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Topic: Blackberry trackpad connector - 20 small pins. Plug or ribbon? (Read 295 times) previous topic - next topic

solidox

I want to make a really tiny wireless mouse, and I need to connect a Blackberry optical trackpad to an Arduino, and I'm not sure how to physically connect to the right leads.

How do you guys solder to really small stuff?

I have two options:

This connector type thing, about 1cm in length (.39"), that I don't have a female plug for. It appears it doesn't exist.  :smiley-sad:




Or this ribbon that I have no idea how I could solder something on there. These pads seem a tad bigger than those pins.



Also, I suck @ soldering  :smiley-eek-blue:
I'm beginning to see why I couldn't find anybody successfully interfacing one of these.



Thanks.

found a forum post bout it. not sure how helpful it is and it helps!
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=61637.0

The BB Bold 9900 Trackpad is a good option I have had some success interfacing to it.

13-pin FPC
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1 DOME_A Dome Switch A
2 DOME_B Dome Switch B
3 LED- LED Cathode
4 LED+ LED Anode
5 VDDIO Supply voltage for I/O pads
6 VDDA Operating Voltage supply
7 GND_CSP CSP Ground
8 NRST Resets chips
9 IO_MISO_SDA Bidirectional open drain serial data
10 MOTION Motion Interrupt
11 IO_CLK Clock for serial port
12 GND_ISOLATED Isolated Ground
13 SHUTDOWN Low Iddq Enable

"duende_azul" post put me on the right path...the pinout I found on another forum.

This datasheet was key for me...registers.
http://www.efo.ru/components/avago/catalog/files/pdf/AV02-0117EN.pdf

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