Almost…one step more basic in terms of what powers what and how, and I’ll be there. Couple of follow-up questions:
- What do you mean kill setup properly to kill positive power to the board? I wouldn’t know that in a retail purchased removable chassis.
- Why does that make it irrelevant if using USB?
- I know nothing about FETs and why a positive is necessary, can you elaborate?
Based on your example, that means in the other saber (non-removable chassis), when I take out the battery and plug it in to ProffieOS Workbench it won’t work…
After testing, that was accurate. So, the one thing I did learn, clearly, is that there has to be a battery installed.
With no kill switch/key, is it still safe to plug in with battery in? (Not possible with the current setup given the placement of board and battery compartment.) Is there any alternative for this setup where I cannot plug in and have battery inserted simultaneously?