August 7, 2017 at 11:46 AM #14256
Hello there 🙂 I just purchased the OSSC DIY 1.6 and I was a little perplexed that the package contained no instructions at all, lol , I got lost…
So after reading the forums, It’s clear that the package still misses quite a lot of parts.
So I would ask some of you guys, for a FULL list of parts for the 1.6 version. I’m asking this because although I’m a newbie. in electronic engineering, I’m quite experienced already at plain soldering stuff.
It’s my plan to create an entire assembly guide this august with a ton of photos, and probably a youtube video series for the OSSC 1.6 HDMI so more people can approach this project with confidence. As it’s stands today, I do believe OSSC DIY needs an auful lot of documentation to lower the entry barrier for people like me :p .
If someone already have a project over Mouser with all the parts included it would be wonderful 🙂 , but if it’s not possible ¿Can someone confirm that this list found at http://www.niksula.hut.fi is accurate?:
OSSC v1.5-DIY kit contents
Below are listed component groups as they are packaged. Most components are identifiable via type or package code. I’ve added markings on those components which cannot be identified easily by default.
SMD capacitors and resistors:
2x 22p 0603 cap
4x 1n 0603 cap
1x 4.7n 0603 cap
6x 10n 0603 cap
62x 0.1u 0603 cap
26x 1u 0603 cap
6x 10u 0603 cap
3x 47u 0805 cap
1x 25ohm 0603 res
2x 47ohm 0603 res
10x 75ohm 0603 res
2x 100ohm 0603 res
3x 330ohm 0603 res
1x 698ohm 0603 res
4x 1kohm 0603 res
1x 1.5kohm 0603 res
3x 2.2kohm 0603 res
5x 4.7kohm 0603 res
14x 10kohm 0603 res
Other SMD components:
2x TLV70012 (Package code “ODO”) [U12,U14]
2x TLV70018 (Package code “ODK”) [U15,U16]
1x TLV70019 (Package code “SCJ”) [U9]
1x TLV70025 (Package code “DAU”) [U13]
1x TLV70033 (Package code “ODN”) [U6]
1x NCP703SN19 (Package code “AEGRB7”) [U7]
1x AP7361C (Package code “61-33”) [U5]
1x IRM-V538/TR1 (IR diode)
1x SN74LVC2G17 (Package code “C17F”) [U4]
1x SD05-7 (Overvoltage clamp diode) [D5]
1x BC847 (Package code “1GW”) [Q1]
1x BC857 (Package code “3GW”) [Q2]
1x THS7353 (video lpf IC)
1x MF-FSMF020X-2 (HDMI DDC 5V fuse, marked as “F2”)
1x F0603E1R50FSTR (Main power supply fuse, marked as “F1”)
6x MPZ1608S221A (Ferrite bead, marked as “FB”)
1x LED_GREEN (marked with green) [D2]
1x LED_RED (marked with red) [D1]
1x power supply connector
1x jtag connector
1x microSD connector
1x HDMI connector
1x VGA connector
1x SCART connector INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x triple-RCA connector INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x 3.5mm audio jack
1x SPDT switch
2x pushbutton switches
4x 12mm hex spacers
4x 8mm hex spacers
4x 16mm screws
4x 10mm screws
4x screw nuts
1x TVP7002 INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x EP4CE15E22 INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x IT6613E INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x S25FL216K (pre-programmed with firmware) INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
1x Character LCD display
1x PCB INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
3x case plexis INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
4x bumper pads for bottom plexi
1x heatsink for TVP7002 INCLUDED IN THE ADVANCED DIY KIT
(L336 remote control optionally)
(SMT stencil(s) optionally)August 7, 2017 at 7:50 PM #14274
I’d totally welcome any new tutorials etc, these can go on the OSSC wiki (if you don’t want to put them there yourself I can do it for you).
An updated BoM is definitely needed, I will mention it to Markus next time we speak.
MattAugust 7, 2017 at 8:28 PM #14275
Thanks for your response!
After a lot of reading, I’ve found that the .xls list that I’ve posted before is already updated to 1.6 since it includes the HDMI port and dropped the DVI connector.August 7, 2017 at 10:53 PM #14277
marqsParticipantAugust 8, 2017 at 9:23 AM #14278
That mouser basket was most helpful dude, it’s just a pity that some parts are out of stock and the bottom feet pads minimum quantity are 56 uds.
I will order the mouser project and wait or search local stores here for the missing parts, meh.
missing as now:
how long do they took to re-supply? some parts looks incredible common, like the 3,5mm jacksAugust 8, 2017 at 6:46 PM #14287August 9, 2017 at 9:33 PM #14309
Ok so I started looking for alternatives for the missing parts:
August 9, 2017 at 11:06 PM #14311August 10, 2017 at 9:50 AM #14317
- MCT06030C1000FP500 -> Part with identical specs here
- CRCW06031K50FKEA -> Part with identical specs here
- GRM188R61C105KA93D -> Part with (almost) identical specs here (the only difference is that this one is 0.1mm higher)
- NCP703SN19T1G -> Couldn’t find an alternative
- R30-1611200 -> Couldn’t find an alternative
- 163-179PH-EX -> Couldn’t find an alternative
- IRM-V538/TR1 -> Couldn’t find an alternative
Nice find !
For NCP703SN19T1G it seems available on eBay http://www.ebay.com/itm/5PCS-NCP703SN19T1G-IC-REG-LDO-1-9V-0-3A-5TSOP-703-NCP703-/192136182252?hash=item2cbc3579ec:g:2X4AAOSwuLZY0We7
So the only remaining totally unavailable part is IRM-V538/TR1 (even on eBay I couldn’t find it)August 10, 2017 at 6:06 PM #14323
I’m updating the list and everything, and I’ve found in the original listing that the two audiojacks
It’s not a good fit since its a 5 pin connector, but the board fits a 3 connector one, keep it in mind…
It’s not like I’m on a hurry on that one, I have nothing to plug into those lol.August 10, 2017 at 7:44 PM #14328
Don’t let the preview picture fool you. The original listing is correct. This one:
… IS a 3 pin connector (even though the picture shows the 5 pin version). The real 5 pin version is this one:
Both pages show the same preview picture (cause it’s the same series). But take a look inside the datasheet, compare the part numbers and you’ll see the difference.August 10, 2017 at 8:26 PM #14330
Finally this was what I ordered.
I not ordered the jacks, but oh well, I would look for them on local shops or whatever, as said I don’t need them.
Some parts got replaced with equivalents, now I short on this components:
2 audio jacks
1 IR receiver
and I do believe I need a couple of small volt regulators but I will put everything on place when components arrive and I can bring some order into the mess.August 11, 2017 at 9:33 PM #14352
As i wrote here:
… the IR receiver is available on aliexpress:
… but only as a 10-piece-package. You may find some online sellers, who will sell a single one – but most often those sellers want you to pay a ridiculous amount of money for the shipping. So 18 USD for 10 pieces seems like a fairly good deal. Simply sell 9 pieces for 2 bucks each on eBay (without shipping) and you made an incredibly good bargain 😉 .
And 12mm long hex spacers you can find on eBay:August 16, 2017 at 6:27 PM #14458
Alrright guys, I had the mouser package delivered and now I’m closer to create the mighty OSSC, 😀
Now I would need a list or schematic or something that outlines WHAT component goes WHERE. I can guess the biggest parts but I’m lost on the caps, the resistors and stuff. :/
For the IR receiver, It will cost me about 40$ to have them delivered via aliexpress, so I’m gonna wait on that one unless someone here would sell me one spare :pAugust 16, 2017 at 9:14 PM #14462
Now I would need a list or schematic or something that outlines WHAT component goes WHERE.
Is don’t see the problem. The silkscreen on the pcb should tell you (in most cases) WHAT goes WHERE. R1-R52 are resistors… C1-C126 are capacitors. The needed values are printed on the board too and (of course) theres a bill of materials (bom) available from ‘marqs’:
… telling you EXACTLY which part belongs to which designator on the board.
For the IR receiver, It will cost me about 40$ to have them delivered via aliexpress
The offer for the IR receiver in my posting above had free shipping FOR ME – that’s why i linked it. But there are other offers giving me very expensive shipping costs, with free shipping for other countries. For example: here is an offer for the IR receiver…
… which would cost me 55$, but on the other hand provides free shipping for a lot of spanish speaking countries.
There are three offers for IR receivers in total on Aliexpress, with different shipping costs for different countries – so you have to look around a bit.
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