Not sure how much of this has already been discussed or not, or to what length. Since I recently found out that consumers can no longer purchase any more new moxi units, I decided to try my best to plan on a few worse case scenarios. One of these scenarios has to do with the power supply.
I was looking at the connector from the PSU to the moxi MB. I see that the MB connector has a 9 pin connector, but there are only 7 wires used; Blue, Orange, Yellow, Yellow, Black, Black, and Red. Looking at the moxi PSU, the labeling of the wire colors appear to match up with the typical wire colors coming from an ATX PSU; in that, Orange=3.3v, Yellow=+12v, and that Black is ground. However, the Blue wire in the ATX PSU is typically -12v, but on the moxi it is labeled as "PORT". Also, the Red wire in an ATX PSU is 5v, but on the moxi it is labeled as "PG".
My question is, what is "PORT" and "PG"? I can't ever recall hearing those terms before with regards to a PSU. Also, would anyone know what the voltage values are for these two wires?
The reason that I'm asking is that I was considering a possible future purchase of a power supply that is typically used for like an ITX motherboard. For example:http://www.morex.com.tw/products/productview.php?fd_id=30&fd_parentname=l12_1&fd_childname=l12#Chassis
However, I guess that I should also know what wattage the current moxi DVR PSU uses before making any possible purchase, and what are the voltages of those two wire colors.