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Rev 4
New Rev 4 Board
A newer version (Rev 4) of this circuit board is available. Rev 4 includes a faster CPU, more memory, more I/O and an optional LCD. We recommend you use Rev 4 for new projects. Even though this older board is no longer available, we are keeping these old pages on-line for reference to assist people who purchased or build the older version.

PC Board Artwork

Here is the artwork required to etch the printed circuit board. See below for downloadable ZIP files.

This design and its printed circuit board layout have been placed in the public domain. They are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but are provided without any warranty, not even a warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Credit Where Credit is Due

This board layout was drawn by Forrest Hudson. Forrest created the board from my hand-wired prototype. The design is free and has been placed in the public domain. Forrest has made the board's artwork available for free. You can use this artwork to make your own board, or you can buy a bare pre-fabricated circuit board or kit, if you don't the time or resources to etch your own circuit board.

Solder Side Artwork

Also available on-line as 300 DPI and 600 DPI images.
pcb solder side, 100 dpi

Component Side Artwork

Also available on-line as 300 DPI and 600 DPI images.
pcb component side, 100 dpi

Silk Screen Artwork

Also available on-line as 300 DPI and 600 DPI images.
pcb silk screen, 100 dpi

Downloadable ZIP Files

These ZIP files contain the printed circuit board artwork.


8051 Development System Circuit Board, Paul Stoffregen, Forrest Hudson
http://www.pjrc.com/tech/8051/board2/pcb.html
Last updated: February 24, 2005
Status: finished
Suggestions, comments, criticisms: <paul@pjrc.com>