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Old 1st November 2010, 07:03 AM   #1
Frex is offline Frex  France
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Post DIY CS5381 Analog-to-Digital converter PCB Group buy


After some demand, i open a wiki page for started a group buy of PCB
to build the ADC project describe in the thread HERE.
If you think to be interested by it, i highly recommand you to read it !
If you need further info about the design, you can post a message in the wiki.
Of course, all designing files will be send for each buyers.
(A very complete folder).

More documents about the design can be found on the dedicated wiki page HERE.

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You can dowload the full schematic HERE .
A little manual of the ADC can lso be read HERE .

All others files will be send to buyers.

Note that a logic array (EPM3064) must be programmed,
so you need an ALTERA JTAG programmer.

For buyers who don't have it and don't want buy it, i can provide PCB with the EPM3064 soldered and programmed for extra 15.

I have add a column to select or not the option of mounting/programming the
Logic IC (EPM3064).

The price for 1 PCB would be 40 if less than 6 PCB is ordered and 35 if more than 10. This price include worldwide shipping in priority letter.

If you're interested, you can add your pseudo/qty/location on the table at the bottom of the wiki page.

Note: Currently 6 PCB are already pre-ordered.


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Old 3rd November 2010, 07:58 PM   #2
imagios is offline imagios  Czech Republic
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Well im looking for a ADC, for my mic. Can it be conectet to the PC directly, via plug and play?

One more imprortand question, to be honest its too complicated for me to solder, small smds are not in my level of skills, how much for a finished board?
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Old 5th November 2010, 07:24 PM   #3
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Soldering smd is easy with solder flux

YouTube - Professional SMT Soldering - surface mount fine pitch I.C.
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Old 7th November 2010, 07:29 PM   #4
imagios is offline imagios  Czech Republic
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Well I know the video, never the less im not convincet to be really capable of it, on the other hand I never tryed. I made several diodes and was not really good on that, it works but well its not nice. Therefore I pass...
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