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I want to know exact dimensions about this product (# 410-310). I meant Dimensional tolerance. I found Ref Manual as: "Physical Dimensions The pins on the pin header are spaced 100 mil apart. The PCB is 1.5 inches long on the sides parallel to the pins on the pin header and 0.8 inches long on the sides perpendicular to the pin header." But I need more specific info though.(maybe drawing?) Does Anybody have an idea?
The reference info (online and .pdf) for the Pmod OLEDrgb falls flat (literally) when it comes to the thickness of the module. It specifies the board size is 1" x 1.4", but it doesn't say how thick the module is. And none of the photos are from a viewpoint that let me determine whether the top surface of the display is above the PMOD header connector. A side profile view (or better yet, side profile drawing) would answer these questions. Essentially, the height above bottom of circuit board at points h1 and h2 in the ascii graphic below: h1 h2 ===X===|| | __ 96 x 64 OLEDrgb__ | ===X=|| || | __ Display module __ | ------------------PMOD PCB------------------------
Hello, I have some questions about the Analog Shield: - What is the dimension of an analog shield plugged on top of an Arduino Uno? (Total dimension of the assembly, for planning the size of the enclosure) - What is the pitch of the headers on top of the board, where the AO pins are routed? Is it standard 2.54-mm pitch? Is there a guide somewhere what is the location of these headers for plugging some boards in them? (Like for routing some BNC plugs to the wall of the box) - A very stupid question in the end: do I need to separately power the Analog shield when coupled with an Uno, or it can get enough supply from the pins of the Arduino? Thanks
I am looking for outline dimensions for the Cmod S6. Not in the users guide on on the web page. They should be on the website. PDF, PNG, anything would be fine. I assume that this board fits in a 48 pin DIP socket which has holes on 0.1inch centers and 0.6inch spacing. Is this correct? Would also like to know if the USB port is on the centerline of the board or offset.