Documentation for “Zerocat Chipflasher: Kit User Guide”
Generated on: Thu, 13 Apr 2023 13:23:28 +0200
Repository: git://zerocat.org/zerocat/projects/chipflasher
Board: board-v2.0.0-1244-4270742b1
Version: v2.0.2-0-4270742b1
Branch: flashrom-interface

Zerocat Chipflasher: Kit User Guide

– How to create the ‘Chipflasher v2’ device.

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‘Chipflasher v2’, assembled from scratch

Section #../../kit-user-guide/doc/how-to-order-PCBs.md

How to order PCBs

Eurocircuits

Eurocircuits is a professional PCB manufacturer, which has been chosen to process the exported chipflasher ZIP archive. In October 2022, an order of 10 PCBs was processed in no time, resulting in high quality PCBs and one extra PCB as a gift!

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Chipflasher v2 PCB

However, this document is not a recommendation to use Eurocircuits, as their web service depends on many third party services and lots of proprietary scripts. A trial to circumvent the Google Service dependency failed as the Captcha Service cannot be avoided. :-/

Screenshots are not provided here, as website usage is bound to their terms of use: https://www.eurocircuits.com/termofuse/

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PCB-Configurator

This document now should help you to fill in proper settings for their PCB-Configurator:

Submit Your Order

Details of the submitted order are presented for review. A technician will check all settings provided, and will contact you if things do not match.

Done! Good Luck!

Section #../../kit-user-guide/doc/how-to-order-components.md

How to order Components

Vendor Contact

    Firma
    SEGOR-electronics GmbH
    Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 94
    10589 D-Berlin
    Telefon: +49 30 4399843
    Telefax: +49 30 4399855
    email: sales@segor.de
    Web: https://www.segor.de/

Vendor’s Partlist

This list is meant to provide you with vendor’s part names to ease communication. Please check and verify quantities. This list might be incomplete.

    Pos.  |  Artikelbezeichnung         |  Zusatzbezeichnung
    ------|-----------------------------|-------------------------------
       1  |  Q  5,0 MHz-LP              |  Quarz HC49/U-S LowProfile
       2  |  DILLAB08                   |  Präzisionssockel DIL08
       3  |  DILLAB14                   |  Präzisionssockel DIL14
       4  |  DILLAB16                   |  Präzisionssockel DIL16
       5  |  DILLAB40                   |  Präzisionssockel DIL40
       6  |  AWHW 10/Import             |  Steckerwanne 10pol 180°
       7  |  DCBU 2,1-LF                |  DC-Printbuchse i=2,1mm
       8  |  DCST 2,1/5,5-90°-1,5m      |  DC-Winkelstecker+Kab 1,5m
       9  |  SL1x40-90G                 |  Stiftl.1x40p 90°flach gew
      10  |  SL1x40-180G                |  Stiftl.1x40pol 180°
      11  |  FLLAB 1x36-180G            |  Federl.36pol 180° RM2,54
      12  |  USB-A ST +Kappe/sw         |  USB-A Stecker 4pol
      13  |  MAX 3232 CPE+              |  RS232 Transceiver DIP16
      14  |  74HC  32 N                 |  Quad 2-In OR IP14
      15  |  LD 1117 S33                |  V-Reg LDO 3,3V 1% SOT223
      16  |  24LC256 P                  |  32Kx8 I2C-EEPROM DIP8
      17  |  RXEF 075                   |  Multifuse Ih=0,75 It=1,5A
      18  |  ZD  6V8 1,3W               |  Z-Diode 6,8V 1,3W  DO41
      19  |  Jumper                     |  Jumper RM 2,54mm vergold.
      20  |  1N 4007                    |  1000V 1A Universal-Diode
      21  |  ELRA 100u-63/105°          |  100uF-63V 10x12,5mm RM5
      22  |  TA   10u-16                |  Tantal 10uF-16V 20% RM2,5
      23  |  1n0-R5.0-Y5P               |  1nF-100V 20% RM5
      24  |  IRLML 6402                 |  PMOS LL 20V 3,7A  SOT23
      25  |  u10-R2.5-Z5U/100x          |  100nF-50V 20% Z5U RM2,5
      26  |  u10-R2.5-X7R               |  100nF-50V 10% X7R RM2.5
      27  |  LED 3 rt-dif               |  LED 3mm rot diffus 630nm
      28  |  LED 3 or-dif               |  LED 3mm orange 610nm
      29  |  LED 3 gn-dif               |  LED 3mm grün diffus 565nm
      30  |  LED 3 ge-dif               |  LED 3mm gelb diffus 590nm
      31  |  MF 91R-1%                  |  91R 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      32  |  SIL 8x 47k                 |  SIL-Netzwerk 8x47k
      33  |  P8X 32A-D40                |  32-Bit 80MHz 32k DIP40
      34  |  MF 220R-1%                 |  220R 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      35  |  MF 10k-1%                  |  10k 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      36  |  MF 1k0-1%                  |  1,0k 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      37  |  MF 100k-1%                 |  100k 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      38  |  MF 150k-1%                 |  150k 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      39  |  MF 2k2-1%                  |  2,2k 1% 0,6W/70° 0207
      40  |  DSQ 10/rot                 |  Druckschalter 1xEIN quadr
      41  |  AWP 10/Import              |  Pfostenfeldverbinder 10p.
      42  |  M3x25 II -8x               |  8 Abstandsbolzen M3x25mm
      43  |  ASH 3x15 -20x              |  20 Abstandshülsen 15mm sw
      44  |  M3x10 LK-100x              |  100 Linsenkopfschrauben
      45  |  M3x25 LK- 50x              |  50 Linsenkopfschrauben
      46  |  U 3,2M -100x               |  100 Unterlegscheiben 3,2
      47  |  ESD-Etiketten (1000x)      |  1000 Stck 37x76mm Rolle
      48  |  PB 0   (100x)              |  100 ESD-Beutel pink 60u
      49  |  Plexiglas 120x250x3        |  Acrylglas, glänzend s=3mm
      50  |  DS09-POST                  |  Kabelkappe 9pol metallis.
      51  |  HS 152x254/Zip (100x)      |  100 ESD HighShield-Beutel
      52  |  MY 514 sw                  |  NF-Kabel 5x0,14mm2 schw.
      53  |  DS09 F                     |  Buchse  9pol Lötkelch

Position 7

Position 7, DC barrel jack input, is of special significance!

This part is plugged into CONN1 location of the Chipflasher v2 PCB. The footprint has been adjusted to match this vendor’s part. Unfortunately, this part is a noname product, imported from Asia. There is no datasheet available, and consistency of dimensions, footprint and material cannot be guaranteed over time.

The vendor recommends to use a part of better quality, made by manufacturer “CUI”, type PJ-202AH. However, this part has a different land pattern:

    Pos.  |  Artikelbezeichnung         |  Zusatzbezeichnung
    ------|-----------------------------|-------------------------------
       7  |  DCBU 2,1-LF;CUI            |  DC-Printbuchse i=2,1mm

Position 49

Position 49 is a workaround, as acrylic glass with 4mm thickness is not available.

Section #../../kit-user-guide/doc/kit-user-guide.md

Kit “Chipflasher v2” – User Guide

Suppliers

Kit: Scope of Delivery

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Kit: Scope of delivery

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Kit: Bags purged

Set of Tools (not included)

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Set of Tools: Solder Iron and Accessories

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Set of Tools: Probe and Cooking Plate

Y-USB Power Cable

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Cut like 20cm of Power Cable and get prepared: Locate wires marked with white stripes

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Join marked wires, join black wires, apply solder, grind joints to make them narrow

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Solder plug, use marked wires for lower, 5VDC contact; avoid short circuits to data pins and chassis

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Cut handle to provide more space for quadruple wires

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Place plug into handle, seal plastics with hot tip, then grind handle to make it look nice again

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Solder second plug to remaining end of short power cable, again use marked wire for lower, 5VDC contact

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Place plug into plastic handle, seal it again with hot tip

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Done.

RS232 Data Cable

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Take data cable, dismantel like 4cm and mount cable stop.

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Solder wires, maintain color codes.

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Mount plug handles.

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Other end of cable: Dismantel like 3cm, push back shield and seal with solder.

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Add a small piece of mantel.

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Press wires into plug.

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Close plug, cut in excess wires.

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Finalize plug by adding cable stop.

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Done.

SPI Cable

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Get started: Dismantel like 3cm of shielded clock cable.

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Push back shield, twist, apply solder.

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Dismantel clock wire, lenghten shield extension.

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Connect clock wire and shield to 9×1 pinheader plug.

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Cut gray piece of tube.

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Add all missing wires while preserving color codes, bundle wires with tube.

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Other end of clock cable: Dismantel like 2cm, prepare shield for dead-end.

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Seal shield with solder.

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Pair clock wire with green cable, neighbouring the yellow wire.

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Pair colored wires with their neighbouring green wires.

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Done.

DIL8 Chip Adapter

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Add two 4×1 pinheader to DIL8 Socket.

PCB Assembly Process

U5

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U5: Preheat on Cooking Plate

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U5: Fix position using one pin

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U5: Turn plate on for 5 seconds, solder tab using 1mm solder.

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U5: Solder pins using 0.5mm solder

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U5: Done.

U7

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U7: Place U7, still on Cooking Plate

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U7: Fix position using on pin

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U7: Turn Plate on for another 5 seconds, solder tab using 1mm solder

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U7: Solder other pins using 0.5mm solder, done

Change Solder Tip

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Change solder tip, clean tip on wet cloth

Q1

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Q1: Place MOSFET, put screwdriver nearby, preheat PCB for 3 to 5 seconds

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Q1: Add solder to tip, fix Q1 with screwdriver and solder first pad

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Q1: Solder other pads, make sure pins of R3 and R10 are not polluted

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Q1: Check electrical connection with probe, done

CONN1

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CONN1: Move PCB onto breadboard, place part, change solder tip (careful, it’s hot!)

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CONN1: Flip PCB, locate pins

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CONN1: Solder pins using 1mm solder, first heat pads, then heat pins! Be quick!

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CONN1: Solder GND pin, use full surface of solder tip to apply heat as fast as possible!

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CONN1: Uooh, part became too hot, it is melted. How to apply heat in a faster way??

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CONN1: Check mechanical functionality

J2

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J2: Place part

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J2: Fix on PCB with tape

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J2: Solder one center pin

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J2: Check proper, flat position on PCB

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J2: Solder next center pin

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J2: Solder remaining pins, GND pin set as thermal will heat up like 3 times slower

U1 Socket

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U1 Socket: Place socket on PCB

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U1 Socket: Fix with tape

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U1 Socket: Solder center pins, do not start with thermals!

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U1 Socket: Check for flat socket position on PCB

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U1 Socket: Solder pairs of first and last pins, check for flat position again

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U1 Socket: Solder remaining pins, thermals will heat up like 3 to 5 times slower!

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U1 Socket: Done

U6 Socket

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U6 Socket: Place on PCB, fix with tape

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U6 Socket: Solder two diagonal edge pins, check for flat socket position

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U6 Socket: Solder remaining pins, thermals will heat up slower!

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U6 Socket: Done

U2 Socket

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U2 Socket: Place on PCB, fix with tape

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U2 Socket: Solder two diagonal pins, but do not start with thermals!

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U2 Socket: Thermals are difficult to solder if not hot enough

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U2 Socket: Remove solder using desolder wire, if available

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U2 Socket: If available, add resin to ease tin flow

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U2 Socket: Be patient with thermals, first add enough heat, then solder.

U4 Socket

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U4 Socket: Place socket on PCB, fix with tape

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U4 Socket: Solder diagonal pins

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U4 Socket: Check flat position on PCB

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U4 Socket: Solder remaining pins

J1

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J1: Place 90° pinheader on PCB, fix with tape

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J1: Solder two pins, do not start with thermals

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J1: Solder remaining pins except thermal pin

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J1: Solder thermal pin, it will heat up slower, be careful that plastic will not melt

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J1: Check solder on component side, fix if required

J3

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J3: Place pinheader on PCB

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J3: Fix with tape, then solder

CONN2

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CONN2: Place pinheader on PCB, fix with tape, solder one pin

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CONN2: Check angle of pinheader, fix if required, solder remaining pins

Done with SMDs, Sockets and Connectors

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CONN2: We are done with sockets, pinheaders and connectors

U6 Capacitors

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U6 Capacitors: Hold PCB upside down, place U6 capacitors

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U6 Capacitors: Bent leads such that caps won’t fall

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U6 Capacitors: Solder one pin each

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U6 Capacitors: Adjust positions of caps such that they look nice in a row

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U6 Capacitors: Solder remaining pins

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U6 Capacitors: Cut leads

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U6 Capacitors: Check pins on component side

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U6 Capacitors: Apply heat and solder where missing

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U6 Capacitors: Done

C11

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C11: Place capacitor on PCB

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C11: Bent leads such that it remains in place

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C11: Solder pin well to ensure electrical connection of top and bottom power routes

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C11: Fix solder on component side if required, adjust position

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C11: Solder thermal pin well, it will heat up like 3 to 5 times slower

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C11: Cut leads

C12, C13, C14, C15

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C12, C13, C14, C15: Flip PCB upside down, place capacitors on PCB

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C12, C13, C14, C15: Bent leads such that they remain in place, solder pins, cut leads

C5

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C5: Flip PCB upside down, place capacitor, bent leads

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C5: Check polarity: Thermal pad must be connected with shorter lead!

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C5: Solder pins on both sides, cut leads

C2, C4

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C2, C4: Flip PCB upside down, place capacitors, bent leads, solder one pin each

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C2, C4: Adjust positions

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C2, C4: Solder pins on both PCB sides, cut leads

V1

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V1: Place fuse on PCB, bent leads such that it remains in place

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V1: Solder pins on both sides of PCB, cut leads

Z1

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Z1: Prepare form factor, bent leads

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Z1: Place diode on PCB, bent leads on bottom side to make it remain in place

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Z1: Solder pins, cut leads, apply heat again

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Z1: Fix solder on component side

D8

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D8: Prepare form factor, bent leads

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D8: Place diode on PCB, bent leads to make it remain in place, solder pins

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D8: Fix solder on component side, if required

U3

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U3: Place component on PCB

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U3: Slightly bent leads to make component remain in place, solder pins, cut leads

U8

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U8: Place component on PCB

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U8: Solder one center pin, check for flat position on PCB

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U8: Solder remaining pins, thermals will heat up like 5 times slower!

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U8: Remove protective foil

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U8: Clean-up, check mechanical function of switches

R12

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R12: Place component on PCB, align dotted pin to square pad

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R12: Solder one pin

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R12: Check for flat position on PCB

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R12: Apply heat, fix position

C1, C3

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C1, C3: Flip PCB 90°, place capacitors on PCB

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C1, C3: Solder pins, cut leads, apply heat again to make solder look nice

D1, D2, D3, D4, D5

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D1, D2, D3, D4, D5: Collect components

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D1, D2, D3, D4, D5: Place components on PCB, spread leads slightly, make sure that longer lead will contact squared pad!

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D1, D2, D3, D4, D5: Pull LEDs until flat lead markings disappear on bottom side

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D1, D2, D3, D4, D5: Solder pins, apply heat as short as possible!

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D1, D2, D3, D4, D5: Do not try to apply solder on component side, additional heat will break LEDs!

R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10, R11, R23

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R3..R11, R23: Collect components, check color code

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R4, R5, R8, R9: Place components on PCB, fix with tape

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R4, R5, R8, R9: Apply solder on bottom side

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R4, R5, R8, R9: Cut leads

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R4, R5, R8, R9: Check solder on component side

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R4, R5, R8, R9: Add solder on component side if missing

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R6, R7, R11: Adjust form factor

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R6, R7, R11: Place on PCB, add solder on bottom side

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R6, R7, R11: Check pad on component side

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R6, R7, R11: Add solder on top side, if missing

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R3, R10, R23: Prepare form factor

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R3, R10, R23: Place on PCB, solder pins, cut leads, fix solder on component side if missing

R15, R16, R17, R18, R22

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R15, R16, R17, R18, R22: Collect components, check color code

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R15, R16, R17: Place components on PCB, spread leads slighly to make them remain in place

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R18, R22: Apply solder on bottom side

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R15, R16, R17: Apply solder on bottom side

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R15, R16, R17, R18, R22: Cut leads to make soldered pads look nice

R21

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R21: Prepare form factor, check color code

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R21: Place component on PCB, solder pads

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R21: Fix solder on component side, if necessary

R2

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R2: Prepare form factor, check color code

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R2: Place on PCB, solder pads, cut leads, fix solder on component side

R19, R20

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R19, R20: Collect components, check color code

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R19, R20: Prepare form factor

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R19: Apply solder on bottom side, then cut leads

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R20: Apply solder on bottom side, then cut leads

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R19: Apply solder on component side, if necessary

R1

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R1: Collect component, check color code

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R1: Place on PCB, apply solder, cut leads, fix solder on component side

R13, R14

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R13, R14: Collect components, check color codes, adjust form factor

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R14: Place component, apply solder on bottom side

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R13: Place component, apply solder on bottom side

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R13, R14: Fix solder on component side, if necessary

Plugs for CONN2 and J3

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CONN2 Plug: Add solder to group of pins, use 1mm solder to be faster

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Plugs for CONN2 and J3: Place plugs onto pinheaders

Device Panel

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Panel: Collect Acrylic Glass and Power Switch

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Panel: Mount Power Switch

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Panel: Protect Acrylic Glass with Cardboard

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Panel: Prepare power wires and solder them to switch pins

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Panel: Remove cardboard

Microchips

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Microchips: Collect chips, observe precautions for electrostatic sensitive devices!

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Microchips: Press chip down on flat surface in order to put pins towards 90° angle

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Microchips: Sort all pins into socket until chip is horizontal, then press down

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Microchips: Sort pins into socket ...

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Microchips: .. then press down

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Microchips: Sort pins into socket ...

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Microchips: ... then press down

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Microchips: Sort pins into socket ...

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Microchips: ... then press down

PCB fully populated

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PCB fully populated, done!

Chassis

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Chassis: Collect bolts and screws and mount them to the PCB

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Chassis: Grab Device Panel and solder Power Switch Cables ...

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Chassis: ... to CONN1 Plug

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Chassis: Unplug Power Switch, fix label with transparent tape below glass

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Chassis: Use multiple stripes to seal paper

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Chassis: Flip panel, cut stripes along edge

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Chassis: Mount panel with screwdriver, apply Power Switch Plug

Device Test

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Device Test: Power on (D5 lights up), Firmware upload (D1..D3 blink two times)

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Device Test: Flashrom Probe (D4 lights up)

“Chipflasher v2” is Ready to Use!

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Chipflasher v2 is ready to use!