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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Logitech Harmony Hub, use our service manual.

Image 1/3: European plug adapter Image 2/3: American plug adapter Image 3/3: Harmony Hub
  • Powercord with a micro USB connector

  • European plug adapter

  • American plug adapter

  • Harmony Hub

  • Micro USB cable

  • IR mini blaster

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Image 1/3: We easily removed them with a utility knife Image 2/3: Now we can see 4 screws and 2 openings  to the PCB. Image 3/3: I wondered what they could be but my guess is that they're used to test the PCB.
  • Since we didn't find any screws we expected them to be under the soft foot pads.

  • We easily removed them with a utility knife

  • Now we can see 4 screws and 2 openings to the PCB.

  • I wondered what they could be but my guess is that they're used to test the PCB.

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Image 1/3: This is a cover paper to make sure the status LED doesn't shine in the rest of the casing but just to the front Image 2/3: This is a cover paper to make sure the status LED doesn't shine in the rest of the casing but just to the front Image 3/3: This is a cover paper to make sure the status LED doesn't shine in the rest of the casing but just to the front
  • The case opens up easily when using a utility knife around the sides

  • This is a cover paper to make sure the status LED doesn't shine in the rest of the casing but just to the front

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Image 1/3: As you can see the top case is made a little thinner on the places where an IR led is present Image 2/3: As you can see the top case is made a little thinner on the places where an IR led is present Image 3/3: As you can see the top case is made a little thinner on the places where an IR led is present
  • Inside the top case we find a load to give the product a little more weight

  • As you can see the top case is made a little thinner on the places where an IR led is present

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Image 1/3: There are 6 IR leds spread over the PCB Image 2/3: [http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/cc2544.pdf|CC2544] SoC 2.4-GHz RF Transceiver and antenna Image 3/3: [http://www.csr.com/sites/default/files/csr8811.pdf|CSR8811] bluetooth chip and antenna
  • PCB was manufactured by a Chinese company called FCF

  • There are 6 IR leds spread over the PCB

  • CC2544 SoC 2.4-GHz RF Transceiver and antenna

  • CSR8811 bluetooth chip and antenna

  • WiFi antenna from the AR9331 on the other side of the pcb

  • MX25L12835F 128Mbits serial Flash memory

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Image 1/3: [https://www.openhacks.com/uploadsproductos/ar9331_datasheet.pdf|AR9331] 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n SoC for AP and Router Platforms Image 2/3: Micro USB (data and power) - Can be used to extend this hub with a [http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/harmony-home-hub-extender|Harmony Home Hub Extender] Image 3/3: Reset/Pair button
  • EM6AB160TSE-5G 512 Mbits SDRAM

  • AR9331 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n SoC for AP and Router Platforms

  • Micro USB (data and power) - Can be used to extend this hub with a Harmony Home Hub Extender

  • Reset/Pair button

  • 2x IR mini blaster ports (2.5mm)

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