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HS3 programming adaptor for Numato Mimas 2


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Hi - I just received my HS3 adaptor, am learning FPGA on a Numato Mimas dev board. But the Mimas has a 14 pin connector on 0.1" pitch (looks like a standard ribbon connector).

Checking the schematic against the HS3 docs, the pinout is the same.

is an adapter available? or can you give the connector type for the HS3 so I can make one?

 

thanks

 

Daniel 

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hi John - this is it :

https://numato.com/docs/mimas-v2-spartan-6-fpga-development-board-with-ddr-sdram/

shot of the JTAG connector from the schema also attached. For now I ordered some 14 pin connectors of each type and will make up  a lead, but obviously a  purpose-made cable would be a bit more robust.

regards

 

Daniel

 

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OK, I made up  a cable, and Adept now sees the HS3 and also the FPGA - it recognises the chip as XC6SLX? - for some reason it doesn't seem to get the chip variant, so there are warnings when I select a .bit file. Bit it programs fast and without error.

 

Thanks!

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