Pixhawk Cube cannot power up when connected to battery port 1 and 2 , however, I am able to power it up using USB ? is the board defective? or i am missing someth
have you tested the voltages coming out of the current sensor ?
|1| VDD_5V_BRICK|IN|5 V|RED/GRAY|Supply To AP from Power Brick
|2| VDD_5V_BRICK|IN|5 V|RED/GRAY|Supply To AP from Power Brick
|3| BATT_CURRENT_SENS_PROT||3.3 V|BLACK|Battery Current Connecter
|4| BATT_CURRENT_VOLTAGE_PROT|IN|3.3 V|BLACK|Battery Voltage Connecter
|5| GND|-|GND|BLACK|GND connection
|6| GND|-|GND|BLACK|GND connection
Yes tested all voltage
all those things have been tested , voltage is coming upto the connecter.
have you tried with only the power brick plug in ?
Yes , i have tried with the power brick , which came with the cubes as well , still not been able to power it up , only way is via usb.
well i say its not happy send it back to place you got it from
The voltage is coming to the terminals, yet the Orange Cube is not powering up , using th standard power brick which came with it .
What can be done?
How are you determining that it’s “not on”?
Hi philip , i have a buzzer attached and a Sik Telemetry , buzzer usually makes a beep sound , when pixhawk is powered through USB and i can see those lights go up on the rf link as well, none of which happens , when i connect it with standard power brick to port 1 or port 2 .
lets assume that there is a hardware issue, and please talk to your reseller for an RMA, we can check the hardware when it arrives in the office
Check for short in peripherals you have connected. This sounds like one of the connected peripheral has a short.
Also, Try to avoid powering everything from Cube. It doesn’t boot if its over loaded too.
Follow below picture where ever necessary.
Mallikarjun_SE thanx for your advice , i am not a newbie , i do not power any heavy load from the pixhawk cube,all loads are powered externally, there is no short on the peripherals , i am only using a buzzer to check power to the cube , which is not ringing,when connected to the power 1 and power 2 , however it rings , when connected to usb.
Alrighty! Follow what Philip suggested.
Just a last hope have you tried reseating the cube on the carrier just is case it’s a bad connection.