Thanks for your replies.

@ccs-hello said in Omega 2+ Overheating and High Current Problem:

OP's Omega2 may have several issues, however a fundamental one needs to be addressed first:
it needs a good power supply.

His first attempt (LM1117-3.3 linear regulator) needs a heatsink. It also needs a 10uF input capacitor and 100uF output capacitor.

You gave good advices, but in omega documantation, it used only LD1117 regulator. LD1117 and LM1117 are almost same regulators. But I thought like you and added capacitors reguator circuits. But the result was same. So I don' t think there is a regulator or power problem.

@György-Farkas said in Omega 2+ Overheating and High Current Problem:

@Oguzhan-Baser
You are not alone. Have you seen this post?
I'm afraid - unfortunately - you can't do too much. Try out @fossette's advices.

Good luck.

If there is a product error why am I repair it? I can send omega back(Because 9$ makes very much in Turkey .. ). But I have to be sure before making this .. :)

Thanks a lot...