This is a kit adding a card-edge connector to LiNC80 SBC1, allowing the use of ROM Cards to easily and quickly swap ROM content.Designed by LiNC, Ships from Norway
The LiNC80 SBC1 has an on-board connector designed to connect to a card-edge connector for rapid and accessible swapping of ROM. This is the kit that enables the use of the ROM Slot connector, lett...Read More…
The LiNC80 SBC1 has an on-board connector designed to connect to a card-edge connector for rapid and accessible swapping of ROM. This is the kit that enables the use of the ROM Slot connector, letting you swap ROM content quickly and easily by using ROM Cartridges. The kit consists of ROM Card, optionally a ZIF socket or DIL socket, an adapter PCB with mounting holes, a 30-pin 805-series card edge connector, one 2×15 pin 2.54mm pin header, two 30-pin female IDC connectors, and a 30-wide ribbon cable.
The ROM Card/cartridge is designed to be large enough to comfortably insert and remove. It has a 28pin location for either a direct soldered or socketed ROM chip, and a central mounting hole for encased cartridges. The two two-position jumper locations allow for any ROM chip size between 16 and 64kByte, taking advantage of the LiNC80 ROM Bank select signals for ROM sizes above 16kByte. If your ROM application fits in a 4k or 8k chip, it’s naturally no problem to use chips of those sizes, as the pinout on the connector is JEDEC compliant.
As noted on the silk-screen: select (or solder-bridge) jumper positions according to the size of ROM chip installed on the card. When installing a 4k, 8k or 16k ROM chip (C128 and smaller), both jumpers must be set to PULLUP for proper operation. If using a 32k ROM chip (C256), the ROS1 jumper needs to be set to PULLUP to correctly connect the Vpp pin to VCC. For a 64kByte C512 chip, it is recommended to use the ROSx-position on both jumpers. For more information about the ROS-signals, refer to the configuration register documentation in the LiNC80 SBC1 onboard devices guide.
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LiNC, short for Langseth information, Networks and Consulting is a sole proprietorship located in Gjøvik, Norway. It was founded to assist small and medium businesses with computer systems, networks and server infrastructure design and implementation, but has since expanded into both electronics, embedded systems and machining.
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