Another Ikea product gives away its secrets. This time it is the brand new outlet switch. It is brand new and is not even to be found on the Ikea website.

Since the product is only in my possession for only a few days, I only have the PCB reversed. All different components need to be identified by color coding or by just attaching a multimeter.

When applying some heat, friction and ridiculous amounts of time you will get this:

Identifier Value top layer components
C1 4.7u, 400V
C2 4.7u, 400V
C5 680u, 10V
C7 10u, 50V
CX1 [Not populated]
DB1 Relay, MPE-105-A, 16A, 250VAC, 5V DC coil
F1 something wrapped in shrinktube, but I don’t think it is a fuse.
L1 color coding purple, brown/red, brown/red
L2 Burried under shrinktubing
LED1 3mm LED
MOV1 VDR, 10D471K
S1 microbuttonswitch
?? Ikea Trådfri ZLL module.
Contains all the logic handling.
Identifier Value bottom layer components
C3 [Not populated]
This component was called also C7 but that conflicted with the C7 on layer top.
C4 1.1 uF
C6 [Not populated]
C8 1.1 nF
C9 100 nF
C10 10 uF
C11 [Not populated]
C12 100 nF
D4 SMD markings: F7
D5 SMD markings: S1
Q1 SMD markings: 1AM
R1 2.2M (SMD markings: 225)
R2 2.2M (SMD markings: 225)
R3 30K (SMD markings: 303)
R4 8k2 (SMD markings: 822)
R6 5K6 (SMD markings: 5601)
R7 10 Ohm (SMD markings: 100)
R8 0 Ohm (SMD markings: 0)
R9 100 Ohm (SMD markings: 101)
R10 1K (SMD markings: 102)
R11 1K (SMD markings: 102)
R12 43K (SMD markings: 433)
R16 0 Ohm (SMD markings: 0)
R17 10K (SMD markings: 01C)
R18 2 Ohm (SMD markings: 2R0)
R19 1 Ohm (SMD markings: 1R0)
RL1 3K3 (SMD markings: 332)
U1 SMD markings: ASE7CA
U3 SMD markings:

Just to mess with your head, I did not rotate this one 😀

To give some insights on the process have a look at this:

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

A lot more to come in the next days.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.