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  1. Aquire a modified OpenStorm relay board. Ensure that the yellow-boxed resistor is removed.
    • Aquire a modified OpenStorm relay board.

    • Ensure that the yellow-boxed resistor is removed.

    • Aquire an OpenStorm motherboard.

    • Attach an assigned and activated cellular modem, antenna, and GPS if not already attached.

  2. Strip the 6 pin connector wire; Strip each of the 6 inner wires except for the red wire. Move the red wire out of the way of the rest of the wires.
    • Strip the 6 pin connector wire;

    • Strip each of the 6 inner wires except for the red wire.

    • Move the red wire out of the way of the rest of the wires.

  3. Using 5 different colored jumper wires connect the 6 pin connector on the node board to a 5 pin connector. On the board, screw the jumpers into the terminals omitting the final terminal on the right. In the order of (left to right): pulses to sampler, bottle count, power, ground, and event mark.
    • Using 5 different colored jumper wires connect the 6 pin connector on the node board to a 5 pin connector.

    • On the board, screw the jumpers into the terminals omitting the final terminal on the right.

    • In the order of (left to right): pulses to sampler, bottle count, power, ground, and event mark.

    • On the 5-pin connector, screw the jumpers into the terminal in the order of (right to left): power, pulses to sampler, ground, event mark, and bottle count.

  4. Determine which wire is connected to which pin using a multimeter on the resistance setting. The pins as shown in figure 4-2 are the opposite of the pins circled in red. The wire colors as determined by this test for this wire configuration are as follows: blue = bottle number, green = pulses to autosampler, brown = event mark, black = power, white = ground, red = inhibit.
    • Determine which wire is connected to which pin using a multimeter on the resistance setting.

    • The pins as shown in figure 4-2 are the opposite of the pins circled in red.

    • The wire colors as determined by this test for this wire configuration are as follows: blue = bottle number, green = pulses to autosampler, brown = event mark, black = power, white = ground, red = inhibit.

  5. Pull the power and ground wires separate from the signal wires. Cut the black casing down as done earlier to expose the wires for testing until the wires can reach through the entire node box. Feed the two groups of wires for signaling and for power through two separate sheaths of heat shrink wrap.
    • Pull the power and ground wires separate from the signal wires.

    • Cut the black casing down as done earlier to expose the wires for testing until the wires can reach through the entire node box.

    • Feed the two groups of wires for signaling and for power through two separate sheaths of heat shrink wrap.

    • Cover the joint with a larger section of heat shrink cable.

  6. Aquire head shrink female connectors. Crimp the heat shrink connectors at the point just below the widening on the power and ground wires of the 6-pin autosampler wire.
    • Aquire head shrink female connectors.

    • Crimp the heat shrink connectors at the point just below the widening on the power and ground wires of the 6-pin autosampler wire.

    • Use the heat gun to shrink the connector to touch the wire.

  7. Aquire a 2-pin amphenol battery box connector, or refer to the Autosampler Node Assembly (For New Version) ifixit guide to create a new one. Aquire a 2-pin  amphenol connector, or refer to the Autosampler Battery Enclosure Assembly (For Old & New Versions) guide to create a new one.
    • Aquire a 2-pin amphenol battery box connector, or refer to the Autosampler Node Assembly (For New Version) ifixit guide to create a new one.

    • Aquire a 2-pin amphenol connector, or refer to the Autosampler Battery Enclosure Assembly (For Old & New Versions) guide to create a new one.

  8. Pull the battery connection wires that go to their respective amphenol connectors through the two lower ports. Pull only the portion of the autosampler wires through the top port that has the signal wires (e.g. the bottle count and pulses).
    • Pull the battery connection wires that go to their respective amphenol connectors through the two lower ports.

    • Pull only the portion of the autosampler wires through the top port that has the signal wires (e.g. the bottle count and pulses).

    • Twist the outer side of the port down until it fits snuggly around the wire.

  9. Feed two power rated wires through the lower hole. Feed the other end of the battery amphenol connector through the upper hole. Add male crimp connectors to all inner wire ends.
    • Feed two power rated wires through the lower hole.

    • Feed the other end of the battery amphenol connector through the upper hole.

    • Add male crimp connectors to all inner wire ends.

    • Plug in the purple battery wires to the switch

    • Plug in the amphenol battery wires to the switch.

    • Add male crimps to both sides of two wires and use a fuse on the power wire.

    • Plug one side of the doubly male crimped wires into the switch

    • Plug all of the power wires into the right side of the switch and the ground into the left side.

  10. Take the two wires from the 2-pin amphenol battery box connector and screw them into the board. Screw the red power wire into the topmost terminal on the bottom 6-pin connector. Screw the black ground wire into the terminal directly below the red wire.
    • Take the two wires from the 2-pin amphenol battery box connector and screw them into the board.

    • Screw the red power wire into the topmost terminal on the bottom 6-pin connector.

    • Screw the black ground wire into the terminal directly below the red wire.

    • Ensure that the exposed copper portions of the wire are secure and do not touch.

  11. Screw the red power and black ground wires into the board from the 2-pin amphenol connector that attaches directly to the sampler. Screw the black ground wire into the terminal 2 up from the bottom terminal of the top connector. Screw the red power wire into the terminal 1 up from the bottom of the bottom connector.
    • Screw the red power and black ground wires into the board from the 2-pin amphenol connector that attaches directly to the sampler.

    • Screw the black ground wire into the terminal 2 up from the bottom terminal of the top connector.

    • Screw the red power wire into the terminal 1 up from the bottom of the bottom connector.

  12. Attach the blue, green, and brown wires from the 6-pin connector to the board. Screw the green wire into the topmost terminal on the top connector. Screw the blue wire into the terminal directly below the green wire
    • Attach the blue, green, and brown wires from the 6-pin connector to the board.

    • Screw the green wire into the topmost terminal on the top connector.

    • Screw the blue wire into the terminal directly below the green wire

    • Screw the brown wire into the terminal directly below the black wire on the top connector.

  13. Slide the open storm board into the node box on the right pushed up as close to the ports as possible. Slide the 3-4V battery into the enclosure on the left side. Carefully fold the connected relay board over so that it fits within the enclosure snuggly.
    • Slide the open storm board into the node box on the right pushed up as close to the ports as possible.

    • Slide the 3-4V battery into the enclosure on the left side.

    • Carefully fold the connected relay board over so that it fits within the enclosure snuggly.

    • Check to make sure that the connections remained secure.

    • Plug the 6 pin connector into the port on the open storm board.

    • Check that the battery port is exposed for deployment, but do not plug in the battery until the sampler is ready to begin sampling.

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