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When the device is turned on, the power prompt red light will be on for 8-10 seconds; then it will become a fast double flash; when it becomes a slow flash, Deeper Connect will operate normally. When Deeper is running normally, the green lights on the two network ports are always on and the yellow lights are flashing (it may be that the yellow lights are on and the green lights are flashing).
Try to tighten the network cable or try to replace the network cable.
Each Deeper Connect Lite (3rd generation product) does have a 16GB flash drive included. The drive contains our AtomOS operating system.
The Mini has a powerful Intel Quad-core CPU; the size is ¼ smaller than the Lite and the weight is 80% lighter in comparison to the previous model.
The USB port is for the Wi-Fi dongle adapter that our tech team is developing and will be released soon. Both the Mini and Nano will be receiving an Over The Air (OTA) firmware update to support plug-and-play WiFi adapters, bringing WiFi connectivity to your Mini and Nano. Users with an integrated modem/router all-in-one device will no longer need a separate router. The rollout for this update is scheduled for the next couple of months. We will make an announcement when it is ready!
The SD memory card contains the operating system software, please always keep it inserted in the device.
All those models offer the same software features such as DPN, 7-layer enterprise level firewall, ad-blocking, bandwidth sharing, plug and play. The difference is the size, weight, speed and RAM. Please see the following for the detailed specs:
The production unit contains three ports: 1 Ethernet, 1 USB-C, and 1 USB-A. The unit comes with a power cable via USB-C (no power brick needed).
This is a normal phenomenon, because the casing is transferring heat from the CPU to the air. This approach to thermal management is common in the electronics industry and the components will protect themselves if the device gets too hot.
The energy consumption is minimal (5~10W), not more than any standard hardwired VPN.
It has an adapter from 120V AC to 12V DC.
We haven't considered it, but we certainly could look over the advantages.
The device could get up to 40-52 degree Celsius at most. The device is passively cooled. If done properly, it should be more than enough to cool the device since it is encased in metal.