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looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Tawfeek » 06.07.20, 14:38

i'm looking for pin,ap for this attached pic Monolith SD / SDHC .
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Re: looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Roman_TS » 06.07.20, 18:57

Hello.

Try to check BLUE pins. They should be the same - VCC. "Beep" them with the help of Multimeter.
If they are VCC, then pinout will be like this:
http://www.pc3000flash.com/solbase/mono ... 7&lang=eng

Skip red pins in the left and red on the right. Use only Green area to calculate the target pins.
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Re: looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Tawfeek » 07.07.20, 12:02

Roman_TS wrote:Source of the post Hello.

Try to check BLUE pins. They should be the same - VCC. "Beep" them with the help of Multimeter.
If they are VCC, then pinout will be like this:
http://www.pc3000flash.com/solbase/mono ... 7&lang=eng

Skip red pins in the left and red on the right. Use only Green area to calculate the target pins.


the 2 blue point are not short with Multimeter . should is go for wiring links to the points

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Re: looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Roman_TS » 07.07.20, 12:46

Yes, try to detect the same pair of pins. Probably they will be VCC, so you would be able to shift the target pins to the left or to the right.
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Re: looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Tawfeek » 07.07.20, 13:32

Roman_TS wrote:Source of the post able to shift the target pins to the left or to the right.

could you please explain this

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Re: looking for pinmap for sandisk 64 g Monolith

Postby Roman_TS » 07.07.20, 15:54

Try to find a pair of pins which have the same line (same signal which is beeping with multimeter). Most likely it would be VCC or GND. IF points would be the same, then we would be able to compare them with current pinout.
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