Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of Hardware/hNodes/cNodeVer5


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02/14/17 16:25:29 (10 months ago)
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  • Hardware/hNodes/cNodeVer5

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    55The mobile node is effectively a shrunk down version of the standard ORBIT node designed to facilitate mobile and off-site experiments. The current generation is based around the Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) platform. 
     6 
     7[[Image(NUCCombo.png, width=300)]] 
    68 
    79==== Hardware ==== 
     
    3234===== Assembly instructions ===== 
    3335 
     36These instructions assume a build based on the "short" NUC6i5SYK. Use of a taller 2.5" drive capable NUC will necessitate longer standoffs or screws. 
     37 
    3438[[Image(MN-Open.png, width=800)]] 
    35  
    36 These instructions assume a build based on the "short" NUC6i5SYK. Use of a taller 2.5" drive capable NUC will necessitate longer standoffs or screws. 
    3739 
    3840Parts: 
    3941  * 1x 3D printed case extension 
    40   * 8x M2.5 x 0.45mm thread, 20mm long male-female standoff 
    41   * 4x M2.5 x 0.45mm thread, 12mm long round-head screw 
    42   * 3x 6" right-angle SMA male to regular SMA female cable 
    43   * 1x 6" !SuperSpeed USB 3.0 A Male to Micro B Male Cable 
     42  * 6x 4-40 x 0.135" heat-set threaded inserts for plastic 
     43  * 6x 4-40 x 3/16" rounded head screws 
     44  * 8x M2.5 x 0.45mm thread, 20mm long male-female standoffs 
     45  * 4x M2.5 x 0.45mm thread, 12mm long round-head screws 
     46  * 3x 6" right-angle SMA male to regular SMA female cables 
     47  * 1x 6" !SuperSpeed USB 3.0 A Male to Micro B Male cable 
    4448  * connectors & cabling to connect CM3 to NUC motherboard 
    4549    * 6" cable with "floppy power" connector and Molex 22-55-2041 to Samtec TCSD-05-01-N (power on sense and on/off/reset control) 
    4650    * 6" cable with TE Connectivity 179228-2 to TE Connectivity 440146-4 (for standby power) 
    4751 
    48 Standby Power Cable Assembly: 
     52Standby Power Cable: 
    4953  ||= TE Connectivity 440146-4 =||= Description =||= TE Connectivity 179228-2 =|| 
    5054  || 1 || +5V Standby || 1 || 
     
    5458  Standby power is sourced from the NUC6i5SYK's "AUX_PWR" header next to the SSD. Other NUC's may have this header located elsewhere. 
    5559 
    56 Power Sense and !On/Off/Reset Control Cable Assembly: 
     60Power Sense and !On/Off/Reset Control Cable: 
    5761  ||= Samtec TCSD-05-01-N =||= Description =||= "Floppy Power" Connector =||= Molex 22-55-2041 =|| 
    5862  ||= 1 ||  ||  ||  || 
     
    6872  The NUC6i5SYK's front panel header is located on the "back side" of the board (opposite side of where the SSD is installed). Other NUC's may have this header located elsewhere. 
    6973 
    70 Assembly: 
     74Complete Assembly: 
     75  1. 3D print the case extension and install the threaded inserts 
    7176  1. Remove the NUC case bottom plate (it will not be used) 
    72   2. Remove motherboard (if necessary) and connect cables that will go to the CM3 
    73   3. Reinstall motherboard 
    74   4. Install standoffs (2x20mm per corner) in the four corners where the case bottom screws would go 
    75   5. Install SSD and RAM 
    76   6. Connect SMA cables to USRP before installing in case extension 
    77   7. Install USRP in case extension 
    78   8. Install the SMA cable between the USRP's 10MHz/PPS reference port and the rear of the case extension 
    79   9. Install CM3 in case extension 
    80   10. Install CM3 and connect the cables between it and the NUC 
    81   11. Install the SMA cables between the TX/RX, RX2 ports on the USRP and the case extension sides 
    82   12. Put the NUC and case extension together using the M2.5 screws 
    83   13. Attach the USB 3.0 cable between the NUC and USRP 
    84   14. Add rubber feet to the case extension bottom if desired 
    85  
    86  
    87 [[Image(NUCCombo.png, width=300)]] 
    88  
    89 Assembled unit is hown in Figure 3. 
     77  1. Remove motherboard (if necessary) and connect cables that will go to the CM3 
     78  1. Reinstall motherboard 
     79  1. Install standoffs (2x20mm per corner) in the four corners where the case bottom screws would go 
     80  1. Install SSD and RAM 
     81  1. Connect SMA cables to USRP before installing in case extension 
     82  1. Install USRP in case extension 
     83  1. Install the SMA cable between the USRP's 10MHz/PPS reference port and the rear of the case extension 
     84  1. Install CM3 in case extension 
     85  1. Install CM3 and connect the cables between it and the NUC 
     86  1. Install the SMA cables between the TX/RX, RX2 ports on the USRP and the case extension sides 
     87  1. Put the NUC and case extension together using the M2.5 screws 
     88  1. Attach the USB 3.0 cable between the NUC and USRP 
     89  1. Add rubber feet to the case extension bottom if desired