What is this board?

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  1. athulascc

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    I guess this is SOP44 to DIP36 microchip programmer.
    Am I correct?
    if yes anyone can help me to make the Schematic like this?
    Advice,,?/

    thanks
     
  2. GopherT

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    Yes, it is for bread boarding a surface mount chip. The pins and board make the chip look like an Through-hole component. As you said, it also lets you put the programming pull-up resistors in place so everything can be done on a breadboard.
     
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  3. athulascc

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    yes. But I do not know the pin configuration, I hope to connect 4 programming pins and GND and VCC according to DIP36 package and SOP44.
    will it work?
     
  4. athulascc

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    or, if anything need to do more tell me, I can see Diode there, But why we need diode?
     
  5. bertus

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    Hello,

    One little remark:

    Breakoutboard.jpg

    Bertus
     
  6. GopherT

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    There is a model number along the pins 23 to 35 on the board. Google that number with the word, "datasheet" and hopefully you will find what you need. I cannot make out all the digits of your model number.

    Good luck.
     
  7. ErnieM

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    This looks like an adapter board with some extra features.

    If you already haveonetrace it outtomake the schematic.

    The best place for info is the place you got it, or even better the place that made it.

    Worst case use Google search by image to see who has it or who made it.
     
  8. ian field

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    The marking; "29F" might suggest a parallel FLASH memory chip, but the "29L" underneath it doesn't match any I can think of.
     
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  9. WBahn

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    My guess is that the 29L is a lower voltage (3.3V?) version of the 29F series (5V?).
     
  10. wayneh

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    This thread's title is very misleading! :(
     
  11. JWHassler

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    Glad someone else ran with that 'broad' ting.

    It's a Nintendo adaptor... see here
     
  12. ian field

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    I'd go along with the "L" denoting low voltage, part numbers are typically something like: 020 or 040. There are sometimes variants like a parallel FLASH memory with a protected boot area or somesuch.
     
  13. athulascc

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    29l3211.png post51500685936001401348923.png post49560942592001406383578.jpg
     
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  14. athulascc

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    above 3 images will help you. so now I am going to download datasheets of relevant ICs and Connect pins which have same names. will it work, but probably then some pins will leave alone, so what to do?

    Any idea about schematic. or any way to search it in google. I mean a keyword for search?

    thanks
     
  15. thief

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    Hello my friends. Where i can find this board to buy? Thanks
     
  16. Techno Tronix

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    You can check with some PCB manufacturer or PCB supplier. You can also purchase it online. Just be clear with your requirements.
     
  17. thief

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    I tried to found this adapter at buyicnow, ohspark, and others sites. But i cant found. I don`t have the project files to send to pcb manufacturer do to me.. do you have the files? thanks for answer me
     
  18. gunner79

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    where I buy this adapter? I find no adapter for the memories 29l3211! Thanks in advance!
     
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