Instructional Manual for Setting Up the Mars Lander A1 Bitcoin Miner

Instructional Manual for Setting Up the Mars Lander A1 Bitcoin Miner

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This manual will guide you through the unboxing, setup, and configuration of the Mars Lander A1 Bitcoin Miner. You'll learn how to connect it to your Wi-Fi network, configure your Bitcoin address, and understand the basic features of solo mining.

Unboxing the Mars Lander A1

  1. Box Contents:

    • Mars Lander A1 Miner
    • Upgraded power supply
    • Remote control for LEDs
    • Stickers
    • USB adapter and card reader
    • Instruction manual and troubleshooting guide
  2. Power Supply:

    • Works globally (110V or 220V)
    • US plug included (adapter may be needed for other countries)
  3. Remote Control:

    • Used to control the LEDs on the miner

Setting Up the Mars Lander A1

  1. Initial Setup:

    • Remove all protective materials from the miner.
    • Connect the power supply to the back of the Mars Lander A1.
  2. Connecting to Wi-Fi:

    • Power on the miner and wait for the screen to show the initiation setup.
    • Connect your phone or computer to the Wi-Fi network named "Mar Lander Setup".
    • Open a browser and navigate to
  3. Wi-Fi Configuration:

    • Click "Refresh Wi-Fi" to list available networks.
    • Select your Wi-Fi network, enter the password, and click "Save".
    • Change the Bitcoin address to your own (you can use Coinbase or any other Bitcoin app to get an address).
  4. Pool Configuration:

    • You can change the default pool (CK pool) to another pool if you prefer.
    • Click "Save Settings" and wait for the miner to restart and reconfigure.

Advanced Settings

  1. Logging In:

    • Use the IP address shown on the miner's screen to log in (e.g.,
    • Access the advanced settings page.
  2. Changing Frequency:

    • The default frequency is 400, but it can be adjusted based on your environment (300-400 ghes is typical).
  3. Other Advanced Settings:

    • Safe shutdown: To safely power off the miner and protect the SD card.
    • Restore to defaults: To reset all settings if needed.
    • Monitor chip temperature: Ensure the miner does not overheat.


  • SD Card: Keep the SD card safe to avoid firmware corruption.
  • LED Control: Use the remote to adjust LED settings if they are distracting.
  • Wi-Fi Issues: Ensure correct Wi-Fi credentials are entered.
  • Bitcoin Address: Double-check your Bitcoin address to ensure you receive payouts.

Example Mining Setup

  • My Setup:
    • Two shelves with multiple miners (Chia Miner, Mars Lander A1, VX, and R909).
    • USB ports on the side of the Mars Lander A1 for expanding your setup.

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With the Mars Lander A1, you can efficiently mine Bitcoin with a simple setup process. Customize your mining experience by adjusting settings and expanding your miner collection for higher hash rates.

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