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university:tools:m1k:breadboard-adapter [25 Mar 2016 18:04] – ↷ Page moved and renamed from university:tools:m1k-breadboard-adapter to university:tools:m1k:breadboard-adapter Robin Getzuniversity:tools:m1k:breadboard-adapter [29 Jul 2019 18:46] (current) – add new Rev F connector photo Doug Mercer
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 <WRAP centeralign>Figure 1 ALM1000 analog input/output diagram</WRAP> <WRAP centeralign>Figure 1 ALM1000 analog input/output diagram</WRAP>
  
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-<WRAP centeralign>Figure 2 Analog I/O connector</WRAP>+<WRAP centeralign>Figure 2 Analog I/O connector (left Rev D, right Rev F)</WRAP>
  
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 <WRAP centeralign>Figure 3 Detail of analog input switching</WRAP> <WRAP centeralign>Figure 3 Detail of analog input switching</WRAP>
  
-As we can see from figure 3 switch S<sub>1</sub> disconnects the CH A/B pins from the output drivers, putting that channel in the high impedance mode. Normally, S<sub>4</sub> is closed connecting the analog input buffer ( voltmeter in figure 1 ) to the CH A/B pins. It is also important to note that the white circle pin is connected to CH A/B when S<sub>4</sub> is closed. If S<sub>4</sub> is opened then the analog input buffer is disconnected from the CH A/B pins and is now only available at the pin with the white circle.+As we can see from figure 3 switch S<sub>1</sub> disconnects the CH A/B pins from the output drivers, putting that channel in the high impedance mode. Normally, S<sub>4</sub> is closed connecting the analog input buffer ( voltmeter in figure 1 ) to the CH A/B pins. It is also important to note that the white circle pin(rev D) and AIN/BIN pins (Rev F) is connected to CH A/B when S<sub>4</sub> is closed. If S<sub>4</sub> is opened then the analog input buffer is disconnected from the CH A/B pins and is now only available at the pin with the white circle and AIN/BIN pins.
  
-This female header is a very common, generic style connector and is simple to attach wires to as with the various cables supplied in the kit. Double length square male pins can serve as gender changers to convert the female end of the wires into male pins that can be easily inserted into the female header and the solder-less breadboards often used in the lab for building prototype circuits. These fly-wires are several inches long and can be awkward to use at times given the relatively small size and light weight of the ADALM1000 module and a small solder-less breadboard.+This female 6/8 pin header is a very common, generic style connector and is simple to attach wires to as with the various cables supplied in the kit. Double length square male pins can serve as gender changers to convert the female end of the wires into male pins that can be easily inserted into the female header and the solder-less breadboards often used in the lab for building prototype circuits. These fly-wires are several inches long and can be awkward to use at times given the relatively small size and light weight of the ADALM1000 module and a small solder-less breadboard.
  
 =====Adapter board===== =====Adapter board=====
university/tools/m1k/breadboard-adapter.txt · Last modified: 29 Jul 2019 18:46 by Doug Mercer