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Opening the Watch3 is a familiar—and relatively painless—procedure, featuring tri-point screws and a rubber gasket. These tri-points are tiny, but at least they're captive (hard to lose and easy to re-seal). While the back cover does feature a booby-trap sensor cable, its ample length makes it fairly benign. No traps were tripped in the making of this teardown.
  • Opening the Watch3 is a familiar—and relatively painless—procedure, featuring tri-point screws and a rubber gasket.

  • These tri-points are tiny, but at least they're captive (hard to lose and easy to re-seal).

  • While the back cover does feature a booby-trap sensor cable, its ample length makes it fairly benign. No traps were tripped in the making of this teardown.

  • The ECG sensor, heart rate sensors, and wireless charging coil are all packed tightly into the monolithic back case—but not this freewheeling little speaker, with its nifty gasket.

  • The optical biosensing is handled by the Texas Instruments AFE49I30.

  • Texas Instruments TLV9002 1 MHz Operational Amplifier

  • Modularity is neat! We approve. (Of the speaker, that is. We'll withhold approval of the other stuff until we find a way to extract it safely, which might take time.)

Abrir el Watch3 es un procedimiento familiar y relativamente indoloro, con tornillos de tres puntos y una junta de goma.

Estos tornillos de tres puntos son diminutos, pero al menos son cautivos (difíciles de perder y fáciles de volver a sellar).

Mientras que la tapa trasera tiene un cable sensor de trampa, su amplia longitud lo hace bastante benigno. No se dispararon trampas en la realización de este desmontaje.

El sensor de ECG, los sensores de frecuencia cardíaca y la bobina de carga inalámbrica están bien guardados en la monolítica cubierta trasera, pero no este pequeño altavoz de giro libre, con su ingeniosa junta.

¡La modularidad es genial! Lo aprobamos. (Del altavoz, es decir. No aprobaremos el resto de las cosas hasta que encontremos una forma de extraerlas de forma segura, lo que podría llevar tiempo.

[* black] Opening the Watch3 is a familiar—and relatively painless—procedure, featuring tri-point screws and a [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/4JDSRfPvCiwTqPeV.full|rubber gasket|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] These tri-points are tiny, but at least they're captive (hard to lose and easy to re-seal).
[* black] While the back cover does feature a booby-trap sensor cable, its ample length makes it fairly benign. No traps were tripped in the making of this teardown.
[* black] The ECG sensor, heart rate sensors, and wireless charging coil are all packed tightly into the monolithic back case—but not this freewheeling little speaker, with its nifty gasket.
[* red] The optical biosensing is handled by the [https://www.ti.com/product/AFE49I30/datasheet|Texas Instruments AFE49I30|new_window=true].
+ [* orange] Texas Instruments [https://www.ti.com/product/TLV9002|TLV9002] 1 MHz Operational Amplifier
[* black] Modularity is neat! We approve. (Of the speaker, that is. We'll withhold approval of the other stuff until we find a way to extract it safely, which might take time.)

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