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Webcam module pins layout Answered

which are the pins of this camera HP PN 692893?

thanks!

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escobarrr
escobarrr

6 weeks ago

All the HP pins are not the same I think
Like said in the first comment, it's better to contact HP support.

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thedisaster
thedisaster

5 months ago

Hello. I am very confused. I am trying to find a short on my grandmas laptop board. I found a main short,but I also found some other line that appeared short. I found that there was a capacitor next to a resistor with 000 on it. The solder pads are connected. This means the resistor is shorting the capacitor. I don’t understand this. Why would it be designed like this? https://getappvalley.com/
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: Thanks for all the help. https://tutuappx.com/
Here is a picture of my board. Sorry for the quality. It’s though my microscope lens. It’s a 000 resistor connected directly to the cap on both sides. This is why it’s confusing. Some answers mentioned impedance at high frequencies but it’s still confusing to me. I’m very stupid and not at all book smart. I am trying to learn though.
Thanks again.

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christ479
christ479

1 year ago

guys thanks very much i solved the problem

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Jack A Lopez
Jack A Lopez

1 year ago

Have you seen this 'ible,
https://www.instructables.com/id/Reuse-old-laptop-...
?

Really, it is kind of sad how many pictures in the, "I made this." gallery, did not in fact make anything. A lot of them are just more beggars asking, "I CAN HAS PINOUTS PLZ!!!"

It is like that song, "Message in a bottle" Everyone sending out messages, hoping to get rescued by somebody else.

Walked out this morning. Don't believe what I saw:
A hundred billion bottles, washed up on the shore.
Seems I'm not alone at being alone...
A hundred billion castaways, looking for a home.

I'll send an SOS to the world. I'll send an SOS to the world.
I hope that someone gets my,I hope that someone gets my,
I hope that someone gets my, message in a bottle, yeah.

However, I am hopeful that you're going to rise above this nonsense of asking other innocent people to discover the pins on your hardware for you.

There are clues. Follow where the little wires go. Consider the components to which these wires connect. Are any of these pins redundant; i.e. connected to each other? Did I mention the fact the ICs on these boards often have data sheets?

Good luck!

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christ479
christ479

1 year ago

i try to coneact with hp supprt but they can not help me

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Jack A Lopez
Jack A Lopez

1 year ago

It would be funny if it were something easy, like USB. That is just 4 pins. This is only 6.

Sometimes the numbers printed on the ICs can give you clues. That is if you can find the data sheet for that IC, and the explanation for what its pins do. Then you sort of follow where its pins are connected on your circuit board.

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Downunder35m
Downunder35m

1 year ago

Contact HP support and hope you get a lucky day.
Laptop stuff usually does not come with any specs at all.