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 ===== Power ===== ===== Power =====
  
-Power is the first thing to check. ​ If the power lamp (RED LED) on the module lights up the this is probably OK. If you have you bus connected with a CAT-5 or similar network cable you should have 9-28V on the orange/​orange-white/​green-white cables and 0V on the brown/​brown/​white/​green cables. You have the complete pinout [[http://​www.vscp.org/​docs/​vscpspec/​doku.php?​id=physical_level_lower_level_protocols#​vscp_over_can_can4vscp|here]].+==== Power or no power? ==== 
 +Power is the first thing to check when everything is wrong.  If the power lamp (RED LED) on the module lights up the power is probably OK. If not you definitely have a power problem. If you have you bus connected with a CAT-5 or similar network cable you should have 9-28V on the orange/​orange-white/​green-white cables and 0V on the brown/​brown/​white/​green cables. You have the complete pinout [[http://​www.vscp.org/​docs/​vscpspec/​doku.php?​id=physical_level_lower_level_protocols#​vscp_over_can_can4vscp|here]]
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 +Just besides the RJ-45 connector on most CAN4VSCP modules you can find a pinlist where the bus power and ground is available. They are on the outer pins on this pinlist. Check the schema for your unit.
  
  
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