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CHAPTER 12: Everything Else
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Depending on how much PCB work you plan to do you might only need a simple board holder that uses alligator clips like the one shown in Figure 12 5. It should handle all the small, single board jobs you re likely to do starting off developing accessories. If you do plan to graduate to small quantity manufacturing, the Panavise shown in Figure 12 6 can hold a number of boards at the same time allowing you to scale up your production rate. Using the Panavise, you re able to assemble four accessory PCBs at a time.
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Figure 12 5. Low-cost single PCB holder
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Figure 12 6. Sturdy, multiple-board holder from Panavise
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Once your accessory board is assembled, you ll need one or two pieces of test equipment to make sure things are working correctly. As part of the MFi/WWi program, you will have the option of purchasing an accessory test system. Because of the NDA, I obviously can t go into details or show you any pictures. The one thing I can say is to get it. Make no mistake; you cannot develop an accessory without it. It is an absolute must-have. The next piece of equipment you ll want is a multi-meter that has a tone setting in the resistance (Ohm s) scale for tracing out paths in your PCB. In the early stages of testing your board with the firmware installed, you ll come across problems related to the path from one part to another. In the game controller, this might be from the processor to the pushbutton. For some reason, you might not be getting any response when you push the button. The first thing you ll want to do is to check for continuity between the associated parts. With the pushbutton, this might mean from the voltage source to a pull-up resistor to one terminal of the button and then to the input pin of the microcontroller. Next, you d check from the other pin of the pushbutton to ground. Because the board is so small and the pins on the parts are so close together, having an audible tone when the circuit is complete keeps you from having to take your eyes away from the board. In fact, you may rarely, if ever, use the other parts of the multi-meter. On occasion, you might check a voltage level or the actual value of a chip resistor, but mostly you ll be looking for opens or shorts in your board. Remember how I talked about using a fourlayer PCB design with the power and grown planes on the two internal layers Because you re mostly going to be concerned with signal levels (not power or ground), you want to have access to the signal paths by putting them on the outer layers. Also, having accessible test points places where you can touch the tip of your probe means you don t have to try to place your probe on the edge of a part with fine pitch connectors. Speaking of signal levels, you ll really want to invest in an oscilloscope. You re not so much concerned here with identifying the structure of each and every signal, but you do want to know if they are present and get a rough idea of how they look. A practical solution would be a dual trace scope with at least a 60 MHz bandwidth. A 200 MHz bandwidth would really let you see the nitty-gritty details of the signals and would be good if you plan to send higher speed signals such as audio or video through your accessory. I found the scope shown in Figure 12 7 on eBay for a couple hundred dollars and it has served me well. In some situations, I would not have been able to continue if it weren t for the o-scope. In particular, if you are debugging something like a SPI or I2C serial connection between two parts on your board (trust me, you need to understand at least one of these), a scope can be invaluable. Certain levels have to follow certain patterns and without being able to see the signal levels, you re feeling around in the dark.
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