ORIC SDCARD

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Silicebit.
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Re: ORIC SDCARD

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Here you can see the mod, no injuries to pcb tracks.



And here the PCB design.

http://www.retrowiki.es/viewtopic.php?f ... p200064773
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I just bought an Erebus PCB from ebay. I would’ve bought an assembled one, but there didn’t seem to be any for sale at the moment. I’ve ordered all the components except the reset button and resistor for it. What is the resistor value? Also, what’s the type of the SD card reader module that is used with the 3D printed case?

I’m looking forward to get to assemble it.

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The value of the resistor is 220 ohms.
The Sd module is the same for the 3D-printed case. I suppose that Mustangus soldered the 6pin connector on the opposite side of the pcb and the bent model was chosen.
We can solder directly the sd "Catalex" module on the main board but there is the risk of electrostatic damage on the sd module if the iron is not connected to earth.

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