[time-nuts] TAPR Oncore M12+ kit

Art Sepin art at synergy-gps.com
Fri Apr 28 18:11:16 EDT 2017


There is a brief description of the parts included in the kit here:
http://www.synergy-gps.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=54&Itemid=73
It includes end plate dimensions and hole locations, etc. We have added paragraph 5 to the document as follows. It will be on the web site tomorrow.

Art


5. The original SynPaQ/E motherboards supplied with the Motorola M12+ based TAPR GPS Kit were designed to accept the larger form factor Motorola VP, GT+ and UT+ Oncore Series GPS receivers. The mounting holes for the VP, GT+ and UT+ receivers, and the required 5 VDC supply, are already part of the motherboard. Simply add the larger 10 pin header and supply the slightly longer 440 x 0.250 receiver mounting standoffs. According to Motorola GT+\UT+ TRM0003 User’s Guide, the mating Power/Data Connector is a 10 pin (2x5) on 2.54 Centers - AMP #104326-06 (Samtec has equivalent).




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From: time-nuts [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Jerry Hancock
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Subject: Re: [time-nuts] TAPR Oncore M12+ kit

Is there a way I can help with this project?  If I had the specs to look at, maybe I would be able to run off a bunch of plates.  If we could batch them up I would do them for the cost of shipping.

Does anyone have a dimensioned print, picture, cad drawing of the plates?



> On Apr 28, 2017, at 11:33 AM, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
> 
> On 4/28/17 10:09 AM, Bob kb8tq wrote:
>> Hi
>> 
>> If you go with the PCB approach, the nice thing is getting stuff like 
>> the slot for the D connector done at the PCB fab. That way you have 
>> something that drops right in and works. The downside is that not 
>> every pcb house is happy doing that sort of “CNC work”.  I have 
>> absolutely no idea why. They all have to run some sort of gear to cut 
>> the boards apart. Cutting slots or weird holes with it is pretty 
>> trivial.
>> 
>> Bob
> 
> what about Front Panel Express?  They're in the whole business of small run panels.  Not the cheapest place around, and you use their design tool, but I've been happy with the quality of their work.
> 
> 
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