Connector hole pattern

ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
Howdy Stampers,

I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
a PCB with straight connections without the
staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
accomodates a connector that will plug
directly into a solderless breadboard?

Thanks,
Bandit

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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Bandit,

    Our ASP-II brings the pins that are important for the Stamp into a straight
    format for a breadboard. In particular, it connects 2, 3, 4, 5, and shorts 6
    & 7.

    http://www.al-williams.com/awce/asp2.htm

    Meant for Stamp prototyping, but I use it to connect all sorts of serial
    stuff to a breadboard.

    Regards,

    Al Williams
    AWC
    Expand your Stamp I/O!
    http://www.al-williams.com/awce/pak3.htm

    >
    Original Message
    > From: Sample Bandit [noparse][[/noparse]mailto:tesla@i...]
    > Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 10:31 AM
    > To: basicstamps@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: [noparse][[/noparse]basicstamps] Connector hole pattern
    >
    >
    >
    > Howdy Stampers,
    >
    > I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
    > rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
    > a PCB with straight connections without the
    > staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
    > geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
    > does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
    > matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
    > Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
    > accomodates a connector that will plug
    > directly into a solderless breadboard?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Bandit
    >
    > ======================================================
    > If you understand, things are just as they are.
    > If you do not understand, things are just as they are.
    > ======================================================
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    >
  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Al,

    Thanks for the quick reply and that looks like the
    puppy I had in mind but ouch! $15?

    I could buy 4 AVR's for that!

    Looks like I may be breaking out some pliers and bending
    the pins of a regular db9 to fit.

    Bandit


    At 10:40 AM 5/4/01 -0500, you wrote:
    >Bandit,
    >
    >Our ASP-II brings the pins that are important for the Stamp into a straight
    >format for a breadboard. In particular, it connects 2, 3, 4, 5, and shorts 6
    >& 7.
    >
    >http://www.al-williams.com/awce/asp2.htm
    >
    >Meant for Stamp prototyping, but I use it to connect all sorts of serial
    >stuff to a breadboard.
    >
    >Regards,
    >
    >Al Williams
    >AWC
    >Expand your Stamp I/O!
    >http://www.al-williams.com/awce/pak3.htm
    >
    >>
    Original Message
    >> From: Sample Bandit [noparse][[/noparse]mailto:tesla@i...]
    >> Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 10:31 AM
    >> To: basicstamps@yahoogroups.com
    >> Subject: [noparse][[/noparse]basicstamps] Connector hole pattern
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Howdy Stampers,
    >>
    >> I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
    >> rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
    >> a PCB with straight connections without the
    >> staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
    >> geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
    >> does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
    >> matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
    >> Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
    >> accomodates a connector that will plug
    >> directly into a solderless breadboard?
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >> Bandit
    >>
    >> ======================================================
    >> If you understand, things are just as they are.
    >> If you do not understand, things are just as they are.
    >> ======================================================
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
    >>
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    >
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    >

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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Well, you get the lab manual with projects, a battery connector, and our
    nice support :-)

    Regards,

    Al Williams
    AWC
    * Floating point math for the Stamp, PIC, SX, or any microcontroller
    http://www.al-williams.com/awce/pak1.htm


    >
    Original Message
    > From: Sample Bandit [noparse][[/noparse]mailto:tesla@i...]
    > Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 10:54 AM
    > To: basicstamps@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: RE: [noparse][[/noparse]basicstamps] Connector hole pattern
    >
    >
    > Al,
    >
    > Thanks for the quick reply and that looks like the
    > puppy I had in mind but ouch! $15?
    >
    > I could buy 4 AVR's for that!
    >
    > Looks like I may be breaking out some pliers and bending
    > the pins of a regular db9 to fit.
    >
    > Bandit
    >
    >
    > At 10:40 AM 5/4/01 -0500, you wrote:
    > >Bandit,
    > >
    > >Our ASP-II brings the pins that are important for the Stamp into
    > a straight
    > >format for a breadboard. In particular, it connects 2, 3, 4, 5,
    > and shorts 6
    > >& 7.
    > >
    > >http://www.al-williams.com/awce/asp2.htm
    > >
    > >Meant for Stamp prototyping, but I use it to connect all sorts of serial
    > >stuff to a breadboard.
    > >
    > >Regards,
    > >
    > >Al Williams
    > >AWC
    > >Expand your Stamp I/O!
    > >http://www.al-williams.com/awce/pak3.htm
    > >
    > >>
    Original Message
    > >> From: Sample Bandit [noparse][[/noparse]mailto:tesla@i...]
    > >> Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 10:31 AM
    > >> To: basicstamps@yahoogroups.com
    > >> Subject: [noparse][[/noparse]basicstamps] Connector hole pattern
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> Howdy Stampers,
    > >>
    > >> I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
    > >> rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
    > >> a PCB with straight connections without the
    > >> staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
    > >> geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
    > >> does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
    > >> matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
    > >> Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
    > >> accomodates a connector that will plug
    > >> directly into a solderless breadboard?
    > >>
    > >> Thanks,
    > >> Bandit
    > >>
    > >> ======================================================
    > >> If you understand, things are just as they are.
    > >> If you do not understand, things are just as they are.
    > >> ======================================================
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
    http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
    >>
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
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    >
    >
    >

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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    I used a dual-row 10-pin header and ribbon cable connector for my board --
    works like a charm. The other end of the ribbon cable has a DB9 connector.

    See a photo of my processor board at:
    http://robostuff.com/dprg/bill_boyer/cpu-1.htm

    Original Message

    > I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
    > rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
    > a PCB with straight connections without the
    > staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
    > geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
    > does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
    > matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
    > Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
    > accomodates a connector that will plug
    > directly into a solderless breadboard?
  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Rodent,

    ········Would youtell us where you got the connectors that you used on your processorboard for the motor, I/R and ultrasonic hook-ups?· Did they come asmatched sets - male and female?

    Thanks,

    Tim

    At 12:10 PM 5/4/2001 -0500, you wrote:
    I used a dual-row 10-pin header andribbon cable connector for my board --
    works like a charm. The other end of the ribbon cable has a DB9connector.

    See a photo of my processor board at:
    ·http://robostuff.com/dprg/bill_boyer/cpu-1.htm

    Original Message

    > I am looking for a male db9 connector or a
    > rj-14 connector or such that I can mount to
    > a PCB with straight connections without the
    > staggered hole pattern. Unless the board is
    > geared for it, the staggered hole pattern
    > does not work with the standard .100 (100 mil)
    > matrix hole spacing of the boards I have.
    > Does anyone know of a manufacturer that
    > accomodates a connector that will plug
    > directly into a solderless breadboard?






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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Available from Mouser. You buy the header, connector shell and contacts
    separate. I ordered 10 of each header and shell, and 150 of the contacts I
    think it works out to about 50 cents per connector.

    Headers (the part with the pins that goes on the board)
    4-pin header 538-22-23-2041
    3-pin header 583-22-23-2031

    Connector Housing (the part that plugs into the header)
    4-pin 538-22-01-3047
    3-pin 538-22-01-3037

    Contacts (the part the wire is soldered to that fits in the shell)
    538-08-50-0114

    Original Message

    > Would you tell us where you got the connectors that you used on
    > your processor board for the motor, I/R and ultrasonic hook-ups? Did they
    > come as matched sets - male and female?
  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited May 2001 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Rodent,

    Thank you much,

    Tim

    At 01:44 PM 5/4/2001 -0500, you wrote:
    Available from Mouser. You buy theheader, connector shell and contacts
    separate. I ordered 10 of each header and shell, and 150 of the contactsI
    think it works out to about 50 cents per connector.

    Headers (the part with the pins that goes on the board)
    4-pin header 538-22-23-2041
    3-pin header 583-22-23-2031

    Connector Housing (the part that plugs into the header)
    4-pin 538-22-01-3047
    3-pin 538-22-01-3037

    Contacts (the part the wire is soldered to that fits in the shell)
    ·538-08-50-0114

    Original Message

    >········· Would you tellus where you got the connectors that you used on
    > your processor board for the motor, I/R and ultrasonichook-ups?· Did they
    > come as matched sets - male and female?






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    Everett, WA 98201···············Fax: (425) 257-0232

    www.crystaliteinc.com···········[url=mailto:timm@crystaliteinc.com]timm@crystaliteinc.com[/url]


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