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Low voltage reported on V1 (6.8V) but no evidence of actual low voltage?

Started by summetj, December 04, 2022, 04:51:34 PM

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summetj

I'm seeing a V1: 6.8v (but V2 is 11.9V).  I do have two power supplies, so I pulled out the multi-meter, but both supplies are right around 11.9 volts output under load when the display is running.   [And the input ports on the F16V3 also show 11.9 volts on both the left and right sides...]  And the 1-8 port lights are just as bright as the 9-16 port lights, so no evidence that my 12v pixels are seeing a reduced voltage.

The player appears to be working just fine otherwise.   I'm suspicious that the voltage sensor itself may be off? 

Any other diagnostics I should be doing?

Thanks,
Jay

Controller Information:

Name:F16V3 SW Version:v2.59
Uptime:00:09:16Controller Time:18:50:1912-04-22
Temp. 1:34°C (93°F)Temp. 240°C (104°F)
Voltage 1:6.8 VVoltage 212.1 V
Fan RPM:0 RPMProcessor Temp:59°C (138°F)

Poporacer

That is a bug that had been around for a while. Just ignore it
If to err is human, I am more human than most people.

jnealand

I agree with Poporacer.  Known problem for a couple of years.  Stop looking at those numbers and just use your multimeter.  sigh
Jim Nealand
Kennesaw, GA all Falcon controllers, all 12v Master Remote Multisync with Pi and BBB P10 and P5

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