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Arthur Brown [Features]
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Arthur Brown [7 DIP Headers]
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-The Cmod S7 has a 48-pin DIP form factor connector, implemented as four nine pin headers for connecting to breadboards and custom fixtures. The pins have 100 mil spacing, and the entire module is .7 inches by 3.05 inches. Headers J1 and J3 are separated by 700 mil lengthwise along the Cmod, measured from the center of the innermost pins, as are headers J2 and J4. Headers J1 and J2 are separated by 600 mil across the board, as are headers J3 and J4. Of the 48 possible pin locations, 36 are implemented ​on the four headers. Of these, 32 are directly connected to FPGA Digital I/Os, 2 are voltage-divided and connected to FPGA analog inputs, and two are connected to power pins. The pin and header ​numberings of the DIP headers ​are shown in Figure 7.1.+The Cmod S7 has a 48-pin DIP form factor connector, implemented as four 9-pin headers for connecting to breadboards and custom fixtures. The pins have 100 mil spacing, and the entire module is 0.7 inches by 3.05 inches. Headers J1 and J3 are separated by 700 mil lengthwise along the Cmod, measured from the center of the innermost pins, as are headers J2 and J4. Headers J1 and J2 are separated by 600 mil across the board, as are headers J3 and J4. Of the 48 possible pin locations, 36 are populated ​on the four headers. Of these, 32 are directly connected to FPGA Digital I/Os, 2 are voltage-divided and connected to FPGA analog inputs, and two are connected to power pins. The pin and header ​numbers ​are shown in Figure 7.1.
  
 {{ cmod-s7-dip.png?​400 |Figure 7.1 DIP Pin Diagram}} {{ cmod-s7-dip.png?​400 |Figure 7.1 DIP Pin Diagram}}