Quoted from Wolfmarsh:
Yeah that's correct.
I watched your video, no clue what is going on there, but if you unhook all your cables from it aside from the RJ45 network cables, does the board lights start to work properly? It seems like you have a short in your wiring.
Here is a better coil diagram:
Sorry was out with the wife and kids watching the new Jumanji movie in 3D.
Pissed myself,great movie!
Anyway,i think somehow the i/o board fed back 48v to the nano in some freaky way.
The nano is just completely dead.
Tried another i/o board on it but the nano hás all its voltages and when i measure at the tip points on the board,all voltage is ok(12 and 5)it is just not pairing nor showing life with its leds.
The 5 green fuses on the board are ok too.
This coil wiring you send me shows these diodes,the coil we were attampting to fire does not have one...but the docs say they are only there for double safety?
When something dies on me,i always like to find the cause and time of death.
But this really puzzles me?
My config is simple,but it did not fire the coil,it melted the coil slowly...and ofcourse when you smell it,you are too late(well...the coil survived...)
I am not mad in any way,don’t get me wrong,beautiful board system,i really like the loop connecting and saving a ton on wiring....just annoyed i have not ruled out yet what i did wrong here.
I can afford a new nano,also not a problem at all,but i am kind of hesitant about hooking up a brand new nano and frying it again you see?
You guys can order one and have it like tomorrow.
Over here it takes a month.
That is a brick wall i run into now.