@Ken-Conrad A voltage-divider is basically just two resistors. Remove the one that goes to GND and replace the other one with a 0 Ohm-one or remove it and short the pads. I can't tell you which resistors they are on the dock, however, without actually having the dock.
@Matthias-Nowak We seem to generally concur that there are some issues etc. that could be fruitfully addressed.
One final comment on all this in relation to pins 15, 16 and 17:
While these pins on the Omega and Omega2 are not exposed on the Expansion Dock, they are used on the Expansion Dock for control of the expansion LED:
Pin 15 - LED blue
Pin 16 - LED green
Pin 17 - LED red
However, note also that with the Power Dock there is no LED and so these pins are neither used nor exposed. It seems a shame to have 3 pins not exposed just to control an onboard LED that isn't always available
@Clement-Ho Oh, I can solder. I've got a few onion proto boards on backorder (I think they are in the mail). The form factor with the power dock is too tight. It is actually a tug of war between the board and the case where either the case flexes or the board warps. Either way its not ideal. The mini dock would be amazing if I could get a standard PCB board to work.
@Dan-Diemer Yeah, we recommend additional venting for any Mini Dock cases. The density of the circuits is much higher than on the Expansion Dock and the Mini Dock voltage regulation circuit also produces more heat than that on the Expansion Dock.
Hi @Yanir-Nulman, I'm really sorry about the poor quality of the switch. Is your mini dock broken in the ON position? If it is in the OFF position, would you be able to try to switch it to the ON position with a needle? As long as the Mini dock is on the ON position, it shouldn't affect the functioning of the Omega.