Adapter Info

Information and pinouts for the specific adapters

FCCA PSU Adapter

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The FCCA PSU is a dual output power supply with adjustable output voltages between 1v~5v and can deliver a total of 3A. When connected to the FlashcatUSB it automatically detects and outputs the correct voltage. Alternatively the buttons can be used to manually set the output voltage. It has a USB Type-C connector which allows it to use USB power delivery in order to draw 3A at 5v from supported sources. Otherwise it's limited to 2A when using a regular USB to USB Type-C cable. It can also be powered through the 5v input.

Once you press either of the '+' buttons the PSU exits its auto mode for that channel and won't re-enter auto mode until you unplug the PSU. You can either press or hold down the buttons to adjust the output voltage.

When used with the FlashcatUSB I recommend connecting the FlashcatUSB, clip adapter, and PSU together first. Then plugging the USB Type-C cable into the power supply, and then plugging the USB cable into FlashcatUSB. Do the reverse when you're disconnecting everything.

When used on its own (not connected to the FlashcatUSB) the PSU might flutter around before you press a button since the ADC pins will all be floating.

FCCA TSOP56 TYPE B Adapter

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Compatible flash devices are listed on the EmbeddedComputers website. Adapter schematics are available on the parallel adapters page.

The clip adapters have been designed to be used with a 10cm or shorter ribbon cable, you may be able to use a longer one but I don't recommend it. The ribbon cable that typically comes with the UNI clips is 10cm.

When not being used with the FCCA PSU Adapter the clip adapters can receive power by attaching jumper wires from vccfc to vcc and from viofc to vio. When using an external power supply you only need to supply power to the vcc and vio pins.

FCCA TSOP48 NOR X8 Adapter

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Compatible flash devices are listed on the EmbeddedComputers website. Adapter schematics are available on the parallel adapters page.

The clip adapters have been designed to be used with a 10cm or shorter ribbon cable, you may be able to use a longer one but I don't recommend it. The ribbon cable that typically comes with the UNI clips is 10cm.

When not being used with the FCCA PSU Adapter the clip adapters can receive power by attaching jumper wires from vccfc to vcc and from viofc to vio. When using an external power supply you only need to supply power to the vcc and vio pins.

FCCA TSOP56 TYPE A Adapter

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Compatible flash devices are listed on the EmbeddedComputers website. Adapter schematics are available on the parallel adapters page.

The clip adapters have been designed to be used with a 10cm or shorter ribbon cable, you may be able to use a longer one but I don't recommend it. The ribbon cable that typically comes with the UNI clips is 10cm.

When not being used with the FCCA PSU Adapter the clip adapters can receive power by attaching jumper wires from vccfc to vcc and from viofc to vio. When using an external power supply you only need to supply power to the vcc and vio pins.

FCCA TSOP48 NOR X16 Adapter

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Compatible flash devices are listed on the EmbeddedComputers website. Adapter schematics are available on the parallel adapters page.

The clip adapters have been designed to be used with a 10cm or shorter ribbon cable, you may be able to use a longer one but I don't recommend it. The ribbon cable that typically comes with the UNI clips is 10cm.

When not being used with the FCCA PSU Adapter the clip adapters can receive power by attaching jumper wires from vccfc to vcc and from viofc to vio. When using an external power supply you only need to supply power to the vcc and vio pins.

FCCA TSOP48 NAND Adapter

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