midiphy wirescanner PCB
Manufacturer: antilog devices
Product ID: P-UTL-02
DIY midiphy cable tester. Validate IDC and micromatch 8/10/16 pin cables - with graphical 16x16 LED Matrix connectivity visualization. Needs further parts (see BOM).
Weight: 50 grams
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14.99 €
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Bill of Materials / Placement Guide
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Label
Package
Name
Part Link
C1
SMT 1206
100n
C2
SMT 1206
100n
C3
SMT 1206
100n
C4
SMT 1206
100n
C5
SMT 1206
100n
C6
SMT 1206
100n
C7
SMT 1206
100n
C10
SMT 1206
22n
D1
SMT_SMA
SBR1U150SA-13SMA
IC1
SMT SO16
74HC4017NEX
IC2
SMT SO16
74HC4017NEX
IC3
SMT SO14
74HC132D
IC4
SO18W
TBD62783
IC5
SO18W
TBD62783
IC6
SO18W
62381A
IC7
SO18W
62381A
J1
HDR Shr 16
PINHD-2X8SHROUDED
J1A
HDR Shr 16
PINHD-2X8SHROUDED
J2
HDR Shr 10
10 pins
J2A
HDR Shr 10
10 pins
J3
2x4_pinheader
PINHD-2X44WALL
J3A
2x4_pinheader
PINHD-2X44WALL
J4
FOB16
PINHD-2X8MICRO-16
J4A
FOB16
PINHD-2X8MICRO-16
J5
micro10FOB
PINHD-2X5MICRO
J5A
micro10FOB
PINHD-2X5MICRO
J6
micro8FOB
PINHD-2X4MICRO
J6A
micro8FOB
PINHD-2X4MICRO
MATRIX1
white8x8
LED MTRX 8X8 ROW CATHODE
MATRIX2
white8x8
LED MTRX 8X8 ROW CATHODE
MATRIX3
white8x8
LED MTRX 8X8 ROW CATHODE
MATRIX4
white8x8
LED MTRX 8X8 ROW CATHODE
R1
SMT 1206
47k
R2
SMT 1206
4k7
RN1
SOM16
4k7
RN2
SOM16
4k7
USB1
THT USB B
power only
Required Mouser parts
Can be directly transferred into your mouser cart by copying & pasting the text below into the mouser part list import tool (you may need to log in at mouser before the tool is available):
https://www.mouser.com/tools/part-list-import.aspx
80-C1206C104M5R|7
77-VJ1206Y223JXAAC|1
621-SBR1U150SA-13|1
771-74HC4017D-T|2
595-SN74HC132DR|1
757-TBD62783AFGEL|2
757-TBD62381AFWGEHZ|2
517-N2516-6002RB|2
517-30310-6002|2
538-70246-0802|2
571-1-215079-6|2
571-12150790|2
571-2178710-8|2
652-CR1206-JW-473ELF|1
652-CR1206-JW-472ELF|1
652-4816P-1LF-4.7K|2
538-67068-7041|1
Required midiphy parts
You can manually add these to your cart using the links below. If you are buying a midiphy essential kit, these should be included already. If you are buying plain PCBs, these are necessary to complete your build.
The BOM checker 'bot says:
All parts referenced from the CAD master files have been validated. The BOM should be safe to order!*
* Disclaimer: although we have taken the best care possible, we cannot guarantee 100% accuracy and we cannot be held liable for erroneous orders when using this tool, including (but not limited to) incorrect quantities and/or types of components ordered through midiphy or other suppliers.
Introduction Video
Photo Tutorial
Step 1: 74HC4017

Solder IC1 and IC2 observing polarity.

Make sure you align the marking on the pin with the notch on the silkscreen. An easy method to solder the IC is to solder two legs on one side first, then apply your flux pen and solder first on the other side and then on the side you "tacked". Here's an in-depth description of the technique:

SMT drag soldering tutorial (youtube)


After soldering, check all pins with a loupe/magnifying glass for unwanted bridges and for proper contact to the PCB, also check from the sides, as there might be unwanted "lift" and a pin might not have reached a pad on the PCB. The above tutorial video link explains how to fix errors with desoldering braid, too.
STEP 2: 74HC132D

Solder IC3 observing polarity.

Just as before - make sure the alignment is correct and check with a magnifying glass, that every pin has a good contact to the PCB and that there are no unwanted solder bridges.
STEP 3: TBD62783

Solder IC4 and IC5 observing polarity.

Just as before - make sure the alignment is correct and check with a magnifying glass, that every pin has a good contact to the PCB and that there are no unwanted solder bridges.

Note: some PCBs have a silkscreen error, but the part TBD62783 is always correct here.
STEP 4: 62381A

Solder IC6 and IC7 observing polarity.

Just as before - make sure the alignment is correct and check with a magnifying glass, that every pin has a good contact to the PCB and that there are no unwanted solder bridges.
STEP 5: RESISTOR NETWORKS

Solder RN1 and RN2 observing polarity.

Just as before - make sure the alignment is correct and check with a magnifying glass, that every pin has a good contact to the PCB and that there are no unwanted solder bridges.
STEP 6: SMT DIODE

Solder D1 observing polarity.

Before soldering, make sure you align the line on the diode with the marking on the silkscreen.

This part is easiest soldered by tinning one pad first and then using your SMT pincers to push the SMT part on, while heating that pad. Afterwards solder the other pad. You might want to reflow the first pad you used for pushing on the part with a tiny bit of solder, if the solder point is not shiny :).
STEP 7: SMT Capacitors

Solder C1-C7, C10: these parts have no polarity, but observe different values.

These common SMT parts are easiest soldered by tinning one pad first and then using your SMT pincers to push the SMT part on, while heating that pad. Afterwards solder the other pad. You might want to reflow the first pad you used for pushing on the part with a tiny bit of solder, if the solder point is not shiny :).
STEP 8: SMT Resistors

Solder R1 and R2: these parts have no polarity, but observe different values.

These common SMT parts are easiest soldered by tinning one pad first and then using your SMT pincers to push the SMT part on, while heating that pad. Afterwards solder the other pad. You might want to reflow the first pad you used for pushing on the part with a tiny bit of solder, if the solder point is not shiny :).
STEP 9: LED MATRICES

Solder MATRIX1-4, observing polarity

Take care to align the LED rows and columns as straight as possible. This is most easily done by inserting all four 8x8 matrices and soldering one pin of each, then verifying alignment before proceeding with the other pins.

Align the printed text on the LED matrices (indicating the side with pin 1 on the left) with the marking on the PCB - as shown in the picture. Clip off all remaining THT pins afterwards.
STEP 10: USB POWER PORT

Solder USB1

This port is only used for powering the midiphy wirescanner - make sure you solder the stabilizing pins properly.
STEP 11: Solder IDC and Micromatch connectors

Solder J1(A)-J6(A)

Make sure you align the IDC shrouded header notches with the notches on the PCB silkscreen.
Done! :)

If you have a midiphy wirescanner shell case, you can fasten it with the four supplied screws, but you can also use the wirescanner PCB stand-alone.

Now power via USB and enjoy cable-testing! :)