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Difference between revisions of "Das Oszi 3.5MM Uart"

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This procedure has been documented in a way that someone who has very little experience with soldering or board modification should be able to accomplish the mod. In addition the parts chosen have been selected due to the availability, ease of use, and cost. Of course there are better ways, more robust solutions, and ones that are not so "hackish".
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= Parts =  
 
= Parts =  
 
* quantity 1 - [http://search.digikey.com/us/en/products/TTL-232R-3V3-AJ/768-1098-ND/2285997 usb->rs-232 with audio jack]
 
* quantity 1 - [http://search.digikey.com/us/en/products/TTL-232R-3V3-AJ/768-1098-ND/2285997 usb->rs-232 with audio jack]

Revision as of 01:16, 14 April 2012

Introduction

This procedure has been documented in a way that someone who has very little experience with soldering or board modification should be able to accomplish the mod. In addition the parts chosen have been selected due to the availability, ease of use, and cost. Of course there are better ways, more robust solutions, and ones that are not so "hackish".


Parts

Audio-jack.jpg

3pin-fan-power.jpg

Outside Case

Das oszi case outside-a.jpg

Das oszi case outside-b.jpg

Das oszi case outside-c.jpg

Inside Case

Das oszi case cage.jpg

Das oszi case inside-a.jpg

Das oszi case inside-b.jpg

PCB Connection

Das oszi case pcb.jpg

Cable Sections

Das oszi case cable-a.jpg

Das oszi case cable-b.jpg

Das oszi case cable-c.jpg

Das oszi case cable-d.jpg

Connected

Das oszi case cable-connected.jpg