[Arm-netbook] Schematic and PCB layout CAD files

Paul Boddie paul at boddie.org.uk
Tue Jun 11 20:08:50 BST 2019

On Saturday 1. June 2019 21.18.34 Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 1, 2019 at 7:05 PM Paul Boddie <paul at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
> >
> > Knowing your policy on information existing only on the list,
>  que?  no, the wiki's there for people to edit and make the
> information more accessible.

That's what I meant. So I was looking on the Rhombus Tech and eLinux.org sites 
for information, but it wasn't so easy to find the essentials.


> > It does seem that the Amphenol
> > connector tries to guard against this - as well as I interpret the
> > drawings - and I wonder if others also do so.
>  in combination with the correct matching casework, of course.  being
> incompatible with the PCMCIA *external* specification would have been
> disastrous.

On the topic of connectors and casework, I happened to come across this 
selection of products:


(It was while investigating the Olimex KiCad footprints that I found an 
obscure product code for a microSD connector, this then yielding the above 
site when searching the Web.)

I just thought I'd post the details here in case it happened to be of 
interest, the company being based in New Taipei City, no less.


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