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Official parts list

Post by uze6666 » Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:04 am

Since a few are asking for where to find the all the parts, here's the complete list. All are DigiKey part numbers and currently in stock (as of July 2009). Quantities are correct but accounts for the minimum you can order.

Parts list for the Rev E1 Schematic (For rev F1, get it here):

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Uzebox BOM / Revision E2

Q  Digikey P/N       Description                      Ref part
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1  CP-1431-ND        CONN RCA JACK DUAL R/A WHT/YEL   (Audio out, Composite out) (*)
5  75.0XBK-ND        RES METAL FILM 75.0 OHM 1/4W 1%  (R7,R11,R19,R20)
5  301XBK-ND         RES 301 OHM 1/4W 1% METAL FILM   (R2,R26,R27,R28)
5  562XBK-ND         RES 562 OHM 1/4W 1% METAL FILM   (R29,R30,R31)
5  806XBK-ND         RES 806 OHM 1/4W 1% METAL FILM   (R3,R6,R10,R18)
5  1.58KXBK-ND       RES 1.58K OHM 1/4W 1% METAL FILM (R5,R9,r17)
5  3.16KXTR-ND       RES 3.16K OHM 1/4W 1% METAL FILM (R1,R8,R22)
10 P966-ND           CAP ELECT 10UF 16V KS RADIAL     (C8,C9,C13,C16,C17) (**)
10 399-4151-ND       CAP .1UF 50V 20% CER RADIAL      (C3,C4,C5,C6,C7,C12)
3  P5139-ND          CAP 220UF 16V ALUM LYTIC RADIAL  (C10,C14,C15)
2  490-3697-ND       CAP CER 18PF 50V C0G RADIAL      (C1,C2)
1  399-4299-ND       CAP .33UF 50V 20% CER RADIAL     (C11)
1  AD725ARZ-ND       IC ENCODER RGB TO NTSC 16-SOIC   (U2)
1  ATMEGA644-20PU-ND IC AVR MCU FLASH 64K 40DIP       (U1)
1  497-1443-5-ND     IC REGULATOR POS 5V TO-220       (U8)
1  497-3450-5-ND     IC REG LDO POS 3.3V 1.5A         (U11)
1  887-1031-ND       CRYSTAL 28.63636 MHZ 18PF HC49US    (XTAL) (***)
1  P12216SCT-ND      SWITCH LT 6MM 100GF 4.3MM HEIGHT (J1)
1  1N4001FSCT-ND     DIODE GEN PURPOSE 50V 1A DO41    (D1)
1  CP-002A-ND        CONN POWER JACK 2.1MM PCB        (U5)
1  478-4061-1-ND     CONN CARD SD PUSH-PUSH R/A SMD   (U10)
2  (****)            SNES Connectors                 (U12,U13)
1  A726-ND           SOCKET ADAPTR SOJ/16PIN .300     (to solder the AD725)
1  LED               ANY 15-20MA LED                  (LED1)

Q      Digikey minimum order quantity
(*)    Alternatively use separate RCA jacks CP-1419-ND & CP-1421-ND
(**)   For optimal video results use 478-1838-ND (Tantalum) capacitors for (C8,C9,C13)
(***) Alternative: 887-1256-ND, 300-8455-ND
(****) SNES connectors can be bought from http://belogic.com/uzebox or from SNES multitaps.

Parts for optional modules
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S-Video  
  5  75.0XBK-ND        RES METAL FILM 75.0 OHM 1/4W 1%  (R24,R25)
  1  CP-2240-ND        CONN MINI-DIN 4 PIN FEMALE PCB   (U7)
Luma Trap
  1  M9991-ND          INDUCTOR FIXED 68UH 10% RADIAL   (L1)
  1  490-3697-ND       CAP CER 18PF 50V C0G RADIAL      (C18)

These can help soldering the AD725:
1  KE1808-ND         FLUX PEN WATER SOLUBLE 2331-ZX
1  EROP3CSA-ND       TWEEZER STRAIGHT PRECISION TIP
1  EB1191-ND         BRAID DESOLD LEAD-FREE .100"X5'

Wire-Wrap stuff:
1  K105-ND           TOOL WRAP/STRIP/UNWRAP MOD 30AWG   
1  K227-ND           DISPENSER WIRE TRI W/50'EA WIRE
1  CHA10G-ND         CONN HDR 10PIN RT ANG WIRE WRAP  (J2 ISP)
2  AE10053-ND        IC SOCKET MACH PIN WW 40POS GOLD (MCU, Resistor DAC)
2  AE10048-ND        IC SOCKET MACH PIN WW 16POS GOLD (AD725+SOJ Adapter, spare header)
1  AE10050-ND        IC SOCKET MACH PIN WW 20POS GOLD (Capacitors)
2  AE10046-ND        IC SOCKET MACH PIN WW 8POS GOLD  (Crystal+caps, MIDI)
1  438-1019-ND       PC BOARD 4"X5" UNCLAD 0.1"
Schematic & Parts list for previous versions can still be found here.

Notes:
-The list accounts for the optionals sections like S-video and the Luma trap. Remove the applicable parts if you don't require some of these options.
-The DC-in socket (U5) is a common barrel type jack. If you don't have a wall mount power supply you can order this multi-plug model (international) : T948-P5P-ND or North American: T980-P5P-ND

SNES Connectors: Last year we found a source for brand new SNES connectors and made a bulk order. I'm selling some to the community for USD$2.00 + shipping. If you're interested send me a PM with your shipping address, I'll give you a final quote including shipping (payable with Paypal). *** Update: No more SNES connectors to sell, sorry. :( When I find more, I'll let you know. ***
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*Important*: At 28Mhz, the ATmega644 is running out of specification and Clay and Ladyada have reported a few units had issues coping with that extra speed. Hence, I strongly recommend you order at least 2 of at once. If something seem weird, it's just easy to just swap the chip to see whats going on.

Cheers,

Uze

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Re: Official parts list

Post by aphixe » Tue Aug 26, 2008 11:16 pm

1 EROP3CSA-ND TWEEZER STRAIGHT PRECISION TIP 0 3.33000 $3.33
cant I just use any old tweezer. hehe

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Re: Official parts list

Post by CompMan » Tue Aug 26, 2008 11:25 pm

Theoretically you don't need tweezers. They would just help with the placement of the RGB TO NTSC ENCODER IC. As he said this is just what he bought from Digi-Key that means that it may have a few extra parts on it. Please also look at the download with the parts list http://belogic.com/uzebox/files/schematic-rev-C1.zip.

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Re: Official parts list

Post by aphixe » Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:14 am

2 ATMEGA644-20PU-ND IC AVR MCU FLASH 64K 40DIP 0 9.00000 $18.00
Shouldnt quantity be only 1? or he bought two in this case. if he blew up a chip?

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Re: Official parts list

Post by uze6666 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:36 am

hehe, right on! You need only one, but take my advice and order 2! So many times, when nothing worked, I suspected I blew up the chip. Switched in the replacement...reflash...doh! Nothing again, must be a bug! :mrgreen:

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Re: Official parts list

Post by vitals817 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 4:10 am

300-8517-ND CRYSTAL 28.63636 MHZ HC49/US 0 0.81000 is sold out a digikey
Any other place to get the crystal
also the 470nf and 47uf caps and 768 ohms carbon film resistor are not on the list
thank matt

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Re: Official parts list

Post by uze6666 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 4:27 am

Yes, you're right. Fortunately, I found 300-8455-ND, which has identical characteristics, but has a cylindrical shape. Thanks for letting me know, I have corrected it in the parts list.

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Re: Official parts list

Post by vitals817 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:07 am

Thanks for the update parts list
Now I have all the parts I need
But is the a good programmer you would recommend
I was going to get the ATAVRISP2-ND but digikey doesn't have it in stock
thanks for this cool project
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Re: Official parts list

Post by uze6666 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 5:56 pm

Geez, thats bad, they usually always have this programmer. I guess there was a sudden rush due to the Uzebox ;) .
There's always the good 'ol ATSTK500-ND (which I use) , you can do more with it, but its also a bit more expensive.

Otherwise Mouser Electronics has it in stock.

Anybody know of another cheap AVR ISP programmer?

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Re: Official parts list

Post by rglenn » Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:30 pm

Ladyada's USBtinyISP is an excellent programmer, and fairly easy to build on your own:

http://www.adafruit.com/index.php?main_ ... ucts_id=46

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