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Re: SUMP2 5V input shield now available
khubbard0   10/31/2016 11:15:59 AM
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If there is interest, I have 4 other translation "shields" from another project that I could easily port to SUMP2.  They are for RS232, RS422/485, CAN Bus and LVDS.  They all would require surface mount soldering of SOIC like devices.  Their cost would be similar, around $5 for Qty-3 OSH-Park bare PCBs plus the cost of translation ICs ( normally $1-$3 ). SUMP2 users out there should chime in regarding demand and connectors, etc and I will proceed.

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Re: SUMP2 5V input shield now available
Max The Magnificent   10/31/2016 10:10:01 AM
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@khubbard: ...I just uploaded gerbers for a 5V input shield to the iCEstick...

Thansk so much for sharing this project Kevin

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SUMP2 5V input shield now available
khubbard0   10/30/2016 12:20:28 PM
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I just uploaded gerbers for a 5V input shield to the iCEstick. SUMP2 users may order Qty-3 PCBs of the shield for $5 from OSH-Park ( including shipping ) and assemble their own shield using a $0.60 DIP-20 SN74LVC244AN.  OSH board design files available on BML site.  PCB available here https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/CzDgtBl4

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