joska wrote:Not very useful I guess, but I have also noticed this problem on my CT60e. Occasionally it's not possible to switch on after having switched the Falcon off using the power-button. Seems like the power-on/off circuit doesn't latch. I have to powercycle the 12V-brick, then I can power on.
However, I have never seen this happen when the Falcon is shut down by software.
On one of the CT60 I'm using an ATX supply with power off switch. I've noticed if having a fumbling boot, powering off the ATX, then toggling the Falcon RST, the cooling fan just takes off, enough to drain caps. What and where, don't know. Powering the ATX back up the CT and Falcon boot reliable.
A post some time ago, a user discovered unstable voltage on the CT at power on. They jumped a small value resistor between pins on an IC, which brought the voltage in spec. Recall Rodolohe chimed in and said thanks, never got around to fixing that
In the market for another couple PICO supply's.