Easily interface your Binho Nova with legacy 2.54mm pitch host adapter connectors!Designed by Binho in United States of America
This board makes it easy to interface your Binho Nova host adapter with common 2 x 5 pin 2.54mm pitch connectors used in other common USB host adapters. It also implements the pinout of TotalPhase(...Read More…
This board makes it easy to interface your Binho Nova host adapter with common 2 x 5 pin 2.54mm pitch connectors used in other common USB host adapters. It also implements the pinout of TotalPhase(R) Cheetah and Aardvark adapters so that you can readily use any of your existing development boards and fixtures designed for use with those tools.
The small form-factor ensures it will fit perfectly in any place that the previous wire harness could connect. There are also two footprints for configurable solder bridges. One can be used to tie the power pins to VUSB, 3V3, or leave disconnected. The other bridge can be used to select the protocol (I2C or SPI) being used, so that it can match the pinout of the Cheetah / Aardvark correctly for the given use-case. Please see the Configuration Guide for the details.
This board is 20mm x 9.5 mm and comes with 0Ohm 0402 resistors for convenient configuration.
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