[Coco] Coco3 RGB-VGA PCB
msmcdoug at iinet.net.au
Thu Aug 4 20:34:07 EDT 2011
I'm doing a small panel of 2-layer PCBs and one of the designs is a simple
RGB-VGA adapter PCB. It's a quick-n-dirty design for my own purposes. It's
nothing more than a straight-thru connection from a 5x2 IDC header to a
female VGA, the idea being you use an IDC ribbon crimp connector on one end,
and standard VGA (M-M) cable on the other. ie. no soldering. It also has an
audio breakout pad. NOTE: Not designed to fit inside a backshell.
Here's a rendering of the PCB from DXP:
Anyway, was wondering if there was any interest from anyone here in a PCB
*IF* I happen to have some spare space to spin a few more? I'm not sure what
anyone else would use it for, but you never know. The cost per PCB will be
well under AUD$10 - and you need to factor in shipping from Aus.
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