Monday, November 8, 2021

Making work with eMMC interposer slightly more convenient

In one of the previous posts I have described eMMC interposer and how it can help with modifications of the device firmware without having to constantly de-solder and re-solder eMMC. I wanted to take it a step further and extend access to replacement of eMMC and access to UART to outside of the device, so that it can be operated with case fully assembled without the risk of cutting the operator with sharp edges of heatsink. Here is the result:




Gerber files as well as complete PCBs are available from OSHPark

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Making work with eMMC interposer slightly more convenient

In one of the previous posts I have described eMMC interposer and how it can help with modifications of the device firmware without having t...