Troubleshooting Process of Grounding

If all chips in the miner status become “xxxxxx”, there might be a grounding issue on this miner.

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Some miners are not properly grounded, resulting in the boxes energized, in this case, it will easily damage the controllers and hashboards.

Measuring the voltage below 0.3V is completely free of problems, but it will easily damage the miner when voltage is more than 1V. It is recommended to find a professional electrician to plan a specific grounding method. 

The detection methods are as following:

Method 1.

Adjust the multimeter to AC 220V. When the miner runs, contact the multimeter's test leads with the shell of miner's and the bare part of the metal shelf to check if there is voltage.

      If yes, it means that the grounding is not connected well and needs to be dealt with asap; if there is no voltage, it means that the grounding is normal and there is no leakage. (This method requires that the shell of the miner is not connected with the metal shelf)

Method 2.

Adjust the multimeter to AC 220V. When the miner is running, the multimeter's test leads are contacted with the miner’s internet access of metal cover and the miner’s shell, respectively, to see if there is voltage,

      If yes, it means that the grounding is not connected well and it needs to be dealt with asap; if there is no voltage, it means that the grounding is normal and there is no leakage. (This method requires that the metal mouth of the miner is not in contact with the panel of the miner's control panel)

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