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Re: Nava

Postby Altitude » May 12th, '16, 13:44

The link to the board file does not seem to work. That's invaluable for building
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Re: Nava

Postby e-licktronic » May 12th, '16, 19:11

Altitude wrote:The link to the board file does not seem to work. That's invaluable for building


Solved ;)
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Re: Nava

Postby southpole » May 13th, '16, 13:38

e-licktronic wrote:
Altitude wrote:The link to the board file does not seem to work. That's invaluable for building


Solved ;)


no schematics this time? they were quite invaluable for debugging my yocto build...
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Re: Nava

Postby AonFluX » May 15th, '16, 13:28

As I have started to build the kit, I have a question.
In the build-tutorial it is stated that C89 in the bassdrum sect. should be 0.047 microF, but on the picture of the build in the same tutorial, there is a 0.47 microF on place C89 (which is concistent with the schematic I believe).
Anyone that could shed some light on this? Just a misprint in the tutorial?
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Re: Nava

Postby e-licktronic » May 15th, '16, 14:50

AonFluX wrote:As I have started to build the kit, I have a question.
In the build-tutorial it is stated that C89 in the bassdrum sect. should be 0.047 microF, but on the picture of the build in the same tutorial, there is a 0.47 microF on place C89 (which is concistent with the schematic I believe).
Anyone that could shed some light on this? Just a misprint in the tutorial?


C89 is 47nF.

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Re: Nava

Postby AonFluX » May 16th, '16, 06:27

Ok, thanks for the fast answer!
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Re: Nava

Postby drifter7508 » May 16th, '16, 13:16

Any spec./recommendations for buying the right crimp tool for making the cabels for the molex connectors?
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Re: Nava

Postby Patrick » May 16th, '16, 20:40

Why not using MTA156 mouser: 640445-5 with
571-3-640426-5 , its easy to solder cables in, its the same like 4 Pole Headers of MOTM Modularsystems
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Re: Nava

Postby drifter7508 » May 17th, '16, 10:28

Alla connectors and stuff are allready included in tbe bom. Just need to buy the right tool for crimping these...
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Re: Nava

Postby talos » May 18th, '16, 03:32

Hi everyone,

I have a question to ask, but I feel it might be a bit silly. I only soldered the LED's off of the TR-8 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCW9T15mBp0

And I figured that after learning to do such a difficult task that I can take on this Nava project. My only issue is that the Mouser parts are so many and I can't figure out which part goes where. I looked at the BRD file, but I'm not sure how to make it tell me what kind of resistor or capacitor a location on the board needs. I received a lot of different capacitors and resistors. I don't want to make a mistake. Is there a way that the Eagle program can tell me for example which kind of capacitor C129 takes? I don't know if it's like a 4700PF 100Volts 5% Film capacitor or 100volts .015uF 10% capacitor.

Sorry again if I'm coming off as a beginner, but I just don't know which parts go where.


Any help is appreciated!


Thanks!

EDIT: Nevermind! I read a little further down and the tutorial for parts begins at the bottom of the page. That helps :)
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