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=Davac 4.0=
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=Davac 4.1 OK1ZIA=
  
Davac 4 was succesfully built by OK1USW, OK1UGE and OK2JTB.
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Davac 4.1 is updated version of [[Davac4.0|Davac 4.0]] designed in 2008.
  
=Circuit diagram=
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==News==
[[Image:Davac4s180.png|none|frame|Circuit diagram of Davac 4.0]]
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* IRLML2246 instead of IRF7220
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* Silscreen cleanup
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* Values on silkscreen
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* Jack holes are 2 mm
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* Guard ring connected to GND
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* Manufacturing data for [http://jlcpcb.com jlcpcb.com] included
  
=PCB=
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==Circuit diagram==
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[[Image:Davac4.1.png|none|frame|Circuit diagram of Davac 4.1]]
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==PCB==
 
<gallery mode="packed" heights="320px">
 
<gallery mode="packed" heights="320px">
Image:Davac4b600.png|PCB bottom side (600 DPI)
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Image:Davac4.1top.png|PCB top/THT side
Image:Davac4oa.png|Components placement top
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Image:Davac4.1bottom.png|PCB bottom/SMD side
Image:Davac4ob.png|Components placement bottom
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
Note: 600 DPI have images in Full resolution, MediaWiki uses thumbnails.
 
  
=PCB www.hamshop.cz=
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{{Download|Davac4.1-jlcpcb.zip}} Gerber files to order PCB at [http://www.jlcpcb.com jlcpcb.com].
[[File:Davac4hamshop.jpg|320px|link=https://www.hamshop.cz/pcb-c7/pcb-davac4-ok1zia-i358/]]
 
  
Ondra OK1CDJ has made PCBs and offers it at [https://www.hamshop.cz/pcb-c7/pcb-davac4-ok1zia-i358/ www.hamshop.cz]. Many TNX!
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If you have extra pcs and want to help other Tucnak users, let me know, I will announce here.
  
=Parts=
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==Parts==
 
[https://www.tme.eu/gb/katalog/#search=tr-1/1 Transformer TR-1/1 www.tme.eu]
 
[https://www.tme.eu/gb/katalog/#search=tr-1/1 Transformer TR-1/1 www.tme.eu]
[https://www.gme.cz/konektor-jack-k3606d Jack 6.35 K3606D www.gme.cz]
 
  
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[https://www.gme.cz/konektor-jack-k3606d Jack 6.35 K3606D www.gme.cz] or [https://www.gme.cz/konektor-jack-k36092b K36092B]
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[https://www.gme.cz/konektor-se-zamkem-psh02-03pg White connectors] [https://www.gme.cz/konektor-se-zamkem-pfh02-03p for cable] [https://www.gme.cz/kontakt-pff02-01fg pins]
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[https://www.gme.cz/konektor-mlw10gt Black connectors] [https://www.gme.cz/konektor-pfl10 for cable] [https://www.gme.cz/awg28-10h flat cable]
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==Program the FT232R==
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As default, the FT232R acts as serial port. But Tucnak uses Libftdi to access it in bitbang mode. Default VID:PID must be changed to distinguish Davac from other USB serial ports.
  
=SMT variant by OK2JTB=
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===Linux===
<gallery mode="packed" heights="320px">
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I'm pretty sure you can use [http://rtr.ca/ft232r/ ft232r_prog]. But I have no experiences with it. If you try it, please let me (OK1ZIA) know, I will update this information.
Image:davac4-ok2jtb-front.png|Top side
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Image:davac4-ok2jtb-back.png|Bottom side
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===Windows===
Image:davac4-ok2jtb-back-1.png|Photo 1
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[[Image:Davac4.png|thumb|none|666px|MProg with loaded Davac4.ept]]
Image:davac4-ok2jtb-back-2.png|Photo 2
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Under Windows, use [http://tucnak.nagano.cz/download.php#mprog MProg]. Download [[File:Davac4.ept]] and open it in MProg. Note on Windows XP you need [https://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/D2XX.htm D2XX drivers]; on newer versions they are installed automatically.
Image:davac4-ok2jtb-front-1.png|Photo 3
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Image:davac4-ok2jtb-schema.png|Schematics
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'''Unplug all other FTDI devices''' and press the '''Program All Existing Devices''' button.
</gallery>
 
  
All data: [[File:Davac4-ok2jtb.zip]]
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==Install USB drivers==
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===Linux===
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You have nothing to do, It will work automatically. Only on specific distributions you may have to set permissions to USB device, which is normally done by udev script.
  
=Made by OK1UDC(SK) &amp; OK1UGE=
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===Windows===
<gallery mode="packed" heights="320px">
 
Image:Davac4_UDC_UGE_1.JPG|Front panel
 
Image:Davac4_UDC_UGE_2.JPG|Back panel
 
Image:Davac4_UDC_UGE_3.JPG|Components side
 
</gallery>
 
  
''Note OK1ZIA: better use USB-B type connector''
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[[Image:Zadig.png|thumb|none|589px|Zadig with Davac4]]
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Under Windows 7 or newer, use [http://tucnak.nagano.cz/download.php#zadig Zadig]. On XP use 2.2.
  
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Click Options, List All Devices.
  
=Combined Davac4 and contest machine RPi=
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Keep '''libusbK''' and press '''Install Driver'''.
Guys from OK1RPL made this amazing compact contest solution.
 
<gallery mode="packed" heights="320px">
 
Image:IMG_20190122_144139027.jpg
 
Image:IMG_20190123_185415964.jpg
 
Image:IMG_20190123_185427268.jpg
 
Image:IMG_20190123_191712849.jpg
 
Image:IMG_20190131_112445866.jpg
 
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</gallery>
 

Latest revision as of 11:48, 21 January 2022

Davac 4.1 OK1ZIA

Davac 4.1 is updated version of Davac 4.0 designed in 2008.

News

  • IRLML2246 instead of IRF7220
  • Silscreen cleanup
  • Values on silkscreen
  • Jack holes are 2 mm
  • Guard ring connected to GND
  • Manufacturing data for jlcpcb.com included

Circuit diagram

Circuit diagram of Davac 4.1

PCB

Davac4.1-jlcpcb.zip Gerber files to order PCB at jlcpcb.com.

If you have extra pcs and want to help other Tucnak users, let me know, I will announce here.

Parts

Transformer TR-1/1 www.tme.eu

Jack 6.35 K3606D www.gme.cz or K36092B

White connectors for cable pins

Black connectors for cable flat cable

Program the FT232R

As default, the FT232R acts as serial port. But Tucnak uses Libftdi to access it in bitbang mode. Default VID:PID must be changed to distinguish Davac from other USB serial ports.

Linux

I'm pretty sure you can use ft232r_prog. But I have no experiences with it. If you try it, please let me (OK1ZIA) know, I will update this information.

Windows

MProg with loaded Davac4.ept

Under Windows, use MProg. Download File:Davac4.ept and open it in MProg. Note on Windows XP you need D2XX drivers; on newer versions they are installed automatically.

Unplug all other FTDI devices and press the Program All Existing Devices button.

Install USB drivers

Linux

You have nothing to do, It will work automatically. Only on specific distributions you may have to set permissions to USB device, which is normally done by udev script.

Windows

Zadig with Davac4

Under Windows 7 or newer, use Zadig. On XP use 2.2.

Click Options, List All Devices.

Keep libusbK and press Install Driver.