R5 DIN Module

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Live Board Map:
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Pay attention to the resistor pack orientation:
They are marked with a dot at pin 1, all 8 packs must be installed with pin 1 towards the J1 end of the PCB.

Parts List:
MBHP DIN Orderlist (last update: 06-2006)
| Loc.  | Description                        | Qty |
| IC1-4 | 74HC165                            |  4  |
| IC1-4 | IC-Sockets for 74HC165             |  4  |
| RP1-8 | 10k 6 Pin SIL resistor network     |  8  |
| C1-4  | Ceramic Cap 100nF=.1uF "104"       |  4  |
| Jxx-- | 2-row DIL Headers (60 pins)        |  1  |
1.  Alternate loading:
    36 discrete 10k Ohm resistors can be loaded instead of SIL 
    resistor packs, Substitute:
    | RP1-8 | 10k 6 Pin SIL resistor network     |  8  |
    | R1-36 | Resistor 10 kOhm                   |  36 |

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Alternate loading using discrete resistors:

# Location Detail Description                              
Interface to CORE:J9 (if buttons are used) and CORE:J6 (if encoders are used, MIDIbox16E only). DINX4:J1 provides two power pins for 5V/0V, the serial clock, the latch enable and the serial output of the register chain. This port can also be connected with J2 of another DINX module.
Interface to another DINX4 module. DINX4:J2 provides nearly the same pins like J1, just only the serial output of the first IC is replaced by the serial input of the last IC. This port can be connected with J1 of another DINX module.
Digital input lines

Size: 100mm x 45mm
Double sided PCB design.
Plated through holes.
Green LPI solder mask both sides.
Electroless nickle/immersion gold pad plating. (RoHS compliant)
White topside legend silkscreen.
No jumpers.
Electrically tested.
FR4 laminate.

Changes from R4 PCB:
Added pin 1 arrows @ SIL resistor packs
Routed SO from J1 to J2 (so a DIN:DOUT chain is possible)
Flipped J3-J6 pinning so D0=Cable pin 1
Changed to .100 spacing between J3-J6

For complete technical info and instructions see www.midibox.org