tinyK20 Board in Manufacturing

The manufacturing of 200 tinyK20 board is progress, and I’m sharing pictures of it :-).

Rendering from CAD Tool, top side:

Top side with gold plating and mask

Top side with gold plating and mask


Rendering from CAD Tool, bottom side:

bottom side with gold plating and mask

bottom side with gold plating and mask

Bottom side of PCB produced before processing:

tinyK20_PCB_Bottom

tinyK20_PCB_Bottom

Top side of PCB produced before processing:

tinyK20_PCB_Top

tinyK20_PCB_Top

Happy Manufacturing 🙂

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6 thoughts on “tinyK20 Board in Manufacturing

    • Hi Bill,
      the purpose of the NPTs (Non-Plated-Through-Holes) is to be able to break-off the functionality to debug/connect to another board. For some applications where the board needs to be very tiny and is not used as debug probe, we have that option.

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  1. Hi Eric

    I have prepared a simulation of the board and also some binary files at http://www.utasker.com/kinetis/tinyK20.html
    The boot loader allows software loading via UART1 (SREC format), or using KBOOT (USB-HID) or by drag-and-drop as USB-MSD [all at the same time].
    There is a reference application that supports composite USB-MSD to the SD card and USB-CDC, with a menu on UART 1 or the USB-CDC where a USB-CDC to UART 1 bridge can also be commanded (with various other things on the command line interface: memory debugger, low power modes, RTC, etc..)

    Regards

    Mark

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