I put 30V on the input by accident
As the title suggests. I wired up some buck converters to provide 5V from my 12V power bricks, but I stupidly wired also one identical-looking boost converter in the exactly the same fashion. It seemed a stupid idea at the time, even stupider now after I inevitably plugged it into the UP board.
Afterwards when trying it with the more reasonable 5V, it did boot to OS, but there was a wisp of smoke coming from somewhere on the board...
I'm wondering how screwed am I? Any guesses for what I managed to fry?
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