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Skywire Miner Components List
#21
Could you share a link for the DC Male Plug Cable?  For some reason I'm getting an error when I try to download the Excel file.
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#22
Hello, since the orange pi power supply is 4.0x1.7 and not 5.5x2.1, would you mind adding these adapters to the list?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/10pcs-4-...autifyAB=3
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#23
(01-25-2018, 10:48 PM)Paperstream Wrote: Hello, since the orange pi power supply is 4.0x1.7 and not 5.5x2.1, would you mind adding these adapters to the list?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/10pcs-4-...autifyAB=3

1st post updated. Thanks for sharing
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#24
How much cost all of this? If I ordered all components can you guide me how to build miner and how to optimize. I have 5000$ so how many miners i build and how much profitable.
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#25
When do we get a confirmed list?
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#26
(01-26-2018, 02:14 PM)Jkei Wrote: When do we get a confirmed list?

I was promised an answer from the team, i wait in patience. Once i have i will make a catalog and post it here, do not worry.
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#27
(01-27-2018, 07:24 AM)Mihai Wrote:
(01-26-2018, 02:14 PM)Jkei Wrote: When do we get a confirmed list?

I was promised an answer from the team, i wait in patience. Once i have i will make a catalog and post it here, do not worry.

Tanks, but I guess it's safe to buy orange pi prime?
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#28
Hi,

I bought the TP-Link Archer AC1750 Smart WiFi Router – Dual Band Gigabit, Qualcomm Inside (C7) router for OpenWrt, but I found it that I bought the version 4. (European version)
At the website of openwrt, (https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/start), only firmware for version 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0 is available. What should I do to get OpenWrt running on my Archer C7 v4.0?
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#29
(12-13-2017, 06:45 AM)skyguy Wrote: 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: external%20barcket.png?crc=4208114299]

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
Skyguy, you noted that the list(s) given is (are) not an official list of components (some time ago), but, you being a central node, is it possible to compile a "more or less official" BOM that can be used as shopping list to buy and build a Miner with: I know there are quite a few other lists floating around as well, which may be the "official" list, but then isn't it possible to collate all the info and go down to an official complete "nuts and bolts" BOM? (even if it is a repeat of a list given elsewhere, we can create a new thread for this?).
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#30
Are we fairly confident that at least the Orange Pi Prime Development Board H5 Quad-core
is the correct choice? I am going to get a few while I can if so.

Thanks in advance!
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