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Hardware News   Hardware News : Minimig v1.1 Bare PCBs available now
   posted by Nusim on 24-Sep-2007 16:34:58 (3941 reads)
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our bare Minimig v1.1 PCBs.

The PCBs are manufactured in the U.K.
They are original style green mask and silver tin.


Pricing;

U.K. 9.95 + 0.50 post/packing.
EU 9.95 + 1.20 Airmail/packing.
World 9.95 + 1.60 Airmail/packing.

For convenience we are listing these items on Ebay.

Minimig PCBs on Ebay

Please note that this project is only suitable for those with advanced SMD soldering skills.

All profits from this run will go to TeamAros Kickstart ROM II Bounty.

Nusim Limited
    

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Fransexy 
Re: Minimig v1.1 Bare PCBs available now
Posted on 24-Sep-2007 19:53:25
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Anyone can solder one for me?


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Rob 
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@Nusim

If you could also sell a pre-programmed FPGA to go with the board then I'd probably be interested. Where do I find the BOM.

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Tomas 
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Posted on 24-Sep-2007 19:58:54
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Any chance for a pre assembled one? That i would definitely buy, as i dont have the skills required for assembling my own.

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@Rob

FPGAs are field programmable and almost all need to be programmed every time the device powers up. It's the PIC micro you want to have preprogrammed. It reads the FPGA bit-file from an SD-card and programs the FPGA.

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Posted on 24-Sep-2007 20:14:14
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Nice, but that FPGA will be a pain in the 4ss to solder.

Last edited by Manu on 24-Sep-2007 at 08:21 PM.


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Posted on 24-Sep-2007 20:31:13
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Already ordered one! Where can I get a BOM from, to start RSing?


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Posted on 24-Sep-2007 21:49:45
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Let me get mine up and running first and if I do it successfully, maybe!


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Posted on 24-Sep-2007 22:10:33
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And where are the other parts of the board (chips..etc)?

i guess thats only the naked "pcb", right?


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@Hans

Quote:
FPGAs are field programmable and almost all need to be programmed every time the device powers up. It's the PIC micro you want to have preprogrammed. It reads the FPGA bit-file from an SD-card and programs the FPGA.


Ah that should be fine then as my brother, who'd be doing the build, should have access to a PIC programmer.

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Quote from ebay: Quote:
This seller is not currently offering any items for sale.
(I'm using IBrowse.)


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@Tomppeli

Only five boards were listed and they've all been sold, hence the message you're getting. Hopefully list some more in the coming days.

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It's incredibly easy to program a PIC for home use anyway, using hardly any components. I haven't tried the 18xxx line but the 16F84 can be programmed with a just a 5V supply, a 12V supply and a single resistor. I've made a tiny programmer getting data and +12V from the serial port and +5V from a USB port. Dodgy but works although it shouldn't ever be used for anything that is meant to be sold, you're meant to program PIC for real use with a programmer that can verify at many voltages across the supported spectrum.

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Posted on 25-Sep-2007 2:03:58
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Figures... as soon as I buy one, the price drops by half. I wish I could tell those looking for a populated board that I could help out, but I just don't have the time to build more.

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Posted on 25-Sep-2007 10:17:13
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Too bad I don't have the soldering skills needed :(

How much will costs the missing parts?

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Shame I don't have the brains to use it

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