JuiceTM I/O Cross-Extender Board
JuiceTM – Cross-Extender between the ISA bus and the PC/104 bus, to allow testing of PC/104 bus boards in a conventional PC. This is an entirely passive board, with no components other than the connectors required. The Juice board is used by plugging it into a PC, and then plugging the PC/104 board into the Juice board. Because the Juice board has the full pin and socket connector, the PC/104 board or boards under test may be plugged into either the front or back of the Juice Board.
The Juice Programmable I/O Board was designed with Eagle 4.03, on the GNU/Linux operating system. The same CAD files will work with the Wxx version of Eagle. See the Software page for further information concerning Eagle.
|Contents||File type||File name|
|Specification||Adobe Acrobat version 3||juice.pdf|
|Schematics||zip of HPGL plotter files||juicehgl.zip|
|CAD source files – DOS/Wxx||zip of Eagle 4.01 files||juice.zip 06-27-2001, 139k|
|CAD source files – GNU/Linux||gzipped tar file of Eagle 4.01 files||juice.tar.gz 06-27-2001. 138k|
|Manufacturing||zip of Gerber/Excellon/text||juicemfg.zip 06-27-2001, 114k|
NOTE: to unpack the Eagle file in Linux, make a grits directory, copy the grits.tar.gz file into it, and then invoke tar xvzf juice.tar.gz
This will unpack the entire set of CAD and manufacturing files in the grits directory.
Hardware designer: Diehl Martin
Note: The source code for all designs shown here is released under the GNU General Public License.