[riot-devel] Help needed: iotlab-m3 accessory quest.

Gaëtan Harter gaetan.harter at inria.fr
Wed Apr 20 11:14:28 CEST 2016

Hi Andreas,

I asked my colleague and we have no more left here.
When looking on Farnell/RadioSpare which sell them by 1-10 if needed, 
they don't have the 26pins models.

Also he mentioned that the models we used are made to be machine 
soldered on printed circuit boards.
So not easily usable for manual soldering on pin's.

So maybe Martine solution would be easier in this case.

Gaëtan - IoT-LAB Team

On 04/20/2016 12:45 AM, Francisco Javier Acosta Padilla wrote:
> Hi all,
> Since this board was produced in a fixed quantity (and AFAIK is no 
> more in production) is not likely to find some pieces with this 
> connector so far. So, as Martine said, the most simple solution would 
> be to solder directly some cables, which I know is very ugly. The 
> other solution could be to break an existing open node to take away 
> the female connector.
> You can try to contact the HiKOB guys 
> (http://www.hikob.com/en/contact/) who designed the boards and ask if 
> they can send you the connector, in case of they have one.
> Cheers,
> -- 
> Francisco Javier Acosta Padilla
> Research Engineer at INRIA Saclay
> On 19 April 2016 at 19:33:35, Martine Lenders (authmillenon at gmail.com 
> <mailto:authmillenon at gmail.com>) wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> as far as I know the solution most other developers used were to just 
>> solder cables directly to the plug. But maybe we can find a nicer 
>> solution with the help of the IoT-Lab people :D.
>> Cheers,
>> Martine
>> Am 19.04.2016 19:08 schrieb "Andreas "Paul" Pauli" 
>> <andreas.pauli at haw-hamburg.de <mailto:andreas.pauli at haw-hamburg.de>>:
>>     Dear RIOT developers,
>>     I'm desperately searching for plug connectors fitting the "open
>>     node connector" on the iotlab-m3. I'd like to improve access to
>>     the pins with my measurement equipment.
>>     The sources I found so far, only take orders of at least 100
>>     pieces. All I need is just a handful.
>>     Any helpful hints?
>>     thanks in advance
>>     Paul
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