Go Down

Topic: vidor's Mini PCI express -> edge connector -> jumper pins  (Read 898 times) previous topic - next topic

aster94

since the vidor has not a lot of usable pins a expansion tool to convert the Mini PCIe port to usable pins could be made. The connector should have 52 pins (i guess that a few of them are 3.3v and gnd) but anyway a lot of usable pins directly from the FPGA
...before it appear on aliexpress

PaulS

since the vidor has not a lot of usable pins a expansion tool to convert the Mini PCIe port to usable pins could be made. The connector should have 52 pins (i guess that a few of them are 3.3v and gnd) but anyway a lot of usable pins directly from the FPGA
...before it appear on aliexpress
I googled vidor. It's a city in Texas. Of course it doesn't have a lot of usable pins.

Some clue as to what you are talking about would be useful.

aster94

Paul, we are in the arduino forum, have you tried to google "arduino" + "vidor"?  :smiley-razz:
and please don't say me that googling "arduino" you found a bar in Ivrea (this would be understood only by people who knows the history of arduino  8) )

PaulS

Quote
have you tried to google "arduino" + "vidor"?
I shouldn't need to. YOU should post a link to the specific page you think I should find.

ballscrewbob

@aster94

Well played LOL

Excuse Paul...Some of us don't get around the products too much...Been caught out myself.

A VIDOR expansion board would be a good idea but it's would be so easy I don't think there would be too much money in it.


It may not be the answer you were looking for but its the one I am giving based on either experience, educated guess, google (who would have thunk it ! ) or the fact that you gave nothing to go with in the first place so I used my wonky crystal ball.

aster94

@aster94

Well played LOL

Excuse Paul...Some of us don't get around the products too much...Been caught out myself.

A VIDOR expansion board would be a good idea but it's would be so easy I don't think there would be too much money in it.
yep, probably it shouldn't cost more then 5-6€ to the end user, and also I am not sure on how many pieces of the vidor4000 has been sold

the board, by the way, is this one: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/MKRVidor4000

Go Up