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Overview of everything accomplished thus far. At this point, the module is ready for early testing, if desired. Connect +9V or +12V to the Buck converter -- you may have to temporarily solder wires on to accomplish this. When powered, several RED LEDs should light up immediately. If not, then disconnect the power and search for wiring errors on the RED and BLACK wires.

To test it further, power it off, ensure the "mode switch" is in the UP ("off") position, and Connect an ethernet cable between the module and a computer, and then power it back on again. If all is working, the computer should "connect" to this "new network" and be assigned an IP Address of 1.2.3.5. If not, then something is not wired correctly.
Overview of everything accomplished thus far. At this point, the module is ready for early testing, if desired. Connect +9V or +12V to the Buck converter -- you may have to temporarily solder wires on to accomplish this. When powered, several RED LEDs should light up immediately. If not, then disconnect the power and search for wiring errors on the RED and BLACK wires. To test it further, power it off, ensure the mode switch is in the UP (off) position, and Connect an ethernet cable between the module and a computer, and then power it back on again. If all is working, the computer should connect to this new network and be assigned an IP Address of 1.2.3.5. If not, then something is not wired correctly. (z040120923)
z040120923 (18/31): OnePlus-LE2125 ISO125 1/120 f1.88 6.064mm 2022-02-04 12:09
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