the button - S410 - SiS410 (http://www.vishay.com/docs/68944/sis410n.pdf)
U11 - on the indicator side - S410 - SiS410 (http://www.vishay.com/docs/68944/sis410n.pdf)
U12 - from the side of the button - LTGE -?
U13 - at the indicators - H10 -?
R23 - on the side of the button - a resistor of 0.010 Ohm (10 millime, GREEN ON GREEN)
Q1 - at the button - C01U7 -?
Q2 - at the button - C01U7 -?
Q3 - at the button (small, 6 paws) - TVT -?

C21 - with indicators - 157 0J - Conder 6.3 volts, 150000000 pF

Contact areas:
TP1 - MOSI
TP2 - MISO
TP3 - SCK
TP4 - RESET

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Post has been edited-QwertY- - 07.04.11, 17:01


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