Subject:
                        TIP120 pcb
         Date:
                        Tue, 21 Aug 2001 23:50:37 -0400
        From:
                        Grant Fair <grant.fair@sympatico.ca>
              To:
                        Luberth Dijkman <luberth@wxs.nl>
 
 
 

Hi Luberth-

I have attached a PDF of the PCB - it did not survive the several
conversions it went through very well, so I will try to send something
better when I get a chance.

Also attached is the PCB file (.brd) from WinBoard. Unfortunately, the
free WinBoard is only good up to 100 pins. This PCB uses 129 pins. So
the file will only be good to those who have a WinBoard version which
will handle this many pins.

Best wishes,
Grant
----------------------------------------------------------
Grant Fair, M.S.W., R.S.W.,
GF Counsulting and Counselling    grant.fair@sympatico.com
161 Franklin Avenue,
Willowdale, Ontario, Canada
M2N 1C6                                             416-224-2227
 
 

        TIP120ST.pdf

                                                 Name:
                                                                  TIP120ST.pdf
                                                   Type:
                                                                  Portable Document Format (application/pdf)
 
 
 
 

        Tp120stq.brd.zip

                                               Name:
                                                                Tp120stq.brd.zip
                                                 Type:
                                                                WinBoard PCB (application/x-unknown-content-type-pcbFile)
 

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Subject:
                         TIP120 Component Layout
         Date:
                         Sat, 25 Aug 2001 02:21:51 -0400
        From:
                         Grant Fair <grant.fair@sympatico.ca>
               To:
                         Luberth Dijkman <luberth@wxs.nl>
 
 
 

Hi Luberth-

Here is a PDF file of the component layout (parts side) of the TIP120
board. WinBoard does not seem to draw terminal blocks, so you don't see
them, but they go in the horizontal rows at the top (inputs, ground, and
a terminal block which is unconnected to anything on the PCB but which
can be used to connect the stepper voltage and stepper leads together).
The vertical row of 3 sets of 4 holes (between the diodes and
transistors) are for terminal blocks to connect the steppers.

Grant
----------------------------------------------------------
Grant Fair, M.S.W., R.S.W.,
GF Counsulting and Counselling    grant.fair@sympatico.com
161 Franklin Avenue,
Willowdale, Ontario, Canada
M2N 1C6                                             416-224-2227
 
 

        TIP120Layout.pdf

                                                         Name:
                                                                            TIP120Layout.pdf
                                                            Type:
                                                                            Portable Document Format (application/pdf)
 
 

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a test winboard print to image file
there are printer drivers that can print to an image file
print2image nedip
next image is a winboard print to image
Do a Google websearch on "print to image driver" if you want such a driver
 

the print can also be used for:
TIP110 TIP111 TIP112 = 4 Ampere 60/80/100Volt 50 Watt external diodes needed i guess
TIP120 TIP121 TIP122 = 5 Ampere 60/80/100Volt 65 Watt NO external diodes needed i guess
TIP130 TIP131 TIP132 = 8 Ampere 60/80/100Volt 70 Watt NO external diodes needed i guess
TIP140 TIP141 TIP142 = 10 Ampere 60/80/100Volt 125 Watt NO external diodes needed i guess