Ready for XMEGA Manual

Ready for XMEGA Manual

Ready

for XMEGA

®

Best solution for fast and simple development of applications using ATxmega128A1 device.

With special white plastic casing you can quickly turn your Ready for XMEGA project into a final product.

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General Manager

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Package Contains

Key Features

1. Power supply

2. ATxmega128A1 Microcontroller

Key microcontroller features

3. Programming the microcontroller

Programming with mikroBootloader mikroBootloader software

Identifying device COM port step 1 – Choosing COM port step 2 – Establishing connection step 3 – Browsing for .hex file

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Programing with JTAG programmer

Programing with PDI

4. USB-UART

5. Prototyping area

6. Pin headers

7. Reset button

8. Piezo buzzer

9. Integrating with the casing

10. Dimensions

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Introduction

Ready for XMEGA Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of various microcontroller applications.

It comes with

ATxmega128A1

, and contains double-row smart headers for all available microcontroller ports. We have groupped pins according to their functions, so you have everything on the silkscreen.

You don’t even have to browse through the datasheet. Board also contains USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit. Board is specially designed to fit into special white plastic casing so you can turn your XMEGA project into a final product.

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Package Contains

01

Damage resistant protective box

02

Ready for XMEGA board with double row male pin headers

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Copyright ©2011 Mikroelektronika.

All rights reserved. Mikroelektronika, Mikroelektronika logo and other

Mikroelektronika trademarks are the property of Mikroelektronika.

All other tradmarks are the property of their respective owners.

Unauthorised copying, hiring, renting, public performance and broadcasting of this DVD prohibited.

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DVD with documentation and examples

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Ready for XMEGA user’s guide

05

Ready for XMEGA schematic

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USB cable

Key Features

System Specification

power supply

Via AC/DC connector 7-23V AC or 9-32V DC

power consumption

50mA in idle state

(when on-board modules are off)

board dimensions

141 x 84mm (5.55 x 3.3 inch)

weight

~67g (0.15 lbs)

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JTAG connector

Power LED indicator

UART communication LEDs (RX, TX)

Power regulator

FTDI chip

USB UART connector

Power connector

Power screw terminals

Reset button

Double-row pin headers

PDI connection

Prototyping area

ATxmega128A1 microcontroller

Piezo Buzzer

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1. Power supply

Figure 1-1:

AC/DC adapter power supply connected

Figure 1-2: laboratory power supply connected to screw terminals

Figure 1-3:

USB power supply connected

Ready for XMEGA board can be powered in two ways: via USB connection, or using external power sources such as adapters and laboratory power supplies. USB connection can provide up to 500mA of current which is more than enough for every on-board module and for operation of the microcontroller. If you decide to use external power supply, you can choose between AC/DC adapter connector or power screw terminals. Voltage values must be within

7-23V AC

or

9-32V DC

ranges.

Power LED (GREEN)

will indicate the presence of power supply. Use only one of suggested methods for powering the board.

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VREF-1.8V

E6

10uF

R13

22K

R15

120K

R14

12K1

5

4

U5

OUT IN

GND

ADJ EN

AP7331-ADJ

1

2

3

1.8V VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VCC-3.3V

C22

2.2uF

VCC-5V

E4

10uF

C2

100nF

1

3

REG1

GND

Vout

Vin

MC33269DT3.3

2

C1

100nF

VCC-3.3V

E5

10uF

VCC-3.3V

C18

100nF

FP2

FERRITE

AVCC

C19

100nF

VCC-5V

VCC-USB

MBRS140T3

D2

FP1

FERRITE

VCC

1

CN3

2

C10

100nF

3

GND

4

USB B

3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VCC-5V VCC-5V

R56

2K2

POWER

LD1

E2

330uF/6V

L2 220uH

D6

MBRS140T3

C21

220pF

3

4

1

2

U1

SWC

SWE

CT

GND

MC34063A

DRVC

IPK

VIN

CMPR

6

5

8

7

R12

0.22

D4

VCC-5V

VCC-EXT

R10

3K

E1

330uF/35V

+

1N4007

D5

1N4007

R11

1K

D1

1N4007

D3

1N4007

-

5V SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY

Figure 1-4: Power supply schematics

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CN4

CN2

2. ATxmega128A1 microcontroller

Ready for XMEGA development system comes with the

ATxmega128A1

microcontroller. Having lots of MIPS power, flash and RAM, and rich set of inegrated modules, ATxmega128A1 is ideal choice for both beginners and professionals.

Key microcontroller features

- Up to

32 MIPS

Operation;

- 8/16-bit architecture;

- 128KB of Flash memory;

- 8KB of SRAM memory;

- 2048Bytes of EEPROM;

- 78 I/O pins;

- 32kHz RTC;

- 1.6V to 3.6V Operating Voltage (VCC);

- UART, SPI, TWI;

- ADC, DAC, AC; etc.

ADC

DAC

AC

I/O

PORTS

Power/

Control

AES/DES

Support

DMA

Controller

System

Controller

DATA BUS

BOD

Debug/Prog. interface

VREF

OCD

Temp sensor

RTC

AVR

CPU

FLASH

RAM

OSC/CLK

EEPROM

Watchdog Timer

Interrupt Controller

EBI

TIMERS/COUNTERS

DATA BUS

EVENT ROUTING NETW

ORK

UART/SPI/TWI/ COMMUNICA

TION

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3. Programming the microcontroller

Figure 3-1:

ATxmega128A1

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The microcontroller can be programmed in three ways:

01

Via USB-UART mikroBootloader

02

03

Using JTAG external programmer

Using PDI external programmer

Programming with mikroBootloader mikroBootloader software

You can program the microcontroller with bootloader which is preprogrammed into the device by default. To transfer .hex file from a PC to MCU you need bootloader software (

mikroBootloader

USB HID

) which can be downloaded from:

note

Before starting mikroBootloader software, connect Ready for

XMEGA with a PC using USB cable provided with the package

http://www.mikroe.com/eng/downloads/get/1271/ mikrobootloader_xmega_v101.zip

After software is downloaded, unrar it to a desired location, and start mikroBootloader USB HID software.

note

This version of mikroBootloader is specialized for ATxmega128A1 chip.

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Figure 3-2: mikroBootloader window

01

When you start mikroBootloader software, a window shown on

Figure 3-2

should appear.

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Identifying device COM port step 1 – Choosing COM port

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01 02

Figure 3-3: Identifying COM port

01

Open

Device Manager

window and expand

Ports section

to see which COM port is assigned to Ready for XMEGA board (in this case COM34)

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Figure 3-4: Choosing COM port

01

02

03

Click the

”Change Settings”

button.

From the drop down list, select appropriate COM

port

which is used for communication with a PC

Click

OK

.

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step 2 - Establishing Connection note:

Baud rate

is set to 115200bps by default.

step 3 - Browsing for .HEX file

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01

Figure 3-5: Connecting with mikroBootloader

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Press

”Reset”

button on Ready for XMEGA board and click

”Connect”

button within 5s, otherwise existing microcontroller program will execute. If connected, caption on a button will be changed to

”Disconnect”.

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Figure 3-6: Browse for HEX

01

Click the

”Browse for HEX”

button and from a pop-up window (Figure 3.7) choose .HEX file which will be uploaded to MCU memory

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step 4 - Selecting .HEX file step 5 - Uploading .HEX file

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02

Figure 3-7: Locating and Selecting .hex file

01

Select .HEX file using open dialog window.

02 Click the

”Open”

button.

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Figure 3-8: Begin uploading

01

To start .HEX file bootloding click the

”Begin uploading”

button.

step 6 - Progress bar step 7 - Finish upload

01

01

Figure 3-9: Progress bar

01

You can monitor .HEX file uploading via progress bar.

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Figure 3-10: Restarting MCU

01

Click

”OK”

button after uploading is finished.

02

Press

”Reset”

button on Ready for XMEGA board and wait for 5 seconds. Your program will execute automatically.

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Programming with JTAG programmer

Figure 3-11: placing 10 pin header

Figure 3-12: connecting JTAG programmer

Ready for XMEGA board contains

JTAG connector pads

so you can program the board and debug your code using external programer/ debugger. Before connecting the programmer you have to solder the provided

IDC10 2x5 male header

onto the board’s JTAG connector pads. If bootloader program is accidentally erased, you can upload it again via AVR JTAG or PDI programmer. Ready for XMEGA Bootloader

Firmware.hex

can be found under Firmware folder (see page 12).

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Programming with PDI programmer

Figure 3-13: placing 6 pin header

The board is also equipped with

PDI connector pads

, which allow you to program the microcontroller using external serial PDI programmer. Before attaching the programming connector, you have to solder the provided

2x3 male header

to the board’s PDI connector pads.

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Figure 3-14:

Connecting

PDI programmer

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AVCC

PA6

PA7

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PB4/TMS

PB5/TDI

PB6/TCK

PB7/TDO

PD0

R3

27

R4

27

PA6

PA7

GND

AVCC

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PB4

PB5

PB6

PB7

GND

VCC

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

GND

VCC

PD0

5

6

3

4

1

2

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

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16

17

18

R1 27 R2 27

ATxmega128A1

U4

75

74

73

72

71

67

66

65

64

70

69

68

59

58

57

56

55

54

53

52

51

63

62

61

60

PK0

VCC

GND

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

VCC

GND

PH7

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PH0

VCC

GND

PF7

PF6

VCC-3.3V

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C6

100nF

C11

100nF

C12

100nF

C13

100nF

PK0

PH7

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PH0

PF7

PF6

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C14

100nF

C15

100nF

C16

100nF

C17

100nF

PDI

RESET#

Decoupling capacitors

CN8

VCC-3.3V

PDI

VCC-3.3V

CN6

PB6/TCK

PB7/TDO

PB4/TMS

PB5/TDI

JTAG

VCC-3.3V

RESET#

PQ1/TOSC2

PQ0/TOSC1

22pF C4

X2

22pF C3

Figure 3-15: PDI & JTAG programmer connection schematics

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4. USB-UART

Fast on-board

FTDI® chip

allows you to communicate with a PC or other UART devices using USB-UART connection.

USB-B connector (

CN3

) is used for connecting the USB cable. RX

(receive) and TX (transmit) LEDs will indicate communication status.

Before conecting the board with the PC, make sure to have the appropriate

FTDI drivers

installed on your operating system.

Drivers can be found at following URL:

http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm

Figure 4-1:

USB-UART connected

PC2

PC3

J2

J3

VCC-3.3V

RX-MCU

TX-MCU

9

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

U2

TXD

DTR#

RTS#

VCCIO

RXD

RI#

GND

NC

DSR#

DCD#

CTS#

CBUS4

CBUS2

CBUS3

FT232RL

OSCO

OSCI

TEST

AGND

NC

CBUS0

CBUS1

GND

VCC

RESET#

GND

3V3OUT

USBDM

USBDP

FT232RL

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

C8

100nF

RX-LED

TX-LED

VCC-FTDI

VCC-5V

R57

2K2

RX

LD2

VCC-5V

Figure 4-2:

R58

2K2

TX

LD3

VCC-5V

D2

MBRS140T3

USB-UART schematics

VCC-USB

FP1

FERRITE

C10

100nF

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VCC 1

CN3

USBDM

USBDP

D2

D+ 3

GND 4

USB B

VCC-FTDI VCC-3.3V VCC-FTDI

C5

100nF

C9

100nF

E3

10uF

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5. Prototyping area

Figure 5-1:

Proto area usage

DATA BUS

Figure 5-2: schematics of three LEDs connected to microcontroller pins as shown in Figure 5-1

GREEN RED

LD1

R1

LD2

R2

YELLOW

LD3

R3

Proto area

allows you to expand your Ready for XMEGA board with additional functionalities. That can be done by placing your additional components on available prototyping area. Pads are arranged in standard

100mils distance form factor. There are 20 connected lines on both halves of the breadboard area, and each line consists of 5 soldering pads, which are on the same voltage level (connected to each other) .

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6. Pin headers

PB0 PB1 PB2 PB3

PB5/TDI PB6/TC

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C6

100nF

C11

100nF

C12

100nF

C13

100nF

Decoupling capacitors

VCC-5V

VCC-3.3V

VCC-3.3V

VCC-5V

PB0 PB1 PB2 PB3 PB4/TM PB5/TDI PB6/TCK PB7/TDO

VCC-5V VCC-5V

PE4

PE3

PE2

PE1

PE0

PD7

PD6

PD5

PD4

PD3

PD2

PD1

PD0

PC7

PC6

PC5

PC4

PC3

PC2

PC1

PC0

PF3

PF2

PF1

PF0

PE7

PE6

PE5

PE4

PE3

PE2

PE1

PE0

PD7

PD6

PD5

PD4

PD3

PD2

PD1

PD0

PC7

PC6

PC5

PC4

PC3

PC2

PC1

PC0

PF3

PF2

PF1

PF0

PE7

PE6

PE5

2x30 header

AVCC

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

PD0

PA6

PA7

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PB4/TMS

PB5/TDI

PB6/TCK

PB7/TDO

R3

27

R4

27

PA6

PA7

GND

AVCC

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PB4

PB5

PB6

PB7

GND

VCC

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

GND

VCC

PD0

5

6

3

4

1

2

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

15

16

17

18

Figure 6-1:

Connection schematics of pin headers

R1 27 R2 27

ATXmega128A1

2x26 header

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C14

100nF

C15

100nF

C16

100nF

C17

100nF

Decoupling capacitors

Figure 6-2:

Pin headers

U4

75

74

73

72

71

67

66

65

64

70

69

68

56

55

54

53

59

58

57

52

51

63

62

61

60

PK0

VCC

GND

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

VCC

GND

PH7

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PH0

VCC

GND

PF7

PF6

VCC-3.3V

VCC-3.3V

VCC-3.3V

PK0

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

PH7

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PH0

PF7

PF6

PK0

PK1

PK2

PK3

PK4

PK5

PK6

PK7

PR0

PR1

PQ2

PQ3

PA6

PA7

PJ0

PJ1

PJ2

PJ3

PJ4

PJ5

PJ6

PJ7

PA1

PA2

PA3

PA4

PA5

2x30 header

PK0

PK1

PK2

PK3

PK4

PK5

PK6

PK7

PR0

PR1

PQ2

PQ3

PA6

PA7

PJ0

PJ1

PJ2

PJ3

PJ4

PJ5

PJ6

PJ7

PA1

PA2

PA3

PA4

PA5

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PQ1/TOSC2

PQ0/TOSC1

22pF C4

X2

22pF C3

Each microcontroller pin is available for futher connections through on-board connection headers.

Each line is available in two header pins. Pins are groupped according to their functions, which makes development and connections much easier. Everything is printed on the silkscreen, so you won’t even have to open the microcontroller datasheet while developing. Before using the pins, you have to solder the provided

2x30 and

2x26 male headers

onto the board’s pads.

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7. Reset button

VCC-3.3V

R8

10K

T1

RESET

C7

100nF

R9

100

AVCC

C3 22pF

X2

C4 22pF

PQ1/TOSC2

PQ0/TOSC1

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C6

100nF

C11

100nF

C12

100nF

C13

100nF

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C14

100nF

C15

100nF

C16

100nF

C17

100nF

Decoupling capacitors

PB4

PB5

PB6

PB7

GND

VCC

PA6

PA7

GND

AVCC

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

GND

VCC

PD0

6

7

4

5

8

9

1

2

3

16

17

18

19

20

10

11

12

13

14

15

21

22

23

24

25

ATXmega128A1

Figure 7-1:

Reset button connection schematics

VCC-3.3V

U4

60

59

58

57

56

55

54

53

52

51

66

65

64

63

62

61

72

71

70

69

68

67

75

74

73

PH0

VCC

GND

PF7

PF6

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PK0

VCC

GND

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

VCC

GND

PH7

Ready for XMEGA board has a specialized reset circuit with high-quality reset button, which can be used to reset the program execution of the microcontroller. If you want to reset the circuit, press on-board

RESET button. It will generate low voltage level on microcontroller reset pin (input). In addition, a reset can be externally provided through

RST pin

on 2x26 header (

Figure 6-1

).

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8. Piezo buzzer

On-board piezo buzzer is a very useful module which can be used in debuging your code, or to have audio signalization feature when board is integrated as a final product. Piezo buzzer’s resonant frequency is 3.8kHz. In addition, other frequencies in the range between 20Hz and 20.000Hz can be used, but the best performance is provided by frequencies ranging between 2kHz and 4kHz.

VCC-5V

TOP

VIEW

AVCC VCC-3.3V

R29

1K

PZ1

PERSPECTIVE

VIEW

Figure 8-1:

Piezo buzzer

Q12

BC846

C3 22pF

X2

R27

10K

PQ2

PQ1/TOSC2

PQ0/TOSC1

C4 22pF

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C6

100nF

C11

100nF

C12

100nF

C13

100nF

Figure 8-2:

Piezo buzzer connection schematics

VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V VCC-3.3V

C14

100nF

C15

100nF

C16

100nF

C17

100nF

Decoupling capacitors

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PA6

PA7

GND

AVCC

PB0

PB1

PB2

PB3

PB4

PB5

PB6

PB7

GND

VCC

PC0

PC1

PC2

PC3

PC4

PC5

PC6

PC7

GND

VCC

PD0

5

6

3

4

1

2

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

15

16

17

18

ATXmega128A1

U4

75

74

73

72

71

67

66

65

64

70

69

68

56

55

54

53

59

58

57

52

51

63

62

61

60

PK0

VCC

GND

PJ7

PJ6

PJ5

PJ4

PJ3

PJ2

PJ1

PJ0

VCC

GND

PH7

PH6

PH5

PH4

PH3

PH2

PH1

PH0

VCC

GND

PF7

PF6

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9. Integrating with the casing

Figure 9-1:

Place the board into the bottom part of the casing. Make sure to align the connectors with the square openenings

Figure 9-2:

Wind screws into inner screw holes to mount the board to the bottom casing plastic

Figure 9-2:

Place cover casing plastic and wind screws into outter screw holes for connecting it with bottom plastics

Ready for XMEGA can easily be integrated into the specialized white plastic casing. This feature is very convenient for turning the board into a final product. The white plastic casing contains inner and outter screw holes. Inner are used for attaching the board to the casing and outter are used for connecting the top part of the casing, and enclosing the board. Casing comes with holes for USB and power adapter connector, but you can customize it by driling and cutting holes in specific areas, depending on the target application.

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10. Dimensions

(100 mils)

2.54 mm

(510 mils)

12.59 mm

(360 mils)

9.14 mm

(1839 mils)

46.7 mm

(1268 mils)

32.2 mm

(220 mils)

5.59 mm

(975 mils)

24.76 mm

(4882 mils)

124 mm

(5551 mils)

141 mm

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