Amazon Kindle Fire, 2011, 7" 8 GB w/ Wi-Fi (D01400)

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Amazon Kindle Fire 8 GB w/ Wi-Fi (D01400)

FCC approval date: 07 September 2011
UPC: 848719002621 (UPC DB, On eBay)
Country of manuf.: China

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FCC ID: ZEV-1229

Power: 5 VDC, 1.8 A
Connector type: USB Female Micro-B

CPU1: Texas Instruments OMAP4430 (X4430FCBS)
FLA1: 8 GiB 8,192 MiB <br />8,589,934,592 B <br />67,108,864 Kib <br />8,388,608 KiB <br />65,536 Mib <br /> (Samsung KLM8G2FEJA)
RAM1: 512 MiB 536,870,912 B <br />4,194,304 Kib <br />524,288 KiB <br />4,096 Mib <br />0.5 GiB <br /> (Hynix H9TKNNN4K)

802dot11 WI1 module: Jorjin WG7310-30
802dot11 WI1 module IF: unknown

802dot11 WI1 chip 1: Texas Instruments WL1270B

bgn, 1x1:1

Categorized as: tablet computer

Stock OS / FW: Android 2.3

OUI: 28:EF:01 (-, 1 W)

 • Kindle Fire on Wikipedia

Notes the manufacturer as Quanta Computer

"DA0KC1MB8D0" and "REV: D" is silkscreened on the main board in the FCC photos.

This device is filed under a grantee code used only for this device registered to a LLC presumably created by Amazon (Okakopa LLC). This is incredibly lame.

Teardown on iFixit

  • "DA0KC1MB8F0", "REV: F", "HannStar J", and "94V-0 MV-7" is silkscreened on the SoC side of the board.
    • "DA0KC1MB8F0", "REV: F", and "MODEL: KC1" is silkscreened on the opposite side.
  • OMAP4430 (X4430FCBS) processor
  • Jorjin WG7310-30 Wi-Fi/BT/FM combo SIP module
    • removal of the RF can shows a WL1270B is the main IC used in the module

The battery shown in the FCC photos and iFixit's teardown is model 3555A2L (ATL PN: GB-S02-3555A2-0200, 3.7V 4400mAh/16.28Wh).