Volthacking

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By removing and bypassing the buck regulator near the power supply input, this Ethernet switch (TP-LINK TL-SG108E) can run off a 3.3V supply instead of a 9V supply.

Volthacking is the act of modifying, removing, or bypassing power supply components in an electronic device as a means of changing the power supply voltage that such electronic device would require.