Avalon Nano 3 Newest USB 3.6Gh/s Asic Bitcoin Miner
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- Brand New USB Miner From Avalon !
- Avalon Nano3 is a USB miner containing the A3233 core
- HashRate= 3.6Gh/s+ No Fan Necessary!
- New Technology gives you the option to Have the hashrate of Your Avalon Nano3 automatically increase hash rate over 3.6 GH/S according to the temperature of surrounding area.
- Extremely technically advanced miner! With all Driver's/Info, Conveniently printed on your miner's Packaging!
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The Avalon Nano 3 is the Newest USB miner, containing one A3233 core. With its Awesome/cute appearance and easy-to-use GUI, The New Avalon Nano3 will be your friendly guide to the world of Bitcoin mining and mining in general! Extremely energy efficient, New Technology gives you the option to Have the hashrate of Your Avalon Nano3 adjust automatically between 1.0 and 3.6 GHS according to the changes of temperature. For Experienced Bitcoin Sha256 Miner's! The Listing includes: Avalon3 Nano * 1，weight:0.5KG **IN STOCK**
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That said, this USB miner does work but is VERY difficult to get running. I've gotten it to work on both Windows 7 and a Raspberry Pi. ***Note*** to use it with the raspberry Pi, you need a good quality *powered* USB hub (RPi doesn't have enough power on its own to power the Avalon). The Hub should be a USB 2.0 hub (the 3.0 don't work well with RPi). I got mine to sucessfully work with this hub:
Plugable USB 2.0 7-Port High Speed Hub with 15W Power Adapter
I also recommend using bfgminer. However, you have to use special command arguments to get the miner to work specifically:
bfgminer.exe -S ICA://COM<0-13> -set-device ICA:baud=115200 -set-device ICA:reopen=timeout -set-device ICA:work_division=1 -set-device ICA:fpga_count=1 -set-device ICA:probe_timeout=100 -set-device ICA:timing=0.22 -api-listen -o stratum+tcp://<your mining pool URL here> -O <your mining pool username> -p <mining pool password>
** The COM should be whatever COM port windows maps the USB to. Also, you'll need to download windows drivers for the miner
sudo ./bfgminer -S ICA:/dev/ttyACM0 --set-device ICA:baud=115200 --set-device ICA:reopen=timeout --set-device ICA:work_division=1 --set-device ICA:fpga_count=1 --set-device ICA:probe_timeout=100 --set-device ICA:timing=0.22 --api-listen -o stratum+tcp://<mining pool URL here> -O <mining pool username> -p <mining pool password>
** The miner doesn't need a driver for linux but instead gets mapped to a virtual COM port and acts like a virtual modem. You can check to see what port it's mapped to with: ls /dev
It should be "ttyACM" and then a number.
First you need to join a mining pool or you will accomplish nothing.
How to use on Windows
1. Abandon the software that comes with it.
2. Download the drivers the website on the side of the box. Find the Avalon3 nano, select documents, then select tutorial. Download the AvalonQuickStart.7z. The drivers are in there in a folder called "lpcopen_examples_windows_usb_drivers_v1_10_0.zip" There now you have found the drivers. Whoever put that site and software packages together was on drugs.
3. Go into device manager and manually install the drivers, it should install something called an LCP USB Vcom port, and pay attention to the com number after it, you will need that.
4. Download bfgminer 5.1.0. The newer one, 5.2.0 does not seem to work.
5. In the bfgminer directory create a new text file, rename that to something like avalon.bat, it has to end in .bat.
6. Right click the .bat file you just made and edit. Enter this text exactly.
bfgminer.exe -o (your-miner-pool-adress-goes-here) -u (your-user-login-goes-here) -p (your-password-here) -S ICA:\\.\COM3 --set-device ICA:baud=115200 --set-device ICA:reopen=timeout --set-device ICA:work_division=1 --set-device ICA:fpga_count=1 --set-device ICA:probe_timeout=100 --set-device ICA:timing=0.22 --api-listen 2>log
Then enter in your pool address, login, and password in the places with parenthesis, and remove the parenthesis. Then change the part where is says COM3 to what ever Com number was after your device in the device manager.
Save the file, run the .bat file and it should open bfgminer and start working.
Hope this can help someone get theirs up and running.
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