MinderPro Slave Module info?

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    I just purchased a MinderPro, two Slave expansion modules and three LEM's. The documentation on the Slave is a bit scketchy. I want to know what the connector is in the middle of the Slave board - it's a square connector something like a CPU socket.

    Also, there is a battery connector with each Slave unit. Do I need to have a battery for each Slave or can one in the Master run them all? The Slaves have transformers built into the units, I obviously have to power each slave independantly hence the question of the batteries.

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    Slave

    Are you referring to the connector between the two halves of the board? This connects the power supply/DSP to the CPU side of the board. MinderPro Mk 2 is manufactured in two parts and connected as you see.
    The Slaves come in their own enclosure with their own transformer and power supply. They can be mounted at a different location from the main panel. Hence they need their own battery backup, especially if you have 2 Slaves with LEMs. The Main panel is rated to supply 1 Amp
     
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    I was actually referring to the 4 x header connectors around a chip labeled 'SEM 5.033' on the left-hand board.
     
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    Thanks, it seems like a good idea to register on the Comfort forum as well.
     
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