This section allows you to view all Messages made by this member. Note that you can only see Messages made in areas you currently have access to.
Messages - arakis
From what I am aware that LDO has 150mA capability, I think there are 300mA LDO in the same package available..
PS. probably in a month a short supply will become available through our free pcb program, this is just a educated guess on my part, it could take longer then that...
P.S.S. I am not sure when and If we will be selling assembled versions, I'll ask Ian about it.
Bring it on :D
But, seriosly I myself would like to work with a larger uC, once the Xtal, ICSP,USB, and UART are connected you are seriusly underpined with a 28pin device.
I built my own SID a few months ago(not the DP one featured here) for solomons only, I used a 14pin device, and it was so seroisly consticting that I had to make some seriusly poor engeneering choices just to get it to fit, which is the reason I didn't share my schematics and pcbs..
documentation wiki (Creative Commons BY-SA license)?
As for the time its difficult to say. This board took about 10h-16h to make from idea to gerbers. A few hours was spent on figuring out how to make the lib-model of the CPLD, it's the first time I used the technique of using a script to make the symbol from the bsdl file. 80% of the rest of the time was spent choosing which pins to connect on the schematic so that the pins align on the PCB. Actual routing took maybe 1-2hs. Btw I am a novice at this, I am pretty sure there are people here that could have done this in half the time.
I second that :D
I checked datasheet for pic32s and pic24FJ.
PIC32s all chips in tqfp100 pack are supported by this board, only the ICSP PGD and PGC pins are not connected to ICSP header, they are connected to the side headers though.
PIC24FJ all chips in tqfp100 packs are fully supported. ICSP is connected here.
PS. my initial idea was to make it fro pic24fj and I chose to break out the PGD3 and PGC3 pins to the ICSP header, unfortunately PIC32s don't have PGD3 and PGC3 pins.
*off topic never change your chemicals for developing uv boards, I wasted a whole 16cm by 10cm, board to make just these 3 small boards, trying to get the concentrations right
The 2x20 header could be female or male, depending if you want to stick your module directly into the adapter, or use a cheap HDD ATA 40 ribbon cable.. here are the pics and eagle files for the project. The pics were taken before the boards were cleaned of flux, so lots of brown gooey stuff is there :D