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Although I have no experience in ribbon cables, why can't one make a coplanar transmission line on ribbon cable?
hello, all friends: how much is the normal ribbon cable's characteristic impedance, can I measure it useing a simple method? best regards measure inductanse on shorted piece of cable and measure capacitance opened same piece of cable for low frequences ( 0-20 kHz) is also interest of resistanse of shor
Hi I am considering to use flat ribbon cable to connect LCD module and in breardboard but I am not sure which connector that can fix in the breadboard and holes in the LCD modules. I welcome to hear hear your suggestions. Maverickmax
hey there could somone help me find an extender or just a new longer ribbon cable as i need to sit the controler board lower so its not in the way of the lcd thanks i've look about for ages try'n to find a new cable but dont even know if ribbon/flex/flat cable is the right name thanks mart
Guys Is it possible the serial data from the FPGA to the other IC or gate can be loss if we use such a long (1.5Meter) 20AWG ribbon cable? Please advise. Thanks in advance.
Guys Is it possible the serial data from the FPGA to the other IC or gate can be loss if we use such a long (1.5Meter) 20AWG ribbon cable? Please advise. Thanks in advance.
I was repairing my tv and I accidentally ripped a ribbon cable...on it says SUMITOMO-M AWM 2896 80C VW-1 -F- It is white with 40 pins and is about 20mm wide and 120mm came from a Mitsubishi WD-52525 DLP Tv...does anyone know where I can buy one of these cables? I checked e-bay and found nothing...and the only thing I could find on goog
Hello All, I am considering powering the gate drive circuit for my H-bridge via a ribbon cable. Has anyone been successful doing this before? My design is a full-bridge converter, with an H-Bridge on each side. Each H-bridge is being laid out on its own PCB so that I can disconnect one of the H-bridges, and connect a rectifier or
The whole point of a PCB is it is a cheap, mass produced, automated part. To add a ribbon cable to jump over a part seems crazy except in exceptional circumstances. Maybe you could show what the problem is. Keith
I?m using a FPGA to drive a matrix keyboard and I try to connect it with a ribbon cable. I have problems and I don?t know if it?s because of the cable. The signals are 20 ns pulses.
My drive is not being recognized by my PC. I want to check if my ribbon cable is working correctly or not. Can anybody please tell me how can I check it using a multimeter? Should each pin should appear shorted on the multimeter e.g. pin 1 shorted to pin 1,pin 2 shorted to pin 2 and so on.
To change the Parallel cable IV speed in iMPACT, click menu "Output" then "cable Setup". I'm using ISE 9.1, yours is probably similar. From the Parallel cable IV to your FPGA board, are you using the 15cm ribbon cable, or individual flying wires? Be sure your FPGA's M0-M1-M2 pins are set for JTAG. (...)
I have to send 14 bits of parallel data to a 14 bit DAC evaluation board need to use a ribbon cable to transfer the data from my FPGA daughterboard to the DAC eval board's IDC connectors.
I think he just wants to connect the leds to the power supply not the PC port. The ribbon cable wires are very thin and the current high so I don't think it is the proper wire for the job. Alex
During the production of a device, it often turns out that due to too small diameter of ribbon cable wires or another reason, some of the fittings crimped on it, made a poor contact. Because the faults are revealed i
Welcome to EDABOARD any way you have to use 3 wires with ground as third. please manage to have a 3 way ribbon cable and use middle wire as ground. Also, try to keep minimum wire length. you might , i suppose, have used twisted pair . instead , use one twisted pair with second (mate)wires as ground , fo
About the design I've 16 slaves that connect through a ribbon cable (no shield, not twisted) with each other. The maximum specified length that I specified is 25 meters for the system design but typically installations would be 12 meters long. The devices operates in noisy environments (high power electrical motors starting/stopping).
ribbon cable?? for ATA port or floppy...yes
if the contactor interfered with the LCD is there an easy way to stop it, could you shield the ribbon cable with foil and earth it or something ? The interferences can cause false commands to the LCD, resulting in garbage characters or even loss of configuration. Screening and earthing can improve the interference strength but may b
Dear friends, I need your advice on a problem to which I'm working: I need to send 9 signals from one board to another. These are digital signals, asynchronous one to the other, with a pulse of about 100 ns every 1 ms or so. The application is supposed to use as less power and weight in the cabling as possible (it is intended for space use)
I've touchscreen glasses for 128x128 T6963 LCD modules but I don't have any info about this touch-panels... LCD module and touch panels are seperate. I've no problem with LCD module now... For touch-panel: It is a usual glass with a layer on it... There are two single row flat ribbon cable & connectors. (One cable is 18pins...) (...)
I hope this is in the right forum, apologies in advance if it isn't! I have a halfords compressor with a digital gauge that will display pressure on an LCD in PSI/bar and shut off at a pre-set value. I've opened this thing up to find out more about the sensor, as I would like to use something similar in another project. After a LOT of disasse
I'm looking for this datasheet too. I have only this (enclosed) datasheet scrap. About internal USB in this chip, IMHO this interface can be used only as an host controller (for USB pad, joystick, wheel). This way, home DVD could be used as a game console. I saw one Manta DVD with this feature. Some newer ELTA 8883A (build with MT1389DE) have f
Hi all, I'm trying to get an LP121S1 LCD panel from LG, 800x600 18-bit TFT, to interface to a single-board computer with a CT69000 display chip. Does anyone have any experience doing anything similar? Especially with regard to cable screening? The chip supports the basic type, and I have eventually been able to get an almost perfect
I want to design and built an application board for the Matrix Multimedia Version 2 PICmicro? microcontroller development board (PIC-board) i.e. < >. Depending on the microcontroller used, this application board is supposed to contain various sensors and actuators such as a DC motor, a tempera
Hi, I don't know about a 'large' system' but I regularly use ribbon cable, anything from 4-way to 50-way using headers (all of which are cheap). Ready built cables for computers are a cheap option. Alternatively you can get 'edge' connectors, where a PCB plugs directly into the connector on another PCB, these are usually at right (...)
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Guys, any one can explain briefly on how the protocol of LVDS data transfer works in Xilinx FPGA Development Kit? In the board they have the LVDS transmitter and receiver ports, can we just loop back the transmitter to receiver using a ribbon cable ( to connect the transmitter and receiver ports), or any extra work needed? And how to convert a digi
Zilog Ez80 Embedded Webserver includes: eZ80Acclaim!? Development Kit ? Includes development platform, development module, and 9V AC power supply with adapters ZPAKII Debug Interface Module ? Includes ZDI TIM, 40-connector ribbon cable, DB9 serial I/O cable, ID10 to DB9 cable, and 5V AC power supply with (...)
Hopefully someone can help. Board #1: Cypress EZ-USB FX2-LP (CY7C68013A) microcontroller on pcb operating at 3.3V. Board #2: Analog Devices (AD669 DACPORT) 16-bit monolithic D/A converter plus other analog IC's operating at 5V. The Cypress board has 3 of its I/O ports connected to the other board through a 26-pin ribbon cable. We use th
I am looking for a diagram for this. I Googled but could only find for the MKII which differs from the one I have. I have a problem with some of the lower AC voltage ranges not working. EDIT: I managed to solve the problem. Found one resistor high in value and this version use flexible pcb wiring between the multiplier boards and rotary switches
Hi friends , 1) Why we are using 50 ohs load in Transmission line s ? 2) Is there any advantage other than maximum power transfer? Plz clarify me? Thanks in advance Goud Maximum power transfer is same if you using 300 Ohm, 75 OHm, and 50 Ohm whole way (but 75 Ohm have sligtly less loss compare to used
Hi! I have made this circuit and i have been using it for the past 6 months without any problems, but the trick is that for communiction from the pc to the wiggler circuit i use a ribbon cable with DB25 attached to both the ends. You probably won't believe that the length of the cable is more than 1 meter. Not only i but all my (...)
Hai friend Its the problem of the LCD driver section, which is not driving pixels on that area. If you are sound in electronics, you may try to open the pannel and try to find any sort of loose contacts, dry solers on the connectors and the Driver PCB, fungus formation or a torn ribbon cable connecting the LCD to the driver.Frankly speaking if it
i have a small doubt.if i connect the antenna to the receiver using a 300ohm ribbon cable,won't the cable act as an antenna itself. will there be any signal loss?
My opinion is that you are in for a lot of work to make a USB interface for this keyboard. From your pictures, it appears that keyboard contains only a key matrix arranged in a number of rows and columns. That is why the ribbon cable has so many connections in it. If this keyboard had an on-board controller, the job would have been easier.
Hello everyone and happy new year. I am trying to make a pulse oximeter, I'm just starting and I'd like to ask a couple of questions about some basic guide i have found. The following is the circuit i have: First of all, is this the whole circuit I will have to use, or
My first thought would be to mount the SD card holder on its own pcb with a pin header that would interface with the uP board via a ribbon cable. I would then need some "L" brackets to attach to the SD card pcb and the back of the metal plate. That's a viable approach. Another possibility is to bolt the SD board to th
I think, any cable with a basic symmetry would be O.K., e.g. any kind of twisted pair, including the said twisted ribbon cable. Exact impedance matching isn't an issue with the intended low signal rate respectivly short distance.
This is probably going to be no help at all, but my only experience with fixing a broken SPI interface was where a 1 foot long ribbon cable connected the two chips. The slave was not receiving its data. After hooking up a very high speed logic analyzer, I saw a very fast ringing on the clock line at the slave chip input. The ring looked like an
That "tape" is a flexible interconnect between the circuit boards made of polyimide film with copper traces, sometimes called a flex jumper. It serves the same function as a ribbon cable but is thinner. If you can get a replacement from Apple and the solder connections at the ends are not too deviously concealed and you have the skill, it may be po
As I understood FPGA I/O are terminated on connector CN1,CN2,CN3 & CN4. Its a provision to connect daughter card. What you can do, you can make one daughter card utilizing either one or two opposite connectors depending on your toggle sw requirement and put switches on PCB. But if you have to put those switches on front panel or something then you
Its called "ribbon cable" - lots of individual wires running parallel to each other and with their insulation bonded into a flat ribbon. Extending it is easy, just buy a matching plug and socket, a length of cable, crimp terminals and preferably a proper crimping tool. You have not told us where in the World you are so we (...)
You can get those colours from leds, but for a one off you might want to use multi colour leds, I suspect that the item in the video has filament lamps in it. For you application a selection of single leds is probably the way to go and solder them to bits of veroboard. Solderable ribbon cable would make the connections nice and neat.
How many wires in the ribbon cable? If that's the only connection to the CD drive, then two of those wires carry the left and right audio channels. You can locate them if you're careful how you touch things. You need to find a good place to solder wires in or near the ribbon cable. Then you run L & R audio to your line-in (...)
If you can make that ribbon cable look like a transmission line you'll do a lot better than if it looks like just capacitance. I've seen twisted-pair ribbons and you could probably go ground-signal-ground-signal-ground... and get something like a transmittion line (Z=TBD). With just one clock to care about, you could probably afford to (...)
you can either solder a ribbon cable 59318 or I prefer a pin header 59317 Alex
I'm a student working on a very basic, low-performance imaging hardware project. It is for my own interest, it is not homework (thank goodness they don't assign these things for homework!) The project is very simple, I just need to interface a OVM7690 CMOS camera to a micro controller. I want to solder the CMOS camera to a flex-circuit (those brow
Use a ribbon cable with a female connector and pins
The connection board (the big pins) is called just Header pins (or DIL header), e.g. To connect to it, there are a few ways: 1. Use a ribbon cable and an IDC Socket like this: