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  1. Do you have a release date for this and I assume FW 4.11 will be required yes? Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the update @Chesco! and thanks for the picture which will help show others what to look for if they have a similar issue.
  3. Hi Chesco, your best point of help for this issue is on this forum. If it is determined that it is a manufacturing issue then depending on what is wrong you may have to return it. Can you check what Lucky has posted and also post a photo of your HUB75 connector here on both sides of the board without panels attached. Please also check the pins on the HUB75 connector on your display panels and also swap them around so that the left panel is on the right and the right panel is on the left. I have had issues in the past where the actual connector on the LED Display was bad
  4. For the US @dzorbas can hook you up, a well trusted member of this site. Give him a message.
  5. Awesome, that was it. I reflowed L1 and it is now showing up in DFU mode and I am able to program the pcb. Thanks again for your help Lucky.
  6. The connections to and from L1 check out with a DMM. I will reflow L1 now though to make sure and report back.
  7. Ok I have checked at each 100nf capacitor close to the CPU supply and all of them are showing 3.3V except C14 and C16. On my working boards these show 3.xV but on the faulty boards these are showing 0.002V or nothing.
  8. When testing the voltages I didn't have anything connected.
  9. I removed the Bat60J and bridged the points. It didn't work. It did however bring the voltage down from 3.32V to 3.30V at the CPU which I wasn't expecting.
  10. All 3 of my faulty boards are already running at 3.32V at the CPU with no modifications . If I was to remove the Bat60J they would be running higher than 3.32V. With my working boards I have 3.3V at the TS2940 and 2.98V after the Bat60J With my faulty boards I have 3.35V at the TS2940 and 3.32V after the Bat60J I will remove the Bat60J to see if there is any difference as it should be dropping the voltage by a higher amount so it could be the faulty part.
  11. Hey Dino, thanks for the input. I believe we have a separate issue. I am not even getting a "not recognised" error and bypassing the USB using the SWD pins give the same result. I did try a bunch of different USB cables with no luck, different PC's and different operating systems. This is a good option for others with a similar problem to try if they have similar issues but I think as lucky pointed out, mine is most likely hardware related. @antoniomauro is also having this issue from his latest batch of boards, maybe try a different USB cable just to be su
  12. Thanks. L1 is connected correctly and looks properly soldered.
  13. Hi Lucky, I have been asked by PCBway to check the soldering of the chip for any bridges etc and it looks ok as far as I can tell. I was wondering if the non programmed device voltages (measuring at the SWD pins and also the BAT60J) should be the same as a programmed device or if they would be higher? All 3 boards measure 0.3V higher at the SWD pins than my working boards. I understand this measurement should still be within the operating range but I'm hoping it will give some clue. Thanks
  14. You can do a variety of things, it just depends how soon you need your boards. You can order from Digikey and install the part yourself when it arrives, it is fairly simple if you are good at soldering. You can find a Chinese supplier or you can order from Digikey and get it sent direct to PCBway (or from any other suppliers). It may just be shipping costs that are extra.
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