From: Rick Rogers <Richard.Rogers@jh...> - 2011-02-16 15:01:04
I have a few Overo Fires that have a problem with C115 hitting the TFP
chip on the Tobi, causing the Overo to not seat properly. I've seen a
few other posts on this that suggest taping down the Overo and allowing
it to bend solves the problem. Though this may work for bench top
development, it is not adequate for other cases. We were able to work
around this by having some of our tech's remount C115 so that it barely
touches the edge of its pads and by ever so slightly scraping the edge
of the TFP chip with an exacto to get the clearance (only about a hair's
width is needed).
What is the purpose of C115? I have one Overo with it completely
removed and it appears to work for the things I need it for. What
functionality do I lose without C115?
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