- on Computer/Software/Internet
- Published in issue 3/2013 on page 36
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The BOM (Bill of Materials) is the technically exhaustive listing of parts and other hardware items used to produce the working and tested prototype of any Elektor Labs project. The BOM file contains deeper information than the Component List published for the same project in Elektor Magazine. If required the BOM gets updated directly by our lab engineers. As a reader, you can download the list here.
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(SMD 0805, 5%) R1= 100kOhm R2 = 4.7kOhm R3 = 100Ohm
C1,C2,C5 = 100nF 50V, 10%, X7R, SMD 0805 C3,C4 = 22pF 50V, 5%, NP0, SMD 0805
D1 = LL4148 (Minimelf) IC1 = R8C/25 (SMD TQFP52)
USB/TTL Adapter cable TTL-232R-5V-WE, Elektor # 080213-71  K1 = 25-pin Sub-D socket (Amphenol type 77SD B25S) K3 =10-way MicroMatch connector, with underside solder connections (TE Connectivity/Amp type 8-215079-0) X1 = 18.432MHz quartz crystal, 18pF, 50ppm Shell for 25-pin Sub-D connector, flip top (Assmann type A-FT 25)
10-way MicroMatch plug (8-215083-0 TE Connectivity/Amp)