Specifically, a very closeup photo of the area on the top right of the motherboard where there's two "CAM1" "CAM2" ports nearby. Davinci 1.0 AiO's have this area populated with components.
I'm trying to find out what's the integrated circuit soldered in under those two ports. I believe It's used for the 3d scanner on that variant of the machine.
I own a 1.0 with a newer generation motherboard (J37 etc), however that small area is left unpopulated on my board since I have no 3d scanner. It can easily be hot-air reworked back on though.
Depending on what exactly that IC is, it may be possible to take advantage of it and use those two ports (and more) for something else. I can't find any post anywhere of someone stating what it is though.
Someone on the voltivo forums posted a photo of their board back in 2014 and shows it populated, but their photo was fairly blurry and you can't make out if there's any tiny text that's written on the IC. (I uploaded the photo with this post, and I highlighted what i'm talking about.)
If not a photo, maybe someone can quickly look closely and see if there's something written on it (There usually is, eg. Arduino's Atmega16U) using a flashlight and post it back here?
It'd be really appreciated!
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