[Mezzanine] Sensors board Rev B - call for review (v2)
david.mandala at linaro.org
Wed Oct 28 02:56:36 UTC 2015
On 10/27/15 9:26 PM, Grant Likely wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 6:06 AM, David Mandala <david.mandala at linaro.org> 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.
>>> Inline image 1
>> 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:
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.
David Mandala <david.mandala at linaro dot org>
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