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Skywire Miner Components List
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Below is the list of parts identified in the official sky miner pictures

**This isn't a confirmed or complete list. More info will be provided when it becomes available

Board
Orange Pi Prime Development Board H5 Quad-core 

[Image: Orange_Pi_H5_Board.jpg]

Miner Frame
Struts
Aluminium T-Slot Strut
[Image: 0002853_t-slot-strut-profile-20mm_300.jpeg]
External Bracket
For joining the T-Struts together

[Image: T-Strut-Bracket.jpg]

PCB Stand-off Spacers
For holding boards in place

[Image: Hexagonal_Copper_Ferrule_Cylinder_Pillars.jpg]
Power 

PSU: Mean Well NES-100-5 : 5V 20A (100W) Switching PSU

[Image: RS-100-24.jpg?time=1506275525]
Switch: 10A 250V 3 Pin Inlet Power Module Fuse Switch (IEC300) 

[Image: Power_Inlet_Module.jpg]


DC Male Plug Cable
For powering the Orange PIs. Size: 4.0 mm x 1.7 mm (Thanks AlbertAi01)

[Image: DC_Male_Connector_Plug.jpg]

Shopping List 
Compliments Morgan Weedman

http://got.by/25idyd CPU BOARD + 2 GB of RAM+ 4 CPU cores + DC Power supply cable    - 8 Pieces

http://got.by/25ie1o 16GB Storage A1 Class MicroSD  - 8 Pieces

http://got.by/25ie47 Lan Cables  - 8 Pieces

http://amzn.to/2Doxepf OpenWRT Giga Router - 1 piece (if you find with  8+1 ports, you dont need the Giga switch below)

http://got.by/25ie7b  8+1 port Giga switch - 1 piece

http://got.by/25jau5 5V 20A (100W) Switching PSU - 1 piece

http://got.by/25owi4 - DC Jack male (you need only 1)

https://goo.gl/T7wrFC DC connector 5.5x2.1 to 4.0x1.7 (you'll need only 8)

http://got.by/25jbb9 Switch: 10A 250V 3 Pin Inlet Power Module Fuse Switch

http://got.by/25ovj4 - 2x Power Cord

http://got.by/25ovus - DC Power Splitter with 8 ports

https://alpinelinux.org/downloads/ Alpine Linux   - free software

https://github.com/skycoin/skywire - SKYWIRE SOFTWARE

https://goo.gl/Ft2kSk - 5.5 / 2.1 female to 4.0 / 1.7mm male adapters


Attached Files
.pdf   NES-100-SPEC.PDF (Size: 561.53 KB / Downloads: 104)
.xlsx   Specification Sheet of Skyminer (Build 2.0).xlsx (Size: 11.64 KB / Downloads: 117)
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#2
Thought I'd share this too from the TG. Gives a number to the components but doesn't say what they all are. Figured it's better than nothing.

Also, can you confirm whether the power supply is the SE-100 or the NES-100? I don't see an "S-100" model. The specs appear to be the same between the SE and NES so maybe it's not an issue?

http://www.meanwellusa.com/webapp/produc...od=NES-100

http://www.meanwellusa.com/webapp/produc...rod=SE-100


Attached Files
.pdf   User_Guide_3_Part_List.pdf (Size: 1.14 MB / Downloads: 52)
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(12-19-2017, 03:27 AM)Arroyo Wrote: can you confirm whether the power supply is the SE-100 or the NES-100?


Thanks for pointing out that NE was missing from the model name. NES-100-5 is correct. I've updated the original post
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#4
just posted this on my twitter
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#5
i'd like to try and build a skyminer. could use some help.

i can get 8 of these. do they come with storage, ram, etc. or do i need those separate?
https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product...48527.html

i'll get a 5v power supply:
https://www.jameco.com/z/RS-50-5-MEAN-WE...23388.html

will any router work, or do i need a special kind or router?

do i need any special hardware to load ubuntu, or just a regular thumb drive will work for that?
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(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: i can get 8 of these. do they come with storage, ram, etc. or do  i need those separate?

You will need to purchase 16-64GB Class 10 MicroSD cards separately. 

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: i'll get a 5v power supply

That will only power 4x Orange Pi boards. 100W power supply needed for 8x Orange Pi's

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: will any router work, or do i need a special kind or router?
 
You need a router that supports OpenWRT firmware

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: do i need any special hardware to load ubuntu, or just a regular thumb drive will work for that?
 
Looking at the Orange Pi node video, you will need an Ubuntu Virtual machine. Oracle VM VirtualBox is free. Available here -> http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server...index.html
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#7
The orange pi cables are 4.0 mm x 1.7 mm. Anyone find a decent splitter?
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(12-23-2017, 03:50 PM)skyguy Wrote:
(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: i can get 8 of these. do they come with storage, ram, etc. or do  i need those separate?

You will need to purchase 64GB Class 10 MicroSD cards seperate

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: i'll get a 5v power supply

That will only power 4x Orange Pi boards. 100W power supply needed for 8x Orange Pi's

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: will any router work, or do i need a special kind or router?
 
You need a router that supports OpenWRT firmware

(12-23-2017, 02:38 PM)pueswa Wrote: do i need any special hardware to load ubuntu, or just a regular thumb drive will work for that?
 
Looking at the Orange Pi node video, you will need an Ubuntu Virtual machine. Oracle VM VirtualBox is free. Available here -> http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server...index.html

Why a router that supports OpenWRT firmware is needed?
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#9
Quote: Why a router that supports OpenWRT firmware is needed?

For safety
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#10
Hi,
I have PSU (shown below), how many miners will be running on this PSU?

[Image: IMG_20171228_170733.jpg]

[Image: IMG_20171228_171737.jpg]

Also, where to give power for this device?
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