Hi rantalan, I read a note from Pulse-Eight*’s website saying:
“The following models are supported, but require modification to the supplied cable loom due to changes in the pinout on the motherboard
- Intel NUC D54250WYK Kit”
Their download section provides a PDF detailing the wiring modification of the cable.
Intel® NUCs D54250WYK and D34010WYK share the same Custom Solutions Header pin-out which can be viewed here (page 44).
I am sorry for any inconvenience; I hope this makes a difference.
I already used the info from Pulse Eight to rewire the adapter and finally got it running. Looks like my MiniHDMI cable wasn't properly wired, to bad they advertised it as fully connected. So I'm happy now
can you please explain how you connect the wires ?
Especially the white wire and the 3,3V standby wire ?
great, looks like the pulse forum is down, there was a detailed description.
But check out these:
The pulse eight wiring loom PDF: https://www.pulse-eight.com/store/download/get/28
Pinlayout of the original cable: cec.png - Google Drive
Some picture of my installation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2TY211CbwHhdzhUY1JiN0pnUHM/view?usp=sharing
You'll see that I took the 3.3 from the SATA Header on top of the board, everything else is wired after the pulse eight guide. Works flawlessly this way....
Hope this helps... rantanlan
Seems like it's more work like expected.
Allow me two more questions:
The white wire is connected to which pin ?
Can you power on your NUC with this solution ?
The white? Lemme check... should be connected to the powerbutton pinheader of the board. I'll power my whole setup via WOL and some master slave solution, so can't really tell. But yes, it should be possible via CEC (at least that's what it's for).
Problem with the original NUC casing is that you need to desolder or cutdown the pin header and the pins on the bottom, otherwise it won't fit. I switched lateron to a passive case to get rid of the fan, there you should have more space so that you can leave the pinheader intact should be way easier.