AvalonMiner Raspberry Pi Controller for A6 Modded to bypass AUC2

2.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


AvalonMiner Controller for A6. Build with original Raspberry Pi Model B+ W/ latest Avalon 6 firmware installed w/ custom cable modification to bypass AUC2 controller.

74 in stock

Warranty: 30 Days

SKU: KT-AV6CTRL-MOD Categories: , Tag:

Product Description

The AvalonMiner Controller is a Raspberry Pi B+. The AUC2 converter connects the Avalon6 miner to the raspberry pi. However it is almost impossible to find any AUC2 controllers in the market. We have created a custom raspberry pi kit that bypasses the need for the AUC2 controller.

The AvalonMiner Controller we send to you will come along with an SD card with the latest firmware. You can start mining right after plugging in an ethernet cable and adjusting your network settings.
Because of the large memory capacity of a AvalonMiner Controller, your mining setup will operate reliably. By default there is a “No-WIFI mode” preset, which is the default requirement for large-scale mining deployments. 20 miners maximum is recommended for each RPi

Additional Information

Weight 0.15 lbs

Raspberry Pi B+

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3 months 3 days ago

Are you getting AV6 this week?

3 months 3 days ago

Online now – Shipping next week. We got in a couple hundred and paid prime on them.

2 months 21 days ago


I recently purchased a A6 Canaan Controller w/ AUC2 Bypass from you. The RPi runs, but my network is not detecting the RPi or my Avalon6 miner. My Avalon6 miner is on with a solid blue light and the fans are running. Are you sure you included the latest firmware on the SD card? The last Canaan controller I bought was identified instantly on my home network.

2 months 21 days ago

If the A6 is showing a solid blue light, your miner is connected to the network and hashing. Canaan by default set the PI with a static address at We found this to be a problem for most user and set the PI to DHCP. The PI will pull an address from your router. You need to access your router and check the DHCP lease IP’s .. Try each one or try the one without a host name.

2 months 19 days ago

I assigned an IP address to the RPi and was able to login to the OpenWrt firmware. However, the fans have stopped and the miners have flashing green lights. Do you have any troubleshooting documentation for this controller? Also, do you know which company created this controller?

2 months 17 days ago

I just received the A6 Canaan Controller w/ AUC2 Bypass. It comes with a white cable. What is that cable for? It looks like I’m missing something when I purchased the Avalon 6. (used). Are there any instructions on how to set this up? I cannot find any with the A6 Canaan Controller w/ AUC2 Bypass. Please let me know. Thanks!

2 months 15 days ago

It’s a USB cable to power the controller. You need to have it powered and a network cable plugged in to be able to connect to it. Plug the micro side into the controller and the other side into a USB wall charger, laptop, or PC. Should use DHCP by default, so run something like Angry IP scanner to find the IP that gets assigned to it and then type that IP in your browser to access OpenWrt to assign a static if wanted and change the CGI miner pool settings. I think some of these may have bad firmware or memory cards, so if the miner stays in idle status, try a different card with the latest firmware.

1 month 16 days ago

I’m able to access the controller. However, the Avalon 6 miner has a blinking red light. The fan is working, but only for 8 – 10 minutes. It stops for a couple of seconds and then starts again. The unit is not hashing at all. I’m not sure whether it is the firmware in the RPi I received (Avalon Firmware – 20160726) or hardware related. I purchased the Avalon in eBay like 2 months ago and have been troubleshooting with my limited knowledge to no avail. The seller is now ignoring my messages. Any help will be immensely appreciated. Thanks!

2 months 14 days ago

I just got the Controller in and have it working with 1 Avalon6 miner. I tried to get two working by chaining them together and it is not detecting the second Avalon. Any ideas?

2 months 14 days ago

Please send us a message via the contact form directed to Albert. Included your phone number. We will give you a call

15 days 1 hour ago

i have just received the controller with the AUC2 bypass. I am able to login but wont detect the miner. The miner is a Avalon 6 and the LED flashes green.
Any ideas?

15 days 31 minutes ago

Sorry i have to ask the NEWBIE possibilities

1- Have you connected the 4pin cable from the controller to the A6 ? The left plug ?
2- Have you access the controller via webbase and enter your POOL and worker information ?
3- Have you power the controller using a micro USB ? 5v just like any cell phone charger
4- Have you connected the controller to your network ?

Any on and on ….


14 days 2 hours ago

No worries!

Yes, i did connect the 4pin cable on the left port of the miner.
Yes, I can access the controller with my browser and I did enter the pool and worker information.
Yes, i did power the controller using the micro USB wire connected to a phone charger.
Yes, the controller is connected to my network and i can access it with ant of my PCs on my network.

When i go on the cgminer page, I can see my pool info with the mention “alive” next to each of them.
But under devices, there is nothing there.
My miner powers up, the fan comes on fast and then slows down and the LED goes from green to flashing yellow.

Could it be the firmware?

I appreciate your help Joseph!

9 days 9 hours ago

Hello Samster,

There is a line that needs to be added to the miner configuration page of the Raspberry Pi controller for the Avalon6 that allows the bypass of the AUC2. It could be possible that you deleted this line when inputting your pool /worker information. I will email you with the modification that needs to be done within the miner configuration page. Please check your email for further instructions.

6 days 9 hours ago

Would it be possible to get a reply soon?!?
Takes on average 3-4 days to get a reply….It’s the same speed as mailing a letter!
I’ve been dealing with a non functioning controller for over 2 weeks and I’m getting really upset.
I could have bought a paperweight for far less than what your controller costed.


5 reviews for AvalonMiner Raspberry Pi Controller for A6 Modded...

  1. 4 out of 5


    I ordered a controller and a power supply but never Recieved the product. I tried to call several times but no one picked up and also emailed the issue. I initially ordered it in India but since it is late for more than a month, Can I get it delivered in USA?

    • :

      Hi, any email send to anything@parallelminer.com does not reach us. Please contact us via our contact us page. Your message will be reply within 24hrs. Most likely the package was return to us. In any case we will check first thing tomorrow. Still, please send a message via the contact page. Thank you

  2. 1 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    It took 2 weeks to receive and it didn’t work. I’ve been trying to fix this for 2 weeks now and i barely get any replies.
    Not happy and not coming back for more!

    • :

      Check your emails. I have emailed you twice already also called but your voicemail box is in French.

    • :

      Access your account and request an RMA we will be happy to issue a refund. We do not reply to any email send to xxx@parallelminer.com

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