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'[SX] GŁnther's SX28 SX Multiboard: 20 free units f'
2006\04\25@163030 by kgraceyn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, kgracey wrote:

GŁnther Daubach volunteered $500 for the fund plus revenue from a batch of bare SX28 Multiboards. While we've been busy with Propeller we haven't spent much time with our SX forum. We are changing that today by providing the 20 SX Multiboards for free, to our SX customers.
Well-written documentation for the SX Multiboard is provided below from GŁnther. The documentation even includes Parallax part numbers for many of the components used on the board. Depending on how you populate this PCB you may not need all of the parts. Even though we've provided Parallax part numbers, you may need to call us to order these components as they're not all listed on the web site.
To get your SX Multiboard, simply send an e-mail to Jan Mirrione, our Receptionist (jmirrione@parallax.com). Jan will put your board in an envelope and send it off U.S. Airmail (no insurance, no tracking). International requests are okay, too.
Thanks GŁnther!
[2]Ken Gracey
Parallax, Inc.

SX Multiboard Photo Fully Assembled[/2]
[2]SX Multiboard Description    
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The SX28 Multi Board was designed as platform for various SX28 applications to fill the gap between experimental boards, like the Parallax SXTech Board, or prototype boards with only a minimum of pre-installed components. It is well-suited for single applications or small production series where the design of customized PCBs is not cost-effective enough.

For improved EMI protection, this is a four-layer board with two inner supply layers, one connected to the positive (Vdd), and one to the negative (Vss) supply voltage, providing an excellent filtering of the supply voltage.

Besides the necessary solder pads for an SX28 AC/DP microcontroller, and its minimum support components, the SX28 Multi Board is prepared for installing the following functional groups:

  • Enhanced SX28 reset circuit
  • RS-232 serial interface with MAX 232 level-shifter, and SUB-D 9 female connector
  • Supply voltage regulator (7805 or equivalent) with power connector
  • Serial I≤C EEPROM (24LCxx or equivalent)
  • Three indicator LEDs
  • Components for one ADC, based on the popular "Bitstream Continuous Calibration" virtual peripheral for the SX, or for one PWM-controlled DAC.

Also available are solder pads for various pin-headers:

  • 4-pin header for the SX-Key/SX-Blitz Debugger/Programmer
  • 4-pin header for an external I≤C bus
  • 6-pin header for TTL-level serial interface, e.g. for Parallax BASIC Stamps
  • 4-pin header for direct connection to the MAX 232 level-shifter
  • 26-pin header for all SX28 I/O port pins, reset, supply voltage, and analog input/output

Two 2x2 jumper blocks are provided for:

  • I≤C pull-up resistor enable/disable
  • TTL-level serial interface handshake configuration

Additional, application-specific components may be installed in the available breadboarding areas (solder pads with 1/10" spacing).

The SX28 Multi Board is divided in three major sections:

  • The "Main Section" with the SX28 controller
  • The "RS-232 Section" with the MAX232 level-shifter, and the SUB-D 9 connector
  • The "Regulator Section" with the 7805 regulator, the support components, and the power connector.

The board can either be used "full-size", i.e. with all sections attached, sized 2.95 x 2.5" (75.0 x 63.5 mm), or with the "RS-232 Section" and/or the "Regulator Section" cut-off, leaving a "Mini Board", sized 2.0 x 1.8" (50.0 x 46.0 mm).

Cut-off parts of the board, i.e. the "RS-232 Section" and the "Regulator Section" can be used as stand-alone parts.

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2006\04\25@171742 by Coriolisn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Coriolis wrote:

GŁnther brought one of these boards with him to the Propeller seminar, and it is a true work of art. Get you hands on one if you can.

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2006\04\25@172712 by tdg8934n/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, tdg8934 wrote:

I made the list and will have mine sent out in 2-3 days. Yea!

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2006\04\26@015105 by javalinn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, javalin wrote:

Ken,
Thanks for including the International customers!

james
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2006\04\26@073315 by Dunnseptn/a
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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Dunnsept wrote:

Poor Jan...
her inbox probably got swamped. sent an email yesterday but never heard back.
I must say that the more time I spend on the forum and the more I talk to friends who use other controllers, the happier I am that I decided to go with Parallax
products.. great stuff!

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2006\04\26@093621 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Dear SXers,
although Parallax has spent an extra amount into the Katrina relief fund for these boards, they are giving them away for free to you now. I think this is a generous offer - so if you lucky enough getting a board, you are welcome to make a donation to an aid fund of your choice.

I have attached the schematic in higher resolution for your reference.

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2006\04\26@210033 by kgraceyn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, kgracey wrote:

Hello-
This opportunity is now closed.

Thanks,
Ken
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2006\04\27@100258 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

It is a great board [actually 3 boards in one if you choose to split it up].

The SX-28 DIP really needs this.  Unlike the old SX-18 that could match a PIC 18pin dip Proto board, the SX-28 cannot be plugged into a PIC board of any kind [the Osc pins are located differently].  So, there has been nothing else available.

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'[SX] GŁnther's SX28 SX Multiboard: 20 free units f'
2006\05\01@172938 by DigitalDjn/a
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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, DigitalDj wrote:

I got my board! Thanks Ken, Gunther, Jan and everyone at Parallax!

This will save me on a project that Paul and i are working on and not having to have any boards made.

Where on the website are these available for purchase?

Kevin
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2006\05\01@202252 by kgraceyn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, kgracey wrote:

Hi Kevin,
At the moment the SX Multiboard is not available for sale on our website. They could be at some point in the near future, though.

Ken Gracey
Parallax, Inc.

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2006\05\02@000134 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

Ken,
I missed out on getting a free board, but still would like to purchase one or more.

I just got my Propellers which are my second order from Parallax this year.  Obviously, you will be getting another from me as the Propeller progresses.

If the SX-28 board  is in inventory, it will be easy to add one or more to my next order.  I have wanted Guenther's SX-28 board for sometime, but piecemeal shipping really increases my overall expense.

You might be happy to know that my Parallax shopping list is growing.  I see the Penguin's are about to go out.   And then there are the Propellor accessories, particularly the video screen and PropSTICK. I do understand that trying to figure out how much inventory to carry when you have so many new products is nearly impossible.  I can't afford everything.  But, as I mentioned above -- there really isn't anything similar Guenther's board.  I already have about 20 SX-28s on hand.

It seems it might become a staple item.

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2006\05\03@105151 by Mike_Wn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Mike_W wrote:

Ken, Gunther, Jan and everyone at Parallax!

I got my board yesterday,
Thanks
I am working on a project now and was getting ready to switch from BS2 to SX/B and this little jem will be perfect.

Mike W
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'[SX] GŁnther's SX28 SX Multiboard: 20 free units f'
2006\06\14@140931 by g_daubachn/a
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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Dear SXers,
for all of you who are interested in the SX20 Multiboard, I now have found a way to make the boards available at reasonable shipping costs for those of you living in the US and Canada.

The boards can be shipped to US/Canadian addresses via USPS for US$ 15.00 each including shipping and handling.

If you are interested, please download the docs here:

www.g-daubach.com/docs/sx28multibrd.pdf
and send me a private eMail to
g.daubach@mda-burscheid.de
with your order. I can accept payments to my PayPal account, or by check drawn to a US bank.

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2006\06\15@093024 by LostboYn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, LostboY wrote:

Guenther's boards are very handy, I recommend them highly.

Ryan
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'[SX] GŁnther's SX28 SX Multiboard: 20 free units f'
2006\09\03@111731 by Petern/a
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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Peter wrote:

[Quoting: "Guenther Daubach"]
Dear SXers,
for all of you who are interested in the SX20 [sic] Multiboard, I now have found a way to make the boards available at reasonable shipping costs for those of you living in the US and Canada.

The boards can be shipped to US/Canadian addresses via USPS for US$ 15.00 each including shipping and handling.

If you are interested, please download the docs here:

g.daubach@mda-burscheid.de
with your order. I can accept payments to my PayPal account, or by check drawn to a US bank.




www.g-daubach.com/docs/sx28multibrd.pdf

now returns:




Error 404: Datei nicht gefunden!http://www.g-daubach.com/spicons/undercover.gif
Das angegebene Dokument konnte auf diesem Server leider nicht gefunden werden.

Is the document, and/or board itself still available?

PAR


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2006\09\03@134356 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

www.g-daubach.com
Just go directly to his web site and you will find it.
As with most bad links, try the front door.

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2006\09\03@153645 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

PAR,
sorry for this hassle - somehow, the doc file name on the server was messed up.

The www.g-daubach.com/docs/sx28multibrd.pdf should work again now, as would do www.g-daubach.com/docs/sx28multiboard.pdf.

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'[SX] GŁnther's SX28 SX Multiboard: 20 free units f'
2006\11\03@161533 by g_daubachn/a
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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Hello SXers:

my "sales agent" in the US (my daughter) is going to come back to Germany by the end of November. She still has some SX28 Multi Boards on stock. So, if you want some at reasonable shipping fees to the US, please place your orders soon, before she's heading home.

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2006\11\13@022922 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Dear SXers,
thanks to thie information from Kramer, I noticed that the pictures in the PDF file that is attached to Ken's initial post in this thread are of very bad quality. You can download the most recent manual with high-quality pictures from http://www.g-daubach.com/docs/sx28multiboard.pdf.

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2006\11\13@082610 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

Hi again Guenther,
I am just finishing up soldering my two Mutiboards and one question came to mind as an afterthought.

Are these Rohs compliant boards?  I am using Lead, so it is merely a trivial issue.  
I am trying to figure out what it will be like for me to mix Rohs components and Lead solder in the future.

Anyone who has had trouble with assembly due to bad pictures, good images are directly available from Guenther.  
And, there is a recent revision due to one items of errata.

BTW, I have managed to insert a 2nd RS-232 port driven by the Max232 level shifter in the 'empty corner' of the board and it is optionally provided via two jumpers to a couple of Port C bits.   This board really rocks! !!

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2006\11\13@133110 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Kramer,
the boards are Rohs compliant but there is no reason to worry about using lead solder or installing non-Rohs complinat components on the boards as long as you don't plan to commercially sell the end-products into Europe :-) .

Hey, the second RS-232 port sounds interesting - it would be great if you could post a picture showing how you have placed the additional components in the "empty corner".

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2006\11\15@053310 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

I will post a photo with the additional port ASAP.  I used a 2x5 pin socket on the board and have the 2nd DB-9 on the end of a short ribbon cable. I also included jumpers so that I can choose to use or not use the 2nd port. No photos yet.

I am NOT concerned about export and Rohs.  I was just wondering if it might be any harder to solder with lead solder.  There seems to be no difference.

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2006\11\16@073858 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

Hi again,
Here are a couple of photos of my completed SX28 multiboard with the second RS-232 port.  I used PortC-bit2 and PortC-bit3 because Port A already has full use, Port B remains unallocated and parts of PortC were used.  
As you can see, I used a ribbon cable DB-9 because it can plug in or be removed from the board.  Also, the 2x13 connector is on the backside of the board.  In this way I can keep the board atop a stack and reprogram easily.

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2006\11\16@092756 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Kramer,
good job "populating" the SX-28 Multi Board, and how you have added the second RS-232 port. When I do a board re-design in the future, I think I should trace the free MAX232 Tin/Tout, and Rin/Rout pins to solder pads. This would make the wiring a bit easier.

Also a nice idea how you have mounted the voltage regulator. This gives it some spacing from the board but still sinks heat to the board. Obviously, you have drilled a hole into the PCB to attach the regulator. Always keep in mind that the board has two inner layers to avoid EMI, one connected to Vdd, and the other to Vss or GND. If you run a metal screw through such a hole, double-check that it does not contact the inner layers to avoid a short.

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2006\11\17@000931 by George Herzogn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, George Herzog wrote:

I suppose I can enlarge the hole and put a bit shrinkwrap on it as a sleeve of insulation.

It would be nice to document areas where holes must not be drilled as one can only guess with a 4-layer board.  I made some 'educated guesses' about where I could drill.  But it is very much a gamble that can have unpleasant surprises.

I actually drilled two holes -- one for the voltage regulator & another for repositioning a standoff for better balance.  I used plastic standoffs because of the 4 layers.

Since the Max232 provides 4 lines - you might allow all options.  Either one can have full handshaking lines or a second RS-232 port.  It would also be nice to provide the regulator hole so that no one has to drill.

In theroy, one board is enough for study, but it doesn't work well.  I now have 4 SX-28 boards and one SX-20 board.  This really allows me to have several projects set up at the same time and when I get stuck on one, I move on without changing configurations.  Later I can go back when I get un-stuck and resolve the problem.

I also have my own board with a ribbon cable to the breadboard.  This allow me to disconnect and save a project if I need the board.

But, I can do a ribbon cable and much more with your board - so I won't be building more of my own.

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2006\11\17@013930 by g_daubachn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, g_daubach wrote:

Enlarging the hople a little, and putting shrinkwrap, or some other isolation on the screw is a good idea.

Actually, the two inner layers span all over the board in order to maximize the EMI protection, although the layers look like Swiss cheese due to all the through-holes for the components, and the breadboarding areas.

Yes, using the two free MAX232 lines for full handshaking is another good idea. So I should provide some locations for jumpers. This would it make easier to configure the use of the MAX232.

I was thinking about providing the hole for the regulator when I made the design but I left out the hole because I usually install the regulator vertically with a small heat sink attached in order to save real-estate on the board for other components. For some projects, I have vertically installed two regulators, with the second regulator for a servo.

As I still have a number of the current boards on stock, I will make a re-design possibly not before Spring or Summer 2007.

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