~jacqueline/reform-rescue-board

3a55560df13d8b0cb8515d5ed363c18caa553be6 — jacqueline leykam 6 months ago 918ee2e acab
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This is a breakout board for an MNT Reform's SOM! It's designed to make it
easier to rescue a bad bootloader flash, or work on the initial bring-up of new
SOMs.

Most of what it breaks out is already available on the Reform motherboard,
however USB1 is exposed as a micro usb port so that it's easy to use
manufacturer tools like `uuu` that rely on USB OTG functionality.

Here is what the PCB looks like in KiCad:

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Here is what the PCB looks like in real life:

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Here is what an assembled board that's in-use looks like:

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(please excuse my bodges; I initially used one wrong part number + one wrong
footprint.)

Note the last picture includes the little STL in `enclosure/`. It's not very
good, but whatever. It'll do.

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