Freerunner will be GTA02v5 or GTA02v6?
BertHartm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 16:22:56 CEST 2008
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Crane, Matthew wrote:
| How complicated would surgery to fix this be? Is it reasonable to
| create a wiki page detailing hw fix?
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| Subject: Re: Freerunner will be GTA02v5 or GTA02v6? (was: Fwd: Future
| Button and LED software spec)
| Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| |> | Is it possible to turn off these LEDs via Software?
| |> Yes, they're all controlled from the CPU and default to being off.
| | Does this mean that they won't draw any power when they're turned off?
| They won't draw any power when off... that part works as intended.
| It's only when you turn them on, the transistor causes the CPU pin
| itself to eat current itself due to an oversight. The effect in
| consumption terms is something as if you lit several LEDs instead of the
| one, say. But the LEDs come on and off as normal, are lit properly,
| In normal use the LEDs aren't on much if at all, so it isn't anything
| that would stop me getting an A5 personally.
I believe I've read somewhere (probably another branch of this thread) that the
LED issue will be fixed for all shipping Freerunners because they just need to
switch out a transistor (though the current testing models still have it). So no
surgery will be necessary.
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