CGS dev-mod joiner

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CGS72 the CGS dev-mod joiner offers one way of joining dev PCBs together.

Methods of joining dev blocks, and the use of the CGS72 board.

Standard 0.1 header jumpers as used in computers etc.. When the boards are pushed up against each other, the spacing between their rows of pins is 0.1"
CGS72 fitted with a 28 pin dual row 0.1" socket, used from above. Note that the mounting holes of the CGS72 line up with the mounting holes of the dev blocks it is joining.
The pins fitted to the dev block are modified wire-wrap headers and have as much length below the PCB as they do above.
CGS72 fitted with a 28 pin dual row 0.1" socket, used from below.

Parts list

This is a guide only. Parts needed will vary with individual constructor's needs.

Part Quantity
Misc
28 pin dual row 0.1 header 1
CGS72 PCB 1

Notes

  • PCB 0.6" x 2" with four 3mm mounting holes 0.15" in from the edges.

See also

References

echo * Dev-mod joiner for music synthesizers. (archived) by Ken Stone, 2007, with permission of the author

External links