USRP 4 Questions

Hello,

I managed to blow the smd fuse on my USRP. It seems to be a 1 Amp 603
fuse. Is there a certain one I need to buy? I would like to order one
from Mouser.

I got the enclosure recently. Where do I plug the fan in? Should the
fan exhaust the air from the enclosure?

73 Eric.

Hello,

If you’re talking about F501 (next to the 6V input), the BOM lists it as
a 3A 0603 part. Digikey part # P11359-CT-10 (though it doesn’t seem to
show up in the current digikey catalog).

-Roshan

Roshan B. wrote:

Hello,

If you’re talking about F501 (next to the 6V input), the BOM lists it
as a 3A 0603 part. Digikey part # P11359-CT-10 (though it doesn’t seem
to show up in the current digikey catalog).

Yes, it is a 3A part which was discontinued. Any 3-4A fuse would be
fine. In a pinch, you can just short it if you are willing to risk no
protection.

Matt

Roshan B. wrote:

If you’re talking about F501 (next to the 6V input), the BOM lists it as
a 3A 0603 part. Digikey part # P11359-CT-10 (though it doesn’t seem to
show up in the current digikey catalog).

It’s under P11359CT-ND, but it shows out of stock right now.

Part number P13572CT-ND is an equivalent part from Panasonic-ECG:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?Ref=2291&Row=652434

Johnathan C.
Corgan Enterprises LLC
http://corganenterprises.com

Johnathan C. wrote:

Part number P13572CT-ND is an equivalent part from Panasonic-ECG:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?Ref=2291&Row=652434

Wrong way to link and wrong part anyway (it’s a 4A, not 3A.)

P11376CT-ND is the 3A equivalent:

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?PName?Name=P11376CT-ND

-Johnathan

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