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ConnectORama

Page history last edited by PBworks 17 years, 2 months ago

Here is a collection of connectors and pinouts we frequently use in our projects:


 

3-pin Phidgets Connector for analog sensors

This is a three-pin, 0.1" spaced, polarized, shrouded headers made by Molex.

Used for analog sensors by Phidgets.

Information from documentation on phidgets.com:

''The connector is manufactured by Molex, part number 50-57-9403 and 16-02-0102 for the wire crimp insert, and is available from many sources including www.DigiKey.com (Digi-Key part numbers WM2901-ND and WM2510-ND). If you want to create your own sensor boards than you can use one of the following Molex connectors on the circuit board: 70543-0002, 70553-0002, 70553-0037, 15-91-2035 (Digi-Key part numbers: WM4801-ND, WM4901-ND, WM4925-ND, WM1341-ND).

 

We have created an adapter board, or shield, to connect Phidgets sensors to an Arduino board:

This shield is not currently for sale, but you can make your own using these Eagle CAD files: phidget_shield_v1.sch | phidget_shield_v1.brd

 

3-pin d.tools Connector for analog sensors

This is a single row, three pin, 0.1" spaced, standard header found on the end of d.tools component boards labeled "/adc", "/knb", or "/sld".

 

 

6-pin d.tools Connector (component<->main board)

This is a 2x3, 0.1" spaced, non-polarized connector made from standard double-row headers. The d.tools master controller PCB has the female side; a d.tools component has the male side. Connections are: +5V, GND, and the two-wire I2C bus (data-SDA, and clock-SCL). There are two two extra pins not connected on the female side that are used to allow ISP in-circuit programming of ATtiny chips on d.tools components. (Note: the d.tools connector does not map 1:1 to the standard ISP header; insert mapping here in the future).

 

USB connectors

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