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alternative_power_for_the_raspberry_pi [2018/03/24 21:50]
Traumflug [Additional Power Connector]
alternative_power_for_the_raspberry_pi [2018/05/27 16:10] (current)
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 {{ :​rpi:​raspberry_pi_3_model_b_power_in_pcb_area.jpeg?​direct&​400|Pi 3 Model B Power In PCB Area.}} {{ :​rpi:​raspberry_pi_3_model_b_power_in_pcb_area.jpeg?​direct&​400|Pi 3 Model B Power In PCB Area.}}
  
-Having a close look at the lower right corner of the Pi's PCB on the back side one can easily identify //PP1// and //PP2// as test points, which easily dub as solder pads. One can also see that the right side of the fusethis bigger part labeled //26 7F// is directly connected to these test points. Several places to solder a wire delivering 5\_volts to.+Having a close look at the lower right corner of the Pi's PCB on the back side one can easily identify //PP1// and //PP2// as test points, which easily dub as solder pads. One can also see that the right side of the fuse (this bigger part labeled //267F//is directly connected to these test points. Several places to solder a wire delivering 5\_volts to.
  
 Finding a solder pad for connecting GND is just as easy. There'​s not only //PP5// clearly visible, one can also use one of these four ovals which clamp the Power In USB connector to the board. Well, perhaps three usable ones, because the upper right oval is surrounded by the 5\_V copper track. Finding a solder pad for connecting GND is just as easy. There'​s not only //PP5// clearly visible, one can also use one of these four ovals which clamp the Power In USB connector to the board. Well, perhaps three usable ones, because the upper right oval is surrounded by the 5\_V copper track.
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