GT2560. Is that an error?

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dehm
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GT2560. Is that an error?

Post by dehm » Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:50 am

My GT 2560 board was broken and I bought a new one, but it didn't work. A friend of mine told me that the problem could be that the +5V and +24V and welded togehter (I don know about electronic issues).

The thing is that I am seeing the pictures of the web where I bought it (lightinthebox), and I can see those connectors welded, as you can see below (the 4th picture):

https://www.lightinthebox.com/es/geeete ... TB20171006

But in my old board and others I can see by internet those connectors are not welded, like that (2nd picture):
https://www.banggood.com/es/GT2560-3D-P ... rehouse=CN

And I am wondering if the board I have bought is defective or it is just a sillyness and is not the origin of the board doesn't work

Thank you in advance and sorry about my poor english

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Re: GT2560. Is that an error?

Post by William » Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:30 pm

You should ensure your Power supply unit works well
(Check the voltage of power output is 11---13V)
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Re: GT2560. Is that an error?

Post by dehm » Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:05 pm

Thank you William. The power supply works fine. It send 5V and 12 V to each connectors of the board. But I wonder it those board is receiving 12 V instead 5 V because of the positive connections are welded.

Thank you again!

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