Guest boseji Posted January 22, 2011 Report Share Posted January 22, 2011 Hello, I have been using the Papilio One for a few days. Found some things that can be helpful for future kits and designs on the Papilio Platform lineup. The Papilio one board is a FPGA board which means its highly static sensitive and there are chances that the surface that its kept on might be conductive in itself. Then there is a risk of damaging the FPGA. So I would suggest that like in Arduino or many other development boards we need to have some 4 Rubber Bumpers on each corner of the board. I have added 4 plastic standoffs using super-glue on my board 250k board. The Pin hole headers should be compatible for both male as well as female berg pins of 2.54mm pitch. At present the Papilio board can support the Female headers only. I am preparing a proto-board to support general purpose development on the Papilio One board. Kind of Shield of Papilio. I wish to request every one to join me in this thread and post more hardware suggestions to make the Papilio One in true sense the Arduino of the FPGA world. Warm Regards, Boseji http://m8051.blogspot.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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