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Title: Proxima & PSU Tests
Created: 21.02.2008 19:59
These are the pictures from my adventures fixing a Proxima Ultralight and testing some ATX power supplies.
Proxima Ultralight SV1+
Proxima Ultralight S...
I couldn't resist a little fun on the projector... Haha. (Alba18/PangyaJP -> Tsukaya [only really on alba now that pangyajp has banned all non-japanese IPs]).
I couldn't resist a ...
The Proxima, newly fixed, in its new home:  The meeting room.
The Proxima, newly f...
So, I'm missing a few pictures; but basically: The fuse from the burnt PSU was the same as the one in the Proxima, and after a bit of soldering on the Proxima and some hot glue (to prevent more burning on it's board) it was back up and running!  I saved my company like $1000.
So, I'm missing a fe...
A really, really burnt PSU.  But the fuse was still intact... Hmmm....
A really, really bur...
Here's the setup I used for testing the PSUs.  You can see my super-hard-to-make PS_ON tool plugged into the end of the mobo plug.
Here's the setup I u...
My super-hard-to-make tool for getting the ATX power supplies to power up.  This shorts the PS_ON (pin 14) to a ground (I use pin 15).
My super-hard-to-mak...
Here we can see problem two: A blown fuse. (it's ceramic so I had to use my multimeter)
Here we can see prob...
Here we can see one of the problems with the PSU: The board is badly burnt, and some connections are no longer ... connected.
Here we can see one ...
This is a non-functional power supply from an old Proxima Ultralight SV1+ projector that my office was going to throw out.
This is a non-functi...