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==== Photos ==== ==== Photos ====
-Enclosure:+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails and -antennas (antennas are ALFA ARS-N19CW, 2.4GHz 9dBi - pigtails and antennas not included in enclosure package)
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails and -antennas (antennas are ALFA ARS-N19CW, 2.4GHz 9dBi - pigtails and antennas not included in enclosure package) +{{:toh:mikrotik:case_antennas.jpg?400|}}
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//Front:// //Front://
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with serial port, ethernet-port, LEDs and power-connector of Routerboard RB493G+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with serial port, Ethernet-port, LEDs and power-connector of Routerboard RB493G
-{{:toh:mikrotik:frontside.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:frontside.jpg?400|}}
//Back:// //Back://
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails (not included), multi-purpose hole (e.g. N-connector, Swivel-antenna, ...) and ground-screw+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails (not included), multi-purpose hole (e.g. N-connector, Swivel-antenna, ...) and ground-screw
-{{:toh:mikrotik:backside.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:backside.jpg?400|}}
//Left/Top:// //Left/Top://
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with eight ethernet-ports of Routerboard RB493G+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with eight Ethernet-ports of Routerboard RB493G
-{{:toh:mikrotik:left_top.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:left_top.jpg?400|}}
//Right:// //Right://
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with venting holes+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with venting holes
-{{:toh:mikrotik:right.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:right.jpg?400|}}
//Bottom:// //Bottom://
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 +Casing: Mikrotik CA493
-{{:toh:mikrotik:bottom.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:bottom.jpg?400|}}
-Enclosure opened:+Casing opened:
-Enclosure Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails (not included), Routerboard 493G and Routerboard R52nM (Wifi-card)+Casing: Mikrotik CA493 with two N-pigtails (not included), Routerboard 493G and Routerboard R52nM (Wifi-card)
-{{:toh:mikrotik:case_pcb.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:case_pcb.jpg?400|}}
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That way the Routerboard can be re-flashed with a RouterOS-image (NPK-file) using the origin MikroTik-Netinstall-software (BOOTP/TFTP). That way the Routerboard can be re-flashed with a RouterOS-image (NPK-file) using the origin MikroTik-Netinstall-software (BOOTP/TFTP).
-===== Tags ===== 
-For some Help with the Tags, please have a look here: [[meta/tags]] 
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-{{tag>GigabitEthernet FastEthernet 9Port 2PHY USB DetachableAntenna 256RAM 128Flash MIPS MIPS32 24Kc}} 
===== Hardware Mods ===== ===== Hardware Mods =====
  - as a beginner, you really should inform yourself about [[doc:hardware:soldering]] in general and then even obtain some experience!   - as a beginner, you really should inform yourself about [[doc:hardware:soldering]] in general and then even obtain some experience!
-==== USB-MOD ====+==== USB-Modification ====
Components: Components:
| 1x | PCB | | 1x | PCB |
-| 1x | USB-2.0-dual-A-socket, e.g., [[http://dx.com/p/diy-dual-usb-female-type-a-180-degree-dip-socket-connector-silver-10-piece-pack-127653 | |these]]. | +| 1x | USB-2.0-dual-A-socket, e.g., [[http://dx.com/p/diy-dual-usb-female-type-a-180-degree-dip-socket-connector-silver-10-piece-pack-127653|these]]. | 
-| 1x | USB-2.0- A-plug, e.g., [[http://dx.com/p/diy-usb-4-pin-female-type-a-smt-socket-connector-silver-10-piece-pack-127642 | these]]. |+| 1x | USB-2.0- A-plug, e.g., [[http://dx.com/p/diy-usb-4-pin-female-type-a-smt-socket-connector-silver-10-piece-pack-127642|these]]. |
| 1x | Traco TSR 1-2450 step-down-converter 5VDC/1A (doesn't need any other components like capacitors or heatsink). As of this writing you will find the LM7805V voltage regulator at [[http://dx.com/p/lm7805l-5v-voltage-regulator-ics-10-pcs-157382 | DealExtreme]] | | 1x | Traco TSR 1-2450 step-down-converter 5VDC/1A (doesn't need any other components like capacitors or heatsink). As of this writing you will find the LM7805V voltage regulator at [[http://dx.com/p/lm7805l-5v-voltage-regulator-ics-10-pcs-157382 | DealExtreme]] |
| 1x | Multifuse 60VDC/0,5A I<sub>hold</sub>/1A I<sub>trip</sub> | | 1x | Multifuse 60VDC/0,5A I<sub>hold</sub>/1A I<sub>trip</sub> |
-Proto-type and diagrams/layouts aren't beauties, but maybe someone with more Cadsoft-Eagle-experience can make a nice circuit-diagram and a real PCB-layout. {{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g-usb-mod.zip|Eagle files and datasheets}} ;-)+Proto-type and diagrams/layouts aren't beauties, but maybe someone with more Cadsoft-Eagle-experience can make a nice circuit-diagram and a real PCB-layout: {{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g-usb-mod.zip|Eagle files and datasheets}} ;-)
Rudimentary circuit-diagram with USB-2.0 data-port (1) and generic USB-2.0 charger port (2), both supplied by a step-down-converter via the fan-connector of the RB493G: Rudimentary circuit-diagram with USB-2.0 data-port (1) and generic USB-2.0 charger port (2), both supplied by a step-down-converter via the fan-connector of the RB493G:
-{{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g_usb-mod_circuit-diagram.png|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g_usb-mod_circuit-diagram.png?400|}}
Rudimentary PCB-layout, not applicable:\\ Rudimentary PCB-layout, not applicable:\\
-{{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g-usb-mod_pcb.png|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:rb493g-usb-mod_pcb.png?400|}}
USB-mod prototype top-view:\\ USB-mod prototype top-view:\\
-{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-top.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-top.jpg?400|}}
USB-mod prototype bottom-view:\\ USB-mod prototype bottom-view:\\
-{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-bottom.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-bottom.jpg?400|}}
USB-mod prototype attached:\\ USB-mod prototype attached:\\
-{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-attached.jpg|}}+{{:toh:mikrotik:usb-mod-attached.jpg?400|}} 
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 +===== Tags ===== 
 +For some Help with the Tags, please have a look here: [[meta/tags]] 
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 +{{tag>GigabitEthernet 2NIC 0WNIC 9Port USB DetachableAntenna 256RAM 128Flash miniPCI 3miniPCI MIPS MIPS32 24Kc}}

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