CFO (Chief Fun Officer)
- Feb 13, 2016
- Seattle Area
Sure. Owner gave me kind permission for the teardown. Here is the full view:$4.950??? Teardown, teardown!!
It was interesting to find that the main control board on the left is a stock Raspberry Pi board! You can see it better here:
I noticed that the one cable as marked was badly pinched. Its insulation was cut through but fortunately what was contacting the chassis was just the shield. I have pointed out in other teardown how such shorts can happen and we have a good example of it here.
There are too boards stacked on top of each other to do any quick analysis but I let you all look:
EDIT: looked up the one IC and it is an AD1938 ADC which I assume is for digitizing analog inputs.