I've found the pinout for a spare internal PSU for a broken iMac. I'm confused about what I'm reading. Please fill me in on what some of these designations might mean. See below\
Pin 1 : Inverter- Pin 2: GND Pin 3: PS_On Pin 4: GND Pin 5: PP12V_G3H_ACDC Pin 6: GND Pin 7: SMB_ACDC_SCL_RC Pin 8: GND Pin 9: Inverter- Pin10: Inverter+ Pin11: Inverter+ Pin12: PP12V_S0_PS Pin13: PP12V_S0_PS Pin14: PP12V_S0_PS Pin15: SMB_ACDC_SDA_RC Pin16:GND
December 28, 2018
Pin 1 : Inverter- .......ignore
Pin 2: GND
Pin 3: PS_On .......ignore or use via approx 500 ohms for ON LED
Pin 4: GND
Pin 5: PP12V_G3H_ACDC .......ignore
Pin 6: GND
Pin 7: SMB_ACDC_SCL_.......ignore
RC Pin 8: GND
Pin 9: Inverter-.......ignore
Pin10: Inverter+ .......ignore
Pin11: Inverter+ .......ignore
Pin15: SMB_ACDC_SDA_RC .......ignore
Ignore the computer specific signals, usually referenced by destination, and use the remaining GND and +12V as your power.
Manual unavailable so this is best guess, hope it works. mike
December 29, 2018
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