Open the board in KiCAD, click on the component, and select the part. Open the properties and it will list the exact X,Y coordinate of the part. Then open the part and determine where the 0,0 for the part is. After that you have everything you need.
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-----Original Message----- From: David Mandala [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 10:57 PM To: Grant Likely email@example.com Cc: King, Lawrence firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Gandhi, Ketal firstname.lastname@example.org; George Grey email@example.com; Koen Kooi firstname.lastname@example.org; 96boards-team email@example.com; Mark Brown firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Sensors board Rev B - call for review (v2)
On 10/27/15 9:26 PM, Grant Likely wrote:
On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 6:06 AM, David Mandala email@example.com wrote:
On 10/27/15 1:25 PM, Grant Likely wrote:
Second posting. I've made some changes to the design. Things to note:
- VIO is selectable between 3.3V and 5V with a slider switch
- A through-hole stackable header is used
- silkscreen is cleaner
I think that covers all the outstanding comments. Attached are the schematic, design files, and a rendering.
Comments welcome. I hope to send this for a pre-production run next week.
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This looks very nice, so +1 from me.
Do you have a mechanical layout with measurements for each connector? If so I can get started on the Case additions for this now.
Look a the Sensors-layout.pdf file that I sent you. All of the information you need should be there.
Whoops I missed that.
That is most of what I need but P2, P3, P4, P5 are missing Y coordinates, 96B_SPI, P6, SW1 are missing x and y info.
I'm guessing that 96B_SPI GPIO2 and I2C0 are 7mm apart from the row above but it's not called out. If so that takes care of the y for them, but still need the X for 96B_SPI it's smaller then the connectors above it.
I am assuming that: A0, D7 A1, D6 A2, A6, I2C1 top D5 AT-I2C GPIO3 I2C1 bottom D4 respectively share the same Y offsets.
I am also assuming that AT-I2C, GPIO1, I2C0 and D3 y offset is 0 the front edge of the board.
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