Opp’s sorry about that Dave. I have redone the “build notes” to include both mezzanine boards. See:-
From: yoda [mailto:yo...@r2d2.org]
Can you put back on your web site both versions of the mezzanine board - so that people can see the original with the patch. I am not sure I am going to move up to the new mezzanine boards (probably will) but now there is no reference to the original board and the patches required to make it work. I think when you update web site you need to leave what was originally there and then add new sections (probably with revision number and/or date for new section) - not delete and replace - the same has happened with other boards.
Yes Todd from Arrow. They are specked as 5V but the seem to work OK at 3.3V.
From: n8ve...@googlegroups.com [mailto:n8ve...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of gek...@gmail.com
Todd just a quick note to let you know the V06c version of the mezzanine boards checked out fine on the 16MG S100 RAM board. I hammered them fairly good with the 80386 board, they did fine.
Soldering the chips on to the board is quite tricky. I found it best to aligen one corner, then orientate the chip and do the diagonally opposite corner, then run the salder tip along the pins. With a wet tip there is enough solder on the pins and the board for contact. However I had one chip where the pin did not make contact, took me a while to locate it. These boards are definatly not for anybody with shakey hands
Will next do the 32MB 80386 board, but for now I feel confident sending them out to all 16MB board users.
Thanks Andrew and Dave for all your help on these.