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> > Every three-connection connector supplies power to two drives.
> >
> > |--------D1
> > -----|--------D2 ________D3
> > |______________|_______D4
> > |_______Continue
> Here's the way I thought of it.
>
> |--x -- 3
> |--------X----|--x -- 3
> | |--x -- 3
> |
> | |--x -- 3
> -------|--------X----|--x -- 3
> | |--x -- 3
> |
> | |--x -- 3
> |--------X----|--x -- 3
> |--x -- 3
>
> I now have 1 + 3 + 9 = 13 splitters, giving me 27 connections, out of 1.
> etc, etc. Same numbers I'd have doing it your way, yours would be 13
> levels deep instead.
>
> I think I just went for the massively parallel method of hooking
> these up and from there got massively lost.

Now, assuming a voltage drop of 0.05V across each cable...

:-)

John.
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